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NOCO Genius Battery charger

Has anyone had any experience with these guys and their product.

They are running a 50% off sale and was hoping to pick one up..
http://www.geniuschargers.com/G750
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Has anyone had any experience with these guys and their product.

They are running a 50% off sale and was hoping to pick one up..
http://www.geniuschargers.com/G750
Looks pretty good but I am not familiar with that brand ,the price is right if it comes with everything pictured.At % 50 off it is a little cheaper than a Battery Tender JR,which I have had good luck with.




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Looks pretty good but I am not familiar with that brand ,the price is right if it comes with everything pictured.At % 50 off it is a little cheaper than a Battery Tender JR,which I have had good luck with.
According to the page it comes with everything

WHAT'S IN THE BOX
G750 Charger
Battery Clamp Connectors
Eyelet Terminal Connectors
Quick Start Guide

and the 50% off code does free shipping as well.
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My only concern would be the low current output of .75A
My battery tender JR. puts out 1.5A if needed.
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My only concern would be the low current output of .75A
My battery tender JR. puts out 1.5A if needed.
Yes. I think the G1100 would be a better choice:
http://www.geniuschargers.com/G1100

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keep in mind that if you plan on leaving the cable attached to the battery and using it as a power port for accessories when not being used to charge the battery, most accessories already use the same connector supplied with the BatteryTender.

This connector looks different.

but they do sell the SAE Adapter GC009
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I dont plan on running anything off the battery, the electric system is crappy enough without taxing it anymore then it already is. I think I'm going to grab the 1100 at 50% off (26bucks) and free shipping seems like a good deal
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Here is a very good maintainer that I bought 3 months ago to replace my .75 amp battery tender. $19.97 at Walmart.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Schumacher...5-Amp/15140193

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Wow just realized I forgot to post the 50% code if anyone wanted it

50% off promotion good until 1/25/13. Use promo code EWINTER411.

Just ordered the 1100 for 26.97 shipped..

Ill follow up with impressions when it gets here..
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Here is a very good maintainer that I bought 3 months ago to replace my .75 amp battery tender. $19.97 at Walmart.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Schumacher...5-Amp/15140193
Looks like the one I got a year ago or so. (I gave the Battery Tender Jr. to the guy that bought my Vulcan)

I think mine has 4 lights on it though...

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