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#1
im going to batus soon and was wondering in the back of a warrior is there a lead that be used in the BV sockets to provide us with a way of charging ipods, phones ect.
 
#5
Buy yourself a transformer from a camping or caravanning shop, get yourself some croc clips and you can take straight off the vehicle batteries.

Just got back fromn BATUS and thats how we did it out of the back of a CVR(T).

Alternatively get yourself a solar power monkey - absolutely worth their weight in gold, got one of them too.

When you get to Suffield, get yourself to Canadian Tyre for all of your exercise esentials like Gas (although Im guessing you'll be using a BV) and "Off" (preferably the green tin for woodland) Insect repellent. Those fecking mozzies are as vicious as a pissed up, pissed off Jock out there!

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#6
All WR that have had MOD 785 completed have 6x USB charging points just behind the Comd seat. There are another two by the drivers seat as well. I couldn't say for sure if all the BATUS cabs have had that MOD carried out yet, but if your particular wagon hasn't got it done yet, poke Archie at BATUS LAD, drop him a four pack and yours might move magically to the top of the list.
excellent cheers i will definitely look into that
 
#7
Buy yourself a transformer from a camping or caravanning shop, get yourself some croc clips and you can take straight off the vehicle batteries.

Just got back fromn BATUS and thats how we did it out of the back of a CVR(T).

Alternatively get yourself a solar power monkey - absolutely worth their weight in gold, got one of them too.

When you get to Suffield, get yourself to Canadian Tyre for all of your exercise esentials like Gas (although Im guessing you'll be using a BV) and "Off" (preferably the green tin for woodland) Insect repellent. Those fecking mozzies are as vicious as a pissed up, pissed off Jock out there!

Anymore BATUS top tips just PM me
aye im going to get some gas anyway as the wagon will inevitably crumble at some stage , is it not a bit of a testicle ache rifting the access plates to the battery all the time or did your lot keep them off ?
 
#8
aye im going to get some gas anyway as the wagon will inevitably crumble at some stage , is it not a bit of a testicle ache rifting the access plates to the battery all the time or did your lot keep them off ?
Buy the gas before you go and take it out with you. It's much cheaper in the UK.
 
#11
USBs in Warriors - boy has it changed...

I'm still sniggering that there's something called a 'muff coupling' on a tank 20 yrs on ;)
Not so funny when you have to change 30 432's worth of bolts and lock tab them all on your first job as a sproggy Craftman.
 
#12
Buy the gas before you go and take it out with you. It's much cheaper in the UK.
Can you take them on planes? It's a gen question, not a 'you can't kin do that'.
 
#13
All WR that have had MOD 785 completed have 6x USB charging points just behind the Comd seat. There are another two by the drivers seat as well.
VG, do you know if it's USB 2 or USB 3? I know it doesn't make any difference for charging but I want to know if I can upload my iTunes to the vehicle before Endex.
 
#15
@ VG Cheers Buddy, forgot about that! Duh!

@ Smudge Thanks, thats a new one since I was last there 2 years ago, looks like quite a good setup now.
 
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#18
I thought the wifi enabled cabs hadn't made it out to Canada yet? I heard the priority was for vehicles going to theatre to be fitted first, then Germany, then UK and finally BATUS.

I know there is a trials vehicle knocking about somewhere out there but only officers get to use it.
 

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