EverStart 27DC Marine Battery

4.0 stars
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By: EverStart
Walmart #: 001020529
$81.67
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  • Available for in-store purchase only
  • 1 year free replacement warranty with original receipt
  • Need to get rid of your old battery? Free lead-acid battery recycling at your local Walmart
  • About this item

    The EverStart 27DC Marine Battery is a smart choice for your boat. This item is available for in-store purchase only. It comes with a one-year replacement warranty, and with free battery testing and installation at your local Walmart Tire and Express Lube Center, where you can also find free lead-acid battery recycling. When you need to power your boat and keep it moving, the EverStart Battery is a reliable option that has been carefully crafted for reliability.

  • 9.13 inches to the top of the terminal
  • Available for in-store purchase only
  • 1 year free replacement warranty with original receipt
  • Need to get rid of your old battery? Free lead-acid battery recycling at your local Walmart

    **Price shown does not include the 'Core' Battery charge (varies by state). To avoid this core charge, bring your old battery in exchange at time of purchase. If you do not have your old battery at time of purchase, simply bring it later along with your receipt and your core refund will be issued.

  • Specifications

    Model No.: 27DC
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 50.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 12.88 x 6.75 x 9.13
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA and Imported
    Origin of Components: USA and Imported
    Walmart No.: 1020529
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    Customer Reviews | 16 reviews | 3.8 out of 5

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    Lasted 4 years
    5/8/2012

    Customer review by An anonymous customer

    5.0 stars by An anonymous customer

    Tried various trolling motor batteries over the years but now I'll stick with these. Picked up 2 of these in May of 2008. One had a problem after 6 months wouldn't hold a charge, brought it back with no receipt and they scanned the bar code and replaced it with a new on no question, no pro-rate, just gave me a new battery. We fished these for 4 years and now they need to be replaced. I'v had other brands that went two years and failed.

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    An anonymous customer
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    8/31/2011

    Customer review by hammamoto

    5.0 stars by hammamoto

    I have two boats. I purchased batteries for both boats at the same time. One at Walmart the other at a big box store. My Walmart batterties are still up and holding a charge. My big box store batteries, cost more, with a 30 month guatantee, died at 30 months. I have just replaced both the big box batteries with the Everstart 27 DC-6 batteries. I saved $15 each and now have better batteries.

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    hammamoto
    Loreto BCS MX
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Male
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Every few days
    Great Value
    4/15/2012

    Customer review by SeattleVW

    5.0 stars by SeattleVW

    Was bought at local Walmart in WA state for $68. Noone else could beat the price. I was hesitant at first but tried it out anyways. Other places were asking for at least $80 - $100 for their low end model. Some of the newer gel models are between $100 - $200. I purchased this battery for dry camping(no power or water available) with my pop-up tent trailer. I only used the battery for the furnace(propane, but the fan blower and the thermostat drains battery) to maintane 65 degrees inside on 33-36 degree nights. This battery was able to last two nights and still had over 12 volts showing. This is the best value for the money. If I could afford it, I would buy one of the gel batteries, but WHY?

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    SeattleVW
    Seattle, WA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    I bought a Previously owned Fith Wheel that has this battery in the compartment. The compartment is setup for two batteries and I think it may have had 2 Deep cycle 6 volts in series too double up on the Amp hours. It states it is also good for RV on the battery when one of the questions answered is no? Makes me wonder if someone had a bad experience or just misapplied the battery to the application? Does anyone know if you use two 12 volts in parallel does it still increase amp hours?
    by an anonymous customer 6/12/2012
    • Hooking 2 batteries in parallel is done to increase your amp hour rating while maintaining the original voltage. i.e. 2 6V 65aH batteries connected in parallel gives you 6V and 130aH total.
      by ReaderOfEyes5/29/2013
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    • You want to hook the two batteries in parallel - plus to plus, minus to minus - to double the current (amperage) capacity. If connected in series - one plus to one minus - you will end up with amperage of a single battery, but at 24 volts (12v + 12v)... not likely what you want. Also, your guess of two 6 volt batteries in series would produce 12 volts, but would not double the current - you would still only have the amperage of a single battery. In short, you can double current with a parallel hookup, or double the voltage with a series hookup - but you can't do both at once. Good luck.
      by ShakopeeMike5/29/2013
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    • Yes if you hook them up + to + and - to - it will nearly double your capacity. There is a formula you have to take into effect if you are going to be pulling a mass amount of draw with stereos, two way radios or intense hogs like power inverters. This equation is called the "Peukert's Effect" but that only accounts for around a 10% loss in available amp hours.
      by ChadT787/24/2013
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