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Nutrend.com via Newegg has Battery Tender Jr. 12V 750mA Battery Charger (021-0123) on sale for $25.99 - $5 w/ promo code BT0216 = $20.99. Shipping is Free. Thanks ksnh
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Newegg [newegg.com] has the Battery Tender Jr. #021-0123 12V Battery Charger (Newegg) - $20.99 after $5 coupon code BT0216 (sale price ends 6/24). Free expedited shipping (3-5 days).

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"The Battery Tender® Jr. offers much more than a trickle charger could offer. It has a brain. It's lightweight, compact, and fully automatic; very easy to use, especially in small spaces. It will keep your battery fully charged so that it is ready to go when you are!"
- Perfect for all lead-acid, flooded or sealed maintenance free batteries (AGM and gel cell).
-Complete 4-step charging program (Initialization, Bulk Charge, Absorption Mode, Float Mode).
-Automatically switches to float / maintenance voltage after fully charging the battery.
-If the battery voltage drops too far under load, full charger output power resumes.
-Solid state two color LED indicates stage of charger.
-Spark proof.
-Reverse polarity protected.
-12' output cord.
-5 year warranty
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I have had mine for about 7 years, it's been dropped several times, left out in moderate rain (forgot I was charging my car after it was sitting for a while) and and generally neglected, yet it still puts a good charge on the battery I use for my son's power wheels. It's also revived a couple batteries I couldn't charge with a generic one I had in the past. HF may be good enough, but I'll pay extra now that I've seen what this little guy can do.
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The Battery Tender has half again more available charging rate (750 ma v. 4-500 ma), replaceable fuse, heavier duty clamps, and comes with a quick disconnect harness (in addition to regular terminal clamps) that you can hard wire to battery terminals and leave in place. Worth the extra $, IMO.
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Heavier doesn't automatically denote better quality, Lighter could well mean that electronics have become more efficient, thus requiring a smaller transformer. All other things being equal, I prefer lighter as it equals less damage to case if dropped on the floor.
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Good price. Sold and Shipped by: Nutrend.com which is the auto parts subsidiary of Newegg.
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I use this as a maintenance (float) charger for my generator. Haven't bought a new battery in 5 years, where before the BT it was every 2-3 years.
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Would this work well for a golf cart in the winter months? I have a 4 x 12 volt configuration. One time my batteries went so dead that my charger did not recognize the batteries and would not charge. Looking to avoid that.
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Would this work well for a golf cart in the winter months? I have a 4 x 12 volt configuration. One time my batteries went so dead that my charger did not recognize the batteries and would not charge. Looking to avoid that.
No, you couldn't use this unless you unhooked the batteries from the 48 volt configuration.
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These are nice, but the harbor freight options are so cheap and do the same job, I just cant justify buying the name brand one.
I have had mine for about 7 years, it's been dropped several times, left out in moderate rain (forgot I was charging my car after it was sitting for a while) and and generally neglected, yet it still puts a good charge on the battery I use for my son's power wheels. It's also revived a couple batteries I couldn't charge with a generic one I had in the past. HF may be good enough, but I'll pay extra now that I've seen what this little guy can do.
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These are nice, but the harbor freight options are so cheap and do the same job, I just cant justify buying the name brand one.
The Battery Tender has half again more available charging rate (750 ma v. 4-500 ma), replaceable fuse, heavier duty clamps, and comes with a quick disconnect harness (in addition to regular terminal clamps) that you can hard wire to battery terminals and leave in place. Worth the extra $, IMO.
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Got one for my kid's power wheels (and an adapter on eBay) and it's awesome for keeping the battery always ready to go. I think there was a better deal on Newegg though where they gave you a $7.00 credit previously. At this price, I highly recommend it anyways.
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I have had mine for about 7 years, it's been dropped several times, left out in moderate rain (forgot I was charging my car after it was sitting for a while) and and generally neglected, yet it still puts a good charge on the battery I use for my son's power wheels. It's also revived a couple batteries I couldn't charge with a generic one I had in the past. HF may be good enough, but I'll pay extra now that I've seen what this little guy can do.
These are a new version and feel cheap compared to the one I bought 5 years ago. Both of mine are still working, haven't used the new one too much. Just going off of feel of the new compared to the old, much lighter specifically.
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These are a new version and feel cheap compared to the one I bought 5 years ago. Both of mine are still working, haven't used the new one too much. Just going off of feel of the new compared to the old, much lighter specifically.
Heavier doesn't automatically denote better quality, Lighter could well mean that electronics have become more efficient, thus requiring a smaller transformer. All other things being equal, I prefer lighter as it equals less damage to case if dropped on the floor.
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There seem to be several other smart float chargers on Amazon with just as good reviews for half the price. What makes this one worth the higher price?
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For me, since it is hooked up a lot unattended, this is a good quality brand for peace of mind. At times I wish I also had a true charger on hand; trickle can take several days on a low battery.
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