When i purchased x2 a few months ago i was told it was 3yrs I even wrote it on the batteries before installing so you saying this only makes me confused now as i had nothing in writing from themAnyone clarify the warranty on these batteries
Tanya state 2 years
Battery Megastore state 4 years
We are a mix of on and off EHU. Tend to only be away every 2 to 3 weeks. If away week or more either always on ehu or every 3 or 4 days. We have a 150w solar panelBattery warranty is a minefield. You would be well advised to ask for the warranty details and be prepared to find out it is at best confusing and at worst useless. As sure as eggs are eggs it will different to what a normal person would expect for warranty cover.
Also, as an aside, be aware the Varta LFD 90 are, according to Varta's own website for motorhomes/caravans with a low to moderate usage with up to 200 cycles @50% discharge. If you are going to be on hook up most of the time this battery will be fine. If your going to be off hook up more often than on, you may find a NNC rated Class B battery more suitable and if your going to be off hook up most of the time then a NCC rated Class A battery would be the preferred choice.
Have you asked them for details of the warranty ! What you may have in mind and what they actually cover is almost certainly two different things.Response from Battery Megastore
The Varta LFD90 comes with a four year warranty and is honoured by us for that duration. We would need you to provide the invoice which is sent to you after the item is dispatched for proof of purchase.
If you have any questions regarding the above or require any assistance in finding the correct battery, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Checkede with Tanya and theirs is confirmed as 2 years. Swaying towards BMS tbh.
Has anyone used Battery Megastore?
Work out £15 more expensive thou
TrueHave you asked them for details of the warranty ! What you may have in mind and what they actually cover is almost certainly two different things.