A review for deep cycle batteries

There are quite a few deep cycle batteries and opinions about what would be the right fit for this. On the water a good battery is very important. That is why it would be useful to check your battery before going into the water, or buy a good deep cycle battery. When exercising watersport there are different power applications thinkable. Some boats have a starter battery and next to this two more batteries. This is called a house hold battery. The disadvantage of three separate batteries is that they are not used all at full capacity and also not at the same time. The started battery only gets started, a good boat battery will supply just the right amount of electricity to the boat. For convenience we made an overview of batteries that are maintenance free:

Deep cycle or semi traction batteries

A separate starting battery can be used for an oversupply of electricity and is the solution; a light starting battery. Next to a starting battery you should always have a main battery, a deep cycle battery is a good solution for this. This battery is powerful enough, and it should give enough power to not attach a third battery for your watersport. A deep cycle battery will result in hours of electricity for any electoral equipment you are using. Moreover, this battery is extremely sufficient if you want to use an inverter to make sure you have electricity on the go!

Tips for maintenance

Some tips for your deep cycle battery and to keep it in excellent condition. This will not only keep it in good shape but guarantees the lifespan of 10+ years.

– Make sure you charge the battery at least ones per 3 months.

– At the end of every season make sure it is fully loaded at least 2 times.

– The pools should be make fluid with some vaseline for example. This will prevent oxidation.