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$39.97 Stanley 'FatMax' 700-Amp Peak Jump Starter with Compressor #J7CS +FS

Walmart offers Stanley 'FatMax' 700-Amp Peak Jump Starter with Compressor #J7CS for $39.97 (orig. $97.34) with free shipping.

Product Description:
The Stanley FatMax 700 peak amp jump starter offers a convenient, portable way to jump start your battery without the need of another vehicle. With enough power to jump start your truck, car, motorcycle, boat, RV or tractor, the jump starter is ideal for every day use or roadside emergencies. Simply attach the clamps to the vehicle battery and if connected improperly the alarm will sound, alerting you to switch the clamps before turning on the unit. The jump starter features a 120 psi air compressor with easy-to-read backlit gauge to inflate tires, sport equipment and more and alternative 3.1 amp USB power sources for power outage emergencies and charging needs. (extension cord NOT included). Stanley FatMax 700A Peak Jump Starter with Compressor:
  • 350 instant/700 peak battery amp jump starter
  • 120 PSI compressor with backlit gauge
  • Heavy-duty brass-tipped SureFit compressor nozzle securely connects to tire valve stems
  • USB port
  • High-power 270-degree pivoting LED light
  • Reverse polarity LED indicator and audible alarm

  • Thanks Maggie

    Category: Automotive

    Posted on 07 December 2018, 05:26 AM
    posted by Maggie
    07 December 2018, 05:26 AM
    MR. Clutch
    MR. Clutch 8 Dec 2018, 10:00 AM
    Thanks hand one it is.
    Maggie 8 Dec 2018, 7:40 AM
    i have this one but I also have the hand ones....i like the hand ones better since they are more portable and compact and that is the one I used when I had two since my stanley had no charge haha and im lazy to take it back home and charge...rather carry one of the other ones
    D.Snuts 8 Dec 2018, 7:21 AM
    great for charging USB devices when the power goes out. No more car charging during power outages
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