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Home & Garden
Bluetooth Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £19.99 - LIDL (Sanitas) - Connects with the Health Coach app - Includes possible Cardiac Arrhythmia alert - More LIDL Healthy Living Promotions in the deal description
Available at Lidl from 28th September for £19.99 Connects with the Health Coach app for monitoring results (especially when arriving home from the game/match) Automatically measures blood pressure and… Read more
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Gyahhhhhhh!!! I genuinely bought one this afternoon from Argos. That's going back. Thanks for increasing my blood pressure.

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Groceries
LIDL DEALS 21st-27th September Garlic 4 Pack 59p, British Baking Potatoes 59p per kg, Spinach 250g 59p, British Cauliflower 59p |||||| 28th-4th October- Baby Corn 79p, Mango 79p, Conference Pears 79p, Mushrooms 79p
LIDL DEALS 21st September Thursday - 27th September Wednesday Fruit And Veg Garlic 4 Pack 59p British Baking Potatoes 59p per kg Spinach 250g 59p British Cauliflower 59p Meat Chicken En Croute … Read more
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Looks like for real bargain prices on veg and fruit we will have to wait until Christmas when everybody fights for the xmas dinner qudos.

Thank you for your post

col1151 m ago

I too think Lidl fruit /deals have gone down hill so not really a Hot deal …I too think Lidl fruit /deals have gone down hill so not really a Hot deal any more but it still gets posted every week and still goes hot! I think people see it and just vote hot regardless, I think I'll start posting a list of Tesco fruit & veg every week regardless of price



Why not ?
If You remove the Super Weekend Up To 50% this is then just a list of things Lidl sell might as well post the leaflet as the deal
Heres a taster of what that would look like - hotukdeals.com/dea…733
Edited by: "VCB-160" 21st Sep

col1127 m ago

I too think Lidl fruit /deals have gone down hill so not really a Hot deal …I too think Lidl fruit /deals have gone down hill so not really a Hot deal any more but it still gets posted every week and still goes hot! I think people see it and just vote hot regardless, I think I'll start posting a list of Tesco fruit & veg every week regardless of price



Great, when will you be starting

ogeran50 m ago

i agree, there seems to be few if any good deals the last few weeks, maybe …i agree, there seems to be few if any good deals the last few weeks, maybe month or so. having said that still vote hot


I too think Lidl fruit /deals have gone down hill so not really a Hot deal any more but it still gets posted every week and still goes hot! I think people see it and just vote hot regardless, I think I'll start posting a list of Tesco fruit & veg every week regardless of price
Edited by: "col11" 21st Sep
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Groceries
Sure Motion Sense Antiperspirant spray only 37p at Lidl!
Cans of Sure Motion Sense Antiperspirant spray (Williams Racing edition), originally 99p, then 74p, now only 37p each! This price ticket was put up after close of business tonight, so will be valid fr… Read more
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Gollywood2 h, 8 m ago

So how do these work? Like a motion sensing camera?


Yup - to apply the product you have to stand in a star position, nod your head to select the "Spray" option, then tap your right foot to select!

So how do these work? Like a motion sensing camera?

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Groceries
440 Typhoo Teabags for £3.99 @ Lidl
Not the strongest but under a penny a bag!
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Typhoo's OK-ish. But not what I'd buy usually. Yorkshire Teabags, but mainly Twinings English Breakfast.
The cheapies aren't worth using with ALL Morrisons Teabags, especially the so-called "executive" ones are atrocious. Avoid Morrisons teabags and pretty much everything (apart from their soups) Even Lidl's mown brand are better than Morrisons own brand top teabags (and Lidl's are poor) Whoops got off subject there.
Typhoos OK but prefer to spend a little more for a make with more taste
Edited by: "PhilK" 20th Sep

These are the one cup bags.

This is the worst tea ive tasted!

Good price if these are the normal bags last time my local lidl had them on offer they were the one cup ones

Good price.

