|Item Weight||18 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.3 x 14.1 x 5.1 inches|
|Item model number||JNC660|
|Manufacturer Part Number||JNC660|
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Jump-N-Carry JNC660 1700 Peak Amp 12-Volt Jump Starter
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Power to Help You Overcome the Dilemma of A Dead Battery
This portable, handheld jump starter will get it done for you, just as it does daily for thousands of professionals. Its 46" cable reach is ideal to reach the starting points of most vehicles and it boasts unrivaled power and durability.
The JNC660 delivers 1700 peak amps and 425 cranking amps of starting power and weighs just 18 lbs. Perfect for a variety of professional starting environments, including automotive service, fleet service, auto dealerships, auto auctions, marinas, implement dealerships, and more.
It's All About the Battery
The JNC660 and JNC660C feature our JNC105 Clore PROFORMER battery, specifically designed for vehicle jump starting. Extreme starting power, extended cranking duration and incredible durability are just a few benefits of our PROFORMER battery.
Built-in Automatic Recharging
Both models feature automatic recharging using a built-in charger – just connect any extension cord. Charging status LEDs let you know when full charge has been reached. Both models can remain connected to AC power indefinitely without adverse affect.
Long Reach, Heavy-Duty Cables
All components in a JNC are designed to support the delivery of extreme starting power, including the power path components. 46" long, heavy-gauge cables efficiently transfer the unit's power to the vehicle, while heavy-duty clamps penetrate battery corrosion.
What Model is Right for Me?
Choosing the Right Jump Starter
Many customers ask which model is right for their specific situation. We compiled the infographic to the left to try to address that very question.
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Simply click on the image to the left and expand it in a new window to help determine what's right for you.
From Occassional Use to HD Starting
The infographic spans the gamut from our smallest professional handheld jump starter to a 300+ lb. beast (FMB1224), and everything in between.
What's the Difference Between the JNC660 and JNC660C?
- The JNC660C features an optimized charging system designed to reduce power consumption when recharging the unit and when in standby mode. This reduction of energy consumption is currently required by the states of California and Oregon.
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This is not a "multi-purpose" unit that you will find at the local big box store. It's not an air compressor, radio, flashlight, food processor and battery jumper. It's only a battery jumper, although it does have a "cigarette-lighter" style socket to power other items if needed.
This is a great product, but consider this before you buy it: This model may not be for everyone. This is a professional grade item and is not intended to be used by people unfamiliar with proper battery jumping procedures. Here's why I say this:
1. Some battery jumping devices have a feature that will alert you if you hook the jumper cables up incorrectly. This unit has no such feature.
2. Some have safety switches that remove power to the cables while you are hooking them up. This unit has no such switch.
3. Some battery jumpers have sophisticated chargers that won't allow you to overcharge the battery. Not this one. When you plug it in to recharge it, you can't just walk away for 2 days and let it charge. You have to monitor it during the recharging process.
4. Some battery jumpers have a set of generic lights to tell you the current state of charge of the booster box. Not this one. It has a voltmeter on the front and you need to know how to read it.
Now, none of these items is THAT big of a deal, but I thought it was worth mentioning. If you aren't familiar with how to properly jump-start a car, you may be better off with another model with more "dummy-proof" features.Read more ›
The reviews were about equal on both so I decided to get the JNC660
Well, I just received the JNC660 today and it is defective right out of the box.
I plugged it in to charge and the amber led that is suppose to be lit does not indicate it is charging. The Green LED does not show it is fully charged either.
I verified my power cord has power from the outlet; even switched to another cord.
Disappointed; I guess companies no longer have QC on their products.
UPDATE: Feb 04, 2014
After realizing that Amazon will not accept returns on this item, I contacted Clore Automotive tech support and explained that I had received a defective jump pack. I reviewed with them the various items I had checked to confirm that it was indeed defective.
After they confirmed that I had purchased it via Amazon, they shipped a new JNC660 to me along with a prepaid UPS label to return to them the defective unit. I had the replacement unit in 5 days after contacting them. The replacement unit works great.
Clore Automotive gets 5 stars from me for making this disappointing defective unit right.
Unlike so many other jumpers out there. There are no light/radio/air pump....just battery and cigarette lighter power outlet. The clamps and cables are strong, not flimsy compared to other reviews of other jumpers. My complaint is where to place the unit when in use. The jumper cable isn't long enough for the unit to sit on the ground. It would have been convenient if the cable was longer or it came with some kind of hook to hook up to the side of the van. It is heavy....about 22lbs. It is tall and somewhat thin, so the unit cannot be placed sitting on its bottom somewhere on the engine while connected, keep its balance, you leaving it unattended in order to get in the car to start it up. It would have to be laid down on its back. A little tricky for one person. Better to have extra hands if possible.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this jumper often, really thinking about buying another so I can leave one in each car.Published 1 day ago by dustin
Full time mechanic ,very good unit .use daily. Last for years only draw back is cables rubbed coating splits at bends .Published 1 day ago by connor
This thing is amazing! I used it to jump my truck that has been sitting for months and didn't even have a battery. Just hooked it to the cables and it started right up.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
What can't this thing start? We've only re-charged it once. Really friggin incredible.Published 2 days ago by Not paid to write this
Works exactly as advertised. I plug it in every month to keep it ready to go. However, I jump started my neighbors car a total three times in the same month without plugging it... Read morePublished 2 days ago by K. Sconza