Oxford Oximiser 900
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Customer Reviews for Oxford Oximiser 900
I didn't realise how poo my old charger was until.
I bought the Oximiser. The Oximiser is simple to use, its display is clear and easy to read and when I've fired up my bike after it's been charging the engine appears to spin up quicker.. after checking with a multimeter, the battery's voltage and amps are a couple of notches higher than after charging with my old meter. How? I have no idea, it's all electrickery to me.Read more
A must have
This is probably one of the many tools needed but the fair weather motorcyclist. It checks the battery and then charges it in an efficient and effective manner leaving you with no doubt that your bike will be ready to use at the first push of the starter. I highly recommend itRead more
Good bit of kit, simple to use
Oximiser comes with both sets of connection cables, crocodile clips and eye connectors with easy connection plug so you don't have to undo your seat each time you want to charge. Bought the oximiser and charged battery easily and quick, then it goes into maintenance mode.Read more
Brilliant bit of kit!
Does exactly what it is supposed to do with extras! Brought my dead battery back to life within a couple of hours, initially I just used the crocodile clips in case the battery was beyond use, but wired in the screw terminals cables (which I didn't realise were included) afterwards to make it easy to unplug and ride.Read more
Does the job!
So far so good! easy to set up and plug in. Just fitted the plug in adapter and now just plug it in every time I need to. Brilliant SBS service as perRead more
Great bit of kit
Does everything it says on the box , so handy to be able to charge and monitor the battery while still on the bike. Lightweight but decent construction. Very happyRead more
The product did exactly what it said it would, with just one overnight charge the battery was good to go. I've connected the easy connectors to the battery which was straight forward to maintain the battery. Product great but did have to wait longer to get the oximiser due to poor postal service, which wasn't any fault of sportsbike shop. Have used the guys before with no issues at all, and will use again in the future.Read more
Nearly makes ya bike a hybrid ????????brilliant itemRead more
sorted starting issues
The Oximiser saved my old battery, perked it enough to keep it going until the new battery arrived (it had failed to start the bike and died on a few occasions). Simple to fit (daytona 675) and functioning well for the last 2 weeks on the new battery. One small point is I would have liked a more comprehensive explanation of the display figures, but easy to find out elsewhere. SBS great service as everRead more
When it works great but doesn't last
Work great when it worked but just over two years in and it has packed up - buy an Optimate as buying optimiser 900 is a case of penny wise pound foolishRead more
Press Reviews for Oxford Oximiser 900
Oxford Oximiser 900
- A new generation of Battery Care Systems has arrived
- Automatically maintain, optimise and prolong the life of any 12v battery
- The Oximiser 900 can be left permanently connected to provide long-term battery care
- Complete with: Waterproof fuse holder, Crocodile clips, Wall bracket and screws
A new generation of Battery Care Systems has arrived. A professional switch mode charger designed to automatically maintain, optimise and prolong the life of any 12 volt battery.
Suitable for all 12V battery types up to 20Ah including Gel, MF and conventional lead and refillable batteries. The Oximiser 900 can be left permanently connected to provide long-term battery care.
This sophisticated battery management system provides real time information about the battery condition. Heavily discharged batteries as low as 4.1 V can be charged if the battery is not damaged.
Established in 1973, Oxford is now one of the world's leading suppliers of products to the two-wheeled industry. From its base in Oxfordshire, the company distributes to over 75 partners worldwide and has its own subsidiary in Jacksonville, Florida, serving both North and South America. Its huge range of products encompasses everything which makes life on bikes better; from clothing and helmets to accessories, hard parts, locks and luggage and more!See all Oxford products…
Questions and Answers
I pick up a new bike Saturday and I think it has a usb connection for charging. Is this suitable?March 14, 2019
A USB port on a bike will be for charging items such as mobile phones, and will be for output only. The Oximiser will come with a battery connection lead.
What length are cables that come with this, ie mains plug to charger and charger to bike. Also what difference between this and aniversary edition, same price except for a few coloured buttons on front ?September 20, 2018
The measurements are approximately 34 inches from the plug to charger, the lead from the charger to the connector is around 37 inches, and there is around 12 inches length on the battery connection lead. There is no difference between this and the Anniversary Edition.