Shame though as I don't like tea, I like gin.
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Kids
Kids Light-Up Wellington Boots £7.99, Fleece lined waterproof jacket £7.99, Waterproof Trousers £5.99 @Lidl 21/09
This Thursday at Lidl 21/09/17 Childrens Waterproof Jacket £7.99 1 - 8yrs ,Perfect for rainy days, with a warm fleece lining Windproof and waterproof with sealed seams With reflective detai… Read more
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here comes the winter 😣

Great timing, thanks
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Home & Garden
Ultimate Speed Mini Compressor £12.99 @ Lidl
Suitable for inflating car tyres Powered by a 12V cigarette lighter plug Max. air capacity: 35L/min Max. operating pressure: 10 bar Includes 4 adaptors for items such as balls, air mattresses and … Read more
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portgordon4 h, 36 m ago

Yes very true. I should have said interesting idea just hadn’t …Yes very true. I should have said interesting idea just hadn’t considered an adapter before. I think something along the lines of this is what I am after (the t-max does look good though):100PSI Multi-functional Household 240V AC Electric Air Pump /Air Compressor for Car Tyres and Heavy Duty Tyre Inflator to the Ball https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01JIOM8NA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_VzNWzbZ8PG57K



This seems to be a better spec for the same price.
amazon.co.uk/RAC…CM/

The one you linked to I'd worry wouldn't be that great.

If you do have the space, for £20 more you could get an Aldi 25ltr mains air compressor.
Ok, for tyres you do have to wait for it to get some pressure up - but then it's much more powerful, so possibly quicker in some cicumstances for tyres anyway.

_g_57 m ago

devils_advicateabove has very helpfully shown that it IS a bad …devils_advicateabove has very helpfully shown that it IS a bad idea!Certainly in this case they will draw way more than the 5A the 12v transformer will provide.You could make a transformer up from an old PC power supply that would provide 20A, but probably not worth the effort.Typically this sort of pumps are designed for vehicle use so have DC motors - that way it makes a lot more sense to power from a native DC source than transform a good number of watts down to 12v DC.There are a few options for smaller AC pumps, but for the portability in a vehicle aspect, I prefer to stick to DC. As above; if you've got the cash and space the T-Max Adventurer will happily inflate tyres very quickly compared to something like this.

Yes very true. I should have said interesting idea just hadn’t considered an adapter before. I think something along the lines of this is what I am after (the t-max does look good though):

100PSI Multi-functional Household 240V AC Electric Air Pump /Air Compressor for Car Tyres and Heavy Duty Tyre Inflator to the Ball
amazon.co.uk/dp/…57K
Edited by: "portgordon" 20th Sep

portgordon52 m ago

Not a bad shout! But I’d be hoping that a mains powered compressor could b …Not a bad shout! But I’d be hoping that a mains powered compressor could be slightly larger and more powerful (without being as large as your usual very expensive workshop compressor) - I’m looking for something in between. An adapter could be a very good solution though to at least run the compressor I already have from the mains, so thank you!



devils_advicateabove has very helpfully shown that it IS a bad idea!
Certainly in this case they will draw way more than the 5A the 12v transformer will provide.

You could make a transformer up from an old PC power supply that would provide 20A, but probably not worth the effort.

Typically this sort of pumps are designed for vehicle use so have DC motors - that way it makes a lot more sense to power from a native DC source than transform a good number of watts down to 12v DC.

There are a few options for smaller AC pumps, but for the portability in a vehicle aspect, I prefer to stick to DC. As above; if you've got the cash and space the T-Max Adventurer will happily inflate tyres very quickly compared to something like this.

