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Cobra CJIC 350 500 Amp Portable Jump-Start/Air Compressor with A/C and D/C Power Outlets

2.4 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews

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  • Need maximum power? The CJIC 350 Jumpstart/Powerpack jump starts most vehicle batteries including V8 engines with its 1800 W starting capacity and power ups refridgerators and space heaters with its 400W AC power output, plus mobile portable devices with
  • 400 watt power inverter for 120 volt A/C power
  • Heavy duty, high current cables
  • Battery check LED status display
  • Red indicator light while charging
  • item is Hazmat and non-returnable
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Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Cobra
Item Weight 2.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 6.2 x 12.7 x 14 inches
Item model number CJIC 350
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Manufacturer Part Number CJIC350

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Customer Reviews
2.4 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews

2.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #456,300 in Automotive (See top 100)
#487 in Automotive > Tools & Equipment > Jump Starters, Battery Chargers & Portable Power > Jump Starters
#2,977 in Automotive > Replacement Parts > Batteries & Accessories
Shipping Weight 19.6 pounds
Date First Available September 14, 2004

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Product Description

The Cobra CJIC 350 Jumpstarter/PowerPack is a portable all-in-one solution for dead batteries, power outages, and charging on the go. Compact and easy to use, this power station ensures you always have the charge you need to keep your car and electrical devices up and running. More than just a jump starter for dead car batteries, the CJIC 350 features an AC outlet to power household appliances, a DC power outlet to charge mobile accessories, a USB port for charging cell phones and electronic devices, and an air compressor for inflating tires, air mattresses, and sporting equipment. Ideal for emergencies, outdoor trips, and blackouts, the Cobra CJIC 350 delivers versatile, portable power.

At a Glance
CJIC 350 Jumpstarter/PowerPack
At a Glance:
  • Compact, portable design is ideal for powering and charging on the go

  • Heavy-duty cables supplying 900 peak amps will jump-start most cars

  • AC, DC, and USB outlets power virtually any appliance or mobile device

  • 260-psi air compressor inflates flat tires with ease

  • Backed by a limited one-year warranty
At a Glance
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A compact all-in-one solution for dead batteries, inflation, and power on the go. View larger.
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Charge electrical devices and fill flat tires with ease.
An Essential Tool for Your Car
With its compact design, the CJIC 350 Jumpstarter/PowerPack fits easily in your car's trunk and ensures that you'll never be stranded with a dead battery. Operating at 900 peak amps of power and using heavy-duty cables, the CJIC 350 will instantly jump-start most vehicle batteries, including V8 engines.

In the event of a flat tire, a 260-psi air compressor provides easy, quick inflation. The air compressor is also handy for inflating air mattresses, sports equipment, and inner tubes--making it ideal for camping trips and other outdoor adventures. If you're stuck in the dark, a bright LED light located on the front of the CJIC 350 will illuminate your work area or act as an emergency light.

Portable Power for Appliances and Mobile Devices
The CJIC 350 features multiple charging outputs for appliances and devices of all sizes. A multipurpose 400-watt AC outlet gives you the ability to power anything from a refrigerator during a blackout to a boom box at a cookout in the park. In addition, any portable electronic device with a car adapter can be charged using the 12-volt DC socket.

Cell phones, iPods, and PDAs are supported as well, thanks to a useful 5-volt USB output. Whether used as a power source on camping trips or stored away for emergencies, the CJIC 350 is an invaluable, versatile resource.

Safe and Easy to Use
Charging the CJIC 350's maintenance-free, high-efficiency battery is as simple as plugging the unit into a standard AC wall outlet. A colored battery status LED lets you know when the charge is complete (charging may take up to 23 hours if the CJIC 350's battery is dead).

For added safety measures, the CJIC 350 features a jump-starter safety switch, which ensures that power is safely transferred to the jumper cables. The CJIC 350 also includes a reverse polarity indicator to alert you if the battery is not properly connected.

The Cobra CJIC 350 Jumpstarter/PowerPack is backed by a limited one-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Cobra CJIC 350 Jumpstarter/PowerPack, charging adapter, inflation nozzles, and instructions.

Grounded 110V AC Outlet 5V USB port 12V DC Socket LED super bright light
Grounded 110V AC Outlet 5V USB port 12V DC Socket LED super bright light

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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This the Big Mack Daddy for sure! I was weary after looking at many many choices, but finally chose this one because of features and reviews - hoping I wouldn't be disappointed when it arrived. And I wasn't! I didn't have the ON/OFF switch on the jumpstarter on previous units, and really like this feature. You can hook up the cables on your battery, and get a confirmation that the cables are connected correctly (LED lights) without any power on the cables - then switch on the power after you're sure all is connected correctly. And the unit has plenty of power to start any but the largest of engines. The built-in LED light is powerful and lights everything under the hood or around the car. The unit is also perfect for usage in the home during storms/power outages with an inverter to power small AC appliances, as well as a DC outlet, and a USB outlet as well. With an AC power strip and a multi-port DC splitter you can power (or charge) several units at once.


