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Quality RedHead rechargeable batteries are a convenient and economical choice for outdoor wildlife feeders. These sealed lead acid rechargeable batteries are recommended for effective and ongoing feeder operation. Buying a pair allows you to use one in the feeder while the other charges, eliminating feeder downtime due to batteries. Available in many different sizes and outputs, making it easy to find the battery for your feeder.
way better then regular batteries
I have these 12V batteries on 6 trail cameras on my property. These Batteries are the best thing in the world for digital cameras. A lot of these advertise that they will last six months but I have not had any last that long, ALTHOUGH I have my camera set up to take pictures every 1 min and they last about 3 months. Now, my property is out of town so I only check them every 1.5 months or so. If you think about it, thats 1 pic per minute for a month and a half. thats about 66,000 pictures in between visits. I only change the batteries every other visit. These batteries will save you hundreds a year on conventional batteries.
August 16, 2008
A Great Battery
These batteries last very long. The fact that they are rechargeable is a real money saver.
April 8, 2008
I love to hunt and run deer feeder on my lease. Since buying the rechargeable batteries I have had no problems, longer spin time with sustaining power through the season. Not mention the savings on throw away batteries. You can not beat this battery.
July 6, 2006
Depends on alot of items;i.e., how long you run battery at one time, drain on it, how often you charge the battery etc.. One of the worst things you can do is to let a battery sit and never use/charge it.
Yes it works great for the two I have connected to it.If used for fish finder only it will last a long,long time between charges.Two fishfinders(Cuda300) draw only about .2 volts in a three hour period.It is also more than powerfull enough to power an electric anchor.
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