Master.G18th Sep

You could always combine it with one of these. …You could always combine it with one of these. http://www.halfords.com/camping-leisure/camping/coolboxes/halfords-mains-to-12v-accessory-adaptor-new?cm_mmc=Google+PLA-_-Camping-_-Coolboxes-_-290806&istCompanyId=b8708c57-7a02-4cf6-b2c0-dc36b54a327e&istItemId=xpwmlltaar&istBid=tzwt&_$ja=tsid:94971|cid:868555882|agid:49387673732|tid:pla-327965431649|crid:203456299395|nw:g|rnd:12600442574882596614|dvc:c|adp:1o2|loc:9046300&gclid=CjwKCAjw3f3NBRBPEiwAiiHxGCCTTabjda2GsAD7yHABnlykQDg6CcurmUUInToRX9pTxHYNzE-ePxoCd-EQAvD_BwE

Not a bad shout! But I’d be hoping that a mains powered compressor could be slightly larger and more powerful (without being as large as your usual very expensive workshop compressor) - I’m looking for something in between. An adapter could be a very good solution though to at least run the compressor I already have from the mains, so thank you!

my tyre inflator got trapped in the boot of my Mercedes when it got crunched in a road collision
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Home & Garden
Silvercrest digital luggage scale £3.99 @ Lidl
Max. 50kg Accurately weighs luggage, parcels, etc.
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I was going to buy this but then I saw one for £1.99 in Home Bargains. Different brand but I've had a couple of Silver Crest items and not been impressed.

I think that's where my problem is... I'm obviously a weakling! ;-)
Edited by: "riapat7" 18th Sep

riapat71 h, 49 m ago

These are so fiddly to use as you have to be able to carry that weight on …These are so fiddly to use as you have to be able to carry that weight on the really thin strap..maybe it's just me but bought one and used it once and gave up completely!

You clip the bag you want to weigh on the strap then hold the body of the scales to read the weight. Easy, as long as you can lift your own bag.

riapat723 m ago

These are so fiddly to use as you have to be able to carry that weight on …These are so fiddly to use as you have to be able to carry that weight on the really thin strap..maybe it's just me but bought one and used it once and gave up completely!

I never had trouble using them.
I actually think they pretty good.

These are so fiddly to use as you have to be able to carry that weight on the really thin strap..maybe it's just me but bought one and used it once and gave up completely!
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Groceries
Chef Select Steak and Ale Puff Pastry Pie (235g) Only 85p @ Lidl
Chef Select Steak and Ale Puff Pastry Pie (235g) Only 85p https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Products.htm?articleId=5103 Chef Select Cheese and Onion Quiche (400g) ONLY £1.25 https://www.lidl.co.uk/en… Read more
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robin585810 h, 23 m ago

I've eaten these. I believe it's about 28% beef content.

​Actually been in Lidl's today. They have 32% beef content.

I also dropped into Aldi. They do a steak pie. Same weight, no ale ,no puff pastry top but have a beef content of 53%. So if you want lots of beef content go for Aldi's version.

Not a fan of these, nor the frozen Lidl beef pies, minimal meat content and the meat that was inside was small chunks and fatty.

rubberbullets4 h, 11 m ago

Great but I'll bet he don't sell it for 85p?


I bet you could get 235g of it for 85p

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thomasleep19 h, 35 m ago

Other alternatives are available!!! …Other alternatives are available!!! http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/steakpie_85721 this is just one



Great but I'll bet he don't sell it for 85p?

I've eaten these. I believe it's about 28% beef content.
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Home & Garden
Dolce Gusto Compatible Pods £2.49 @ Lidl
Found in my local Lidl 3 varieties, latte macchiato, lungo and cappuccino I myself have a Nespresso however seen these and thought they might be useful for those who have a Dolce Gusto machine.
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Tried the Lidl pods tonight and for for £2.49 they are pretty nice I thought.

£3.50 a box for proper ones at JTF if anyones bothered

philbean18th Sep

Yeah I was gonna try the Asda ones but a colleague told me they were pants.


The Americano one's are actually lovely and almost as good as the originals.

Just bought some of these Lidl pods tonight so fingers crossed they are equally as good.

How many in a bag?