Is this charge suitable for Lithium Batteries. I have read some manufacturer statements saying as long as they are not left on for long periods and the chargers don't charge at 15+ volts they should be fine?January 29, 2018
The only Oximiser that Oxford list that is suitable for lithium LifePO4 batteries is the 3X, and so we would not recommend using the Oximiser 900.
Can you use with DDA socket?January 11, 2018
This cannot be used with a DDA socket. The Oxford battery chargers use the TM connections, but will come with a battery connection lead.
Can this oximiser be used with VRLA (valve regulated lead acid) battery, many thanks.December 6, 2017
The Oximiser 900 can be used for VRLA type batteries.
I have a battery that says 'no quick charging' on it (https://www.batterylookup.com/Yuasa/GS_GT12B-4~), can I still use this charger/tender? I plan on taking the battery off the bike and leaving it on the charger for the winter. Thanks.December 4, 2017
The Oxford Oximiser will be fine to maintain your battery.
Does this come with a EU plug too?November 28, 2017
The Oximiser 900 is supplied as standard with a UK plug only.
Could you please advise how long is the wire connection from Oximiser to power point. Regards...DavidNovember 23, 2017
We can confirm that the length of the wire (not including the plug) is approximately 34".
How are these with the outdoors? If I were to use it in my shed that doesn't offer a sealed environment away from the cold, would it cope?November 21, 2017
We would not recommend this for outdoor use, but it will be fine in a shed (as long as it does not get wet)
I bought this item and connected it up. It charges on bulk charge 0.87 amps then drops to maintain at 0.25 amps. I left it on for two days, the battery shows 12.8 volts plus, but it won't turn the engine over enough to start. If I use my old style car charger it will charge up ok but doesn't hold the charge for more than a few days even with the oximiser attached. Any advice?November 6, 2017
We would suggest either replacing your battery or asking an Auto-Electrician to check your regulator/rectifier.
Can you buy a 2nd set of connectors to be left on on a 2nd bike.October 30, 2017
You can, you will need to purchase a TM71 Tecmate/Optimate connector (quick find number 2649, option number 3)
Can the optimiser 900 charge through a power socket (cigarette lighter type) if the socket is not wired through the ignition switch and has a separate fuse?March 6, 2017
No, this unit does not come supplied with a 12V socket connection, only crocodile clips.
I have a 900 optimizer and its charging fine but what does "Bulk Charge " mean?March 3, 2017
Bulk Fast Charge means that the Optimiser charges at a fast rate to bring the battery to approximately 85% capacity
Can I double check it will revive a flat battery? I would also like to know how it fits to the bike?March 1, 2017
Optimisers can not always revive a flat battery as this will depend on how much it has already been discharged.( Heavily discharged batteries as low as 4.1 V can be charged if the battery is not damaged. The unit fits to the bikes battery via terminal leads which can be stored under the seat or fed through part of the bikes frame for easy access to the mains lead.
I have bought a new battery and need pour in the acid to activate it and then charge it. Will this charger work for this purpose?February 23, 2017
This will be fine - let the battery stand for an hour before charging, and leave the cap off while charging for the first time.
Plugged my charger in after bike was standing for two weeks bike didn't start so plugged in to give it a top up.. kept flashing 10.2 volts for two hours.. took battery in to bike shop to check.. charged it 100%.. just don't understand why my oximiser wouldn't do it??February 20, 2017
The Oximiser is designed to be plugged in and left on to maintain a battery,and so should really have been plugged in before leaving the bike for two weeks. The charger will go through cycles(recover, bulk charge and maintain) and two hours would not be long enough to give the battery a full charge. If this had been left on over night you should find that the battery would be fully charged.
Can you leave it on all over winter?January 28, 2017
The Oximiser 900 can be left permanently connected to provide long-term battery care.
Do Oxford have a charger that can be used on both cars and bikes?December 7, 2011
The Oxford Oximiser 3800 is capable of charging batteries from 1.2Ah up to 125Ah making it capable for car applications.
Does it mean you can connect it to your bike whilst you are riding it, or just when it is in storage?November 30, 2011
The Oxford Oximiser comes supplied with a connection wire which can be permanently attached to your battery. The wire leading from the battery ends in a connection point which can be placed in a convenient position such as under the seat etc. This allows you the convenience of connecting directly to the Oximiser when the bike is not in use and then disconnecting before you go out on the road.