|Item Weight||10.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 12.5 x 9.8 inches|
|Item model number||RPAT715|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RPAT715|
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RoadPro RPAT715 1RoadPro RPAT715 12V Rechargeable Jumpstarter Emergency System with Air Compressor and Power Inverter
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- Emergency jumpstart with 375 cold cranking Amps
- 200W inverter output
- 260PSI air compressor with accessories
- Built-in DC to AC power inverter with single-grounded AC outlet
- Built-in work light, pressure reading gauge and voltmeter
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The unit feels sturdy otherwise and the overall features are nice so I took a chance and sent it back for another one. It works like it's suppose to. Just have to be aware that this is not a "mechanic grade" unit. It should be fine for most of us casual users. Adding comment on compressor...it takes quite a while to get up to psi. Maybe 2 minutes to get from 38psi to 50psi. Really seems to be working hard during this time./ july 2011 been using this unit for a year now and compressor does not work anymore. Never really had enough power to do a car tire,just good for bike and sport balls. The jump capabilities is what i bought it for and works well except if the battery is completely dead. Might try a more professional unit.
Okay, so I've had this unit for a couple of years now and I've finally had a real problem with it. It seems the switch for the compressor isn't designed to withstand the heat generated by the current flowing through it to run the compressor. I'd never used the unit to inflate a completely flat large truck tire and after about 20 minutes of continuous running, the compressor began stopping and starting randomly. When I felt the switch it was hot and completely "loose" and didn't seem to be positively controlling the compressor any more. I kept it going and after some more time the switch gave out altogether, rendering the compressor inoperable.
Now, this isn't recommended for everyone, but I ended up prying the panel off the front (with all the switches, gauges, and lights on it), and was able to "jump" the switch with a screwdriver to finish the job. The compressor never gave out, but the screwdriver got pretty hot. I now have a partially destroyed unit (the panel doesn't simply pop out and in - I had to pretty much rip it off). In an emergency, it still has value, but clearly the switch was not rated for the current the compressor draws.
Otherwise, it still works for me and the battery still lasts a remarkably long time, even with heavy use. I would still recommend this product, but I would advise anyone using it to avoid using the compressor for more than 5 minutes at a time without a 15 minute "cool down" period so you don't burn up the switch.
~~ Original Review (May 2011) ~~
I was surprised at the other reviews on this product. I might have a different version because mine is red instead of yellow, but otherwise it's exactly the same.Read more ›
The first one had to be replaced due to the voltmeter would not work. The replacement seemed to function, however, on jump starting, it had trouble starting my truck or boat by itself, but not really what I bought it for. Might work on a small car.
Regarding the battery, it will not hold a charge. The instructions say not to leave the unit plugged in after charging it. Within 2-3 days of leaving it unplugged, the battery is virtually dead with the voltmeter reading well below 12v if not 0. The compressor works good and the 400w inverter works but again the battery does not last long. To get the best performance, before plugging in any 115v accessory into the inverter, I found you have to let it warm up for 2 min. first. I would not buy another one. I'm looking at a replacement battery for my old Power Station jumper which I've have for many years and only last month showed signs of battery failure.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought mine about 10 years ago -- it was red with less gauges. Red Rpat- 774. It over heated recently. It held a charge well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jo-Ann
Power supply was dead right out of the box. They won't take it back without the original packaging. I'm headed to Radio Shack.Published 7 months ago by Daniel L.
Looked pretty good initially. Air pump seized after using it a few times. I would buy a stand alone pump instead.Published 10 months ago by Robert M.
It's been a month and several emails, but no merchandise and no response to my last inquiry. I have disputed the charge on my credit card and will find another source for the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by John Ruhl