CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Compressor

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No matter how new your car is, you never want to find yourself stuck in a jam. You always want to avoid any form of car trouble. That is why the CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Air Compressor is an essential piece of equipment that you need. You can just put one of these in the trunk of your car, and hopefully you won't need to use it. In the event that you do have some automotive issues or you're stranded, you can use the CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Compressor to get yourself out of it. You can inflate your tires to the proper pressure, jump start your car if the battery got drained, or even charge your cell phone using the featured usb ports to call for help like AAA. You'll never want to use this, but you'll be glad to have one at your disposal in an emergency.


Get yourself out of a automotive jam with the CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station
Get yourself out of a automotive jam with the CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station

Here are the specs:

CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Compressor Product Info

Costco Item#: 141571
Costco Price: $79.99
Found at: Costco in Foster City, CA (1001 Metro Center Blvd.)
(price and availability may vary per Costco location)

Costco 141571 - CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Compressor - great for any vehicle's trunk
CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Compressor - great for any vehicle's trunk

Deal for the CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Air Compressor at Costco
Deal for the CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Air Compressor at Costco

Caterpillar CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Compressor

500 amp instant jumper
500 Amp instant & 1000 peak battery amp starting power. Helps to jump-start most 12V vehicles without the need for another vehicle.

200 watt power station
One 120 Volt AC outlet and one 2 Amp USB port provide power on the go to charge & power mobile phones, tablets, laptops & more.

120 PSI Air Compressor
120 PSI air compressor with heavy-duty brass tipped SureFit nozzle securely connects to tires, sports equipment and more.

Built-in Charger
Built-in 120 Volt AC Charging, never lose your charger.

    Key Features:
  • 1000 peak battery amp
  • 200 watt inverter
  • 200 watt power supply
  • 500 instant starting amp
  • Rechargeable
  • Built-in battery status LED indicators
  • Reverse polarity LED and alarm
  • Jump starter on/off power switch
  • Tough, rugged housing
  • 2 amp USB charging port
  • Power button/fault indicator
  • All metal powder coated clamps
  • Sure fit compressor nozzle
  • Built-in LED area light
  • 12 volt dc accessory outlet
  • 120V ac outlet
  • Built-in ac charging adapter
  • Compressor hose storage compartment
  • Compressor power switch
  • 120 psi air compressor
  • Backlit air pressure gauge
  • Reverse polarity alarm
  • 1 year warranty

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Crappy quality.. ha e now bought this untit twice ( first time USB port failed, took it back and got another one, now 1 month later won't take a charge... looks nice feels quality, performance is not there

Anonymous said...

Crappy quality.. ha e now bought this untit twice ( first time USB port failed, took it back and got another one, now 1 month later won't take a charge... looks nice feels quality, performance is not there

ExecMemberMike said...

Thanks @E_Edward for sharing your experience with the CAT CJ1000CP Professioinal Power Station with Jump Starter and Compressor. I would've expected better quality from a brand name like Caterpillar, but it's a good thing Costco has a good return policy in cases like this.

Alexandria in Hollywood said...

Yes. My dad has been through 5 of these and it's a headache. They are terrible and was also purchased at Costco. We work in the car biz and need to jump cars all the time. This is a terrible jumper.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hi @Alexandria, thank you for your feedback in regards to the CAT CJ1000CP Professional Power Station with Jump Starter and Compressor. I'm surprised your dad went through 5 of these. I guess the CAT CJ1000CP Professional Power Station just isn't a very good product.

Tiger Body Electric Vehicles said...

Interesting that people here are having problems. Amazon has comment on them and the manual says to charge for 40 hours before using and the reviews that did that say they are having great experiences with this jump starter.

ExecMemberMike said...

It's hard to say why people are having issues with the CAT CJ1000CP Professional Power Station with Jump Starter and Compressor, @Tiger_Body_Electric_Vehicles. If the manual does indeed say to charge for 40 hours, then it's definitely worth doing first to see if it works properly or not. If not, then it's obviously something else.

Unknown said...

Just brought back a Cat 1000 unit. The air compressor on the unit was stuck. Impossible to close it. When I disposed the thing on the Costco counter people where laughing, to ear the compressor always running. You can imagine having to drive to Costco with the sound of the compressor running in the trunk of the car? Very annoying! It looked sturdy but I am affraid it's far from beeing a thing you can rely on.

Anonymous said...

I've had this jumper since 2016 and charge it as instructed 1x every 30 days -- gave it the 40 hour charge upon purchase also. Never had any problems and has gotten me out of ~5 jams at this point.

Anonymous said...

I have two model CJ1000CP and one newer CJ1000DCP and have not had any issues. I love the digital air gauge on the newer version. Set the pressure and it turns off automatically, no longer worry about overinflating. I plan on buying more. Charge fully before first use and then once every couple months. You can't just charge it and expect it to work a year later. Take care of your equipment and it will be there when you need it most.

Unknown said...

Why does my Jump Starter beep when I hook up the unit to any kind of load?

Unknown said...

Why does my Jump Starter beep when I hook up the unit to any kind of load?

Unknown said...

Is there a master on-off button? Mine is fully charged and won't come on to use the USB or LED. I'm thinking that mine, too, bought earlier this week, is also useless.

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