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CTEK bundle at Blade Autocenter

With Christmas just around the corner, now is the time to buy your Dad or hubby the perfect gearhead gift this Yuletide season. Now available in Blade Autocenter stores located in SM, Robinsons and Ayala Malls nationwide, every car owner can now extend the life cycles of the car, SUV, motorcycles batteries with CTEK’s amazing bundles. Get savings of up to 28 percent with Bundles that contain a CTEK MXS 3.8 charger; one Bumper 60; one Comfort Indicator outlet and a limited edition CTEK Cooler Bag for just P5,310. The other two bundles have similar contents but has either the CTEK MCS 5.0 or the CTEK Time-To-Go smart charger that comes with a complimentary bag at priced at P5,990 from P7,645 and P7,260 from P9,600 respectively. 

The CTEK’s line of car chargers include all the safety features such as insulated, spark-resistant clamp and an automated charging feature that is programmed to prevent overloading your batteries, and the charger will automatically sense when the maximum charge has been delivered, then stop supplying power. The CTEK charger also features a reverse polarity warning light that turns on if you have placed the clamps on the incorrect battery post. One of the best features of the CTEK car battery charger is its ability to charge nearly every battery type available. This includes the common acid-lead batteries found in most automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, golf carts, lawn mower and boats, and can also charge deep-cycle, gel-cell and automated glass mat, or AGM batteries.

This battery booster automatically analyzes the charge and type of battery you connect it to, you can charge the batteries of your vehicle without worrying about using an incorrect setting or overcharging your battery. 

Topics: CTEK car battery charger , Blade Autocenter stores , SM , Robinsons , Ayala Malls

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