New Heavy-Duty Lithium Jump Starter

We are excited to introduce a second new Jump-N-Carry lithium model, the heavy-duty Model No. JNC345, 12 Volt Lithium Jump Starter. The JNC345 is an ideal shop tool, combining robust jump starting power with numerous features that deliver utility, convenience and safety, including UL2743 safety certification, USB outlets to power…

Booster PAC Wows the Crowd

“In September 2014, my car battery died. I had good quality jumper cables in the trunk and managed to find a gentleman to provide a running truck whose battery I jumped my car from. I immediately drove to my mechanic and had him install a new battery in the car.…

JNC Helps When it Matters the Most

Editor’s Note:  We hear often from single moms, for whom a jump starter brings improved safety and peace of mind. It makes us very happy that our products can enable them to feel more secure and get them out of a jam when they need it. We are really glad…

JNC4000 Works and Works

“I purchased my JNC4000 in 2011 and it has not been treated with the best care. Not one time in 8 years did it fail to work. I hauled it around in my truck because I often used it to jump start complete strangers who left their lights on while…

JNC is the Toolman’s Choice!

“Long story short, I was a professional reseller of tools. I found that professionals constantly sought out the Clore products in my portfolio. I have since moved on to a career supporting Public Safety Fleets. I could have chosen any battery support product on the planet, however, Clore products are…

Freezing Temps No Match for Jump-N-Carry

“I live in northern Minnesota and drive a 2008 TrailBlazer. The battery I had in the SUV was a year old. It was a cold winter night, January 30, 2019, -40˚ below zero. I was at work, working a 12 hour shift and went out to start my SUV. Nothing.…

Q&A Related to Jump Starter Health

­ We get a lot of phone calls, email inquiries, Facebook posts and blog comments related to jump starter health. After “Where can I go to buy your products?,” it is probably the question most frequently asked of us. Sometimes, the question is very specific, relating to a jump starting…