Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 8reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Roadslack Great Battery, But Check The Electrolyte First Be sure to check the electrolyte level when you purchase the battery. I purchaced the MAXX DC 29 and MAXX DC 24. Both had low electrolyte levels. While there was sufficient levels to keep the plates covered so sulfation wasn't a concern, I had to add 6 - 8 oz of distilled water to each battery to get both battries to the proper levels.Also, make sure you purchase the newest battery you can based on the date sticker on the battery. Most experts recommend you don't by a battery that is older than 3 months old. The two batteries I purchased were less than a month old.While the battery says maintenance free, you will need to monitor the electrolyte levels if you want your purchase to last. 10/27/2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by yarmon sweet batt mang! nice battery i have it in my travel trailor it is able to run my interior lights all night not even phasing it' i have not had any problems with it' holds a charge a long time 11/17/2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don65 MAXX 29 Marine Battery Out of 4 MAXX 29 batteries, I have had 3 fail in less than 2 years. All of a sudden they refuse to take a charge. In each case I was in the field, was relying on the battery and had to come in early. 06/04/2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by MWABASSFishin Me and my Fishin buddy wear headed to a BASS turnament on Lake Jordan AL, wondering if my 2 year old batteries would do the trick. Practiced on Friday old Batteries only lasted 5 1/2 hours on low setting. Stoped at walmart on the way to holet and purchest Everstart MAXX Size 29.Battery purformed well no regreats on purchase we cam in 8th place battery lasted all day with no loss of power MWA BASS Fishin. 04/22/2013