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andybunyan66

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andybunyan66 says:

12v devices on a 6v bike?

    I regularly use my sat nav on my bike to get around and am always worried about the battery dying on me! Can anyone suggest how I can charge these 12v devices on my 6v powered bike? Is there some kind of converter (that doesn't cost the earth) I can use?

Thanks


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chriscg

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chriscg says:

converter

saw one on ebay for £10.00. Not sure if it would suit your purpose mind.Or try maplins

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52 Black Shadow

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Rechargable power pack.....

When I use my Sat Nav on one of my older bikes I have a small rechargable battery (made by Duracell) which can be connected via the USB charging socket. Between the built in battery and the power pack I'm good for about 8 hours use, and both sat nav and power pack can be recharged by plugging into a USB slot if someone where I'm staying has a PC.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Shad.

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