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Battery charger

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Any recommendations on a decent battery charger? Looking for one to charge a marine battery in between trips to the fishhouse. Thanks!

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My favorite is the ship'n Shore [Please read forum policy before posting again, Thank You]. The Ship'n Shore does all kinds of batteries, 2, 10, and 15 amp, has a desulfation mode, battery testor, and has a true float mode. With the float mode you can leave it plugged in all year long and it will not slowly cook your batter. It only charges with a light charge 'if' the battery needs it.

I used it to charge or when storing my 2 6v deepcells and I never had to worry about it. Just leave it hooked up all off season.

It also has a 5 year warrenty, a fan to cool the system. It also have over voltage and circuit protecion.

It is ~$75. I highly recomend it.

Peace and Blessings

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