|Item Weight||4.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 17 x 9.2 inches|
|Item model number||EJ212|
|Manufacturer Part Number||EJ212|
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Black Bull EJ212 12 Volt Fully Automatic Electric Car Jack
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- Compact size stores in car for emergencies
- 2,000 lb. capacity, 5 to 14 inch lifting height
- Push button controller with 12 foot cord, plugs into car 12 volt dc power outlet
- Packaged in plastic storage case for easy transport and storage
- Lightweight design; case and jack weighs only 11 pounds
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An unsafe product in my experience, and a real shame because for a dollar or two more in manufacturing the product could be made reliable and useful. I wouldn't use this device on a bet due to the pot-metal used to make the four-way cradle that is intended to support 2,200 lbs?!
Anyways, I bought it and it has sit in my garage for two years until recently and I'm wondering why it took me so long to use it? I jacked up my wife's Lexus and a friend's miata with no problem.
The guy that had an issue with the pad at the top of the jack, you have to either evenly load the weight on the pad or if you're using the slot, make sure the weight is slotted correctly, otherwise you'll have no problem. When I say "slotted" correctly, you have to make sure the frame where it drops in isn't bent and it goes in perpendicular to the floor and parallel to the slot. Sounds like "user error" to me. I do, however, agree that perhaps it should be made of a more durable material.
My next test is to have the jack lift my Chevy 2500 Duramax truck. I might have to put it on pavers. Before I do that I'll check the weight limit on this jack.
Update 12/2: I guess it won't lift my truck as it has a capacity of 2k lbs. Truck is too high anyways, but it's no problem with any of my other cars.
It worked well and saved me an awful lot of twisting. It seems to labor to jack up just one corner of my jeep.
like another reviewer experienced, the top jack pad is not very substantial. it's a metal paint over hard plastic!! mine has been showing signs of wear for a while and finally shattered (spectacularly, I might add) while starting to lower the vehicle. once it shattered the jack shifted and went crooked. thankfully, the vehicle was on jack stands and didn't fall.
Will I buy another? I like the electric aspect, but I'm shopping for a better design.
I used it a total of four times and during these four times as many other reviewers, l was delighted. After all, what is required of this thing anyway? Made to lift and return, period. The fifth time it was used to jack a Prius, no less, the motor continued running yet not raising the car any longer. It would NOT lower either. It would just idly run and smoke...yes, smoke. My battery was getting hot, no use continuing so l had to get my manual jack to release this clunker. When it was out, the side of the gearbox assembly had basically blown out. The wall was pushed out by gears slipped off their axle. After checking them l realized they are made of crap iron, extremely brittle. The only thing keeping the car up was the worm gear and the axle ran by it was bending as in ready to release. I was lucky the car didn't drop while changing from one jack to another...in this situation l saw no other alternative getting the car down.
Okay so maybe you figure yours will be just fine, meaning you are willing to gamble, well, let me just say that because of ultra cheap materials used here, at the very least the car could have been seriously damaged. I very seldom feel the need to criticize, but this seemingly useful and convenient tool is dangerous, especially after working well a few times, it inspires trust.
I hope l helped some here and have not wasted my time. This jack was for my wife's use in case of an emergency. This sorry jack could have been the need for an emergency.
IN SPITE OF IT ALL and believe it or not l bought a second one over a year later...because "in spite of it all" it is extremely convenient to use.Read more ›
One day i was putting it back in my trunk when it fell and the motor broke off, then i saw that even the gears were made of plastic.I would not recommend this jack to anyone.
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