Leisure Batteries (1 Viewer)

Apr 12, 2013
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My Leisure batteries are showing signs of there age,
thinking of changing them for cheap Hankook batteries 110 amp £69.53 each , 4 year guarantee.
A friend has advised Numax DC25 MF £126.90 each.
Any advice on either ?
Many thanks
 

TerryL

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Beware not all batteries labelled as leisure are suitable.

Lots and lots of threads - search on Leisure Batteries.
 

ambulancekidd

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Since 1964 Gosh that makes me feel old.
My Leisure batteries are showing signs of there age,
thinking of changing them for cheap Hankook batteries 110 amp £69.53 each , 4 year guarantee.
A friend has advised Numax DC25 MF £126.90 each.
Any advice on either ?
Many thanks

Numax & Hankook are made by the same manufacturer, I've bought two Hankook batteries recently & I'm delighted with them.
My old Numax battery is about 7yrs old & still going strong in my mates Bongo.
 
Oct 20, 2010
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We use Hankooks from the Battery Megastore, we spend about 8 months a year in the van and very rarely use hook-up they have been fine for the past three years
Cheers
Ed

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