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Promoted 08-23-2016 by qwikwit at 12:47 PM View Original Post
Nutrend via Newegg has Battery Tender Jr. 12V 0.75 Amp Junior High Efficiency Battery Charger/Maintainer (022-0192) on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DealSan

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The Battery Tender Jr. 12V 0.75 Amp Junior High Efficiency Battery Charger/Maintainer (022-0192) is well reviewed on Amazon earning 4.6 out of 5 stars based on over 240 reviews. -qwikwit

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Edited August 23, 2016 at 11:34 AM by jersharocks
Nutrend, via Newegg, has the Battery Tender Jr. 022-0192 12V 0.75Amp Junior High Efficiency Battery Charger/Maintainer for $19.99

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...08C2KH9411
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Good deal, thanks
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Newegg has had this price several times in the past. Picked up one a couple of times ago, and it works well. I use it a lot for charging UPS batteries.
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Good deal...I use this on my car battery when I get back from a vacation. Modern cars are a pain b/c there are so many bells and whistles that draw power all the time. I can leave my 20 year old Explorer parked for months and it'll fire right up, but my brand new Focus will drain a battery in a few weeks if it isn't driven or charged.
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will this charge my leaf/
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Just to throw it in the, but the HFT version can be had for like $6-8 but many have reported issues with that cheap one.
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will this charge my leaf/
leaves get charged with sun and water.
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Quote from bigbearballs View Post :
will this charge my leaf/
If you mean Nissan Leaf, betting that's a big no. This is a 12V charger and EVs require greater then 12V to run their drive motors. They might have a 12V for accessories though and this would charge that smaller battery.
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Quote from Crushinator5000 View Post :
Good deal...I use this on my car battery when I get back from a vacation. Modern cars are a pain b/c there are so many bells and whistles that draw power all the time. I can leave my 20 year old Explorer parked for months and it'll fire right up, but my brand new Focus will drain a battery in a few weeks if it isn't driven or charged.
RE: your Focus: thanks again to 'often newer (& not always better) overreaching technology/ever-increasing government regulations'. I'm gonna be SOOOO mad if the Feds start messing w/silly fines/taxes (emission crap) on pre-1980 'classic vehicles'. Grrrrrr.

Regarding this charger: my neighbor has one & he's quite fond of his. I borrowed it once & it worked just fine charging up my dead riding lawnmower battery.

Curious if anyone knows if it will work (with some minor wiring DIY modifications, I'm pretty sure) in charging a ride-on/Powerwheels type 6/12 volt battery?
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Thanks again to 'often newer (& not always better) overreaching technology/ever-increasing government regulations'.

Regarding this charger: my neighbor has one & he's quite fond of his. I borrowed it once & it worked fine charging up my lawnmower battery.

Curious if anyone knows if it will work (with some minor wiring DIY modifications, I'm pretty sure) in charging a ride-on/Powerwheels type 6/12 volt battery?
I just used mine to charge a 12v one. no idea about 6v though
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Awesome thank you!!!
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Quote from listverse View Post :
RE: your Focus: thanks again to 'often newer (& not always better) overreaching technology/ever-increasing government regulations'. I'm gonna be SOOOO mad if the Feds start messing w/silly fines/taxes (emission crap) on pre-1980 'classic vehicles'. Grrrrrr.

Regarding this charger: my neighbor has one & he's quite fond of his. I borrowed it once & it worked just fine charging up my dead riding lawnmower battery.

Curious if anyone knows if it will work (with some minor wiring DIY modifications, I'm pretty sure) in charging a ride-on/Powerwheels type 6/12 volt battery?
If it is 12V, it should work fine with no modification.
It is not for 6V.
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To the guy who's running his car battery down and having to recharge it, I'd strongly suggest a quick terminal disconnect. Amazon has one for cheap, and constantly draining and recharging a battery is not only bad for your battery, but your alternator as well.
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Great timing, need one of these. Thanks.
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