Car Battery - Calcium 4 year warranty - Medium size - 60AH - £24.99 delivered, Battery Megastore Ebay (Halfords £79)
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Car Battery - Calcium 4 year warranty - Medium size - 60AH - £24.99 delivered, Battery Megastore Ebay (Halfords £79)

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Found 13th Feb 2016
Amazing price, 10 or more available, previous hotdeals only 45AH this is 60AH .... Fitting size 005, I got one already and came in 2 days with the DPD 1 hour delivery slot service. Also as per the picture red terminal to the left, standard car battery terminals.

Same battery in Halfords for £79, 4 year warranty calcium
halfords.com/mot…005

NEW ITEM NUMBER ebay.co.uk/itm…351
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This is going flaming
Can these be used on other items than just cars?

My wife goes through loads of batteries and this may save money!
God knows what she does with them all?
backinstock

Can these be used on other items than just cars?My wife goes through … Can these be used on other items than just cars?My wife goes through loads of batteries and this may save money!God knows what she does with them all?


It sounds like there is a problem with the car (alternator/short) which is draining it. Only other explanation would be that she is plugging some other device into the cigarette socket without the engine running which has a high drain on the battery.
backinstock

Can these be used on other items than just cars?My wife goes through … Can these be used on other items than just cars?My wife goes through loads of batteries and this may save money!God knows what she does with them all?



http://cottontails-rescue.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/gen_gen_on_bed_websize_2.jpg
Been having to buy a battery per year for the wife's Mazda 5. This fits and just saved me about £30

Heat++
Will this be OK for any size car? I've got a Honda Civic...
It's too cold to go out and check my battery size so I've got it anyway.
mymymy

Will this be OK for any size car? I've got a Honda Civic...



Go to their main site ond enter your cars details.
The site has been updated since i ordered my battery and now shows the right battery for my car.
When it shows your battery take its measurements and see if this one will fit..

Look here.

batterymegastore.co.uk/
If you are disabled of your car is used for transporting a disabled person you can fill out a form on there site and get the battery VAT free.

batterymegastore.co.uk/vat…ion
bigwheels

If you are disabled of your car is used for transporting a disabled … If you are disabled of your car is used for transporting a disabled person you can fill out a form on there site and get the battery VAT free.http://www.batterymegastore.co.uk/vatexemption



Wow - I use a milk float with 48 batteries to transport my disabled mum !
bigwheels

Go to their main site ond enter your cars details.The site has been … Go to their main site ond enter your cars details.The site has been updated since i ordered my battery and now shows the right battery for my car.When it shows your battery take its measurements and see if this one will fit..Look here.http://www.batterymegastore.co.uk/



Thanks for the link, this is mine..
Part Number : B34Manufacturer : VartaVoltage (V) : 12Ah : 

Full SpecificationsPart Number : B34Manufacturer :VartaVoltage (V) : 12Ah : 45Cold Cranking :330Warranty : 4 YearsLength (Mm) : 238Width (Mm) : 129Height (Mm) : 227Weight (Kg) : 11Layout : LH+Hold Down : B00Activation Pack :NoTerminal : ABattery Type :Sealed CalciumApplication :Engine Start

No idea if the one I've just got is any good lol

I've just checked and the deal battery tray size and its bigger than the one for my car but I'm sure I can sell it with £10 profit.



Edited by: "mymymy" 13th Feb 2016
backinstock

Can these be used on other items than just cars?My wife goes through … Can these be used on other items than just cars?My wife goes through loads of batteries and this may save money!God knows what she does with them all?




Know what you are saying. I've got my wife a mains one now. Brilliant but every time she uses it the street lights noticeably dim...
snagzie

Been having to buy a battery per year for the wife's Mazda 5. This fits … Been having to buy a battery per year for the wife's Mazda 5. This fits and just saved me about £30 :)Heat++



Could just buy a battery charger, a decent battery with a 5 year warranty or get the car fixed oO
The CCA on that battery is limp !

Checked, my 4 year old Exide battery (currently £62 del) is a 760 A CCA, versus 440A CCA on that one
(perhaps because its a much bigger battery though)

Who are "Giles Briggs"/ Battery Megastore ? Had dealings with Tanya Batteries myself ( an actual well known entity I got the above battery, so wouldn't tend to deal with other parties).

