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Worth a special mention of its own, rather than just included in the general Lidl posts - this is a rather special battery charger, very much like the much more expensive CTEK models, but at a fraction of the price.

Electronic, versatile and capable of dealing with problems that an ordinary charger couldn't cope with.

Buy one for the cold weather battery problems - but be early. These are likely to sell out quickly.

Electronically controlled, fully automatic charging with LED indicator
Choose from continuous charging function or trickle charging with thermal overload and reverse polarity protection
Charging cable with insulated clips
Suitable for most 6V and 12V car or motorcycle batteries with a 1.2- 120Ah capacity
4 variable charging rates, max. (A): 3.8
Operating voltage: 220-240V~ 50/60Hz
Recovery mode helps to prevent sulphation
Size (cm): 19.5 x 6.7 x 4.4
Cable length (m): 1.9
3 year manufacturer’s warranty

Video here: http://www.lidl.co.uk/cps/rde/xchg/lidl_uk/hs.xsl/index_27894.htm

Available from Thurday 19 January.

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davver99 15 Likes #1
very similar to ctek


so like a golf
disneygirl#2
Don't know if its just me but can't see it on site. Is it like a charger or a jump starter/
Inactive 1 Like #3
I have this charger, it really is superb.

Watch the video at Lidl to see how good it is.

Great value for money.

Heat added.
Inactive#4
disneygirl
Don't know if its just me but can't see it on site. Is it like a charger or a jump starter/



Some items are " area specific ", so may not be in your area.
mercslkman#5
when you go to the site click continue without post code and it will bring it up
disneygirl
Don't know if its just me but can't see it on site. Is it like a charger or a jump starter/
Newbold#6
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disneygirl
Don't know if its just me but can't see it on site. Is it like a charger or a jump starter/



Some items are " area specific ", so may not be in your area.

You might need to enter a postcode to view the charger. Worth a look, though - these are really quite exceptional and a steal at the price. There's nothing else like it on the market at anywhere near this price.
smallstools#7
Looks a good little charger
PiloTT#8
I have one of these also...very clever piece of kit. Very good value HOT!
heavymetal12345#9
Is this really as good as CTEK 'cos the CTEK ones are brillant
Shambles#10
Looks fantastic :D

http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y297/ShamblesX/lidl.png
Beano007 1 Like #11
I bought one to replace my old charger when it wouldn't charge my Bike battery, this also wouldn't charge it nor would the one I bought to replace this one. Turns out most chargers won't charge when the battery output falls below 4 volts I think it is. If your battery is completely dead this won't charge it (I have since borrowed a more expensive battery charger which done the job). Seems pretty good from the manual though
Inactive 1 Like #12
heavymetal12345
Is this really as good as CTEK 'cos the CTEK ones are brillant



I would say yes, but I only ever borrowed a CTEK, I own this one, it is fantastic

Best £13 I have spent in a long while.(_;)
fozzy17#13
i have two which keep my two motorbikes on constant charge in my garage, as ive got through a few batterys by not keeping them optimised..
samwants2save#14
so, are these things like 'trickle' charges which you plug into say eg. mobility scooter to ensure the battery never dies and is always kept topped up?
Newbold#15
samwants2save
so, are these things like 'trickle' charges which you plug into say eg. mobility scooter to ensure the battery never dies and is always kept topped up?

Exactly - it can be left charging indefinitely.
discowillsuspended#16
Thanks OP. Will pop down Thursday.
llywmog#17
Beano007
I bought one to replace my old charger when it wouldn't charge my Bike battery, this also wouldn't charge it nor would the one I bought to replace this one. Turns out most chargers won't charge when the battery output falls below 4 volts I think it is. If your battery is completely dead this won't charge it (I have since borrowed a more expensive battery charger which done the job). Seems pretty good from the manual though


second this. i have one and it will not charge a dead battery.
urmum#18
battery on my bike was flat the other week so put this on to charge it. it started charging ok but then got to where it thought the battery was charged and stopped. i fitted the battery back on the bike and it was not charged enough to turn the engine once let alone start it. i tried 3 times and in the end used another `non-intelligent` charger which worked fine.
collectorcol 3 Likes #19
Deserves a bit of heat for the longest title I've ever seen oO
gari189[helper]#20
Used this to trickle charge a bike battery and to re-charge a flat car battery. One thing to be aware of - it took about 10 minutes for it to start charging the car battery (no indicator lights) so at first thought the charger was knackered.....

Edited By: gari189 on Jan 16, 2012 19:04

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