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Is Your Snowmobile Battery Ready for Winter?

When there’s snow on the ground, snowmobilers are ready to ride. With CTEK’s MUS 4.3 Polar battery charger, your snowmobile’s battery will be fully charged so you and your machine can ride the winter trails.

Snowmobile on wintery trail and side image of CTEK MUS 4.3 Polar

Ever since Canadian Joseph-Armand Bombardier invented the snowmobile in 1935, the machines have been transporting people across snowy landscapes. 

The first snowmobiles were used to help country doctors and priests access remote rural areas in the winter.

While snowmobiles are still used for winter transportation in remote areas, they’re most often used for recreational purposes.

In fact, the International Snowmobile Manufacturing Association estimates snowmobilers in the United States and Canada spend more than $9 billion every year on their sport.

The modern snowmobile is known by a number of names - snowmachine, motor sled, snowscooter, skimobile and motor sledge. Regardless of what they call theirs, snowmobile riders know a dead battery dampers their fun.

CTEK Helps Extend Your Battery Life

Today, the majority of snowmobiles use 12.8 volt lead-acid batteries. To expand the life of your snowmobile battery, the key is keeping it charged. CTEK is the answer.

Line of snowmobile riders

CTEK, the world’s experts in smarter battery chargers, has designed the MUS 4.3 Polar to excel in cold-weather conditions.

The MUS 4.3 Polar is specially developed for use in extremely cold conditions, down to -22°F (-30°C). It features AC and DC cables adapted for low-temperature use.

CTEK specializes in complete battery care. CTEK has a unique and patented system to recover, charge and maintain all lead-acid battery types.

Weather fluctuations may mean long periods of time where your snowmobile is sitting dormant. Hooking the battery to a CTEK charger will keep your machine ride-ready.

The MUS 4.3 Polar uses an 8-step program to:

  1. Break down and remove the build-up of sulfation
  2. Test and check the vitals of the battery
  3. Bulk charge the battery
  4. Use an absorption phase to take the battery’s charge to 100%
  5. Analyze the battery to ensure it can hold the charge
  6. Return energy to the battery, if required, via a recond phase 
  7. Keep the battery charge “topped up” with a float charge
  8. Maintain the charge and prolong the life of your battery through a pulse charge

You Can 'Connect and Forget' CTEK Battery Chargers

CTEK’s MUS 4.3 Polar is designed for users to “connect and forget.” Simply select the program and mode and leave the charger to do the rest.

CTEK chargers are safe and easy to use. There’s no need to disconnect the battery from the snowmobile when charging. 

Spark-free operation and reverse polarity protection help protect users. 

The entire process of battery testing, charging, and maintenance is easily followed on the clear LED display.

It’s easy to see why CTEK makes “The Smartest Battery Chargers in the World.”

“Having owned several of another ‘popular’ brand of charger, the CTEK is far and above superior in every possible category. WELL worth the miniscule additional cost. ”