Product review: Oxford Maximiser 360T

Published: 04 September 2009

Oxford Maximiser 360T £56.99 on MCN Shop
Miles covered/time:
18 months

What’s good?
The display gives you a picture of how healthy the battery is – a voltage and condition readout tells you if the battery can be saved.

Comes with a connection lead to leave on the bike and attach to the charge quickly with a simple connector block – handy for bikes with crap battery access.

What’s not?
It’s too temperamental to rely on – it’ll give up on batteries that another charger then restores to full power, goes on to standby when you want it to maintain and is generally not up to maintaining batteries, especially on bikes with an alarm.

Even cheap battery chargers can do more to save your battery.

Contact: http://shop.motorcyclenews.com
Rating: One star

  • Oxford Maximiser 360T