12V 40Ah Sealed 3 Years Warranty Lion Batteries Car Battery 26.94 delivered @ CarParts4Less-Store/ Ebay - HotUKDeals
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12V 40Ah Sealed 3 Years Warranty Lion Batteries Car Battery 26.94 delivered @ CarParts4Less-Store/ Ebay

£26.94 @ eBay
Amp Hours (Ah): 40Ah Cold Cracking Amp (CCA): 340CCA Length: 212mm Width: 175mm Height: 175mm Lion Performance batteries are able to withstand the pressures of day to day use, and are still excel…
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Amp Hours (Ah): 40Ah
Cold Cracking Amp (CCA): 340CCA
Length: 212mm
Width: 175mm
Height: 175mm
Lion Performance batteries are able to withstand the pressures of day to day use, and are still excellent value for money. All Lion batteries carry a 3 year guarantee for peace of mind and are created to match original specifications....
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#1
Can a mod please fix link with this one please

http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=291596113715&_sacat=0


Edited By: POWYSWALES on Jan 23, 2017 22:40
#2
Listing removed ?
#3
pennyfarthing88
Listing removed ?
No the link is playing up, it's here http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=291596113715&_sacat=0
1 Like #4
POWYSWALES
pennyfarthing88
Listing removed ?
No the link is playing up, it's here http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=291596113715&_sacat=0


Yea sorry mate I was commenting as you was - looks like a great deal
5 Likes #5
Not to be confused with Li-ion batteries!
1 Like #6
Seen that this morning...26 quid,i wonder if it's time to try and start the old XR2 up. :D
#7
Purchased one to fire up my old midland CB radio.
#8
MrFizzy
Not to be confused with Li-ion batteries!
Until I read your comment I thought this was a lithium-ion replacement for a lead acid car battery. Turns out it's a lead acid battery but the brand name is lion.

Plus side it'll fit in cars from my new company, Fully Electric Cars. We make diesel powered monster trucks.
1 Like #9
Been for ages at this price
#10
good price
1 Like #11
good price but terrible battery, hold on to your receipt. the lion batteries tend to go within first 12 months
#12
eugeian
good price but terrible battery, hold on to your receipt. the lion batteries tend to go within first 12 months

Agreed. I wouldn't buy this for any car I was planning to keep, but might be ok to keep an old banger running for another year.
#13
Yep. Terrible battery brand.
#14
Terrible or not it comes with a 3 year warranty and is near double this price on the net.
It is only 40amps but fit it to the right car and it should be fine unlike the Mercedes ML that I noticed had one fitted last year. oO
5 Likes #15
marty-401
Yep. Terrible battery brand.

What a load of carp, a lead acid battery is a lead acid battery, theres very little difference between the cheap and expensive brands.
I have had one on my car for years, and noticed no difference between the lion and the expensive yuasa battery that it replaced (the yuasa one failed after only 3 years btw!)

Your comment is just brand snobbery in all its glory
1 Like #16
sk2402005
marty-401
Yep. Terrible battery brand.
What a load of carp, a lead acid battery is a lead acid battery, theres very little difference between the cheap and expensive brands.
I have had one on my car for years, and noticed no difference between the lion and the expensive yuasa battery that it replaced (the yuasa one failed after only 3 years btw!)
Your comment is just brand snobbery in all its glory
Too right ,It's carp cause it's not an iphone
#17
sk2402005
marty-401
Yep. Terrible battery brand.

What a load of carp, a lead acid battery is a lead acid battery, theres very little difference between the cheap and expensive brands.
I have had one on my car for years, and noticed no difference between the lion and the expensive yuasa battery that it replaced (the yuasa one failed after only 3 years btw!)

Your comment is just brand snobbery in all its glory


​Actually there is a difference, you don't have to go by the brand name, just check the Ah and CCA, the higher they are the better the battery.

It's all very well having a receipt and 3 year warranty, but when it fails and you can't just drop it off where you bought it from, you'll have to pay to post it back, which I bet will be quite expensive.

I would suggest you are better off getting one from euro car parts with a code, if you're a member at Costco they do good quality bosch ones at good prices, and they certainly won't argue if it fails, straight swap for new.
#18
My Lion battery went dead last week after just 2 years, but luckily kept the receipt and Euro car parts did a straight swap.
#19
Where were you 3 days ago when I had to buy a new battery for my wife's car and paid a good deal more?!? oO Actually I'm torn - it is delivered today so do I send it back and get one of these or just say what the hell and eat the extra cost given the debate about the reliability of these batteries anyway? :(
#20
Would be wary using these as they have a 3 to 6 weeks warranty claims process even on brand new parts that don't work. Had a nightmare getting past two customer service guys who told me they couldn't refund or replace a brand new item and that they didn't recognise the consumer act. Eventually sorted by a manager but would rely on the warranty:(
#21
Definitely worth making sure this battery is going to be suitable for what you need it for/ car it's going in to as the spec on this wouldn't last long in my 2l diesel. Look at more amps and more CCA as a rule of thumb.
1 Like #22
sk2402005
marty-401
Yep. Terrible battery brand.
What a load of carp, a lead acid battery is a lead acid battery, theres very little difference between the cheap and expensive brands.
I have had one on my car for years, and noticed no difference between the lion and the expensive yuasa battery that it replaced (the yuasa one failed after only 3 years btw!)
Your comment is just brand snobbery in all its glory

Oh dear :( !
#23
eugeian
good price but terrible battery, hold on to your receipt. the lion batteries tend to go within first 12 months
had one for over 2 years haven't had to re charge you must of had a dud one

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