Prepper World includes the Weego 22s among the best of the best when it comes to portable jump starters.
“The Weego 44 is a powerful and easy to use jump starter. Its super portable and lightweight. It can almost fit in the palm of your hand. What is astounding about this device is that it has up to 3 years of standby power on one charge. Wow! It can boost 44 cars on one charge. It has a very bright 500 Lumen LED flashlight and charges your devices through a USB port. It also has a fantastic 18-month warranty.
Well Connected Mom calls the Weego 44 “a must for every car”.
“I remember the time my husband and I took our kids to the drive-in movie and couldn’t figure out how to turn off the back light inside our SUV with the tailgate up, even though the key was out of the ignition.
We loved the movies and after they ended at 11:45pm, we went to start the car…it was dead. Ugh. We tried desperately to flag someone down, but at this late time of night, it was not easy, people wanted to get their kids home.
The Weego 66.1 was recently reviewed by Truck Trend as a solution to when your battery dies at the worst possible time.
“I’m sure most of you have experienced that moment when you turn the ignition key of your truck to start the engine and absolutely nothing happens. There is a nearly infinite number of reasons why it is not working, especially on newer vehicles that are heavily equipped with electronic accessories, but there is also a good likelihood that a low or dead battery could be the culprit.
ADV Moto reviews the Weego 22 and some of its best features.
“In four years on the road through 21 countries, a single charge from Weego has given us a “get out of jail free” card four times. Once by resurrecting a depleted cell battery off road in mainland Mexico, and thrice stirring life back into the stator on Jason’s F800GS—deep inside Death Valley National Park, on an isolated sandy trail to the Mission San Borja on the Baja Peninsula, and inside the wilds of Yosemite National Park. Without the use of this nifty piece of kit, there’s no doubt in my mind that one of our bikes would have been stranded in a remote location. As full-time moto-travelers on a frugal budget, neither of us can afford roadside assistance, and because we love exploring in far-flung places off the beaten track, who knows when a Good Samaritan with battery cables would have jumped to the rescue.
Don’t let a dead battery ruin your next road trip! Auto Slash picked Weego as their go-to product to save the day.
“Every driver’s worst fear on the road is a dead engine, and a dead engine without the necessary gear to get you going again is crippling to a road trip. Everyone has, or should have, jumper cables in their car if you’re on the road, but on long road trips you’re sometimes isolated from other cars and have no power source available to jump your dead engine. The Weego is your answer.
Mountain Weekly recently included the Weego 66 in a list of great Father’s Day gift ideas for dads who are always on the go.
“It’s 8:45PM, after 15 hours outdoors on the trail and the ridges, when he realizes he left his lights on and there are no other cars at the trailhead. But luckily he has his Weego 66, able to jump start basically anything with an engine. But he can also use it for charging his phone, his lights, his laptop, all those tools he uses for posting his Adventure-Dad blog.
Did You Know Cars recommends adding a Weego 22s to your kit of roadside emergency gear.
“The battery is responsible for making the engine of your car work, therefore, losing its power is indeed a big problem especially when you’re in the middle of driving. To start your dead battery while stuck on the road, what you need is a portable jump starter such as the WEEGO 22s Jump Starter 1700 Peak 300.
Weego 22 was a 2018 Fish Alaska Editor’s Choice award winner! “An outstanding piece of equipment to carry along on all our backcountry outings, the Weego 22 is incredibly compact but loaded with power – able to jump-start boats, RVs, ATVs, snowmachines and 95% of cars and trucks on the road today.