1. USB power port
2. USB power indicator
3. USB/LED power switch
4. Charging indicator
5. Charging Jack
6. Battery level indicators
7. Battery level test button
8. Battery connection (correct hook-up) indicator light
9. Reverse polarity indicator light
10. 120 volt AC power on/off switch
11. 120 volt socket w/cover
12. LED work light
13. 12 volt DC socket w/cover
14. Jump start power on/off switch
15. Red positive battery clamp
16. Black negative battery clamp
17. Carry handle
18. 15 amp fuse
19. Air compressor gauge
20. Air compressor on/off switch
21. Air compressor hose compartment (with actually lots of space for a change)
22. 260 PSI air compressor
23. Nozzles for air compressor
24. 120 volt AC charging adapter (to recharge the unit)
25. Owner's operating manual
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By RoseBowl on February 12, 2010
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I need a new auto battery, but for several reasons I'm not ready to buy one just yet. My car needs a jump start almost every day I want to use it, and I can't depend on my husband's car being always available. I decided to invest in a Cobra CJIC 350 Jumpstarter Powerpack because I can use it to start the car, take it with me as backup, and because its many uses made it seem like a valuable item to have in a disaster or other emergency. I did a lot of research, and this product has the power, functions and price that most appealed to me. But there was only one short review that wasn't specific... I took a chance anyway and bought it.

I'm delighted to report that it functions exactly as described by the manufacturer. I've tested all the functions listed in the product description. All performed as advertised.

When it arrived in the box it was almost fully charged already. I plugged it into household electricity and it reached capacity charge in less than 1/2 hour. After I tested it by jumpstarting my car(V6), plugging various appliances into it, using the light, etc., I charged it to capacity again in less than 15 minutes.

In the two weeks since I charged it last, I've inflated all four tires from 25 to 30 psi, and jumpstarted the car 9 times, and it STILL isn't even 1/4 down from a full charge! Do I love this Cobra? Oh yeah.
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I purchased the unit partly to take around in the car, mostly for portable emergency power on long trips through wide open country, partly for portable convenience power when traveling by car, and partly for in-house emergency power (in case a storm knocks out the power.) It takes 24-30 hours plugged into a wall outlet to completely charge the unit from an "empty" state. (The charger is a separate power brick, so be sure to take it along if you're on a road trip and need to recharge.) At first, when not in use, it held that "full" charge for about two weeks. The auto power port (formerly known as a cigarette lighter), USB power power (good for charging an iPod or similar device), and 3-pronged 120 VAC outlet (for running just about any normal household device) all worked fine and could run various low to medium powered appliances for several hours from a full charge. The the built-in air compressor is handy for re-inflating tires that are low. Haven't actually tried the built-in jumper cables on a car with a dead battery yet. The built-in LED light is handy for using the device in the dark, but the unit's far too heavy to be used as a common flashlight.

After just two months (with no actual use beyond initial try-out), the unit can no longer hold a full charge for 24 hours when not in use. After charging for a full day, the power now tests "low" after only 12 hours of non-use, and "empty" after two days. The only way it can be used as emergency power is if it's kept continuously connected to charging power (120v wall outlet.) It's not much use packing it around in the car anymore; even if it was fully charged in the morning, by dusk it will be "low" and it won't power anything for long.

I consider this purchase a complete waste of my money.
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Note After 2 years and out of warranty I was not getting a charge and the unit started making a terrible noise causing me to unplug it from the wall . I almost threw it away as I saw others say they had for the same problem . It was fairly common on reviews to see this happening to others . Here is how I fixed mine : Please note this is a at your own risk and not encouraged last step after warranty for those too poor to send into cobra at any expense .
Mine worked very well without the issues then the unit started making noise if I plugged it in to float charge the batteries and would not take a charge . It works like new now and only takes a few minutes to check to see if your unit had the same problem and the right size screw drive ( magnetized will make it much easier to remove the screws otherwise turn the unit over )

It says not to open the case due to danger . I am not suggesting doing so but I was out of warranty . I love this unit when it works . I took out the 16 screws that hold the case together . Note 2 screws are different the one by the pressure gauge and the one in the middle of the handle ( longer and shorter ) . I found the terminals were loose . I charged the battery with a float charger and tightened the terminals and put everything together and plugged my unit into the wall and no noises and all is well again . So be careful incase there is a capacitor to not turn yourself into a ground when touching anything metal in there and also because the wires to the tire inflator make taking the cover off restrictive but it can be done without cutting and resoldering them .
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