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Batteries again from panther posts

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Batteries again from panther posts

Post by Derek Attree » Tue Sep 11, 2007 7:41 am

Hi Guys
I had this in the panther section but no replies...so I will try here

Phoenix Batteries dont supply golfe trolley batteries anymore.. :( .
I have found an alternative supplier on the web (Golftrolleybatteries.co.uk)
however they do 2 different types of the hillbilly size the tanks use.
AGM 22 at £32
SDC 22 at £42

Does anyone know the difference apart from the £10 price difference in the
SDC (super deep cycle ) claims 400 cycles. and the AGM normal type. :?
How many cycles for the AGM type?

Confused I am :shock:
Thanks
Derek
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Post by Armortek » Tue Sep 11, 2007 9:05 am

Hi Derek

I have not managed to speak directly to Phoenix however I was told yesterday by another customer that they are still selling these batteries. I have left a message for them to call and if I get any other information I will let you know.

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Post by Derek Attree » Tue Sep 11, 2007 9:31 am

Hi Mark
I spoke to them on thursday last week and they tole me they
have stopped selling them because they are to difficult to ship?
and they are consentrating on the smaller cells and phone batteries ect..

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Post by Armortek » Tue Sep 11, 2007 10:29 am

Hi Derek

I have now spoken to Jessica at Phoenix batteries who assures me they are supplying all batteries exactly as previously.

I have confirmed contact details which are as follows:

Tel: 0116 279 6378
Mobile: 07792 513447
e-mail: jayres01@aol.com

Hope this helps

Gill
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Post by Robin Ellis » Tue Sep 11, 2007 12:21 pm

Derek, go for the SDC22, they are what I have used and recommended to everyone.They are a bit more expensive, but you have to pay for quality and long life.
http://www.golftrolleybatteries.co.uk/d ... ro_m_id=50
The charger to use: http://www.accumate.co.uk/it010004.htm
Just plug in and leave it on, as it is a peak charger. Always recharge the batterys as soon as possible after a run.Never leave them in a state of half charge! ROBIN.

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Post by Derek Attree » Tue Sep 11, 2007 1:34 pm

Hi Robin
Thats good advice. That was the charger I was going for.
so I will go for the sdc 22....
Do you leave yor batteries on charge all the time ?
thanks again

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Post by Robin Ellis » Wed Sep 12, 2007 3:22 pm

No, I just put them on charge ASAP after a run, and when they are recharged I unplug them.

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