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Jump-N-Carry JNC660 1700 Peak Amp 12-Volt Jump Starter

Pros: Does one thing really well - jumps batteries. Packs plenty of power and is durable. Preferred by professionals.

Cons: Does not come with safety features and is not for those unfamiliar with charging batteries.

Summary: An excellent unit that does well the one job for which it is designed. You cannot go wrong with this unit.
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Stanley J509 1000 Peak Amp Jump Starter

Pros: Comes with an air compressor and charging port. Plenty of amps for a vehicle. Maintains a charge almost indefinitely.

Cons: Some of the features - tire pump, compressor hose - are fragile, as is the pressure gauge. Durability is a question.

Summary: There is plenty of use for this unit - if it can stay in one piece long enough for those uses. Better options are available.
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PowerAll PBJS12000R Rosso Portable Power Bank & Ca...

Pros: Compact power for a multitude of devices. Protection features are a bonus. The lights are a welcome feature Recharges easy.

Cons: Comes with confusing directions and no online assistance or warranty. Customer service is poor. Will sometimes not hold a charge.

Summary: Nothing about this unit makes it better than the previously reviewed options. You are best off with one of those options.
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Schumacher XP2260 1200 Peak Amp Instant Portable P...

Pros: Portable unit that will start a vehicle and power home devices. Retains a charge well and provides plenty of power.

Cons: Plug terminals and clip handles are fragile. While portable, the unit is also heavy. Air compressor feature is less than stellar.

Summary: Versatility and portability is terrific but not with a fragile unit that is sometimes suspect.
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Jump-N-Carry JNC300XL 900 Peak Amp Ultraportable 1...

Pros: Retains a charge for a long time and is easy to use. The light is a welcome feature. Compact, lightweight and durable.

Cons: Not enough power for some needs. Best described as a home unit not suited for heavy-duty use.

Summary: A good choice for simple, light work. Not better than the JNC660, but still the Best Bang for the Buck.