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#12713511 - 04/12/18 11:52 AM Thoughts on onboard chargers.
Hewey64 Offline
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Registered: 01/05/09
Posts: 64
Loc: Fort Worth TX
I have been shopping and researching onboard chargers for my boat. I only have 2 batteries.

What I am settling on at the moment is the Minn Kota MK210D due to the reviews I have read, the price and current rebate they are having.

Thoughts.

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#12713515 - 04/12/18 11:56 AM Re: Thoughts on onboard chargers. [Re: Hewey64]
kennerdude Online   content
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Registered: 02/21/15
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Been using MK 3 bank for yrs. Works great! Zero issues! Check h2o in batts on a regular basis--I check mine every month.

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#12729918 - 04/25/18 08:11 AM Re: Thoughts on onboard chargers. [Re: Hewey64]
Hewey64 Offline
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I ended up getting the Minn Kota MK210D.Found it on Amazon for $68 (new) and with the current rebate they have going on I'll be getting $25 of that back. So it only cost me $43 instead of the $149 that is the retail price at BPS & Cabela's. Also got the plug adaptor so I can just pug it in above deck without opening the rear deck lid. Got everything installed this week and looks to be working good. Going to Lake Tawakoni this weekend for a men's retreat our church is having and like the idea that I don't have to lug a battery charger and leave the deck lid open overnight while it is charging.

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