Plus a guarantee is only as good as the place you are buying it from, if they refuse, could be meaningless (plus you have to pay return postage, not cheap on a battery!).


jrw

Could just buy a battery charger, a decent battery with a 5 year warranty … Could just buy a battery charger, a decent battery with a 5 year warranty or get the car fixed oO



Thank you Captain Obvious. I never thought of that!

mymymy

Will this be OK for any size car? I've got a Honda Civic...


Only pink ones.
Any mod able to change URL to ebay.co.uk/itm…349?hash=item3a89133075:m:myjloC8jZ28LJ8lNTd0ANBQ as this has all gone but 5 more left on that URL...
rogercat

Any mod able to change URL to … Any mod able to change URL to http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SIZE-005R-12V-CAR-BATTERY-/251407839349?hash=item3a89133075:m:myjloC8jZ28LJ8lNTd0ANBQ as this has all gone but 5 more left on that URL...



Just by chance seen this, updated link, next time drop a report with new link and it'll be sorted
marty-401

It sounds like there is a problem with the car (alternator/short) which … It sounds like there is a problem with the car (alternator/short) which is draining it. Only other explanation would be that she is plugging some other device into the cigarette socket without the engine running which has a high drain on the battery.



​Wooooooooosh
creon78

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.battery-megastore.co.uktheir reviews … https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.battery-megastore.co.uktheir reviews on trustpilot is quite laughable.link above


Just wanted to order when I came across your link to reviews. Wow, thanks. Will pass on this one
kodivius

Just wanted to order when I came across your link to reviews. Wow, … Just wanted to order when I came across your link to reviews. Wow, thanks. Will pass on this one



Well mine arrived in 2 days and very happy, I got an Email with invoice pdf, which i have now printed out for warranty.
Edited by: "rogercat" 13th Feb 2016
buy cheap buy twice....
marty-401

It sounds like there is a problem with the car (alternator/short) which … It sounds like there is a problem with the car (alternator/short) which is draining it. Only other explanation would be that she is plugging some other device into the cigarette socket without the engine running which has a high drain on the battery.



​Thats not what I read into the original post
jimbob86

buy cheap buy twice....



​using that logic, you might be on the wrong site?
snagzie

Thank you Captain Obvious. I never thought of that!



Clearly not, hence your comment, on here, on a battery thread stating you have to buy a new battery every year.
jrw

Clearly not, hence your comment, on here, on a battery thread stating you … Clearly not, hence your comment, on here, on a battery thread stating you have to buy a new battery every year.


Or maybe it's a car worth £1500 that I have already spent £300 a few years back on an electrician trying to work out where the problem was. And he couldn't work it out.

Now, spending £50-60 every year to live with the problem is the lesser of two evils (the other being more diagnosis work on a depreciating asset) is the choice I made. And this thread made me save around half of that.

So yeah, maybe I did think about it.
I bought a van battery today in Halfords for £85, same one here £65. Gutted.

= heat though
This battery has the +(red) pole on the left...............will your leads reach?.....if you need to turn it round.
Good deal, sadly the "uk postage" and picture of the entire country is a little misleading as it excludes most postcodes north of Glasgow/Edinburgh. Last time I checked, Aberdeen was still part of the mainland.
snagzie

Or maybe it's a car worth £1500 that I have already spent £300 a few y … Or maybe it's a car worth £1500 that I have already spent £300 a few years back on an electrician trying to work out where the problem was. And he couldn't work it out.Now, spending £50-60 every year to live with the problem is the lesser of two evils (the other being more diagnosis work on a depreciating asset) is the choice I made. And this thread made me save around half of that.So yeah, maybe I did think about it.


jrw fancy not realizing that (_;)
These only fit some Mazda's or some old Jap cars around 1990's era.

Even if it does fit in your battery tray, you probably won't be able to clamp it down so next police check earns you a £100 fine as they class that as an electrical hazard.
hmv4u

jrw fancy not realizing that (_;)



​Did your mechanic change the starter motor for a cheap Chinese like RTX ones eurocarparts sell? If so those starters are under specked and hence drain higher currents when starting. This results in knackering your battery quicker and when it does get a year old simply makes the car struggle to start.

I have fixed many customers cars by swapping out el cheapo starter for a branded one.
creon78

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.battery-megastore.co.uktheir reviews … https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.battery-megastore.co.uktheir reviews on trustpilot is quite laughable.link above



Try and post the correct companies reviews as your taking business away from a great company, just had a warranty replacement done and had great next day service!

uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk
Edited by: "mbosys" 3rd Mar 2016
Is this suitable for a Vauxhall
Corsa 1.4
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