Cyntur Jumper Pack Mini – TOOL TIME Don’t be left for dead.

Cyntur Jumper Pack Mini – TOOL TIME Don’t be left for dead.

A dead motorcycle battery has stranded us all, right? Luckily, most of the time a dead battery is discovered in the comfort of our own garage—due to maintenance neglect—and really isn’t a huge inconvenience. But then there are the times when you really are in a pickle.

We’ve been there too, and that’s why a compact battery jump starter like Cyntur’s Jumper Pack Mini ($100; ) can save the day. Weighing less than 1 pound, the unit measures a compact 6.0 x 3.3 x 1.3 inches, so it won’t take much space in your luggage or backpack. The included case stores included jumper cables and AC outlet charger.

Designed to be capable of jumping an eight-cylinder automotive engine, the Cyntur’s 12 ampere-hour lithium-ion battery’s capacity easily jumps a motorcycle with its 400 amps of peak cranking power. After discovering my TE310’s battery had bitten the dust, I used the Cyntur to instantly bring the bike to life. I also had the opportunity to jump a neighbor’s six-cylinder Toyota, which barked to life without hassle. In both cases, the battery-level indicators on the Cyntur unit didn’t fall below 75 percent remaining charge.

The Cyntur also has a 2.1-amp/5-volt USB output, which is great for keeping your smartphone or small electronic devices charged on road trips, and it also includes a built-in 200-lumen LED flashlight.


EDITOR’S NOTE: After reviewing the Cyntur Jumper Pack Mini, we received the following recall notice from the company:

We request that customers immediately stop using the cable assembly and fill out the form at () or call 800-780-6552 for a free replacement cable.

This recall applies to the Cyntur Mini Lithium Ion Jumpstarter, part number CTJSLI purchased between January 1, 2015 and March 31, 2016.

We have received multiple reports in which the cable assembly included with the Cyntur Mini Lithium Ion Jumpstarter overheated and melted. In five of these cases the battery itself overheated. Four of the five batteries which overheated caught on fire. Property damage was reported in two of the cases and a burn blister on the hand was reported in one of the cases.

Extended cranking of the engine while the Cyntur battery is attached causes sustained high current discharge from the battery and the cable assembly to overheat and fail. In some cases the cable assembly failure allows the battery to accept a reverse charge from the vehicle’s alternator. Both of these scenarios may result in overheating and fire.

Cyntur Jumper Pack Mini – TOOL TIME Don’t be left for dead.

A dead motorcycle battery has stranded us all, right? Luckily, most of the time a dead battery is discovered in the comfort of our own garage—due to maintenance neglect—and really isn’t a huge inconvenience. But then there are the times when you really are in a pickle.

We’ve been there too, and that’s why a compact battery jump starter like Cyntur’s Jumper Pack Mini ($100; ) can save the day. Weighing less than 1 pound, the unit measures a compact 6.0 x 3.3 x 1.3 inches, so it won’t take much space in your luggage or backpack. The included case stores included jumper cables and AC outlet charger.

Designed to be capable of jumping an eight-cylinder automotive engine, the Cyntur’s 12 ampere-hour lithium-ion battery’s capacity easily jumps a motorcycle with its 400 amps of peak cranking power. After discovering my TE310’s battery had bitten the dust, I used the Cyntur to instantly bring the bike to life. I also had the opportunity to jump a neighbor’s six-cylinder Toyota, which barked to life without hassle. In both cases, the battery-level indicators on the Cyntur unit didn’t fall below 75 percent remaining charge.

The Cyntur also has a 2.1-amp/5-volt USB output, which is great for keeping your smartphone or small electronic devices charged on road trips, and it also includes a built-in 200-lumen LED flashlight.


EDITOR’S NOTE: After reviewing the Cyntur Jumper Pack Mini, we received the following recall notice from the company:

We request that customers immediately stop using the cable assembly and fill out the form at () or call 800-780-6552 for a free replacement cable.

This recall applies to the Cyntur Mini Lithium Ion Jumpstarter, part number CTJSLI purchased between January 1, 2015 and March 31, 2016.

We have received multiple reports in which the cable assembly included with the Cyntur Mini Lithium Ion Jumpstarter overheated and melted. In five of these cases the battery itself overheated. Four of the five batteries which overheated caught on fire. Property damage was reported in two of the cases and a burn blister on the hand was reported in one of the cases.

Extended cranking of the engine while the Cyntur battery is attached causes sustained high current discharge from the battery and the cable assembly to overheat and fail. In some cases the cable assembly failure allows the battery to accept a reverse charge from the vehicle’s alternator. Both of these scenarios may result in overheating and fire.
Cyntur Jumper Pack Mini – TOOL TIME Don’t be left for dead.

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