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Old 12-05-2015, 14:25   #1
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Victron or EXIDE AGM batteries


I will replace my house bank next week. It is currently 6 x 100Ah EXIDE.

I have received two offers at basically the same price so performance will determine:

- Option 1: EXIDE EP900 DUAL AGM. Capacity: 100Ah. CCA: 720A
- Option 2: VICTRON AGM. Capacity: 110Ah. CCA: 800 A

Obviously the VICTRON has higher capacity but is it also a better or as good a battery as the EXIDE from a lifecycle perspective?

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