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battery charger

Postby Richard » Sat Dec 17, 2011 8:27 am

As usual, Christmas is nearly here and santa's helper is just starting to think about who's been good and bad. I saw a battery charger at the MFA that wasn't real expensive but they were making lots of big claims for it. Charges faster and can be left on a battery like a trickle charger, they claim it can increse battery life by a factor of years. The only thing I could read on the carton that seemed exceptional was its a high frequency charger. Is this new technology or new hype ? It sounded like a lot to promises for less than $40.
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Re: battery charger

Postby kevin moschenrose » Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:25 am

No, It is the real deal. We have those type of chargers at work for our fork trucks only on a much larger scale. They charge the battery more complete each and every time. The batteries on those trucks runs longer on a charge and the battery life is also longer than the other as well. I wish we had a sale like that around he I would own one.
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