I ran into some battery trouble on my 2019 Nissan Titan. My battery died and nobody was available to help me. So I called my insurance company and they sent someone out to jump start my pick-up truck. It took them 4 hours to get out to me. I could not leave my truck because my windows were rolled down and my battery did not have enough juice to close them.
So I did not feel comfortable leaving my truck there. It was a complete mess and a waste of my day.
I decided I would never end up in this situation again. So I started to do some research on portable battery jumpers for my 5.5-liter pick-up truck. The tricky thing about buying a portable battery jumper is that you never really know if they will work unless you have a dead battery.
If it does not work, then you just wasted your money and you will not know until it is too late. I figured I would take the gamble.
Well, “lucky for me”, I actually had more battery issues so I was able to test this product out on my truck.
What was wrong with my battery? “The dealership actually had to replace my battery which was under warranty. It would not hold a charge for long, but would crank up and drive are I jumped it.”
I got the chance to test out the Nekteck battery jumper. The reason I made this review is that I wanted to show people how this product works on my 5.5-liter pick-up truck.
You can watch the video below. I think everyone should have this product. It is a great gift for family members for birthdays & holidays! You will never have to bother anybody else again when trying to jump-start your car. I actually bought two of these, one for myself and one for my wife!
Here is a video review of me jump-starting my pick-up truck:
Portable Nekteck Car Jump Starter External Battery Charger 600A – Product Review
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I think this product makes a great present for any holiday or occasion!
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