Exide ET 650 Lead Acid leisure Battery Verified by NCC as Class A

Feb 9, 2008
7,450
13,149
Corby, Northants
Funster No
1,455
MH
Coach Built
Exp
Since 2007
Looking through the latest NCC verified battery list, I was more than a little surprised to see this lead acid battery being given a class 'A' rating by the above scheme and also rated at 360 cycles at 50% DOD. This is 160 cycles more than the Banner 95751 Lead Acid battery (class B) and only for a few more pounds. I would be interested to know if any members have purchased said battery and how they have found it's performance.
 
Feb 13, 2013
748
597
Edinburgh
Funster No
24,680
MH
Rapido 881F
Exp
Since 2015
Any one have a view on the above. I have been looking for replacements leisure batteries. Varta et al are my list but this battery looked interesting. We sort of fall betweent the NCC Cat B and A in usage!
 
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PhilandMena
Feb 9, 2008
7,450
13,149
Corby, Northants
Funster No
1,455
MH
Coach Built
Exp
Since 2007
Be advised the Carta LFD 90 that seems to be popular on here, is according to Varta's own website for caravans and motorhomes with a low to moderate usage.

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Feb 13, 2013
748
597
Edinburgh
Funster No
24,680
MH
Rapido 881F
Exp
Since 2015
Yep the varta is on my list, if I can get 3 in I may go for it but was wondering if anyone had experience of the Excide, given it is a lower cat A battery and more 'grunt' per battery.
 
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