Schumacher PSJ-2212 DSR Jump Starter

Schumacher Jump StarterSchumacher’s PSJ-2212 ProSeries Jump Starter/Portable Power Unit has 2200 peak amps, 330 cranking amps and 275 cold cranking amps. This is a power source for all 12 Volt DC accessories that are equipped with a 12 Volt accessory plug. Additional features include: 3 amp built in automatic charger, reverse hook-up alarm, heavy duty clamp with replaceable copper jaws, 4 gauge 50 inch cables, high impact rubber base and a durable polypropylene vented case for added safety. This Power Unit is great for camping, tailgating, power outages and much more. With this Jump Starter/Portable Power Unit you’ll never be stranded or without power again.

Schumacher PSJ-2212 DSR Jump Starter

Brand: SchumacherModel: PSJ-2212Binding: Automotive

  • 2200 peak amperes, 330 cranking ampere and 275 cold cranking amperes
  • 22 Ah professional grade, high output AGM battery
  • 12 Volt DC power outlet
  • 3 ampere built-in, automatic charger
  • Heavy duty clamp have replaceable copper jaws

Schumacher PSJ-2212 DSR Jump Starter

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title Schumacher PSJ-2212 DSR ProSeries 2200 Peak Amps Jump Starter and Portable Power Unit Clore Automotive JNC660 1700 Peak amp 12V Jump Starter Stanley J5C09 500 Amp Jump Starter Duracell DPP-600HD Powerpack 600 Jump Starter & Emergency Power Source with Radio
Height 7.3 inch 5.1 inch 13.5 inch 1.13 inch
Length 18.7 inch 16.3 inch 11.25 inch 0.83 inch
Width 15.5 inch 14.1 inch 8 inch 1.96 inch
Weight 24.9 pound 18 pound 17.55 pound 29.1 pound
Brand Schumacher Clore Automotive Stanley Duracell
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Schumacher PSJ-2212 DSR Jump Starter

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Schumacher PSJ-2212 DSR Jump Starter Reviews

Schumacher PSJ-2212 DSR Jump Starter

J. Mclain writes: The Cheapest “Real” Jump Box
Best in class–had a couple cars with shorts that needed lots of jumps and went through three other brands. Every one under $100 could not last or keep a charge long enough to work on demand.

The 2212 instantly started a dead battery on cold mornings. The 3 amp charger is much faster than cheapo models.

Basically it is a durable solid unit. You’ll need to spend over $200 for a better jump starter. The long cables let me solidly place it while jumping, unlike the other boxes that barely reached.

Buy it & you will love the security of genuinely professional grade peace of mind.

Tim Naff writes: Works Well, but could be more convenient
Ill give you the good news first. This item will spin my 430cc high-compression V8 like there’s no tomorrow, and it will do it at least 5 times on one charge. It will hold a fresh charge for three months. It has a huge red digital readout that serves several purposes. It will let you know when you have a good connection to a car battery before you switch it on. It will let you know how much voltage it is providing, and it will tell you the charge state of its internal battery when it is in charge mode. There is also a warning if you cross up your leads. There is a cigarette lighter socket for 12V access.

Now for the bad news. First, you have to provide an extension cord, and, when you do, there’s no place to store one of any length on the device. My advice is to buy the shortest single-socket 16AWG cord you can, and squeeze it onto one of the side hooks where the leads are stored. Otherwise expect to just leave the cord behind (probably the manufacturer’s intent) or carry it separately. Second, while you can leave the charger plugged in full time without overcharging, there is a noisy fan that runs full time.

Bat Masterson writes: A Real Jump Starter!
I am on my fourth jumpstarer and after all the previous junk this is a keeper. At 22 ah it delivers enough cranking power for must vehicles, in a nutshell it is a self contained unit with trickle charger and voltmeter, the fan that cools the charger is a little bit loud and never shuts down even after full charge is reached don’t know why. Finally I own a REAL jumpstarter.

Fanofovie writes: DSR Jump Start Box
We have used these boxes in several of our automotive repair shop lots over the last two years and they are still going strong. Cheaper boxes go bad quickly under the heavy use. Digital display will give you the % charge of your jump box and the battery voltage once hooked up. It will also show the alternator voltage output after the vehicle is started. Amperage output is sufficient for starting any car.

FordDealer writes: Car Lot Use
We use this on our car lot, currently about 500 vehicles, all the time. This sees VERY heavy use, on gas and diesel engines and it works GREAT!! Will jump 30 – 40 vehicles on a charge. In the past we have purchased the 60 dollar ones, and they burn out quick. This is a very heavy use box, highly recommended!!

Schumacher PSJ-2212 DSR Jump Starter

Overall Impression: this Jump Starter from Schumacher PSJ-2212 DSR ProSeries 2200 Peak Amps Jump Starter and Portable Power Unit looks and sounds like a great buy for the money. It has a lot of power and not very expensive. With an average of 4.5 stars out of 5 and 38 customers reviews total tells me that most everybody has been extremely satisfied with this battery jump starter.

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