|Item Weight||11.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.1 x 10.5 x 7.5 inches|
|Item model number||XC75|
|Manufacturer Part Number||XC75|
Schumacher XC75 SpeedCharge 2/10/20/75 Amp Battery Charger with Engine Start
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- 75 ampere engine start for emergency starting
- Self-adjusting, variable charge rates for everyday charging needs and maintaining your battery in peak condition
- Charges and automatically desulfates and restores car, truck, RV, farm equipment, AGM, gel cell and deep-cycle batteries
- 3 amp maintain / 5 amp slow / 10-20 amp fast charge
- The charger automatically determines whether the connected battery is a 6 volt battery or a 12 volt battery
- This product cannot be shipped to Oregon or California
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The selector lights are dim and I do have problems with them in sunlight or any relatively bright room. I just cup my hand over it until I can see it.
Also someone mentioned there is no "off" function. You have to keep pressing the selector button. After the last one, "crank" mode, it turns it off and shows OFF on the display.
As far as the percentages of charge I have not had really any issues with accuracy. I guess if you want a dead on accurate battery charger there are some that are $200 I'm sure. When my lawn mower battery was dead it showed a charge of 13%. I charged it up to about 60% and the mower would crank and run. I have not had any issues with it showing 100% charge and going into "trickle" mode.
So, I'm not going to keep exchanging this piece of junk for another. Think I'll try a different brand and never darken Schumacher's doorstep again.
Second is it's ability to start and charge. It can start it if your battery is just below the starting threshold say 11.3 volts. But if it's really drained ( like my wifes battery was ), down to 7 volts it hasn't a chance.
Third again on my wifes battery, I put it on fast charge. Came back to the heated garage in two hours and it indicated 12V - 100%. Excellent I said..undid the charger from the battery, hopped in, nothing. DEAD.
Reconnected it, put it on fast charge again, read 7V -2%.
Gave up, pushed it out of garage through 6" of snow quite a ways to get into a position to jump to another vehicle. Connected the cables ( with awesome gripping copper clamps ), after a few minutes started right up and been fine since.
Craftsman would have started it and fast charged it easily. I'd like to say I got what I paid for but it wasn't cheap and I expected WAY more product for the price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Don't listen to the negative reviewers.. This is a good charger. I have used it many times since buying it and it works great. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
Worked good for the 3 months then started going down hill. The wire going into the clamp gets hot, the springs in the clamps are weak and the digital gauge will say for example 78... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Darrell schroeder
Background: I have a 12 volt Marine EverStart (lead acid) Deep Cycle battery 690 MCA (marine crank amps) which I borrowed from a buddy to see if it fit my needs. Read morePublished on May 25, 2014 by Frederick Young
I bought this to charge a car battery for a car that had been sitting for a few months. It didn't work until I jumped the car, then attached the charger. Read morePublished on April 19, 2014 by Andrew P.
I have too many cars. I cannot drive my cars all the time so the batteries drop in voltage after sitting sometimes for over a month or two. Read morePublished on October 13, 2013 by Mark
I bought this on 8/3/2013 from a different store. I had read negative reviews on how it didn't work but the other store didn't have a lot of options so I decided to take a chance. Read morePublished on August 5, 2013 by Michael
I would recommend this product. It was delivered quickly also. Anyone who wishes for a cost-effective battery charger, then this is the one to choose. Very easy to handle.Published on May 3, 2013 by Debra L Pratt