If its only 10 its the same price that the originals are often at of £4 a box as there are 16 in theirs. Tried the Cafe Pod ones - they are OK but often £3 for 10 making them more expensive than originals.

Yeah I was gonna try the Asda ones but a colleague told me they were pants.
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Home & Garden
Dishwasher tablets £2.95 @ Lidl
Thought I sore these for £1.79 in store, going to check tomorrow - still cheap at £3 so thought I would post it anyway
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faz196412 h, 2 m ago

Used them for a while but recently been leaving a white film on …Used them for a while but recently been leaving a white film on everything. Switched back to finish and problem solved.



I had a similar problem with greyish residue on stainless steel when using cheap Finish all in one classic tablets bought from one of the budget chains, they were made in Poland and not intended for the UK market though, so may be a different formulation.

I stopped using Lidl's dishwasher tablets after they changed the formula as they weren't washing as well as their old stuff. I find the Aldi all in one tablets are currently much better.
Edited by: "melted" 17th Sep

pcs70389 h, 55 m ago

Most dishwasher tabs are 3 in 1 that include salt and rinse aidThese are …Most dishwasher tabs are 3 in 1 that include salt and rinse aidThese are the 'standard' ones that are just detergent. So you will definitely need salt, especially if your water is hard, and rinse aid.Most modern dishwashers use less water and less energy than washing up by hand: typical dishwasher water consumption on a cycle is about 10 litres - which is just one sinkfull. If you use less water, you heat less water, so use less energy.In fact the biggest difference in cost between hand washing up and a dishwasher is detergent. Even using these very cheap tablets, your detergent costs £3-4 a month, which buys you at least a bottle of washing up liquid a week.



There's four of us and I need to put the dishwasher on about 4 times a week, although I usually wash frying pans by hand since they take a lot of space and dishwashers spoil aluminium.

We bought our first dishwasher in the 80's, (plus extra pans and crockery,) and are on our second now, and I wouldn't want to go back to washing everything up by hand.

The tablets I'm currently using (Aldi all-in-one) were a bit under 8p each, so I probably spend about £1.50 a month on tablets. I do also need to use softener salt and some rinse aid too.

If you buy these @5p each you'd be spending under £1.60 on tablets a month even if you put it on every day.
Edited by: "melted" 17th Sep

Switched to these from finish tabs and find them just as good no residue or white film after.
As for washing them in the sink no thanks

Original Poster

Sink washing uses at least 60 litres if you rinse with clean water

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A good dishwasher uses around 10 litres of water way less than washing in the sink. Also dishwasher get your dishes to temperature your hands couldnt stand which is much more hygienic. The sink you are just washing dishes in dirty water. Don’t even get me on drying with a dirty dish cloth.
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Groceries
400g of cooked ham, trimmings, £1.75 at lidl.
Apologies if already posted or old news, I thought this was amazing value! I haven't noticed it before, though I do buy lidl's 1kg of cooking bacon sometimes. Incidentally, that's priced at £1.02 ATM,… Read more
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healthandsafety16th Sep

400g of Bernard Matthews wafer thin Turkey Ham for only £1.00 at Morrison's


Turkey Ham is revolting

Thank you for the post. To me I doesn't matter if is at the normal price as it is just a deal. To me it is a deal and not everyone has seen it. Thank you for the post don't let the negativity put you off posting another offer. Heat from me xxx

I bought the Aldi equivalent yesterday for a dish I only needed a bit of cheap ham for. When I opened it I was really surprised how big the bits are. Some are full size slices, thick too. The odd bit of fat here and there but overall I think great for the money. Be fine in sandwiches.

Funk_punk8 h, 24 m ago

These ham trimmings are absolutely vile. Like eating salted rubber. Aldi's …These ham trimmings are absolutely vile. Like eating salted rubber. Aldi's version is much better.


