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Old 25 November 2008, 03:11   #1
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Battery conditioner

Hi ,need some advice on a battery charger/conditioners . Have two 110 amh batteries which I want to keep in good condition over the winter . Any suggestions ?
Can I hook them up together or do I need 2 units .
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Old 25 November 2008, 03:15   #2
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Hi - I use an optimate charger for my batteries ( 4 in all , 2 main boat - 1 spare & one out of my old Jetski) - I just stick each of them on it & rotate every few weeks . Seems to work well for me - all happy as larry in the garage.

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Old 25 November 2008, 12:29   #3
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I had a nice one from Lidel for about £25 - most people charge a lot more for it

This one is VERY similar - but it says it will do up to a 120amp - would prob keep 2x topped up if they are already full - at the price you could buy 2!!!

Towsure are doing one for £27. - very good value.
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