|Item Weight||9.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 13.2 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||PPRH5|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PPRH5|
Stanley Professional Power Station
|Price:||$113.11 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- 500 amps / 1000 peak amps jump starter with heavy duty cables and clamps
- Portable household power up to 500 watts of continuous power
- 120 PSI digital piston-driven compressor with sure-fit nozzle for tires, sports equipment and more
- 120-volt AC outlets with on/off switch provides AC power anywhere; high-powered ultra-bright LED emergency light
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We’ve all been there. .. you climb into your car, turn the key and click, click, click. The dreaded dead battery! And it never happens when you have hours to spare, right?
Whether it’s extreme heat or cold or you simply left the lights on, batteries die for all sorts of reasons. The good news is most of them can be jumped back to life. The bad news is most people rely on the old method of jumping their battery with the help of jumper cables and another vehicle. But what if you don’t have either?
Not to worry. .. Stanley has the solution to your problem. The Stanley series jump starters allow you to jump your battery back to life without the need of another vehicle. These jump starters pack the power you need, from 600 peak amps all the way up to 1000 peak amps, it's like CPR for your car!
The Stanley series jump starters are simple to use. Simply hook the clamps to your battery, turn on the switch and start your vehicle. It’s also safe to use because you cannot hook it wrong. If you do, an audible alarm will sound reminding you to switch the clamps to the proper polarity.
Ever need portable power? Who doesn’t these days? The Stanley series jump starters has you covered with a USB power port and 12 volt DC outlet. So if the lights go out due to a weather emergency or you just to need to charge your cell phone, tablet or laptop, you’re good to go. Portable power on the go!
Finally, charging your Stanley jump starters back up after use is a snap. All you need is a household extension cord and you’re set. Pull back the cover on the back of the jumper, plug in the extension cord and charge it until the LED indicator light turns green.
-120 PSI compressor.
-Portable power w/ USB.
-12 volt DC ports / ultra bright LED light.
Hook it up to your battery, turn the switch on and start your car. It’s that simple. You’re back on the road in no time.
With cell phones, tablets, laptops and gaming systems ever more present in our everyday lives, who couldn’t use a little extra power on the go when those devices get low?
And how about these other cool features like a 120 PSI compressor with a brass tipped SureFit nozzle for secure connections? Perfect for inflating your car tire, sports equipment, bicycle tires or anything else that needs to be pumped up.
*Available on J7CS and J5C09 only.
Charge two devices at once with the USB and 12 volt DC port!
The optional DC plug also allows you to charge Stanley's jump starters with your vehicle’s DC port. Plug it in and keep it ready to go at a moment’s notice.
If your battery go dead when it’s dark, no problem! The ultra bright LED light swivels 270 degrees and shines light just where you need it.
|Voltage||12 Volts||12 Volts||12 Volts||12 Volts|
|Amp Hours||7 aH||9 aH||19 aH||19 aH|
|Portable USB Power||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|12 Volt DC Port Plug In||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Reverse Polarity Alarm||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|On / Off Safety Switch||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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1st UPDATE: After using the compressor and inverter for 3+ months, I'm impressed with the performance. I also got a chance to use this to jump start my truck. The truck battery had drained after sitting over a month without being started. The power station had been charged two months prior and was left in the bed of the truck the entire time. I was surprised when it was able to jump start the V-8 engine with ease. I had to let it charge the truck battery for about 1 minute before starting the motor. I'm raising the 3 star rating to 4. Would be a 5 if not for the short hose, cheap air valve and short jumper cables.
2nd UPDATE: 2+ years later, it's still working great!Read more ›
Okay, what is the amp-hour rating? Don't worry about it - for jump-starting. Amp-hour ratings are essentially meaningless for this purpose. What is more important for jump-starting is the peak ampere output. This unit is rated at 900 amps peak, so it should be adequate for jumping almost everything but those vehicles with large V-8 gas or diesel engines, and, with proper technique, it may even suffice for those!
So what is "proper technique"? Well, you have to keep some basic electrical facts in mind. When you turn he ignition key to the "Start" position and the starter first energizes, it draws a LOT of current, typically about 300 to 400 amps for "average" cars, and more for larger ones. (Small cars with smaller engines will draw somewhat less.) The relatively small battery in this unit is designed to deliver surprisingly high power for its size, but there are limits imposed by the internal construction of the battery, and the size of the various connections within the power pack itself.
So, you try to start your car, and discover you left the headlights on last night. You grab your handy-dandy little jump-starter and connect it the way the instructions say to: e.g., red clamp to the positive terminal of the battery, and the black clamp to an unpainted metal part of the engine. You get in the car and note, with some satisfaction, that the dome light now comes on.Read more ›
I'm going to edit this to add some more about the c-pap. My cpap unit is the kind that has two parts - the "blower" and a humidifier to put water in. When camping and using this I just take the "blower" unit and not the humidifier. That is from the cpap manufacturer's recommendations about the voltage of the cpap. It doesn't bother me not to have the humidifier in the tent.
This past summer I went with my son to webelo camp for four nights. This was the longest I had used it. The charge ran fine for two nights plus using it to charge some usb things like a phone. On the third day I toted it out of the campsite to a location where there was power to charge it up. I was down to one red light. The thing is, remember when it is flat it takes more than a day to charge it. I charged it enough that day to run that night, and enough the next day to run that night. Then when I got home it took a couple of days to charge it back fully.
So after a couple of 2-night campouts and one four-night I'd say this. You are safe for one night. You will probably make it two. I am 3/3 for two nights. But you probably won't make it through three without being able to recharge it.
I'm real happy with it though for doing what I need it to do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Did not last - no fuses inside. Will never buy another one of these things again. Blew up for absolutely no reason. Just brzapp and done. Read morePublished 5 days ago by guruvan
On the first use it wasn't able to jump start a dead car, and then when I tried to use it as a power source it started to pop and shorted out.Published 14 days ago by Heidi M.
And let their be light comes in handy one of the good purchase I've gottenPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
We bought this as a gift for our son's 25th birthday. He tells us it does everything it claims it will do pretty darned well except inflate tires that require more than 40 psi. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa A. Empie
So far, so good. Works great for emergency uses when power goes out (why use a flash light when you can plug in a lamp). Also has a very good compressor. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R.G.
I have purchased 5 jumper packs over the years. A couple as gifts and the rest for different purposes. I purchased this one for the power inverter option. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've had this unit for 2 years. It it will no longer take a charge. I bought this because of the Stanley name and certainly thought it would last longer than it did. Read morePublished 3 months ago by HannasGramma
Had this product for 4 months and I did my first jump after that it died will not hold a charge a big waste of moneyPublished 3 months ago by Tony S.