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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-12-17, 09:51 AM Thread Starter
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Battery charger

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What´s the good brand of battery charger? the duracell jump starter drljs20, black and decker bc15bd and schumaker sc3 and 9 they are good?
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Re: Battery charger

Do you want a jump starter or a battery charger and what is it you need it for ? The Duracell DRLJS20 Portable Lithium Ion Car Jump Starter seems quite good .A friend just bought a similar unit from QVC last week for his wife to keep in glove box .Check the reviews and see what best suits your requirements .

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Re: Battery charger

Here's a good batter charger.



I have one, I swear by it! It has a transformer and its heavy. Like a battery charger should be

Edit..I don't know when AutoGuide decided to start goofing with the Amazon links on the forum. I apologize.

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Re: Battery charger

Any idea why this applies ( below ) ? Looks a good charger , does everything needed .Similar to an older model I have which weight is very deceptive for its size .Also have a heavy duty power pack which comes in handy .

" This product cannot be shipped to Oregon or California. "

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Re: Battery charger

I can answer that. Read an article a few months ago that California and Oregon now require battery chargers sold in their states has to be more energy efficient. These old type transformer chargers are power hungry.
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