Agreed, Aldi's is usually really nice, they get different types in, peppered, honey roast, smoked and normal, as long as you look through the packs you can usually get a nice pack. They also do Turkey, Chicken and Beef (although the Beef around here is almost impossible to find)
Edited by: "julieallen" 17th Sep

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Dalkirst9 h, 6 m ago

Cold yet another post with something that's normal price. This is turning …Cold yet another post with something that's normal price. This is turning from a deal site to something where every other post is standard price

Aah right. I've shopped in lidl for a couple of years now, and do you know, never seen it before. Don't know if my local has only just started stocking it, or I've just never noticed it? It was on the easy to Miss lower shelf in the chiller, but I've always bought the cooking bacon, so can't think how I missed it? The pack in the pic was prob the worst one, small pieces, but I took pic quickly to show price. Just Thought it looked a nice buy for butties. Quiche, pasties and pizza.
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Fashion
Heidi Klum fashion range at Lidl this Monday
The new collection is called The Heidi & The City collection and it will be available from September 18. Internationally, the collection will be available in a total of 28 countries in over 10,00… Read more
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Lovely range and very good quality got myself today both real leather suede jackets good price 49.99 each they are superb and a bow shirt sadly there was no bomber jackets in my store

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Looked really good stuff at a really good price to me when I went in shopping today!

Picked up two lovely jumpers 😊

Looks like tat from what I can see.

andyanddiane22 m ago

Some people like to be friendly others don't

Some people are lazy, others are not.
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Groceries
INTRODUCTORY PRICE! Lidl - Dark Fruit cider 4% ABV lookylikee the Strongbow dark fruit cider @ half the price £2.79 for 4x 440ml
Lidl Dark Fruit cider 4% ABV lookylikee the Strongbow dark fruit cider @ half the price £2.79 for 4x 440ml Spot the difference! :)
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ThatsNoMoon16th Sep

4 cans for under £3 i don't think that is deceiving anybody, as for …4 cans for under £3 i don't think that is deceiving anybody, as for premium hens I was unaware Lidl had branched out into livestock.



Livestock? I think you''ll find that "hen" was a type, unless you've had too many Aldi ciders to understand that...

deeeemon66623 h, 48 m ago

It's odd everyone raves about the fake Lidl brands but when Tesco did the …It's odd everyone raves about the fake Lidl brands but when Tesco did the same they get slated. The can is obviously designed to deceive people into thinking they are getting something more premium hen they actually are. If it was dressed up in a Tesco Value can would everyone be going on about it? /


4 cans for under £3 i don't think that is deceiving anybody, as for premium hens I was unaware Lidl had branched out into livestock.
Edited by: "ThatsNoMoon" 17th Sep

Introductory price? If this was half price then it would be £5.58 for 4 cans... which would make it one of the most expensive 4 packs, even more than the original.

Not really a deal, it's always this price.

Home bargains sell a dark fruits (blackthorn), it's 4 x 500ml tins for £2.79.

deeeemon66612 h, 13 m ago

Fake brand rubbish trying to palm off as a real brand. How people are …Fake brand rubbish trying to palm off as a real brand. How people are fooled with this Lidl rubbish is beyond me. Just slap some "brand like" packaging on some budget rubbish and people thin they've got a bargain!


Actually I find that lidl products often far exceed the quality of supermarket branded crap. Just compare ingredients next time and you'll see - not to mention superior taste. Look at the lidl tomato soup vs heinz for example - more tomatoes used in lidl stuff and it tastes more like a home made tomato soup with pieces in it.

Ill just sit back and watch all the mugs spending over the odds for "branded" products.

