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Ian
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18th Jan 14 at 23:27   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

You know the type of thing

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sealey-Tools-RS102-RoadStart-Jump-Start-Starter-Booster-Emergency-Power-Pack-12V-/200680430017?pt=UK_Recovery_Tools&hash=item2eb97c59c1

Does anyone know of any offers I need to check out? Looking on Ebay for one but can't really find anything that looks like it'll do the job without being local collection or loads of money because of the postage.

Last one I got from JTF wholesaler but its a bit of a trek, was thinking there might be one in mailshots etc. as Lidl/Aldi some of those type of places sometimes have them.
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18th Jan 14 at 23:31   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Stevo -

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/POWER-PACK-JUMP-START-KIT-/321301120635?hash=item4acf0a067b
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http://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/search/filter/clarke-jump-starts/type/any/module/shopcategory/page/1
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My dad got one free after an aa guy left one at the side of the road he didn't come back for it anyway.
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quote:
Originally posted by Ian
Stevo -

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/POWER-PACK-JUMP-START-KIT-/321301120635?hash=item4acf0a067b


That's the one I've got (I think) had it for four or five years and has been bang on tbh, cost about 90 from halfrauds...
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Bloody hell that top one's dear Ian!
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Costco do one. Looks ok but Can't say if it's any good but it's about 60 ish.
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Yeah 50-60 quid is a bit more on the money.

Hopefully that local one will go cheap and Steveo or anyone down that way will sort me out with some postage
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quote:
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http://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/search/filter/clarke-jump-starts/type/any/module/shopcategory/page/1


That jump start 4000 sounds good. Getting great reviews on there. Still a lot of dough for what they are though.
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Have you looked on machine mart's website? They often have deals.

Got one from
ECP, does the job think it was about 35.

I would expect it to last long if using regular though
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Wouldn't it be easier to just carry a spare battery?
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quote:
Originally posted by Ian
Yeah 50-60 quid is a bit more on the money.

Hopefully that local one will go cheap and Steveo or anyone down that way will sort me out with some postage


Yeh Stevenage is about 20-30mins from me could potentially grab it for you Tuesday night, fuck knows postage costs for something that size though
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quote:
Originally posted by Ojc
Wouldn't it be easier to just carry a spare battery?


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quote:
Originally posted by SteveoBC
quote:
Originally posted by Ian
Yeah 50-60 quid is a bit more on the money.

Hopefully that local one will go cheap and Steveo or anyone down that way will sort me out with some postage


Yeh Stevenage is about 20-30mins from me could potentially grab it for you Tuesday night, fuck knows postage costs for something that size though

Parcel2Go, probably less than a tenner if Ian can wait on economy.
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9.59 City Link via Parcel Monkey

quote:
Originally posted by Ojc
Wouldn't it be easier to just carry a spare battery?


No cheaper by the time you've dedicated a charger to it, old batteries always end up going shit, tried that approach already.
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Let me know if you win it and I'll see what I can do mate
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Be around 7.50 with Yodel
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We just got this beast for work http://tinyurl.com/nhsyzun little overkill for cars though

[Edited on 19-01-2014 by craig8]


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What do they weigh? Check out Collect+. Suggest it to the seller if they can be arsed to package up.
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quote:
Originally posted by Ian
9.59 City Link via Parcel Monkey

quote:
Originally posted by Ojc
Wouldn't it be easier to just carry a spare battery?


No cheaper by the time you've dedicated a charger to it, old batteries always end up going shit, tried that approach already.


Surely because you are in the car business, you come across half decent batteries all the time?

 
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