We camp on an island and fish in June every year for 5 days. I'm always careful to conserve the life of my boat batteries, but it's hard to do. I've been looking at the solar powered battery chargers and they seem like a great idea. Has anyone used them? Do they work as good as they say? Is there a certain brand that I should consider?
Location: L7 C2 oakland twp 44 King St N RR 4 Scotland N0E 1R0, southwest of brantford, southern ontario
Mileage: 2487 miles
Primary Sled: 2007 blizzard 600
Where I sled: southern ontario and wisconsin.
i use one on my sled battery all summer it stays hooked to the battery and i am real happy with the results. i forget the make but it is a small one and you can get some that are powerful enough to help you out i am sure.
IF WE GIVE ALL THE PROFIT TO THE IMPORTS WHAT WILL BE LEFT?
I picked up a couple of the VW windshield mounted solar chargers off of ebay for cheap. I'm quite happy with their performance. These units however, are intended to be more of a battery tender than a charger, and will not charge a drained battery.
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1997 Ford F150
1998 Jeep Cherokee SE (RV Toad)
1981 John Deere Liquifire (still in pieces, damn I wish I had some free time)
2006 Chevy Aveo LS
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