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Oxford Oximiser 600 12v Motorcycle Battery Charger - busters-2009 Ebay Store - £19.99 free delivery
Oxford Oximiser 600 12v Motorcycle Battery Charger - busters-2009 Ebay Store - £19.99 free delivery

Oxford Oximiser 600 12v Motorcycle Battery Charger - busters-2009 Ebay Store - £19.99 free delivery

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I've been on the hunt for a replacement optimizing battery charger for a while and dropped on this, £19.99 free delivery, cheapest I've seen elsewhere is £24.99.

Not the cheapest charger out there granted but the permanent connection lead makes attaching this model a doddle.

no frills no fuss charger for the winter blues.

Manufacturer Blurb below:

Universal

Plug-in battery care for all 12V lead-acid batteries (including maintenance-free and gel types).
Can be used on many types of vehicles.

Easy to use
Automatically assesses and maintains the battery.
Assessment lights indicate the condition of the battery.
Recovers deeply discharged batteries by trickle charging.

Safe
Protected against inverse polarity connection and short circuit (no fuses). With CE and TUV approvals.

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been giving these away with other deals... very poor alternative to optimate and the aldi lidl chargers that have been under a tenner look better made..... I have all the above

Quite often they give these away free with a subscription to ride magazine. Good price all the same.

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stealth666

been giving these away with other deals... very poor alternative to … been giving these away with other deals... very poor alternative to optimate and the aldi lidl chargers that have been under a tenner look better made..... I have all the above



Yeah I loved my Aldi charger but it got lost in a recent shed/garage move, can't find it anywhere and the bike needs some electrons cos I'm a tart and don't like to go out in the cold LOL. Shame the Aldi/Lidl ones only come round once a year

Banned

I have had one of these attached to my motorcycles for well over 10 years, perhaps nearer 15 years. Battery always in top condition. Present bike, a 35 year old Superdream, has been unused for over two years. Battery is as good as new.

twoquidkev

Yeah I loved my Aldi charger but it got lost in a recent shed/garage … Yeah I loved my Aldi charger but it got lost in a recent shed/garage move, can't find it anywhere and the bike needs some electrons cos I'm a tart and don't like to go out in the cold LOL. Shame the Aldi/Lidl ones only come round once a year


Sorry for going rather OT, but you lost me on this one. What difference does a charged battery make to having to go out in the cold? Do you have electrically-heated gloves/boots/clothing or something?

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Grrrrrrrrrrr

Sorry for going rather OT, but you lost me on this one. What difference … Sorry for going rather OT, but you lost me on this one. What difference does a charged battery make to having to go out in the cold? Do you have electrically-heated gloves/boots/clothing or something?


Bike batteries go flat over winter as they are often used little. They also don't like going flat totally and then being charged up. This charger will prolong the life of the battery by keeping it constantly full of charge

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Grrrrrrrrrrr

Sorry for going rather OT, but you lost me on this one. What difference … Sorry for going rather OT, but you lost me on this one. What difference does a charged battery make to having to go out in the cold? Do you have electrically-heated gloves/boots/clothing or something?



Basically these draw current and recharge constantly. If a battery is left unused, it gets damaged. These are made for when the bike isn't in use, ie left in a garage all winter

C TEK chargers are better.

CTEK chargers are best I've used

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Not sure of price difference between this and CTEK. This one, as I have previously noted, has served me well since 1998. Been connected to every bike I have owned since then and has never missed a beat. So not sure if worth spending the extra on a more expensive item.

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