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Battery Warmer vs Trickle Charger

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I am moving up to Lake Tahoe this winter and taking my 2013 Outback with me. I have a Deltan Battery Tender Plus that I have used on BMW's to keep there battery at max capacity when the car is sitting in the garage. I will be proably diving the outback every other day. Would I be better off buying a battery warmer for the Subaru instead of using the trickle charger in the cold Tahoe winter?
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If you think you got to make a choice..... Why not both?

Are you parking outdoors?

2013? Your battery should be good for the first winter. It's the summer heat that cooks them.
 
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