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Old 01-24-2012, 01:14 PM   #1
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BatteryTender, who has one?

Which brand, what type, specifics etc, and how do you like it?

I was looking at a BatteryTender brand (12v for my car). I want to hear from anyone that has one how they like it, how it works for them and if they have any issues or FYI's to give out also where did you buy it and what did you pay.

I am looking at this unit Battery Tender Plus - Batterytender.com

I drive my car regularly but sometimes depending on work and weather I may not can drive it for 2-3 weeks and thats a bit long....

Thanks!
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The battery tender brand is great. My pop used one on a Porsche Cheyenne after it was hit(36kdamage). The radio, lights and so on would come on at night killing the batt, he used the tender every night for almost two years.
Motorcyclists in the know also chose battery tender too.
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Re: BatteryTender, who has one?

yea it sounds like a solid brand, I just feel odd leaving it on all the time I guess.
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yea it sounds like a solid brand, I just feel odd leaving it on all the time I guess.
No worries man, they're good. Only time it's actually on is if the batt gets down some.
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