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Battery Chargers and Testers

Battery Chargers

Battery Chargers from the world's top manufacturers

We have a battery charger for all batteries! We have the largest battery charger range in the UK, with great brands such as CTEK, NOCO, Motobatt and Exide in stock. We are always adding new chargers to our website to ensure that we can offer multiple options for every battery. Most batteries are wet lead acid, AGM, GEL or lithium and we have chargers for all of them! Whether you need a new smart charger or a classic metal case charger, we've got you covered!
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OptiMate 4 Quad Program 12V 1.25A  Battery Charger TM632 OPT4Q

OptiMate 4 Quad Program 12V 1.25A Battery Charger TM632 OPT4Q

Does what it says on the box v good

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AM - Taunton, United Kingdom -

CTEK 56-261 M8 Connect Eyelet

CTEK 56-261 M8 Connect Eyelet

It is what it is. The original M6 supplied connector was to small so needed an upgrade to the M8

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DB - Ashington, United Kingdom -

Optimate 4 Quad Program 12V 1.25A Premium BMW Triumph CANbus Motorcycle Battery Charger TM632-PR OPT4QBMW

Optimate 4 Quad Program 12V 1.25A Premium BMW Triumph CANbus Motorcycle Battery Charger TM632-PR OPT4QBMW

Great service with a fast turnaround. Product exactly as described.

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ME - South Ayrshire, United Kingdom -

AC1280IC AVON Intelligent Battery Charger 12V 8A

AC1280IC AVON Intelligent Battery Charger 12V 8A

Good price, quick delivery and excellent customer service. The charger works faultlessly. 5 stars

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IJ - MERSEYSIDE, United Kingdom -

Battery Charger Information

Why do you need to charge your battery?

When a battery such as car, bike or leisure battery is stood without being used it continues to slowly lose charge from the electrical items such as the alarm and onboard computer etc. After a while the battery will go flat. When a battery is left in a discharged state, a chemical reaction occurs and a coating begins to build on the internal plates. This reaction is called sulphation and makes the battery resistant to taking a future charge. Symptoms of this are easy to detect; the battery will get warm during charging and a smell of rotten eggs is often emitted. If this is allowed to build for too long the battery will become unserviceable and will need replacing. This is not covered by any battery warranty as it is not a manufacturing defect.

If you can't keep the battery in constant use to keep it topped up, then you need a battery charger to look after it. Modern smart chargers from brands such as CTEK and NOCO have additional features built in to help optimize the health of your battery and can be used with minimal supervision. We typically recommend that you should use a charger with a charge rate that is around 10% of the battery's capacity. For example, if you have a 50Ah car battery a CTEK MXS5 5 amp charger would be a suitable choice.