Marine Battery Jump Starter
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Weego has announced the launch of its Weego Jump Starter Battery+ for the marine market. A compact and portable jump starter, the Jump Starter Battery+ eliminates the worry and fear of a dead battery.

“Dead batteries at best ruin your day and at worst put you in a tight spot,” said Gerry Toscani, CEO, Weego. “Our small, high-powered Weego Jump Starters are perfect for boaters. Lithium-ion batteries only lose about 2% of their power per month, so you can throw it in a safety kit or locker and forget about it until it is needed.”

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. Incredibly easy to use, each Weego model includes jumper cables that can be attached to the terminals of a dead battery. Easy to follow instructions are printed on the back for quick reference. To start, boaters simply connect the clamps to the battery terminals, connect the cable to the Jump Starter Battery+, turn the power on and start the engine. A built-in LED flashlight assists in low-light situations and a strobe with SOS function draws on-the-water or roadside attention if needed. A 3-in-1 USB charging cord, 8 popular-brand laptop connectors, wall and car chargers, and a carrying case are included.

“There are so many chargers on the market today, but Weego stands out,” continued Toscani. “On land or sea everyone can get a charge out of us. Weego starts your engine, charges your phone and fits in your pocket. Weego where you go, when you need us, wherever you need us.”



Weego Jump Starters are offered in three sizes. The JS6 Standard is capable of starting gas engines up to 4.6L and diesel engines up to 2.4L; the JS12 Heavy Duty can easily start gas engines up to 6.4L, diesel engines up to 3.2L and the JS18 Professional can start gas engines greater than 6.4L and up to 4.8L diesels. Constructed with durable, high-quality components, Weego features built-in circuitry protection, an auto-off feature, and jumper cables with both a fuse and diode to ensure user safety, as well as protection for the unit. Weego jump starters offer up to 1,000 charging cycles (a full charge plus full discharge), have an operating temperature from -4 to 140-degrees Fahrenheit (-20 to 60-degrees Celsius), are independently lab tested, and are backed by a leading 18-month warranty from a company that’s been in business for over 50 years.

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