Jump starter makes light work at job sites
May 15, 2018 – High-performance jump starting is now available in a compact package designed for power-starved jobsite professionals. The Weego 66 is the most rugged 12-volt lithium-ion jump starting power pack among Weego's line of portable power products.
The most significant update to jump starter technology in more than 40 years, Weego 66 sets a new standard for compact versatility, delivering the power needed to get cars, trucks, tractors, boats, and light-duty equipment, moving again – every time. Weighing only 2.5 pounds, Weego 66 is a practical and convenient solution for any jobsite and any professional on land or sea.
The four-in-one Weego 66 made for 12V gas and diesel engine systems, jump starts with 2,500 peak amps and 600 cranking amps; is capable of bringing phones, tablets, laptops or other mobile devices back to life via 5V USB and 19V outputs; powers 12V portable accessories; and provides ultra-bright lighting functionality with a 600-lumen dual LED flashlight.
“The downside of jump starting products for the pro is their size and weight, inability to hold a charge over an extended period, relatively short lifespan, lack of safety features and almost complete lack of versatility,” Gerry Toscani, CEO of Weego, said. “Following years of listening to our customers and intensive field testing, Weego has designed and engineered the 66 right here in the U.S.A. to be a real all-in-one workhorse.”
Weego 66 comes with Smarty Clamps® – innovative, patented, ergonomic jump starter clamps that incorporate lights and sounds to guide users through the jumping process, and feature built-in anti-spark, reverse polarity, overheat and power surge protections; Weego 66 is not only easy to use but also safe. The tapered tips fit in tight spaces and the clamps open extra wide and are powered on both sides to ensure good connections. Weego 66 also has incredible holding power, providing up to two years standby time and a broad operating range of -4 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Offering AutoBoost™ functionality for those extra-tough situations, Weego 66 automatically sends maximum power to dead batteries (down to ½ volt) without an override button. This new feature eliminates all guesswork and is still safe for the user.
“The main advantage of Weego 66 is its power to weight ratio,” Toscani said. “With Weego 66 up to 90 per cent lighter and 80 per cent smaller than comparably-powered, traditional, lead-acid jump boxes, think of your Weego as an investment in a game-changing, compact, powerful, safer, and easier-to-use tool. Unlike those big jump boxes, it reduces strain on the user and is easy to manoeuvre in tight spaces. Its ergonomic design makes any job easier. It is also versatile enough to be used every day to keep a phone or laptop charged on the jobsite where outlets may be at a premium or as a tactical-grade flashlight when working in dimly lit areas. When compared to jumper cables, to be honest, there is no comparison. Weego is a convenient, feature-rich power tool for the pro.”
Guaranteed to perform as promised, Weego 66 cranking amp readings are verified; engine compatibilities are tried and true; and lumen specifications are accurate. With no governing agency to verify portable-power product specifications, trust in a brand is critical to ensure safety.
The rugged Weego 66 is IP65 rated for water, dust and dirt resistance. Weego 66 is independently lab tested and backed by an 18-month warranty. For more information on Weego 66 visit www.myweego.com.
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