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[Amazon.ca] NOCO Genius Chargers and Boosters - approx 30% off today only

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Nov 5, 2018
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[Amazon.ca] NOCO Genius Chargers and Boosters - approx 30% off today only

I've been looking for a maintainer/trickle charger and found that most (all?) of the NOCO Genius line is discounted today only on Amazon. The 1 amp model is $34.85 (reg $52)
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Nov 21, 2018
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Does Amazon adjust the price? I got one Noco Genius 5 last week for 91$.
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Gagsguru wrote: Does Amazon adjust the price? I got one Noco Genius 5 last week for 91$.
Nope. You'll have to return it and buy at the lower price.
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Apr 16, 2006
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Anyone recommend which charger/ maintainer for a power wheels battery?
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Aug 17, 2011
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Will the genius 2A trickle charge a battery for a car being used very rarely over the winter?
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niksfever wrote: Will the genius 2A trickle charge a battery for a car being used very rarely over the winter?
Yes.
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Sep 12, 2019
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vkizzle wrote:
Nope. You'll have to return it and buy at the lower price.
I bought mine 1 month ago and asked amazon chat to credit me via promo credit for the difference.Thumbs Up Sign

FYI, if you return it, it'll most likely go in the garbage. CBC marketplace did a segment on amazon returns.
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What’s a better deal the NOCO 1amp for $35 or the Battery Tender brand from Costco for $40?
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Nov 11, 2013
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Kenneth wrote: What’s a better deal the NOCO 1amp for $35 or the Battery Tender brand from Costco for $40?
For the extra $5 I would buy a Costco one, lifetime warranty.
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Apr 5, 2013
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Damn just ordered yesterday- cancelled just now and re-order. Thanks OP!
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Genius1 or Genius2?

I don't mind the slower charging rate of the Genius 1 and apparently a slower charge is better for the battery health? Correct me if I'm wrong, thanks!
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Can any of these trickle charge without a power outlet? Looking for something I can leave attached for a day or so but don't have a plug in
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Sep 5, 2016
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I've been eyeing one of these since I have a vehicle that will be sitting in the garage over the winter.

What are the pros and cons to having a lower or higher amperage? Are these meant to be plugged into the battery all the time or only until it's been fuilly charged and then we can unplug it, let it drain again and repeat?
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Jul 26, 2018
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Canada, eh?
Did a few searches on Genius 2 and GB40 on Camel Camel Camel, looks like they're at their lowest price in Amazon history.
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I've been eyeing the gb70 for years... not sure if I should pick it up. I picked up a cheap gooloo (GOOLOO 1500A Peak 20800mAh SuperSafe Car Jump Starter with USB Quick Charge 3.0) last year for around 80 dollars .... Any real difference between the two?
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Nov 8, 2011
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Awesome thanks OP.

Was going to get the G4 but since the new model (2x4) is now the same price, just ordered it instead.

I have so many batteries (2x6V, Harley motorcycle, riding lawn mower, boat motors) on so many trickle chargers, this will be much nicer.
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benzylique wrote: I've been eyeing the gb70 for years... not sure if I should pick it up. I picked up a cheap gooloo (GOOLOO 1500A Peak 20800mAh SuperSafe Car Jump Starter with USB Quick Charge 3.0) last year for around 80 dollars .... Any real difference between the two?
Can't comment on the comparison but I've had the GB70 for years and it continues to work amazing. I leave it in my truck all the time and even in the winter, when I need to boost something, it's ready to go. I usually charge once a year, unless I'm using it a lot.

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