Dual Pro Recreation Series Battery Chargers

Priced: $114.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Dual Pro Recreation Series Battery Chargers -
An affordable, reliable and safe battery charging system designed for everyday applications, and for those not requiring a heavier-duty, higher-amperage product. Waterproof construction is designed for use in freshwater and saltwater and on everything from pontoons to ATVs. Universal input, independent outputs and fully automatic. Approved for wet cell and absorbed glass mat (AGM) batteries. Includes 5-ft. DC charge cables and 3-ft. AC power cord. LED lights indicate charging status. Meets ISO 8846 marine standards. Two-year manufacturer's warranty. Imported.
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Dual Pro Recreation Series Battery Chargers Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works Well

Had the 2-bank version come with a boat package I bought last year. Not much I can say except that it works well. I plug it in after a day of fishing and when I come out in the morning the lights on both banks are green. Use a digital multi-meter to verify they are being fully charged. While it has a maintenance mode, I don't usually leave it plugged in for extended periods of time. A reasonably priced product that does what it says.
sweeperq at Cabelas on 03/16/2012

high quality

I purchased this charger after a bad experience with a pro mariner charger this is by far superior to other brands
doewacker at Cabelas on 04/04/2010

Negative Reviews:

Another Brand that Didn't Survive Minnesota Winter

The charger worked great for a couple of years but quit as soon as it rained this summer. Something similar has happened to the three other onboard chargers carrying different brand names I have purchased in the last 10 years. I suspect that hitting 20 below over too many Minnesota winters destroys them and I would guess that I'm far from the only one who has experienced that problem. I kept hoping that newer models would be better - suitable cold weater potting compounds exist in the electrical and telephone industry - but they haven't been any different. Whatever the reason, cold weather or something else, these things seem to only last a couple of years and so they are much more expensive than they seem. It's also not a quick job to replace them and removing them in the fall is not a good option. It's back to portable chargers, I guess.
JiminMN at Cabelas on 06/07/2012

Still working, but...

The unit is one year old. The charging and ready lights have stopped working. Charger is still working in the 6 amp mode, but will not switch to trickle charge mode when battery is topped off. Plan on continuing to use it for a while, but inconvenient...
Tonowheresoon at Cabelas on 11/30/2013