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8 reviews | 3.1 out of 5
I bought 3 of these in Sept 2012. March 2013 two are dead so I returned them, however, they only had 1 so I upgrade to the MAXX-29D since they have two of those. Got them holme and installed and 1 wouldn't take a charge. back to store to replace and no more MAXX-29 so I grab the single 29D and havethem check it ...it was bad. Go to another walmart store and get MAXX-29D. bring it home and drop it in the boat and it won't take a charge. I can't be the 1st person to notice a trned with these batteries from with a "4/12" sticker on them.
I used them 5 days after I bought them, and ran furnace, lights, and usual sensors always on.
No problems. Used one cold night, and it met expectations.
Bought this battery as a replacement for my Home battery on twin engine cruiser one month ago. I asked the automotive salesman if they were fully charged. ---I failed to check the water level since it was new and he said yes --- my mistake I think. Well my boat charger kept tripping the starboard breaker -- so moved the battery to the Port engine well then the Port breaker kept tripping -- this started a week and half ago. I then checked the water level --none -- I mean zero --- I am bringing the battery back for replacement as I do not it charged up -- i want a new one with electrolytes in it --- we will see what happens -- what is surprising is that I had no problems until two week of use which is probably because I pulled most of the amps out of it and my charger could put them back in hence the tripping of the breakers ---
Got this battery in 05/12 (battery sticker 4/12), installed it in my small motor home as a coach battery. After about 1 year, it held a charge less and less. By 4/14, it was completely dead, would not hold a charge. The battery only has a 1 year replacement warranty.
Good morning. We recommend that when not in use that the battery be kept fully charged with a tender or a charger with an auto shutoff. That will help the life of the battery. I am not sure if that is what you did, but that is the recommended practice for the batteries.
I got this battery for my solar backup system and plan on buying more for a bank of battery's. it always good to be prepared.
I asked the clerk for AH information and of course he said they didn't have that sort of info. I did some research and found out the 24DC = 75AH, 27DC = 115AH, and the 29DC = 125 AH - for the extra 5.00 it's worth the 29DC over the 24DC. I'm a little upset because I had inadvertently bought a 24MS which is just a marine start battery but I"m quite sure I paid up to 90.00 not knowing any better (it's a 60.00 battery). Anyway, the 29DC is the way to go (I'm using these for solar application)
I had the battery before this one that was yellow and it lasted like 6 years and it finally died so I bought this one and it has great cranking amps. They hold power for a long time.
This expensive battery did not last! Just over it's warranty..with a light use.. Never will I buy another EVERSTART!