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12-Volt Marine AGM Deep -Cycle Battery

12-Volt Marine AGM Deep -Cycle Battery
Asking price: €125 sold
Seller:
isale 0 [0] gold This user is a verified user of Adverts.ie
Location:
Westmeath
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19/11/2010 9:30 pm (3 years ago)
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12-Volt Marine AGM Deep -Cycle Battery

Description:

Condition: Brand New
Type: Deep-Cycle Extreme Performance Marine Battery
Series: AGM Deep-Cycle 140
Amp hours: 79
Weight: 53 lbs
Marketed by Bass Pro, Inc.
Made in USA

This is a non-spilable, maintanance free battery, can be used for Diesel engine cars, trolling motors, house power and accessory loads etc.

Short link: http://www.adverts.ie/273071

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Comments
custom900 asked a question 03/09/2010 2:08 am (3 years ago):
Hi, offer €50 and will collect.
isale says 03/09/2010 2:54 pm (3 years ago):
check www.basspro.com, find the exact same battery and then reconsider your offer. cheers
paddyp asked a question 10/09/2010 1:54 am (3 years ago):
Where did you buy it and do you have a receipt?
isale says 11/09/2010 9:03 pm (3 years ago):
i bought it in basspro shop, usa. brand new and never been used. no receipt though, sorry mate.
mhd asked a question 28/09/2010 9:54 pm (3 years ago):
Offer €75
isale says 12/10/2010 10:34 am (3 years ago):
€110 is as low as i can go. If you have any doubts, please check the website below. This battery it's best in its class and will serve you for many years.
http://www.basspro.com/Bass-Pro-Shops-XPS-12Volt-Deep-Cycle-Marine-Batteries/product/58337/-1122567
paddyp asked a question 12/10/2010 10:51 am (3 years ago):
A lead acid battery is only as good as its charge, they must be charged after a certain number of months on the shelf, the date is usually marked on the label but it doesn't appear to be marked on this one. If the charge is low irreversible sulfation occurs and your battery loses capacity.

You must realise that anyone purchasing this battery is taking a risk, its very difficult to asses the condition of a lead acid battery without graphing a full charge, discharge cycle. So you need to show the date that charging was required if its marked on the battery or be more realistic about your asking price.
isale says 16/10/2010 9:55 am (3 years ago):
Anyone seriously interested buyer can be assured, the battery I am selling is still a 100% of it's capacity. Anyone seriously interested buying a good battery would know what does AGM stand for. Please do not leave any more comments on how the batteries should be treated and the asking price is too high.
Here is some information on AGM batteries for paddyp and those who wants to know more about these battery types:

AGM, or Absorbed Glass Mat Batteries

A newer type of sealed battery uses "Absorbed Glass Mats", or AGM between the plates. This is a very fine fiber Boron-Silicate glass mat. These type of batteries have all the advantages of gelled, but can take much more abuse. We sell the Concorde (and Lifeline, made by Concorde) AGM batteries. These are also called "starved electrolyte", as the mat is about 95% saturated rather than fully soaked. That also means that they will not leak acid even if broken.
AGM batteries have several advantages over both gelled and flooded, at about the same cost as gelled:

Since all the electrolyte (acid) is contained in the glass mats, they cannot spill, even if broken. This also means that since they are non-hazardous, the shipping costs are lower. In addition, since there is no liquid to freeze and expand, they are practically immune from freezing damage.

Nearly all AGM batteries are "recombinant" - what that means is that the Oxygen and Hydrogen recombine INSIDE the battery. These use gas phase transfer of oxygen to the negative plates to recombine them back into water while charging and prevent the loss of water through electrolysis. The recombining is typically 99+% efficient, so almost no water is lost.

The charging voltages are the same as for any standard battery - no need for any special adjustments or problems with incompatible chargers or charge controls. And, since the internal resistance is extremely low, there is almost no heating of the battery even under heavy charge and discharge currents. The Concorde (and most AGM) batteries have no charge or discharge current limits.

AGM's have a very low self-discharge - from 1% to 3% per month is usual. This means that they can sit in storage for much longer periods without charging than standard batteries. The Concorde batteries can be almost fully recharged (95% or better) even after 30 days of being totally discharged.

AGM's do not have any liquid to spill, and even under severe overcharge conditions hydrogen emission is far below the 4% max specified for aircraft and enclosed spaces. The plates in AGM's are tightly packed and rigidly mounted, and will withstand shock and vibration better than any standard battery.

Even with all the advantages listed above, there is still a place for the standard flooded deep cycle battery. AGM's will cost 2 to 3 times as much as flooded batteries of the same capacity. In many installations, where the batteries are set in an area where you don't have to worry about fumes or leakage, a standard or industrial deep cycle is a better economic choice. AGM batteries main advantages are no maintenance, completely sealed against fumes, Hydrogen, or leakage, non-spilling even if they are broken, and can survive most freezes.
Source: www.windsun.com
paddyp asked a question 16/10/2010 11:10 am (3 years ago):
I'm not trying to be a prick I asked about the receipt because there doesn't seem to be a date on the battery (im happy for you to correct me on that). I assumed you'd at least volunteer when you bought it.

I know all about agm batteries, no lead acid battery is immune from sulfation. The best agm bateries with the best construction and additives may have a shelf life of two and a half years but the shelf life for a typical good good agm yuasa,exie etc. is 15-18 months. Thats temperature dependant. If you bought the battery in alaska it might happily sit in a warehouse for 4 years in arizon it might be 6-9 months.

With no date marked on the battery you have no idea when it was manufactured, and with no receipt we have no idea how long you've owned it.
isale says 22/10/2010 4:47 pm (3 years ago):
the battery has been bought in 2008 and charged once in august, 2010. charged it because wanted to try in the lake though never had a chance to do so. my dinghy boat is to small to carry an extra 30kg of weight.
custom900 asked a question 23/10/2010 11:41 am (3 years ago):
So its over 2 years old? I'll take a chance and offer €80.
isale says 24/10/2010 4:59 pm (3 years ago):
As I mentioned before €110 is the lowest offer I would accept. Do the search and you'll see that this is a best offer you can get.