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RAC Car Battery Charger - £15.00 @ Woolworths

£15.00 @ Woolworths
Was £24.99, Now £15.00 + £4.50 delivery or collect from store Left your lights on? Flattened your car battery? Luckily, help is always at hand with an extra-fast battery charger from the RAC. It co… Read More
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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
Was £24.99, Now £15.00 + £4.50 delivery or collect from store

Left your lights on? Flattened your car battery? Luckily, help is always at hand with an extra-fast battery charger from the RAC. It comes with all the equipment you need to re-charge your battery and get back on the road. Why not keep it in your car in case you get stuck when you're out and about?
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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Lidl are doing one for 9.99...

So whats great about this charger???

Aj
#2
http://www.woolworths.co.uk//product_images/13/72/13/13721389.jpg
#3
ajaymp


So whats great about this charger???

Aj


It's Orange, and has RAC on it:thumbsup:
#4
"Why not keep it in your car in case you get stuck when you're out and about?"

So if you break down on the moors, all you need then is 10 miles of flex to plug it in at the nearest house.........
#5
pedroman
"Why not keep it in your car in case you get stuck when you're out and about?"

So if you break down on the moors, all you need then is 10 miles of flex to plug it in at the nearest house.........



I guess you could always carry a battery charger & a medium sized diesel generator for such an occurence.
#6
pedroman
"Why not keep it in your car in case you get stuck when you're out and about?"

So if you break down on the moors, all you need then is 10 miles of flex to plug it in at the nearest house.........


You could power it with an invertor lol:w00t:
#7
Of course the answer is on the charger, call the RAC..........
#8
my "orange RAC" jet wash from woolies ony lastedjust over a year.
#9
pedroman;1722181
"Why not keep it in your car in case you get stuck when you're out and about?"

So if you break down on the moors, all you need then is 10 miles of flex to plug it in at the nearest house.........

No, this is a battery itself - you charge it up first then leave it sitting charged in your car then you use its stored power to jump start the car.

John
#10
Johnmcl7
No, this is a battery itself - you charge it up first then leave it sitting charged in your car then you use its stored power to jump start the car.

John


This is the one with the built in battery:thumbsup:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7402113/Trail/C%24cip%3D1500011159.Garden%2C%2BDIY%2Band%2Bleisure%3EC%24cip%3D1500011188.Car%2Bequipment%3EC%24cip%3D1500011195.Car%2Bbattery%2Bchargers.htm

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