Schumacher XC10 10/6/2-Amp Battery Charger

Walmart # 1051277

Schumacher XC10 10/6/2-Amp Battery Charger

Walmart # 1051277
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<p>The Schumacher XC10 Battery Charger is a durable microprocessor-controlled battery charger that monitors battery condition. The charger also adjusts the charge rate to prevent battery damage and over-charging. The 10/6/2/ amp battery charger is designed for 12-volt amp, gel cell and deep-cycle batteries. The automatic battery charger is microprocessor-controlled and safety smart with auto voltage detection. This unit is designed with an eye to reliability and dependability. It comes with a variety of features such as thermal runaway protection that will make for a long-lasting unit.</p>

About This Item

  • Fully automatic
  • Charging status LEDs
  • Safety start feature
  • Customer Reviews
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    1-5 of 25 reviews

    Great customer service

    Bought one of these 3 years ago and used it to charge everything from my lawn mower to my large truck. Last month, it stopped working so I mailed it back to the company and they replaced it for free with a new one... now that is great customer service.

    Spend extra $10 for one with starting capabability

    Good Charger, but I'm returning it for an upgraded model, one with engine/Battery jump start capability and battery test % of charged meter for just $10 more dollars. Suggest buying Schumacher XC12 or XCS15.

    Fine Charger

    Bought this charger to charge my pop-up camper battery. Works quickly and quietly. Easy to understand settings when you read the manual. If you lose the manual you can find it on-line. Five year warranty when you send in the registration....a good deal. There are others that cost more money if you need more features. Looks like a fine product from a company that has been around. Product is offered at multiple places, shop around for the best price or ask Wal Mart to match any sale price printed in an advertisement.
    My battery was completely dead & it had it charged in about 3 hours.

    A Dud!

    Although at this price I wasn't expecting to buy a whiz-bang product, I was hoping for more than a "patient" that belonged on an autopsy table. For all the help they provided, the instructions could just as well have been written in Urdu. The unit itself showed no signs of life. Not one of the LEDs so much as flickered. Assuming that the LEDs had actually worked, the device might at least have served as Christmas tree ornament. When a roadside service truck came to my rescue, the technician was carrying a medium-size case with a charger-jump starter inside. Once it was attached to my battery -- a very simple procedure-- my car came to life. I asked the tech where I could buy a unit similar to his. He suggested Walmart or Home Depot, adding that I should expect to pay $125 to $150. I have since done a lot of research on battery starters and found a number of potentially useful units for about $75. I suggest you do the same.
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