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I'm not sure that option was available when I purchased mine. If you click on the link at the top which includes the EVA case, you can see a photo of it (and click on the photos at the left.) So instead of the nylon drawstring bag, you can get the upgraded zippered case for the cables instead. Note that the cables are … see more I'm not sure that option was available when I purchased mine. If you click on the link at the top which includes the EVA case, you can see a photo of it (and click on the photos at the left.) So instead of the nylon drawstring bag, you can get the upgraded zippered case for the cables instead. Note that the cables are easy to fit in to the drawstring bag. Having not seen the zippered case, I can't say anything about it. see less I'm not sure that option was available when I purchased mine. If you click on the link at the top which includes the EVA case, you can see a photo of it (and click on the photos at the left.) So instead of the nylon drawstring bag, you can get the upgraded zippered case for the cables instead. Note that the cables are easy to fit in to the drawstring bag. Having not seen the zippered case, I can't say anything about it.
Elvis
· January 30, 2016
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Most of the homes with aluminum wire had to have all their wiring replaced. It was a fire hazard disaster. If you are serious about getting a car to start, spend $10 more and get all copper wires for your jumper cables. Amazon has them right here. TOPDC - $26.99. Shorter is better too since power decreases the longer t… see more Most of the homes with aluminum wire had to have all their wiring replaced. It was a fire hazard disaster. If you are serious about getting a car to start, spend $10 more and get all copper wires for your jumper cables. Amazon has them right here. TOPDC - $26.99. Shorter is better too since power decreases the longer the cable. For most folks, 12' will be fine. see less Most of the homes with aluminum wire had to have all their wiring replaced. It was a fire hazard disaster. If you are serious about getting a car to start, spend $10 more and get all copper wires for your jumper cables. Amazon has them right here. TOPDC - $26.99. Shorter is better too since power decreases the longer the cable. For most folks, 12' will be fine.
GOT
· August 30, 2017
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It's made in China. But approved at UL office.
Cartman
Seller · February 5, 2014
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its packing size is 27*9*28cm  
Cartman
Seller · October 21, 2015
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Solid
Movie Watcher
· June 29, 2019
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Mine has been used for a 2008 Pontiac Solstice and 2015 Accord........it’s batteries! Car doesn’t matter.
Movie Watcher
· May 29, 2019
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2/4/6AWG is USA cable size standard. 2AWG is bigger than 4AWG. 4AWG is bigger than 6AWG.
As per UL standard, Cartman Cables is not only complying AWG standard, but also comply UL current capacity basing on certain copper AWG size.
For SUV, I suggest CARTMAN 4gauge cables.

Cartman
Seller · March 23, 2016
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+(positive)Red connector to Red terminal. -(negative) Black connector to Black terminal.
John
· September 11, 2014
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According to the documentation 800 amps, but I have not tested them personally.
D. Fertenbaugh
· January 19, 2020
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pick up, Cartman 2gauge would be better.
Cartman
Seller · April 2, 2018