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1 Ton Electric Scissor 12v Auto Car Jack Lift - 2200lb

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  • Powerful 2200-lb capacity scissor jack powered from your vehicle
  • Sturdy all-steel construction with corrosion-resistant powder-coat finish
  • 12-volt cigarette lighter adapter with 12' cord to reach all corners of your car or truck
  • Remote control with built-in LED flashlight; raise and lower vehicle from a safe distance
  • Includes rugged storage & carry case for compact and organized stowing
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandGeneric
Item Weight11.4 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 9.2 x 4.9 inches
Manufacturer Part Numberproline
  
Additional Information
ASINB000P0RP0I
Best Sellers Rank #270,264 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMarch 30, 2007
  
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Product Description

Simple and easy to operate; great for anyone with physical limitations that make use of a manual jack difficult. Built-in circuit breaker protects your vehicles wiring from over-load, includes extra fuses. Heavy-duty, permanently-lubricated DC motor, Rotating pawl with protective pads for best fit on your frame or axle. Maximum lift height 13-1/4", reaches full height in less than 45 seconds.

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Customer Reviews

1.7 out of 5 stars
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See all 7 customer reviews
Those plastic legs even fooled me.
D. Schultz
When it was time for me to leave, one of my car's rear wheels got stuck in the snow.
Robert Lojac
Finaly died after sitting in the back of my car for less than a year.
Sam Rattanavi

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Robert Lojac on February 15, 2010
I have used this jack many times while working on my car in the garage. I bought it because it is advertized as - all steel construction. I pulled off to the side of the road (2 days ago) to help someone out who was stuck in the snow. When it was time for me to leave, one of my car's rear wheels got stuck in the snow. I used this jack to raise my rear wheel. While the car was rising, I hear two snaps and the car start to sway over. The plastic legs broke off - that's right plastic - they are painted to disguise themselves as steel. Even the brass looking feet on the legs are plastic that have been electroplated to look like brass. Then upon further investigation, I discovered that the entire base is plastic - see those big side revits in the picture penetrating the base - the entire base, legs and all are plastic. Don't buy this jack if you intend to use it on a non- concrete floor. This is false advertising and Amazon may have to share in the responsibility.
PS - the gear box cover is plastic and the top support that contacts your car is also plastic. Plus there is no indication of where it was made - at least China will put its name on what they make.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Sam Rattanavi on October 18, 2010
Don't buy this jack. Not reliable. Will work sometimes but not always. Finaly died after sitting in the back of my car for less than a year. Only used a few times. Cheap plastic parts and gears. Cigarette plug doesn't even fit well and pops out all the time. Control switch is iffy and hard to press. Its a joke and it's not cheap either so don't waste your money.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D. Schultz on December 30, 2011
Read these reviews people. Those plastic legs even fooled me. They broke without warning and only good luck kept the car from falling on me. And who are you going to sue if you or someone you know is hurt from this thing? The China man who made it?

I use it to save the money on the yearly snow tire change over on my smaller economy car. I had the rear jacked up and the one rear tire just finger tight with only one lug nut when without warning, those metal lookalike, plastic legs broke with a bang and the car fell sideways. That one finger tight lug nut kept the car up long enough for me to get the factory jack out from the trunk and lift the car. When I did, the whole plastic leg assembly just fell apart on the floor. If that tire wouldn't have been on there, the car could have fallen to the ground.

Stay away from this thing. It should be banned. And if you did buy it, STOP using it now. Someones life is not worth the few dollars you save on this dangerous cheap item. Amazon, you need to look into this now!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chowchow on September 10, 2013
On August 31, 2013, I used this product once successfully, I put it away overnight and I went to use the jack again the very next day and discovered the jack wouldn't elevate. After trying for nearly half an hour to get the jack to elevate or simply to do something, the jack finally started elevating and it abruptly stopped elevating without warning. I pressed and held the down arrow and the jack wouldn't go down (reverse) and either would it go up after repeatedly pressing up arrow. The plastic gears inside the motor housing just turned and grinded. Finally I took the small plastic manual crank and inserted it into the plastic gears trying to lower the jack and that didn't work either. This jack is a very dangerous and poorly designed piece of equipment and using it potentially will result in serious bodily injury or someone's death due to a heavy object ( vehicle) falling onto someone.
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