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Giant Power

Giant Power

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  • Value for Money
    1.5 (2)
  • Product Quality
    1.5 (2)
  • Return Claim MadeYes · No (2)
  • Customer Service
    3.0 (1)
  • Warranty Claim MadeYes (0) · No (1)
  • Purchase Price$300.00
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pete
peteSouth East Queensland, QLD
  • 3 reviews
  • 2 likes

Will not buy again

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Two 135 amp batteries lasted in my motorhome just around 2 years only running a 100L fridge thats all before completely failing last night,.always charged by 600 watts solar and mppt controller along with alternator.

Value for Money
2/5
Product Quality
2/5
Incentivised Review No
Return Claim MadeNo
Aaron
AaronGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC
  • 5 reviews
  • 9 likes

Battery works just...

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I brought the 140ah battery a few months ago, I have excellent dual Battery system setup that runs other batteries well. This battery with 140ha will get fully charged and will last about 6 hours absolutely max with just a 20lt fridge. I now use a 100ah that will last 3 days easily with a fridge freezer, many lights and phones/speakers charging. Wouldn't recommend

Value for Money
1/5
Product Quality
1/5
Customer Service
3/5
Incentivised Review No
Return Claim MadeNo
Warranty Claim MadeNo
Purchase Price$300.00

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Questions & Answers

Stephen L.
Stephen L.asked

After a 1l12v 140 ah agm battery for a camper trailer. Needs to run a 96 litre fridge and lights. Is the Giant 140ah battery worth buying??

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Steveh
Stevehasked

Hi, so what would be the unloaded drain rate in volts or amps?
Cheers

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Waterrat
Waterratasked

I’ve got two 140 amp batteries in parallel wondering what maximum current would be for charging

1 answer
Mark
Mark

I *think* maximum charging current is about 20-25% of the available supply current, so you'd be pretty safe at 28 amps x 2 because in parallel = 56 amps. The batteries will still charge at lower current, but will take a little longer.
Google is probably a better source of information rather than asking on Productreview.

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