A fool and his money.
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Sports & Fitness
Crivit Bike Workstand £19.99 @ Lidl
Good workstand with 3 year warranty for £19.99 "Functional and sturdy bike repair stand Centre post with variable height adjustment for working heights from approx. (cm): 107 - 188 With 4 legs for st… Read more
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Purchase a bike repair stand from Halfords last week for £40.00 to fit mudguards. I then noticed this one and for £19.99 so purchased this as a comparison. The Civit repair stand is better in many ways. Firstly Halfords can only carry 25KG where as the Crivit can hold 30KG. The shape of the Halfords tubing makes it less compact when folded where as the Crivit has round tubing and is much more compact for storage. The crivit tray is magnetised to hold your screws where as Halfords is not. The Crivit stand feels much more substantial and stable. The crivit stand has the handle bar holder which would have helped when fitting the full mudguards. The Crivit stand has 3 years warranty. After seeing and feeling the two side by side this really is a no brainer. The Halfords repair stand has been returned

Thanks OP picked one up in Buckie. They weren't marked down, but scanned at £19.99 at checkout. Probably 10 left in Buckie store.

last time I looked they were still £25 in Dorchester, which was thursday top up shop...full shop tomorrow morning, tempted at that price.

windta1ker7 h, 53 m ago

Loads in Yeovil and I know Dorchester have them too


Thanks. Do you know if Dorchester have marked them down there as well

There were £25 in the local Lidl yesterday...
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Home & Garden
Wheel Trim Set £9.99 - LIDL (Ultimate Speed) - Various Styles and Sizes
HOT WHEELS for £9.99! Fits all standard steel wheel rims Made from Impact-Resistant and Shatterproof plastic Available at Lidl - in various styles and sizes - from 21st September
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A chav’s dream

Any deals on cable ties?

31988939-RoREq.jpgMy rims never spin, to the contrary
You'll find that they're quite stationary

Ultimate speed. Guaranteed to make that Dacia you bought from another HUKD post break the sound barrier
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Home & Garden
Ultimate Speed Car Battery Charger - £13.99 Lidl, from 21st September.
Intelligent microprocessor control with diagnostics programme and automatic charging For all 6V or 12V car and motorcycle batteries with 1.2 - 120Ah capacity Protected against reverse polarity, shor… Read more
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Wow that looks like a rebranded CTEK on at Aldi!

aldi.co.uk/aut…100 Aldi has theirs from today if anyone is in a rush.

This Car Battery Charger is suitable for all 6V and 12V car and lead acid batteries.

Features
For 6V / 12V car & motorcycle batteriesFor batteries with a capacity of 1.2Ah - 120Ah (12V) or 1.2Ah - 14Ah (6V)Pole clamps for difficult access areas60W input power4A max. outputLCD display with backlightControlled by MCU including charging cut off after reaching peak voltage and trickle charge functionLED charging indicationPermanent and trickle charging functionMode button to select car, motorbike, cold and 6V modeOverheat, short circuit & pole protectionWith reactivation function (for 12V only)Detachable insulated pole clampsProtection class: IP65FFU-testedBS-plug
4 different charging modes (switchable through one button):
Level 1: approx. 7,3V/0.8A for 6V/1.2Ah ~ 14 Ah batteriesLevel 2: approx. 14,4V/0.8A for 12V/1.2Ah ~ 14 Ah batteriesLevel 3: approx. 14,4V/3.8A for 12V/14 Ah ~ 120Ah batteriesLevel 4: approx. 14,7V/3.8A for 12V/14 Ah ~ 120Ah batteries
Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
Suitable For
6V & 12V car & motorbike lead-acid batteries
Edited by: "Harley_Mick" 14th Sep

mozzer991 h, 42 m ago

Surely to judge the price you need to know the amps output which is …Surely to judge the price you need to know the amps output which is missing from the details?

3.8A max, not that it makes much difference.

I have a "weekend car" in the garage and found on Monday that there was nothing in the battery to turn over a 4 litre motor. Connected this for 30 mins and I then managed to fire it up!

Hpi_matrix33 m ago

Worth noting it wont charge a really flat battery


If you have a really discharged battery you will need to use a traditional transformer type charger to get the voltage up to a certain level before these smart chargers will recognize it's connected to a flat battery.

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