Jump starters

Hasn't it happened to you in winter that your car stops and can't be restarted because the battery has drained? The lower temperatures, the switching on of the rear window and seat heating as well as the ventilation of the heating lead to the fact that the car battery is strongly demanded and can no longer charge properly on short distances.

The simplest and most effective option for such a case is to have a mobile jump starter handy, so that you can act quickly and don't have to rely on another car to bridge the gap. The car jump starter, also called a booster or jump starter, consists of a battery, a fuse, battery clamps and jump leads. To get your car running again, first connect the red positive terminal clip of the booster to the positive terminal of the car battery and then connect the black negative terminal of the jump starter to the negative terminal of the battery. Make sure that both the car and the jump starter are completely switched off and that the distance between the car and the jump starter is as short as possible. Once the clamps are fully attached, start the booster and try to start the car. When your car is running again, switch off the booster and remove the clamps. Depending on the type of booster, it is recommended that you read the instructions carefully and follow them. For your protection and that of your vehicle, the Jump Starter has built-in protections to prevent short-circuiting, overheating, overcharging and reverse polarity.

In our range you will find jump starters that differ in capacity, starting current, function and area of application, as well as jump leads in various lengths. Depending on the capacity of the starting current, you can also start tractors, boats, trucks, motorcycles, caravans and other vehicles, for example. The higher the starting current or capacity values, the more powerful the jump starter. The capacity indicates how often a car can be started. The starting current value indicates how much power is available for starting. If you want to start a diesel engine, you should make sure that a starting current of at least 750A is necessary.

Since a majority of jump starters offer a fused outlet, the booster can be used as a normal 12V (or 24V) power source and power and charge mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, camping gear and other devices thanks to the integrated powerbank. Almost every booster also has an integrated flashlight, which gives you enough light even during nighttime outages.

You can charge the mobile jump starter while driving via the cigarette lighter in the car or at a conventional socket.

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