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battery charger desulfator?

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Rigorous testing of their product is the best way of keeping them honest.
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 Well,,I'm hopin ya'll get this figured out and post which one is the best maintainer,,,as I have several batteries I could use one on. I seen the little one at HF but waitin on somebody to shout out if it works out good,,,,,,Clap
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Two things the Chinlee have no idea how to make, a spring the will hold it's springeness and copper wire that aint brittle or just so skinny it is useless.

You have to remember a LOT of what they make are to the SPECS of whoever is reselling/using the products.
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What I like is seeing the SAME thing is red, yellow, blue, green at 4 diferent prices !!
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Joe, had WASTED my money on a couple of them HF ones and wouldn't do that again.  I really like the Schumacher ones.  I've had nothing but good luck with them.  Only had one of them corrode and I don't know if it was my fault of what, but of the 6 I have on batteries now, only one corroded.  I like em cause you can get a 6v/12v
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Well I have to admit I did buy one from HF. At $25.00 it's worth a try. As just a charger it takes a 12v up to 13.9v which is a good float level. I think 6v was 6.9 or 7v. I do like the digital distplay. I don't have a battery down far enough to see if the repair mode will work. I will see if the batteries hold their charge. I will put one in a tractor and see how it goes.
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