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Mighty Max Lithium Batteries ??? #14463714 08/31/22 02:26 AM
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Has anyone tried the Mighty Max Marine Lithium Battery 100amp hour ?

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Re: Mighty Max Lithium Batteries ??? [Re: BCOU] #14463728 08/31/22 02:40 AM
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Never heard of them

Re: Mighty Max Lithium Batteries ??? [Re: BCOU] #14465019 09/01/22 01:47 PM
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They are listed at Walmart now for $419

Re: Mighty Max Lithium Batteries ??? [Re: BCOU] #14465271 09/01/22 05:25 PM
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2 year warranty, not worth it to me.

Re: Mighty Max Lithium Batteries ??? [Re: BCOU] #14465290 09/01/22 05:40 PM
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I always find it interesting when there are 150 different threads asking the same question (which LiFePo is best?) that all eventually get to the same answer but they keep coming back with new threads and new brands only to end up back in the same spot.

The best there are, especially if you need a cranker, is Ionic. Because they are all becoming cheaper each year, they are even offering cheaper package deals now. Still nowhere near actually "cheap" but for a 10 year life, its a bargain. Plus all the other factors.

Disclaimer - this is NOT, I repeat NOT, someone that I have any financial connection to. Bought the batteries nearly 2 years ago and have been the best I've ever seen in a boat.


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Re: Mighty Max Lithium Batteries ??? [Re: Chris G] #14465558 09/01/22 09:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Chris G
I always find it interesting when there are 150 different threads asking the same question (which LiFePo is best?) that all eventually get to the same answer but they keep coming back with new threads and new brands only to end up back in the same spot.

The best there are, especially if you need a cranker, is Ionic. Because they are all becoming cheaper each year, they are even offering cheaper package deals now. Still nowhere near actually "cheap" but for a 10 year life, its a bargain. Plus all the other factors.

Disclaimer - this is NOT, I repeat NOT, someone that I have any financial connection to. Bought the batteries nearly 2 years ago and have been the best I've ever seen in a boat.

I can say the same for RELION, been running these almost 4 years with no problem. Truth be known, I do have some skin in this game, my company sells batteries. Anything Continental is related to and then some. thumb


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The Chins 100ah are one of the best value lithium’s, no bluetooth in them though. I’ll probably stick with Ionics though, enough people using them with good results.

Re: Mighty Max Lithium Batteries ??? [Re: grout-scout] #14465682 09/02/22 12:13 AM
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Originally Posted by grout-scout
The Chins 100ah are one of the best value lithium’s, no bluetooth in them though. I’ll probably stick with Ionics though, enough people using them with good results.


I've got ionic 50ah for my trolling motor and a chins 100ah for my electronics. So far so good.

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