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Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by Rick Johnson, Jun 8, 2016.

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  1. Rick Johnson

    Rick Johnson Newcomer
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    Hi everyone on the forum I'm new on here and wandered if anyone can help me with a query. I've recently invested in a Facelift BackPack for WFP window cleaning, what I would like to know is a)how long do they normally take to fully charge for use. b) what is the running cost on average to charge c)is there such a thing as a battery charger for it that can be run from a cigarette lighter in the car?
     
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  2. chris clean

    chris clean Active Member
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    Hi Rick welcome to the forum mate. I use the gardiner v3 backpack all day everyday and its never run out of battery I normally put it on charge for a couple of hours when I get in and its charged. I wouldn't worry about finding ways to charge it in the van but hopefully someone on here has that backpack and can tell ya for sure
     
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    I use the gardiners one also and only charge it every few days
    It has a red light to say when it needs charging
    Never seen it come on
     
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    I know 2 guys who work together using only gardiners backpacks who only charge theirs once a week and that's if they remember
    They will do over 9 hours continous use which is a lot when it is only on for a few minutes at a time
     
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