Sakura car battery chargers from £6.86 at Tesco Direct & heavy duty jump leads from £4.41 & Tow Rope £2.44
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Sakura car battery chargers from £6.86 at Tesco Direct & heavy duty jump leads from £4.41 & Tow Rope £2.44

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Found 31st Jan 2014
Seems cheap, best value is the 8a

4A £8.00 item 215-4749
6A £6.86 item 215-4823
8A £7.84 item 215-4840

Also heavy duty jump leads from £4.41

Sakura 3m 400 amp Booster Cables SS3627 £4.41 Item 215-4754
Sakura 4m 700 amp Booster Cables SS3626 £7.35 Item 215-4850

Sakura Tow Rope 2000kg TR300 £2.44 item 215-4824

24 Comments

Original Poster

Edited by: "deanos" 31st Jan 2014

which jump leads would be best for a 2l diesel car, 400amp or 700amp?

saintscouple

which jump leads would be best for a 2l diesel car, 400amp or 700amp?

Get the 700 amp, others may burn through; .. guess how I know this?

Also remember the donor battery should have an output sufficient to start a diesel car , these suckers really take some juice...
Edited by: "mikbak" 31st Jan 2014

Original Poster

either should be fine , i have some cheapo ones on my diesel insignia , these looker far better than my set

mikbak

Get the 700 amp, others may burn through;



Thanks

Got the tow rope for £2.44 as well tesco.com/dir…824

Original Poster

cheers will ad that

Thank You

Jump leads ordered, heat added

jump leads oos

Also have a trickle charger for £4.50.
tesco.com/dir…309

I have one and charges up any 12v batter the same as a normal charger just takes longer,

I have a 4 cylinder car and 2L V6, the V6 didn't want to start the other day. I don't use it as much as the other one so the battery eventually became flat, possibly accentuated by the cold weather. Anyway I used a jump start unit which I borrowed from a friend and it started. I'm guessing I need something with midrange power in terms of amps to cover starting these cars. The V6 is likely to get a flat battery every couple of months as I leave it 1-2 weeks at a time, am I screwing the battery by not using it much?

which one will charge my 1.9 dieseil audi 4 cylindeR?

Can i use this for my mini cooper 1.6? Hanks

fishmaster

I have a 4 cylinder car and 2L V6, the V6 didn't want to start the other … I have a 4 cylinder car and 2L V6, the V6 didn't want to start the other day. I don't use it as much as the other one so the battery eventually became flat, possibly accentuated by the cold weather. Anyway I used a jump start unit which I borrowed from a friend and it started. I'm guessing I need something with midrange power in terms of amps to cover starting these cars. The V6 is likely to get a flat battery every couple of months as I leave it 1-2 weeks at a time, am I screwing the battery by not using it much?


Yeah although I think your battery is on its last legs and will need replacing. Normally from my experience a good battery will last a few weeks before going flat,
I keep one of my cars in the garage over the winter period and keep it charged up every few weeks via a trickle charger (Above),. Perhaps you could do the same thing?

flang

Yeah although I think your battery is on its last legs and will need … Yeah although I think your battery is on its last legs and will need replacing. Normally from my experience a good battery will last a few weeks before going flat, I keep one of my cars in the garage over the winter period and keep it charged up every few weeks via a trickle charger (Above),. Perhaps you could do the same thing?



No garage I'm afraid

Volt meter in the car reads 14V when I'm driving drops to 12V when idling. I think I noticed it might have been dipping below 12V at times.

The 8amp charger seems to have gone up to £26.99
Ordered the 6amp at £6.86 - click & collect.
Thanks OP - heat added.
Edited by: "wood33pecker" 31st Jan 2014

flang

Yeah although I think your battery is on its last legs and will need … Yeah although I think your battery is on its last legs and will need replacing. Normally from my experience a good battery will last a few weeks before going flat, I keep one of my cars in the garage over the winter period and keep it charged up every few weeks via a trickle charger (Above),. Perhaps you could do the same thing?



Apparently, once a car battery drops below around 40% charge, it starts to destroy itself internally. So whilst jump starting the car and driving a few miles may sort you out, in my experience the battery will die completely within a few weeks (especially during the winter months). The best way to ensure your battery is in good condition is to get a volt meter and ensure its voltage never drops below 12.5v, ideally a fully charged battery should show around 12.65-12.75 volts.

wood33pecker

The 8amp charger seems to have gone up to £26.99 :(Ordered the 6amp at … The 8amp charger seems to have gone up to £26.99 :(Ordered the 6amp at £6.86 - click & collect.Thanks OP - heat added.



because tesco sold out and euro car parts are selling them

Got the last 2 6amps, sorry peeps but too good to miss out, one for home and one for work..

dydigital

Got the last 2 6amps, sorry peeps but too good to miss out, one for home … Got the last 2 6amps, sorry peeps but too good to miss out, one for home and one for work..

... well, I've just ordered a 6amp charger and a tow rope, so not sure about that!

Tried to order another as a gift for a friend, but no luck. All out. Tow ropes might still be available?

Original Poster

yeah tow rope still available
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