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Schumacher PS-120A Mity-Mite Jump Starter Charger

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  • Easy to read LEDs indicate charge and battery status
  • 200-amp sure grip clamps ensures a good connection to the battery
  • Charger comes with 12 amp-hour battery and weighs 14-lbs
  • Integrated storage mounts keep clamps safe
  • Simply hook red and black clamps to the terminals of the dead battery to start the car
  • This product cannot be shipped to Oregon or California
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Technical Details
BrandSchumacher
Item Weight14 pounds
Product Dimensions8.8 x 11.1 x 10.8 inches
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Item model numberPS-120A
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Manufacturer Part NumberPS120A
  
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ASINB00030BFJW
Best Sellers Rank #615,701 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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This jump start charger comes with a 12 amp-hour internal battery, is compact, and weighs 14-lbs. Though small in size it is capable in performing most operations and has an easy to read LEDs charge status: red indicating low charge, yellow indicating medium charge, and green indicating full charge. Integrated storage mounts keep the clamps safe.

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The size of the Schumacher PS-120A Mity-Mite power source unit has nothing to do with its capabilities. With its 12 ampere hour battery, this unit packs some power, making sure you'll never be stranded by a dead battery again. Forget about flagging down a stranger for help or fumbling with unruly jumper cables, the PS-120A is a rugged jumpstarter that will charge your battery and get you back on the road. Compact, lightweight, and easily transportable, it gives you portable power anywhere. Plus, it still retains most of the same features as its larger brothers.



The PS-120A gives you portable power anywhere.
Compact and Portable
A little bigger than a lunchbox, the Mity-Mite consists of a compact 12-volt battery with attached jumper cables encased in a rugged portable plastic shell. It fits in your trunk, or in the back of your cab, and it even takes up little space in the garage.

Easy to Use
To revive a car with a dead battery, simply connect the Mity-Mite's two cables to the battery terminals of the stranded car and turn the key. After providing a jump (or every few months, if stored), the unit should be recharged by plugging it into a wall outlet with the included cord.

Features
The display is comprised of easy-to-read battery status LEDs, which tells you when internal battery is at full power, 75 percent charged, or at 50 percent or less. A simple push of the button instantly turns on the display. The sure-grip, copper jaw, 200 amp, plastic clamps are designed for connecting to top and side post batteries. The #8 gauge, 18-inch cable stays flexible in the coldest temperatures. The LED indicator indicate whether the unit is in charging or charged mode to help easily monitor the status of the internal battery. Storage mounts on the back of unit keep the clamps in place for safety when not in use.

Warranty
Every Schumacher power source comes with a one-year limited warranty (90 days on battery).


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Customer Reviews

I haven't decided if I'll buy it again.
Anne D.
Pressing the test button while plugged in shows that the battery is fully charged, but it's completely dead.
Hey Hey Trojan
Cons: The negative jumper cable terminal "flew" off and broke after one use.
C. Solutions

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76 of 80 people found the following review helpful By gadget lover on January 23, 2006
Want to feel like a superhero? Keep one of these devices in your trunk. The next time you see someone stranded at the trailhead or in the mall parking lot with a dead battery, waiting for dad or hubby or AAA, you'll make their day. Pop the hood, connect the cables, crank the key, unhook the cables, and they're on their way. The whole thing takes less than a minute. If you're the dad or hubby who's always running out to the rescue, this handy piece of equipment will make your job a lot easier. And if you're the one who's found himself stranded, here's a simple, self-sufficient solution to keep it from ever happening again.

The local auto parts places often advertise similar no-name units for lower prices. They're usually bright yellow. I've owned a couple, and have had mixed results. The power switch broke on one the first time I used it, and the battery wouldn't hold a charge either. What's more frustrating than pulling out a portable jump-starter to rescue someone with a dead battery and discovering that the jump-starter also has a dead battery? The other "no-name" model I bought is still working well, but a 50% success rate isn't anything to brag about. You can look at the reviews for similar units sold here on the site and see what I mean.

I grabbed this model because Schumacher is a well-established brand much less likely to sell no-name poorly-made junk. It seems well-built, is very compact, and hasn't given me any problems yet.

I'm surprised more small businesses don't own these. If I owned a bar, restaurant, or retail store, I'd keep one of these charged and ready behind the counter -- think of the goodwill they could generate.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By B. Rusk on December 9, 2006
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This device has saved my old car from a non-start once, and given me peace of mind continuously since I purchased it.

One note: the green "charged" light never goes on the first time it is charged, but will after it's been charged, used at least once, and charged again. It seems to need to "learn" what the full charge is before it can register properly.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Daryl Hawken on July 12, 2006
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Seems ok at first, charged fine as advertised. Used it 3 times in the first day i had it charged (lucky timing!) and the negative terminal connector flew apart each time. Had to reassemble each time and it still is shakey. Very frustrating in that attaching to anything of any size causes it to self-destruct. Now I've taken to just holding it on to something a la a defribulator and hoping for the best. Would not buy again.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By W. Garrett on June 28, 2006
Did a good job, but initial charging took a while. Instructions said to charge it over night but it never switched from "charging" to "charged". After 24 hours, I gave up and used it anyway, no problem. Cables are a bit short (1 ft long) but I had no trouble connecting them to the battery and car. Car started just fine. A couple things to note, although other jump starters may be the same: Instructions say the cables contain lead, so don't lick your fingers after using it. Instructions also say you can extend it's life by recharging it every three months (a bit inconvenient to do/remember considering I probably won't use it for another three years). Over all it did good and I recommend it to others. Good price too.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By jib on September 29, 2006
i wouldn't recommend this product. The positive terminal clamp broke in half the first time i used it... I, as I was stranded, rigged up a method to make contact with the terminal w/ the remaining half of the clamp. Then the charger (which was charged fully the previous night) didn't provide enough power to actually turn the engine over. I will be returning to the store tonight, returning this item, and purchasing a different charger.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bernard Chavers on January 8, 2007
PROS: Inexpensive, compact and thoughtfully designed.

CONS: No DC adapter, although there is a hole for an ad-on connector. no power cord and you need an extension cord to to fit in the recessed A/C port.

RECOMMEND: Yes!

PAID: $19.00 ON Summer closeout

COMMENTS: I bought this to jump start my 1 ton Dodge RV after Winter storage. I've jumpped my 1997 GMC Suburban and various other cars/trucks and it performed flawlessly and I live in an area where sub-zero temps are the norm during Fall and Winter.

It is not a flashlight, warning light, battery charger, air compressor or DC converter! But IT IS a decent jump starter at an affordable price!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By R. Bondy on February 15, 2007
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I have had 2 faulty units right out of the box. The first would not hold a charge for more than a couple of days and that did not improve after cycling the battery a number of times. I returned it for a replacement and that 2nd unit never indicated a full charge - even after being on charge for several days. I am moving on to another brand.

Don't waste your time and money on these poor quality items.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Solutions on June 11, 2007
I own this little jumper and I am not very happy with it.

Pros: You need to start your car... buy an orange extension outside extension cable, plug it in and charge it and it is ready to go.

Cons: The negative jumper cable terminal "flew" off and broke after one use. I had it in my trunk and cannot find the darn little piece. As a result, I have a non-usable charger. The manufacture made such a stupid little piece and I cannot use this tool for what it intended for.

As a result, I had to flag down another motorist and "Ask for a Jump". I will call the manufacturer to see if they can send me another lead.

I will keep everyone updated on my service from the company.
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