Poor man pays twice
Don't be a fool like I was, don't be lured by the price. If you want proper batteries you need to pay proper money. If you get more than 18 months out of these 140ah batteries I would be surprised. warranty, non existent." Poor man pays twice." The reason I gave one star is because there is nothing smaller.
Warning do not purchase from this company
I have had the same problem my system was $20000 and my inverter failed and allowed my batteries to over charge and swell wrecking them and the company claims to have superior warranty but does not want anything to do with it I have gone to consumer protection and the company has ignored them as well be advised do not spend money with this company
Be warned .... Stay well away!!!!!!!
Nathan Gathercole, the director of this company has set up multiple companies to avoid responsibility for his product and installation. They installed an off grid solar system for us that never met the promised criteria. We took them to NCAT and won $50,000 in compensation, shortly there after Nathan liquidated the company and we were left out of pocket with a dud system that does not meet our needs.
Further Nathan's company did not have a licence to provide the off grid system in NSW.
He is still trading under several companies so beware!
Dodgy equipment poor customer service.
Inverter broken they have taken weeks to give an answer on a replacement.
there warranty is contravene to consumer law and they try to give you the run around.
Terrible products that trip and fail constantly.
advise to shop around and find solar that actually works.
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Questions & Answers
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??
Hi, so what would be the unloaded drain rate in volts or amps?
I’ve got two 140 amp batteries in parallel wondering what maximum current would be for charging
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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