I haven't been riding much during the rainy weather and always enjoy a few hours of good weather on the weekend to start my bike and freshen up the battery. A poorly maintained battery can take the fun out of your day and money out of your pocket. After my ride around the block this afternoon I noticed the EZ Charger New Generation Fail-Safe Automatic Battery Charger box sitting on the garage shelf. I purchased the charger, made by BRW Technology, Inc, several years ago from JC Whitney (# 81-3125) to keep the battery on the Honda CM400 charged. I 'know' all this because I still had the original shipping container. This gadget is a little black box about the size of two books of matches, attached to one side of the box by several feet of low voltage cable is the typical "box-like" 2-prong plug/transformer, and attached to the other side of the box a short run of additional cable terminating in a 2-wire push plug connector. The charger included both the ring terminal leads for the plug connection (to install on the battery for a fixed plug-in installation) and clamp terminals on a plug for utility uses of the charger. Unfortunately I don't remember the cost, but suspect the price was between ten and twenty dollars shipped. The installation was quick, about 30 minutes, mainly to install the two-wire ring terminal connectors to the Fury's battery terminals. I had to get the manual out to locate the battery and refresh myself on side cover removal procedures. Once the terminal wires are attached using a big phillips (+) screwdriver (the only tool required for the project) the only thing remaining was to route the push connector to a suitable location, in my case near the rear foot peg. After a few days of use on the motorcycle, the charger needs to go on the wife's car (since she's always driving my truck). The included clamp connectors have that application covered. Overall, installing the connectors for this charger on my Honda Fury was a lot easier and much quicker than writing this blog entry, and hopefully better done. Happy trails.