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 which leisure battery ?
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Hi all,
Thinking of replacing my 2 x 110 amp leisure batteries in the new year, looking for suggestions re make, type etc
thanks
peter.
 
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I can only help with which not to buy

I have 2 Elecsol and in my personal opinion they are a waste of money

Alan H
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Fatalhud wrote:
I can only help with which not to buy

I have 2 Elecsol and in my personal opinion they are a waste of money

Alan H


Whats wrong with your Elecsol's Alan? ours have been good as gold coupled with a 100w Alden solar panel we have not run out of leccy.
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jacknjill wrote:
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Thinking of replacing my 2 x 110 amp leisure batteries in the new year, looking for suggestions re make, type etc
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peter.


BANG for BUCK I recommend this! same battery as the Numax XV31mf but less profit margin and a different label. 2 for 158
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Excusez-moi si mon message est perdu dans la traduction
 
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hi peter, i replaced my to 110's with energy bull 115 leisure batterys. banner battery number 95901 . they are doing exactly what they are supposed to at the moment. google them and see what you think, all the best sean
 
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i'm using a couple of VARTA Semi-traction batteries at the moment


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these people have a good selection of batteries (though a tad expensive but paying a bit extra may be worth it for good advice )
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 which Leisure battery
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Numax CXV30HMF Sealed Leisure Battery

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Bonus this battery is light
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Bonus this battery is light

That's same as Xv31mf but with single terminals and plus P&P
I bought from Tanya this year but have since realised a better deal at the post I made earlier

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John Wickersham tested batteries recently in one - or more - of the magazines, and Banner came up as the best value for money in terms of manufacture and longevity - whatever that is.
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Bonus this battery is light

That's same as Xv31mf but with single terminals and plus P&P
I bought from Tanya this year but have since realised a better deal at the post I made earlier


I had a nightmare getting them to replace a duff alphaline battery. I would personally not recommend battery megastore.

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