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Ultimate Speed Car Battery Charger £13.99 Lidl
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Ultimate Speed Car Battery Charger £13.99 Lidl

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Posted 14th FebAvailable: National

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Intelligent microprocessor control with diagnostics program and fully automatic charging process
For all 6V or 12V car and motorcycle batteries with 1.2–120Ah capacity
4 programs for optimal adaptation to battery type
7 charging levels
LCD display for charging programs, voltage value and charge status
Pulse charge to recharge flat batteries
Winter charging mode for low outside temperatures
LEDs for polarity error warning and stand-by mode
Reverse polarity, short circuit and overload protection
Long-term connection for optimal charge retention without sulphate formation
Cable length: 1.95/2m
Operating voltage: 220–240V ~ 50Hz
3-year warranty
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Hot deal. Got one of these a few years ago. Does the job and at a fraction of the price of more popular brands
I have this one works great.Old car, old battery but this keeps it toped up and starts even when hard frost.
If your battery is too flat, these will not charge it. Work around if possible is to jump start the battery first to put some voltage into it. Can't remember voltage range required, but then attach it to the charger.
Hot, was looking for a new charger Thanks OP
onamission10014/02/2020 10:19

If your battery is too flat, these will not charge it. Work around if …If your battery is too flat, these will not charge it. Work around if possible is to jump start the battery first to put some voltage into it. Can't remember voltage range required, but then attach it to the charger.


I once threw one of these away because I thought the charger was broken but it was just the battery that was a very flat 🙈 that said, my more expensive ring charger brought the battery back from the dead when this one couldn't
Just a word of caution, the user guide states to remove a battery terminal before charging, which is no good with modern cars as you lose radio security number. The more expensive ones can charge while still connected. Haven’t used mine since last deal on here, so unless you’re charging an older battery from a car you can remove without messing things up, not a lot of use really.
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 14th Feb
Jaybeam14/02/2020 20:26

Just a word of caution, the user guide states to remove a battery terminal …Just a word of caution, the user guide states to remove a battery terminal before charging, which is no good with modern cars as you lose radio security number. The more expensive ones can charge while still connected. Haven’t used mine since last deal on here, so unless you’re charging an older battery from a car you can remove without messing things up, not a lot of use really.


I have charged a 2010 Fiesta battery still connected to the car.
Do you have to remove the battery from the car to be able to charge it?
TiredParent15/02/2020 00:20

Do you have to remove the battery from the car to be able to charge it?


No you can charge it directly in the engine bay.
onamission10014/02/2020 20:30

I have charged a 2010 Fiesta battery still connected to the car.


Yes some people have taken the chance but there is a danger of mucking up the cars onboard computer. Glad it worked ok for you.
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 15th Feb
would this charger be suitable for lithium ion batterys
ollie_cr0l15/02/2020 19:46

would this charger be suitable for lithium ion batterys


Not suitable for lithium-ion batteries.
onamission10014/02/2020 10:19

If your battery is too flat, these will not charge it. Work around if …If your battery is too flat, these will not charge it. Work around if possible is to jump start the battery first to put some voltage into it. Can't remember voltage range required, but then attach it to the charger.


Hi I believe that it won't charge a battery if it has less than 7.5 volts, however the Aldi version of this charger, (currently on sale for £12.99) will charge it according to some reports..
Do you really have to remove the battery? Would this be fine for Peugeot 107 2008 who has just forgotten to switch lights off?
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