Are You an AMAZON Shopper?

notnalc68

That dude from Mississippi
If you're anything like me and shop for your Jeep parts and accessories on Amazon or really, just about everything like tools, shoes, cookware or what have you, Cindy and I would be grateful if you could please begin your search for what you're looking for by clicking on the link below.


This link will take you to our Amazon Store and there, you will find Idea Lists that I've created and try to keep up to date and in them, you'll find things you may want or need for your Jeep. Of course, if you can't find what you're looking for or if Jeep stuff just isn't what you're needing, if you continue to shop and buy anything after the fact, Amazon will still give WAYALIFE a small kick back. In other words, you can indirectly help support this forum and at no additional charge to you.

We appreciate your consideration.
Eddie & Cindy
Awesome! Will do.

 

HighwayTrout

Active Member
Anyway to confirm purchases made after clicking on the link and getting redirected to the amazon app are going through? Or is it as simple as clicking on the link? Even if my phone automatically goes to my amazon account.
 

wayoflife

Administrator
Staff member
Anyway to confirm purchases made after clicking on the link and getting redirected to the amazon app are going through? Or is it as simple as clicking on the link? Even if my phone automatically goes to my amazon account.
Unfortunately, I don't think so or at least, not by individual. I do see a lot of odds and ends type purchases, non-Jeep related items but I don't know who made them.
 

HighwayTrout

Active Member
Unfortunately, I don't think so or at least, not by individual. I do see a lot of odds and ends type purchases, non-Jeep related items but I don't know who made them.
Dang. That’s a bummer. I’ll see I can figure it out to not automatically go to my amazon app.
 

nbunga

Caught the Bug
Just ordered the jump pack that is on the WAYALIFE Amazon store. It’s $40 off on a lightning deal at the moment. Too bad you can only buy one at that price

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It was only $20 off regular price, $40 off list price. Still a good deal I think
 
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LarryB

New member
As I have spent way too much time watching your videos (my 10 yr old calls you, “the cool dude who installs stuff on Jeeps”), I would love to support your channel more. But, your link only works for US customers (who are 99% of your viewers). Is there a link that a Canadian (or other non-US customer) can use to access your site via Amazon? I know all 5 drivers by name, so we buy too much on the site.
 

wayoflife

Administrator
Staff member
As I have spent way too much time watching your videos (my 10 yr old calls you, “the cool dude who installs stuff on Jeeps”), I would love to support your channel more. But, your link only works for US customers (who are 99% of your viewers). Is there a link that a Canadian (or other non-US customer) can use to access your site via Amazon? I know all 5 drivers by name, so we buy too much on the site.
LOL - I appreciate your willingness to support this site and I'm happy that your kid enjoys our videos too. Not sure what to tell you regarding Amazon. Didn't know that's how it worked but I'll look into it. If I can't find anything, I wouldn't worry about it :)
 

DZRTJP

New member
After their nonsense this past year... Canceled Amazon & their credit card. We buy direct or local now for everything, even if it costs a bit more. We buy American and Mom & Pop whenever possible. When I need the parts Eddie has, I'll buy direct from you also.
(No more facebook, twitter, netflix, etc either).
 

wayoflife

Administrator
Staff member
After their nonsense this past year... Canceled Amazon & their credit card. We buy direct or local now for everything, even if it costs a bit more. We buy American and Mom & Pop whenever possible. When I need the parts Eddie has, I'll buy direct from you also.
(No more facebook, twitter, netflix, etc either).
It's unfortunate but I totally get it.
 

Snboarder113

Active Member
I think there was a thread just for this but can’t find it, how’s this jump pack holding up? Looking to replace a dieing one and now that people have some use on it how’s it doing? Wish you got a bigger version, how many jumps do you get per charge. Blah blah blah.
Also it’s on sale for 60 bucks
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jdofmemi

Active Member
I think there was a thread just for this but can’t find it, how’s this jump pack holding up? Looking to replace a dieing one and now that people have some use on it how’s it doing? Wish you got a bigger version, how many jumps do you get per charge. Blah blah blah.
Also it’s on sale for 60 bucks
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I have one, and am happy so far. I have not had it long enough to pass full judgement on it though.

I have one complaint, and it is common to all the new ones. I have two older units, forget the brand, but they will do things this and most of the others won't. The "safety" features won't allow unconventional uses. They have to sense the proper battery voltage of they won't power up. I can use two old ones carefully, and jump 24V construction equipment, the new ones won't.
I have also ran thing like my portable steam cleaner with nothing but one of them when the battery was stolen. The new one, no battery signal, no power.

The new one also failed at jumping a 12V skid steer, with a regular automobile sized battery that was completely dead, I mean not enough to get a click. I went back and got one of the ol ones, and it started right up. The new one would not sense the proper voltage, so would not activate

For jumping a Jeep, the new ones do just fine, as do the old ones.
 

wayoflife

Administrator
Staff member
I think there was a thread just for this but can’t find it, how’s this jump pack holding up? Looking to replace a dieing one and now that people have some use on it how’s it doing? Wish you got a bigger version, how many jumps do you get per charge. Blah blah blah.
Also it’s on sale for 60 bucks
I have this exact one https://amzn.to/3ePtfCc

And, I was able to use it to start Moby's 6.2L with it. My previous one wasn't able to. So far, it's been holding up well.
 

Snboarder113

Active Member
I have one, and am happy so far. I have not had it long enough to pass full judgement on it though.

I have one complaint, and it is common to all the new ones. I have two older units, forget the brand, but they will do things this and most of the others won't. The "safety" features won't allow unconventional uses. They have to sense the proper battery voltage of they won't power up. I can use two old ones carefully, and jump 24V construction equipment, the new ones won't.
I have also ran thing like my portable steam cleaner with nothing but one of them when the battery was stolen. The new one, no battery signal, no power.

The new one also failed at jumping a 12V skid steer, with a regular automobile sized battery that was completely dead, I mean not enough to get a click. I went back and got one of the ol ones, and it started right up. The new one would not sense the proper voltage, so would not activate

For jumping a Jeep, the new ones do just fine, as do the old ones.
Yeah I know what you mean I have a couple battery chargers like that that I hate, the trick is to use jumper cables to another battery that has ‘some’ voltage. I wonder how low the jump pack can go before it no longer can “sense” being hooked up. I’m replacing an old one that didn’t have that safety feature and I’m not sure I’m willing to deal with it for all the things I use it for, it won’t be a dedicated leave it in the trunk thing, mowers that sit most the year, cars that do the same, boat that hasn’t seen a charger in forever, cars that have no battery at all and you just want to move them real quick etc etc.
I have this exact one https://amzn.to/3ePtfCc

And, I was able to use it to start Moby's 6.2L with it. My previous one wasn't able to. So far, it's been holding up well.
yeah that’s the one I was looking at off the Amazon list as I know a bunch of guys bought it when it was first on sale. Do you get a good amount of jumps or haven’t had the need to do more than one in between charging

after some light googling it looks like they all need 2v, but there are some with a “manual override” like the “noco” that turns off all the safety features. 🤔
After more googling its showing the tack life and the top vision (both top brands on Amazon) both cranking an engine with no battery, so now I’m confused. Can anyone confirm that the tack life requires to see voltage to function or if maybe there’s a dance you can do to bypass ?
 
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HighwayTrout

Active Member
I’ve used it twice to jump start my lawn mower and once to jump my neighbors side by side.
Great investment. I have no doubt it’ll be up to the task to jump any of my vehicles even though I haven’t had the need yet.
 
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