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Old 11-03-2007, 09:37 PM   #1
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Heres a great Christmas gift

Heres a great gift for a camper, I have one and find very good for dry camping/winterizing, and other helpful uses. Heres the link to the wonderful gift!!!.

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Old 11-03-2007, 11:14 PM   #2
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Those things are great, aren't they. We have a Senco version that has basically the same features and it has saved us on our boat. We have dual batteries on it, but somehow they were both low enough combined that it would start. Nothing like being out in the water and stranded. Put that charger on and it started first try. However, they only work well when fully charged .


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Old 11-04-2007, 02:22 PM   #3
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Sunline Fan: I have never had any problems with mine holding a charge and many time sit sets for months, and at 400 amps it gives me many hours and use such as charging my cell phone and other 12 volt uses, plus mine has a 120 volt inverter that will operate many appliances such as TV and other small appliances, Also i find the air compressor great for checking the tires and other uses, I have used the jumper cables at camps many times to get someone going!!!! and the built in light is a asset when you need light at night. Also i have used mine during power failures, It's also nice to use on your coach when your battery has been put away for the winter, What i do is hook up the jumper cables to the plus and ground connections and presto I'm ready to use my coach during a power failure,
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