Torklift Intros ‘PowerArmor’ Locking Battery Box

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November 15, 2017 by   Leave a Comment

Torklift announced the release of its PowerArmor battery box, made to house a single battery and targeting truck camper owners who tow boats. 

According to a press release, the locking battery box is a compact 17 3/4-inches in length, keeping a single battery safe from theft and gives boaters the flexibility of accessing additional battery power while either on the water or while stored on their trailer. The box is available with or without a solar panel.

“With batteries ranging in various sizes, we are continuously getting requests for locking storage boxes to accommodate a single battery,” said Torklift President Jack Kay. “The smaller size takes up less space and is completely versatile for a number of applications, especially boats where storage is significantly limited.”

Nearly 40% of truck camper owners tow watercrafts behind their truck and camper, the release stated. Extra battery power on a boat allows access to backup power when the engine is powered off. This is significant for nighttime navigation lights and playing music. 

“A versatile feature of the PowerArmor is the option to add a Zamp Solar solar panel to its lid,” said Kay. “The solar feature keeps the battery charged and in optimum condition, dramatically extending the battery life and never leaving you stuck out on the water with no power.”

The PowerArmor is built with 100% aluminum for maximum longevity, has a high-impact powder coated black frame, is lockable to prevent expensive battery theft and has an acid neutralizing battery mat to avoid corrosion from batteries.

The single PowerArmor battery box starts at $215.99 while a box with a 10-watt solar panel mounted to the lid starts at $395.99. An access port allows for electrical wires to pass through the side wall of the box so it easily connects to the circuit system of trailers and trucks.

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