New Gear: Weego 44 Jump Starter

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The Weego 44 portable

The Weego 44 portable jump-starter is easy-to-use, safe and reliable

The Weego 44 portable jump-starter is easy-to-use, safe and reliable, and packs enough power to start 3.2 liter diesel engine. The Weego 44’s new, patent-pending “Smarty Clamps” have a rear hinge point and open much wider than traditional clamps, making it easier to connect the device to any battery terminal, and their design provides a better grip for smaller hands. The unit displays a green light to indicate if the cables are properly connected and ready for a jump start, and a red light lets the user know the unit is improperly connected or not connected to a 12-volt system. Flashing lights and a buzzing noise alert the user if the cables are on the wrong battery terminals. $149.99. Weego, myweego.com

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