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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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MikeT [mod] 7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
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neal#1
http://www.toolstation.com/images/library/stock/webbig/91032.jpg

thats a fine looking charger!
MikeT[mod]#2
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#3
Beasty.
neal#4
local to me as well, i will go and get one these tomorrow saving on the delivery...
Shengis#5
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#6
i am in town anyway... why get it delivered, runs off to turn up heater and leave the windows open...
MikeT[mod]#7
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#8
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#9
[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#10
Fiddlesticks, appears to have expired, unless someone can point me to where it's moved to?
MikeT[mod]#11
All gone now tarcus, sorry too late.
sharkface#12
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#13
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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