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Easily plugs into the extension cord or the charger.
Great to keep your motorcycle battery, riding mower battery, and other wet cell battery operated equipment charged over the winter and long periods of inactivity.
Makes charging your battery very easy with the quick disconnect. just connect it to your battery and it is there when you need to connect your charger!
I bought this for vstar 1100. The cord is extremely short (if you can deal with this....continue to read further). I used a ziptie wand was able to make it connect in a good spot. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Chris
bought this originally with the package deal that comes with the MotoCentric Smart Space GPS Tank Bag and Battery Tender 081-0069-8 Female Cigarette Adaptor for about $60 total. Read morePublished 2 days ago by candiceemoe
for fast hook up and easy charging this is the way to good, helps keeping 4 wave runners ready for a fun summerPublished 4 days ago by Randy
Well made accessory for your Battery Tender. Easy to install. Makes it quicker and simple to hookup the BT charger.Published 5 days ago by Sam
i would recommend you buy this for easy hook up.
works great for me and the rv .
bought this to put on our other car. Even though our other car is a 2013 Escape and is driven all the time I bought this set of ring connectors to put on the battery nuts because... Read morePublished 7 days ago by mahmlh
This connector has thicker wire and insulation than most. It's made to carry plenty of current. Good quality and will last a long time. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Fletch
Nice to be able to buy additional connectors without having to buy a whole new unit. I use these on all of my battery started "toys".Published 7 days ago by Charles Stroup
Great "add on" unit to my existing charger. Has allowed me to permanently install a means to keep my motorcycle battery on charge, especially through the winter. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Tom Earnhart