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Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: 361V] #12135293
03/10/17 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted By: 361V
$400 12v marine lithium batteries? There's a reason he has not responded back. :-)


roflmao

This.

He was either trolling (no pun intended) or he was calling his dealer and chewing him out for lying about selling him "lithium" batteries. lmao


Thats my money fish

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Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12165230
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In these days, lithium batteries are used in bikes, ships, hoverboard, toys.

There are lots of problems with the lithium-ion batteries.

1.explosion due to overcharging
2.charging issue
3.price

Manufacturer uses this batteries due to its low price.

hoverboard price reduces with the use of lithium batteries.

lithium batteries are compact in size and require less space to install.

Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12167289
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I don't think that AGM are "gel" batteries. AGM means Alternate Glass Matt. The plates inside the battery are different. Much closer together and have fiberglass between them. Don't quote me on that.

Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12181330
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AGM= absorbed glass mat


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Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12181485
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Did we ever get a link to the cheap lithiums?

Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: grout-scout] #12185240
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Originally Posted By: grout-scout
Did we ever get a link to the cheap lithiums?

Hell no!!!! That got dropped like a used rubber when they figured out their batteries weren't Lithium!

Last edited by 21xs Elite; 04/05/17 11:49 PM.
Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: 21xs Elite] #12185424
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Originally Posted By: 21xs Elite
Originally Posted By: grout-scout
Did we ever get a link to the cheap lithiums?

Hell no!!!! That got dropped like a used rubber when they figured out their batteries weren't Lithium!



roflmao

Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: grout-scout] #12202403
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Originally Posted By: grout-scout
Originally Posted By: 21xs Elite
Originally Posted By: grout-scout
Did we ever get a link to the cheap lithiums?

Hell no!!!! That got dropped like a used rubber when they figured out their batteries weren't Lithium!



roflmao


roflmao

Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12202830
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I would expect to see Lithium Sulfur batteries to start showing up in the market this year as a cheaper solution.

Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12272712
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Did anyone find Lithium batteries cheap?

Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12272817
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Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12276144
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As a guy who tests batteries and battery systems at data centers and black start power plants - here is the scoop on batteries: If you maintain them well, use them sparingly and keep them stored at 70F year round - they will last 48mo max, in reality a car, boat or marine battery will give you 36mos on average assuming you keep water on them, float them and equalize them or have a good charger that does all that. 2 years will use about 75% and the final year will leave you hanging. AGM, Flooded Lead Acid and even Lithium about the same.


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Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12276536
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Nascar has been using Lithium batteries for years now in their race cars. 2 batteries only weigh about 35 lbs. These engines are hard on charging systems and many times they have to rely on the batteries to get them thru to the end. They have 2 lithiums and a dash switch to change over to a fresh battery should the alternator fail. Happens a lot on JR's No 88 car it seems. NASCAR states that typically they can expect 10 year life from these batteries if everything goes good. http://crateinsider.com/go-lithium-introduces-new-16-volt-lithium-battery-for-race-cars/

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Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: dr.juice] #12276654
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Originally Posted By: dr.juice

Mine were not 1k apiece. More like 700 and no problems in seven years


IF they last 10 more years you will break even or perhaps be a little ahead. Let us know how it turns out.

Re: Lithium boat batteries. [Re: furpfish] #12290216
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They are EXPENSIVE!

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