On the Great Lakes, we boaters are known for being a hearty bunch. We thrive in the extreme weather that people in other parts of the country don’t even understand. Preparation for any worst-case scenario is a way of life around here. Preparation for any worst-case scenario is a way of life around here. One such situation is a dead battery, which can make a good day become a bad one, or worse, could cause a potentially life-threatening situation. Read More
The last time you were miles from anywhere, turned your boat’s ignition key and heard nothing, what did you do? No, I mean after you ran through the appropriate part of your vocabulary. I used to carry a set of jumper cables in the bottom of a rod box, and the only time that happened to me I jumped my cranking battery with one of my trolling motor batteries. Read More
Most boaters will not experience the benefits of a Lithium Ion main battery bank any time soon, but nearly instant gratification is possible with a portable Li Ion charger pack, some of which can even jump start a small diesel engine. Brands and models are proliferating like fruit flies, but I’m particularly keen on the WeeGo Jump Starter Pro above, which I’ve been testing for a couple of months. It is a veritable Swiss Army knife of an on- or offboard power source… Read More
A compact and portable jump starter, the Weego Jump Starter Battery+ eliminates the worry and fear of a dead battery, for as little as $99.00. Weego offers peace of mind, prevents ruined days on the water and pays for itself with just one use. Weego is pocket sized and capable of starting boats, cars, trucks, motorcycles, ATVs and more, as well as charging phones, tablets, speakers and other USB devices. Read More
Each and every spring, there’s a hot new crop of cool tools and other stuff that we boaters can use to make our lives on the water better. Of course, most of it costs big bucks. So what does 2015 have in store for the spendthrifts among us? Read More
Question: I attended the Miami Boat Show this year and saw a device there that really caught my interest. I sent along a photo from the company’s website to help identify it.
The Weego comes in a few different sizes and is something that looks like it could really help if the batteries on my boat die. The problem I have is deciding which of the three units to buy. Read More
You’re at anchor and the boat’s battery dies. Time to call for a tow? Well that’s not necessary if you have a Weego Jump Starter on board.
The Weego Jump Starter functions like any other charger. Simply connect the jumper cables, turn it on and start the engine. The Weego (depending on the model and storage conditions), takes as little as 1 ½ hours to fully charge, and will stay charged for 6 – 12 months.
The Perfect Gift Jump Starts Cars, Charges Phones and Fits In a Pocket
Weego, an innovator in portable battery solutions, announced today a powerful gift package for the holiday season, Weego Jump Starter Battery+ bundled with a free Weego smartphone charger. There should be no shortage of power under anyone’s tree this year.