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Battery Starter and Charger 12v/24v 200A complete with jump leads 66% off Just £33 plus £5 delivery £38.00

MikeTMikeT[mod]

Just spotted another clearance bargain, now you can be real profesional when your car refuses to start cause the battery is flat, wheel out the starter/charger and crank it up with the supplied jump leads. These normally sell for in eccess of £100.
Yes I did buy one ;-)

Portable unit with charging output 12/24V. Charging current 20A. Cranking current 120A. 2 charging steps, polarity inversion, fast charge facility and ammeter. Includes jump leads.

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    neal
    http://www.toolstation.com/images/library/stock/webbig/91032.jpg

    thats a fine looking charger!
    MikeT
    MikeT[mod]7 years, 4 months ago #2Show comment tools Reply
    Cant exactly stick it in the boot for starting the car while at the shops but its a fair bit of kit for well less than the normal price.
    I just removed my extra picture as yours looks nicer ;-)
    Shengis
    Beasty.
    neal
    local to me as well, i will go and get one these tomorrow saving on the delivery...
    Shengis
    neal
    local to me as well, i will go and get one these tomorrow saving on the delivery...

    Loon. Buy something for £2 and have it delivered. Have to say TS are an excellent company, much better than Screwfix:whistling: :giggle:
    neal
    i am in town anyway... why get it delivered, runs off to turn up heater and leave the windows open...
    MikeT
    MikeT[mod]7 years, 4 months ago #7Show comment tools Reply
    Shengis
    Loon. Buy something for £2 and have it delivered. Have to say TS are an excellent company, much better than Screwfix:whistling: :giggle:


    He is saving £5 by collecting as its £5 delivery, so saving £7 if you want him to buy something else to get it delivered ;-)

    Toolstation is I think owned by the guy who started Screwfix before selling it to B&Q group
    Shengis
    MikeT
    He is saving £5 by collecting as its £5 delivery, so saving £7 if you want him to buy something else to get it delivered ;-)

    Toolstation is I think owned by the guy who started Screwfix before selling it to B&Q group

    Free delivery over £40:p Bet it weighs a fair bit as well, worth that £2 unless they have free parking outside ;-)

    Have you noticed how B&Q screwed Screwfix up? Very clever man, get B&Q's money then start a new company and use his contacts to offer cheaper prices. Nice one:-D
    neal
    [SIZE=2]thanks for the offer Shengis if you could order me one and get it to me in the morning i would be grateful! £33 via paypal ok?[/SIZE]
    tarcus
    Fiddlesticks, appears to have expired, unless someone can point me to where it's moved to?
    MikeT
    MikeT[mod]7 years, 4 months ago #11Show comment tools Reply
    All gone now tarcus, sorry too late.
    sharkface
    MikeT
    All gone now tarcus, sorry too late.


    Yes they have all been sold out, but there are other another cheaper battery chargers that they are doing for £12 (Code: 60674) and also one for £8 (Code: 37255)

    Free delivery for orders worth £40+
    Shengis
    sharkface
    Yes they have all been sold out, but there are other another cheaper battery chargers that they are doing for £12 (Code: 60674) and also one for £8 (Code: 37255)

    Free delivery for orders worth £40+

    http://www.toolstation.com/images/library/stock/webbig/60674.jpg
    That actually looks better than the more expensive 25A SIP model they sell:?

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