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Heavy Duty Professional Quality Jump Leads 600A max

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Heavy Duty Professional Quality Jump Leads 600A max

HEAVY DUTY: PVC-coated 3.6m cable with heavy duty, corrosion-resistant, spring-loaded connectors. Suitable for larger vehicles with a battery start-up power of up to 600A

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Excl. VAT: £11.99 Incl. VAT: £14.39
  • Buy 2 for £10.79 (£12.95 incl. tax) each
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HEAVY DUTY Quality Jump Leads 600Amp Max.

This set of Heavy-Duty Jump Leads is a vital accessory for any frequent driver, mechanic, etc. It's multi-strand copper conductors provide a powerful start-up needed on larger vehicles such as 4x4 and other high-power cars. With supreme corrosion resistance and coated in a thick PVC layer these jump leads allow for added safety & security when dealing with high-voltage applications.

 Features & Benefits

  • PVC-coated 3.6m cable with heavy duty, corrosion-resistant, spring-loaded connectors.
  • Suitable for larger vehicles with a battery start-up power of up to 600A
  • Maximum capacity: 600 amps
  • Each set is produced using high grade multi strand copper conductirs and is sheathed with flexible PVC.

 

Applications
  • Heavy Duty Cables suitable but exclusive to powerful vehicles.
  • Perfect for 4x4 and other large vehicles.
Specifications
  • PVC-Coated Handles
  • Maximum Capacity 600AMP
  • 3.6mm Cable

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