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11 reviews | 4.6 out of 5
Unless your trolling motor has a battery charge gauge, having an external meter to let you know the remaining charge allows you to boat in confidence - judge whether it's time to head in or fish some more spots. The Minn Kota meter is small, simple to use, and gives you a reasonably accurate measure of the amount of charge left in your battery. And it's very reasonably priced.
I already had the older version of this meter without the digital readout. I've had it for over 10 years, but it seems that it's always in the house when I'm in the shop, or in the shop when I'm in the garage. Anyway I now have one in the two places I usually need it. If the new one is half as good as the old one it will be a great buy.
light weight, easy to use, and small enough to fit in your pocket
I spend every summer on Black Lake in northern N.Y. My boat sits tied to my dock from May to Oct. and there is no electric at the dock for my battery charger. I have to run a 125 ft. electric cord in order to plug in my on board charger. This battery meter enables me to monitor the charge status of my trolling battery so I don't run out of charge in the middle of a fishing day. This has proven to be absolutely invaluable to me and I have even purchase an extra one for my tackle box in case I lose the first one. Thank you for a great product!!!!!!!!!!!
i have 5 batteries on my boat and this meter is so helpful in determining when they need to be recharged. great product and price.
A voltmeter isn't enough to determine the charged state of the battery. This very easy to use device will indicate the voltage on the digital display and the colored LED's will indicate how much the battery is charged. No internal batteries required to power this device.
This little beauty makes checking the condition of my trolling motor battery a snap! All other meters complicated the job.
Item works as it is advertised; very good and handy device.
Yesterday I tested the meter on a brand new marine battery and it only reflected a 2/3 charge at 12.7 volts. I even put the battery on my charger at the 2 amp setting and after 24 hours it still only reflected 2/3 charge at 12.7 volts. The meter appears to be defective.