From the department of “Why didn’t we think of that sooner”: LED Jumper Cables

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by Mike
Posted September 21st, 2009 at 6:34 am

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Owning a car is one of this things in life that brings a sense of pride, a sense of responsibility, and a sense of freedom. One of the downsides however is the constant flow of money a car takes. One other problem that often strikes at the most inopportune times is a dead battery. Why does it always seem to happen at night when you’re in a hurry and in the worst part of town? To make matters worse, its dark as dark can be under your hood and you’re trying to clamp jumper cables on in a endless crab claw like fashion. Naturally, having a light near or on the jumper cables is a brilliant and ingenious idea. So much so it should have been invented some time ago. However, for some strange reason, the year 2009 had to roll around before LED Jumper Cables could be introduced.

Thankfully they are finally here. Said cables are pretty simple and are your standard jumper cables with LED lights built into the end of the clamps. The LED’s are activated when the user opens the clamps meaning easy and intuitive use without having to fumble with light switches. $34.95 will buy you the 16″ jumper cables and some sanity.

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