Half Price Solar-Powered 12V 12W Battery Charger @ Maplin £39.99 - HotUKDeals
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Half Price Solar-powered 12v 12w battery charger. Normally £79.99


My Dad has a few of these on his boat to keep his batteries topped up.

Converts daylight into electricity to charge 12V batteries, extending battery life
Suitable for trickle charging a wide range of batteries and power packs
Requires only daylight (not direct sunlight)
Amorphous solar panel charges even in cloudy and overcast weather
Blocking diode prevents reverse charging and protects battery discharge at night
Pre-cut holes for easy mounting
Link up to 10 panels together for increased power
Ideal for indoor and outdoor use
Perfect for batteries stored in caravans, boats and vehicles in long-term storage
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Hope this links works!

Link not working for me on main one above, try this one. :@)
Completely useless. I bought one and returned it.
Strange, my Dad reckoned they work for him. Perhaps it is sunnier on his boat ;-)
Link up to 10 panels together for increased power x £39.99......**** what a joke!
looks a decent enough panel, voted hot here
I'm using a 5watt Panel to run outside lighting and it works a treat, no need for mains power outside. This panel would keep the battery topped up faster though, might grab one. Should also be powerful enought for usb device charging with the right connectors.
Completely useless. I bought one and returned it.
these are not meant to be a mains charger replacement you know,as these only supply a max of 1 amp and a car battery for example is normally 40 amp,it would take 40 hours to charge a dead one,so dont know if you bought it expecting to charge it like a mains powered one

Edited By: marsh5000 on Sep 11, 2010 21:42: trying to be more accurate

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