When I was sixteen and got my drivers license, my uncle gave me a gift that’s followed me for the last 25 years: heavy-duty jumper cables, 20′ long and made of about zero-gauge copper wire. When my kids started driving I knew they wouldn’t appreciate such quality, so all the other “fleet” vehicles ended up with Wal-Mart specials that come in a plastic zipper bag and run less than $10. I’ve noticed that those bags keep their cables neat and tidy, whereas mine are always getting caught around something in the trunk or the bottom of my bed box. Bucket Boss’s Jumper and Extension Cord Bag has my name on it.
It’ll store jumper cables, extension cords, or whatever else you can cram in there. Extra pockets on the front can store small items, and it sports a handle made of a double-web material. The durable round bag is small enough to fit inside the spare tire on most vehicles that have the tire in the vehicle.
The Bucket Boss Jumper Cable and Extension Cord Bag sells for about $20 — jumper cables not included.