Weego Portable Jump Starter 44
Is Jump Starter 44 as good as Weego claims?
Weego 44 was designed with a complete set of safety and convenience features which sets it apart from all other jump starters. Lights and sounds built into the Smarty Clamps make it easy for the user to instantly know that a successful engine start is possible. Weego 44 incorporates new Connection Detectiontechnology that displays a green light to indicate the cables are properly connected and ready for a jump start. A red light lets the user know the unit is improperly connected or not connected to a 12-volt system. Flashing lights and a buzz noise alerts the user to a Reverse Polarity issue (crossed cables) on the battery terminals. Weego 44 also has Over-heat Protection which prevents any damage of Weego during cranking; after a cool down period, it resets itself for another jump. Power Surge Protection shuts Weego 44 down automatically if the engine requires more power than Weego is rated to deliver and Anti-Spark Protectionensures the unit will not spark if the clamps touch each other or other metal objects.
“We set out to create an all-new product incorporating features not found in any other portable jump starter,” said Gerry Toscani, CEO of Weego. “After hundreds of our own jump starts, asking lots of questions in the field, and amassing awesome, unaided feedback from users, we developed a product to help any motorist, boater, thrill-seeker and weekend warrior stay powered, keep moving, and worry less in their travels. Dead batteries stink and ruin perfectly great days. So we’ve made sure that anyone can use it because, really, everyone should have it.”
Toscani continues, “Being entrenched in this industry for three years now has helped us develop very sophisticated technologies with improved safety, yet made it all so very easy for everyone to use. Maintaining a superior-quality build with long-lasting, high-grade components continues with this next generation of reliable, portable power. With Weego 44, traditional jumping takes a thumping!”