Motorcycle & Powersports News introduces Weego's new line of Jump Starters for 2017

Motorcycle Powersports News: Weego 2017 Jump Starters

Weego recently announced the addition of three new jump starters to the Weego family at the 2016 American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo). Models have been created to complete a program of jump starters that can jump start virtually all gas and diesel engines, charge phones, tablets, power 12V accessories and light the way using many of the same design cues, technologies and feature sets already launched in Weego 44.

Each successive model within the series targets larger engine displacements, increasing starting power, more innovative features and price points. The line consists of Weego 22, Weego 44 and Weego 66; along with these is a high-value, jump-starting-only, ‘special’ model, called Weego 22S.

“Our U.S. product design and engineering team have been working extremely hard to build upon the success that we are already seeing with Weego 44,” said Gerry Toscani, CEO of Weego. “These three product extensions ultimately create a cohesive, full line, offering a model for anyone that loves to travel, camp, fish, adventure ride, and more. Whether moms to mechanics, road warriors to seasoned boaters, a new Weego is available to end dead-battery panic. We have a jump starter for any size engine, any size budget!”

Weego 22 and 22S – Big Power in a Small Package

Weego 22 and 22S are designed with the motorcycle and powersports’ communities in mind. Measuring just a little larger than a smartphone, both jump starters deliver 300 amps of peak power. They are perfect to drop in a saddle bag or slip under a seat to ensure a rider is ready for an unexpected dead battery. Both the 22 and 22S jump starters come with patents-pending Smarty Clamps™ complete with an in-line smart box of lights and sounds to guide the user through a safe and successful jump-start process every time. Unique to these models is the new, pinch-point tip, jaw design that allows a better connection on small terminals, common on powersports’ batteries.

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