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It is made by battery tender for battery tender and has a replaceable fuse. Good quality. I also use mine to power my heated vest and gloves, so I swapped the fuse for a 10 and it works great.
January 29, 2014
Gotta have it
It's a little bulky for low profile builds but totally a necessary item if you don't ride you bike everyday. I do wish that they made just the ends and sold those so I could fuse my own wire and make it any length I need, for my chop this is a lot of wire to hide.
December 9, 2013
If you have a few accessories that you use occasionally, this is a good option to have wired up.
July 22, 2013
Should Be Standard On All Bikes
For years I would pull my battery inside for the winter and have to reinstall it in the spring. Not any more. It's also nice to be able to hook up a charger if I'm going to be away for a while and not have to worry about a dead battery when I get back. As an added bonus, you can run a power port/cigarette adapter off it to charge your phone or use it as a GPS while you ride.
July 18, 2013
I lost a harness and needed one for another bike. This is an exact replacement. Works great.
November 26, 2012
Battery Tender Accessory Outlet
Very nice quality with cap to cover the exposed SAE plug. Use it for charging the battery and a Gerbing heated jacket liner with the old SAE type plug. I replace the cigarette lighter plugs on accessories with SAE plugs, and also have a cig. lighter plug with a SAE. It just works and is infinitely more durable than other types of connections.
July 9, 2012
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Christopher P: Everyone needs one of these Nothing worse then a dead battery on a beautiful day. Helps keep the battery charged through the winter with out having to constantly remove the battery.Nov 12, 2013
Peter S: One tender, three bikes (two not being ridden at any given moment).Nov 11, 2013