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Challenge 12V Trickle Car Battery Charger at Argos for £12.99
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Challenge 12V Trickle Car Battery Charger at Argos for £12.99

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Posted 13th Dec 2018

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Price updated now £12.99! Handy for the cold winter months ahead!

Probably not the best premium battery charger for car enthusiasts, but for your average car owner this can be very useful. Thought this was now a great price and worth sharing with the colder weather ahead.

Clearance item but seems few in stock
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573 reviews 4.3/5

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Features include overload, short circuit and reverse polarity protection for added peace of mind. Ideal for charging 6/12V lead acid batteries with a capacity of 15 - 80Ah. Not suitable for Gel/Leisure batteries. Product dimensions: L17.5 x W 9 x D16cm. Weight 1.5Kg. Manual here documents.4rgos.it/v1/static/7404355_R_D001

Mains operated (240v - 64W) it can take up to 16 hours to fully charge your vehicle's battery.

Suitable for petrol engines up to 1800cc and diesel engines up to 1400cc. Batteries with a capacity of 15 - 80Ah.

+Charge time up to 16 hours.
+Reverse polarity indicator.
+Short circuit protection.
+Overload protection.

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Reviews are good.
Great price!?
Cheap and cheerful.
I bought this around 2 months ago. Works pretty well.

Battery went from ~11V up to 13.5V in the space of about 6 hours.

The lights on the front are weird. All lights except Max and 100% need to go out before it's fully charged. I had to put a bit of tape over the lights to stop them blinding me as well.

It seems pretty well built too as I managed to drop it twice from waist height and it was still working fine.
Edited by: "1nvjoqjm" 13th Dec 2018
good for the price
Shocking deal, I've got one and it's great for my needs have some heat
Where is the deal just normal price
Silly question, but do you just plug these onto the battery terminals and it charges the battery. Is it that simple
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