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Milwaukee Dewalt Makita 12v Battery Jump Starter Works on Car Batteries

SKU 41900
Original price $139.99 - Original price $139.99
Original price
$139.99 - $139.99
Current price $139.99

Portable Jump Power Has Never Been Easier!

Say goodbye to jumper cables and 12V batteries

  • Simple and very user friendly
  • Heavy duty jumper cables
  • 60 amp circuit breaker to flip off when not in use
  • Assembled right here in the USA!
  • Powered by your tool battery: Dewalt, Milwaukee, or Makita!
  • Select your battery type in the drop down.
  • Can cold start a diesel engine!
  • Battery is NOT included. 
Additional Details:
  • 60 amp circuit breaker/switch
  • Heavy duty jumper cables
  • Simple to use
  • User friendly design
  • Easy to stash away in a small space
  • Assembled in the USA!

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Daniel Mcmillan
Did not receive

Did not receive

Richard D Mastin
Jump start

Love this thing. Works great.! Have even used to start semi truck.

Worked like a champ

I had to use this today and it worked like a champ! The guy I was working with didn't close the door on my van all the way and the lights stay on until closed. Needless to say battery dead and I let him leave early. I followed the directions on the jumper to a T and I used only 1 6amp hour Milwaukee battery and it fired right up! Plus I still had juice left in the battery! Saved me from having to call AAA!

Alexander chiu
Ordered the right one, got the wrong one.

Don’t know if it works yet. I don’t have time to get to the post office to get this thing shipped back so I don’t know if I’ll be getting the correct one.

Also bought the fan. It works on some of my old makita batteries, but it does not work with my new ones. Snaps in, can see a slight twinge of power for a second, but nothing after. Batteries Fully work on makita tools, so there may be some block makita added to their batteries for third party stuff like this.

Gordon mcgowan

I tried to use it but could not figure out how to get it to work.