|Item Weight||21 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.1 x 11.8 x 12.6 inches|
|Item model number||IP-1850FL|
|Manufacturer Part Number||IP1850FL|
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Schumacher IP-1850FL Instant Power Jump Starter With 12 Volt Flex Light
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- Convenient built-in charger for automatic charging of internal battery
- Audible low-battery alarm sounds when battery is at less than 50% charge
- Heavy-duty copper jaw and metal clamps for solid connections to top and side post batteries
- 18 amp-hour battery delivers 950 peak amps and 250 crank assist amps
- Polyethylene case resists fuels and solvents
- This product cannot be shipped to Oregon or California
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I have owned this model for several years. I had to replace the internal battery after a year or so because it was leaking internally. After that the charging brick cracked and the spades that stick out of the back of the unit wobbled. I replaced the brick, I bought it direct from Schumacher. After another year or so the internal battery once again stopped taking a charge but a 3rd replacement didn't fix its charging issue. It seems that the internals are junked. Also the replacement power brick is once again cracked and the spades are getting loose. This isn't built to last and it isn't reliable enough even under moderate use. I am giving up on it and moving onto a Clore JNC660.
The power never did go out, but it made me think that I should test this baby out before I really need it.
I got this primarily for camping and emergencies, for use with a separate 12-120 volt power inverter. Having the jumpstart feature only adds to the usefulness of the unit.
Lead acid batteries work best when kept fully charged...that's why the alternator in your car runs all the time. Plus, it ensures that the charger is always ready to go when you need it.
I hooked up the inverter and my laptop's power supply over an hour and a half ago, and the Schumacher is still ticking away without issues. Indicator shows half charge, but it went immediately to half charge after I plugged it in and started using power. We'll see how quickly the power drains, but so far it seems OK.
I also ponder whether or not it would be practical to plug my power inverter into the rear socket in my SUV, charge the device and leave the it there all the time on charge, so that it charged a little every time I drove the car. If that would work, the jump starter would always be with you, would always be charged, and would always be ready to use at a moment's notice.
Using a 400 watt inverter plugged into my car's cigarette lighter, I kept the Schumacher plugged in all winter in the back of my SUV. It charged every time I ran the truck. By the end of the winter, the power supply was still showing full charge.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It failed to start my truck when the battery failed out in the middle of a forest! The unit was freshly charged too. It let me down bad. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Denny
I ordered two of these and neither one worked. Very disappointed. Schumacher has been a quality product, but something obviously has changed. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bill Horne
Purchased two years ago, used once to power a radio during a power outage, kept charged but now does not seem to take a full charge, green light does not come on even if left... Read morePublished 23 months ago by D. Kral
I had my last jump starter for 7 years and was still working until it was dropped and cracked.
This one only last about 8 months. It won't charge anymore. Read more
Schumacher IP-1850FL Instant Power Jump Starter With 12 Volt Flex Light. Unfortunately I can not rate this item. It was broken upon receipt and I had to request a refund.Published on December 30, 2013 by Patricia Price
Just like the Macco jumpbox i had its great great great great cheap macco jumbox but for a fraction of the pricePublished on September 20, 2013 by CP