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Submitted by Anthony Larson

We've all been there a time or two, a dead battery and no help in sight. Off-road fishing spots make it nearly impossible to get AAA and your buddies are out of town. What a miserable situation!

I just finished testing the Jump It starting system by running my van battery down (in my driveway) and found success in the product.

I purchased the Jump It a little over a month ago at the Northwest Sports Show. I knew it was fully charged when I bought it, but didn't know for how long, so I intentionally let it sit in my closet.

I purchased the Jump It a little over a month ago at the Northwest Sports Show, I knew was fully charged then- but not for how long- so I intentionally let it sit in my closet.

After running my battery dead, I hooked up the Jump It and from the time it took to get the unit attached to my battery, to the time I jumped in my driver seat, the van started on the first attempt.

The built-in battery indicator shows there is power left it it.

Based on this test, I will highly recommend this product..

To learn more about MPower Industries or the JumpIt starter check out their website.

Read more posts from Anthony Larson.

Anthony Larson of Coulee Region Adventures has been a guide for over 5 years, and is a lifelong resident of the Coulee Region. Anthony shares the many adventures one can have in the Coulee Region of La Crosse.

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