Portable Car Battery Jump Starters

Shop our range of portable car battery jump starters at Total Tools! We offer a variety of sizes and power capacities of jump starter packs, jump leads, jump starter power packs, portable car battery chargers, and more.

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What is a portable jump starter used for?

A portable car battery jump starter is a compact and portable device that provides a boost of power to a car’s battery to start the engine. It is a convenient and safe alternative to traditional jump-starting methods and can be used in emergencies or when a car battery is dead.

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Purchase jump starters and jump starter pac online and in-store at Total Tools! We carry popular brands such as Kincrome, Mastercraft, TTI, Matson, SP Tools, Endeavour, and more. The price of jump starter battery packs varies depending on their features and capabilities, but you can expect to pay anywhere from $60 to $582 or more for a high-quality jump starter. You can also check our complete selection of garage and workshop equipment and other automotive tools.

What are the features of a portable car jump starter?

  • Power capacity – refers to how much power a jump starter can store and produce to jump start a car. Peak amps or cranking amps (CA) are the units of measurement (PA).
  • Portability – portable jump starters are made to be small and light to be transported easily.
  • Built-in charger – many portable cars' jump starters come with built-in chargers to make it easy to recharge the tool.
  • LED lights – some jump starters come equipped with LED lights, which might be practical in an emergency or when working on a car in low light.
  • To avoid harming the jump starter or the car's battery, safety features like overcharge protection, short circuit protection, and reverse polarity protection may be present.
  • USB ports – some jump starters have USB ports to charge smartphones, tablets, or other USB-powered devices.
  • LCD – some car jump starters come with an LCD that shows the remaining power level, charging status, and other details needed.
  • Clamps – the clamps on the jump starter should be reliable, simple to operate, and long enough to reach the battery connections.

What are the things to consider when choosing the right jump starter?

  1. Power output – make sure that the jump starter that you choose has enough power to start your vehicle’s engine.
  2. Portability – make sure the jump starter is portable enough for you to bring with you in case of an emergency by considering its size, weight, and design.
  3. Safety features – ensure that the jump starter has adequate safety features, such as overcharge protection, short circuit protection, and reverse polarity protection.
  4. Charging time – check for suitable safety features on the jump starter, such as overcharge protection, short circuit protection, and reverse polarity protection.
  5. Price – consider your budget and the features you require before choosing a jump starter because pricing can vary.
  6. Compatibility – ensure that the jump starter is appropriate for the voltage and type of battery in your car.
  7. Warranty – make sure that the warranty provided with the jump starter offers enough protection in case of flaws or problems.