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Sean Warwick  says:

Product review: Oxford Maximiser 3800

Oxford Maximiser 3800, £62Time used: Three weeks What’s good: Foolproof, automated care for your battery. I recently bought a fairly ancient BMW R80, whose various shortcomings included a very poorly gel-type battery. Old Boxers tend to be unwilling to start at all if their battery is in anything less than A1 nick, and mine was grumpily living up to this reputation, making...

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kpandinu

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kpandinu says:

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i had bought the new maximiser and for some reason it burnt on the first use. I connected everything correctly but is still got burned. I contacted oxford but never got a reply.

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