|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.7 x 8.6 x 2.7 inches|
|Item model number||DLX-jc200|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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200 Amp 10 Gauge No Tangle Battery Booster Cables 12 Feet with Free Travel Case Jumper Cables Extra Long 12ft
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Whether or not they can actually meet their 200 AMP rating I am not totally sure, as I have not yet performed any bench top tests. My real-world testing has not gone particularly well though. I cannot necessarily rate these higher as they failed for me three times in their primary function in three different applications. I attempted to charge and jump a small car (Skoda Fabia) with a battery that had only run down minimally, and two of my motorcycles (Harley Street Bob, Honda Nighthawk CB750) using some recently changed batteries, and these cables couldn't flow enough juice to start any of them. To make sure there wasn't some other issue, I used another 10 gauge set of cables from another manufacturer, with greater contact between the cables and the gator clips, and all three started. It's really a shame. I might be able to modify the product to work better, but that shouldn't really be necessary. If you are getting this product in case of some sort of emergency situation, do yourself a favor and get a different brand, or better yet, something with a larger gauge wire and amp rating.
If you drive a regular vehicle, stay away from these unless you can solder the wires yourself.
If you drive a HYBRID vehicle, these may be great.
I drive a Ford C-Max. For those who own one, you've probably had your 12V battery die on you periodically. I'll skip my theory as to why this occurs, but in any case, I've now needed to jump start my car twice in less than two years. As far as I can tell, the battery itself isn't the issue.
In the case of a hybrid vehicle, like the C-Max, you don't need much current to start the car. Since the "starter motor" is powered by the high-voltage battery, you only need the 12V pack to help "wake up" the car. Once it's up and running, the high-voltage pack does the rest, while the DC-DC converter keeps the 12V battery charged.
I've tried more "heavy duty" cables, but the ground stud (battery negative) on the C-Max is in a weird spot. Large battery clamps may not even fit down far enough to engage it. I decided to try these smaller cables to see how they work. In short, they work great, in terms of their size. The clamps engage both the ground stud and battery positive terminal under the hood very well. The clamps are also plenty large to engage any "regular" battery/car that may be kindly giving you a jump.
My only complaint is the quality of the cable crimps. If you look at one of my uploaded photos, you'll see they folded the wire back over the insulation, then crimped the wire. That's a really poor way to crimp something! A "good" crimp will apply lots of force between the connector and cable, with direct metal contact all around. The thick insulation me relax/weaken over time, resulting in a poor connection.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just amazing! I haven't used them yet but they look nice and made of good material. They weren't suppose to be here until Monday the 4th but got here Sunday the 3rd even though I... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
My wires didn't even work. I would like to get my refund or new one.Published 9 days ago by Rohit Ghai
This is a good set of cables to carry around in my car. One never knows when they will have a dead battery and keeping these in my trunk saves me from running all over the parking... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Jan
I purchased these cables to use on my 2000 watt inverter while camping as they are rated for 200 amps. I ran 85 amps through them for about 5 minutes and they melted. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Demetri Kraniak
Good usable jumper cables. Will not stand up to constant use, but that's not their intent. Plenty good to throw in the trunk for peace of mind. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Schneider