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Old 09-02-2005, 03:07   #1 (permalink)
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Re: OT - Batteries

in article hb89h11dp7gu5cbpt5gl03ml2m1add011c@4ax.com, Mother at "@ {mother}
@"@101fc.net wrote on 30/8/05 7:17 pm:

> I'm wondering whether I actually need something like the Optima
> Yelloptops in Grumble - as they're only used for the ancillary
> equipment like fridge, interior lighting, water pump and stereo.
>
> optimas are expensive (circa 150 odd quid) and only have a capacity of
> 55Ah. I've been trying to find something with at least twice that
> capacity, and also sealed, leak-proof and need very little venting
> (they go inside the truck, you see).
>
> Found these:
>
> http://www.batmanuk.com/leisure.htm
>
> Does anyone have any experience of them? They seem reasonably well
> priced - and free delivery (alright, included in the price, ex VAT).
>
> Or suggest similar?
>


Bruce uses the following company for batteries. Had his power tool
batteries reconditioned, and said it was like having new kit.

They are called Multicell and their website is http://www.multicell.co.uk

e-mail: help@multicell.co.uk
Multicell International Limited
Swannington Road
Broughton Astley
Leicester LE9 6TU, England
Telephone: 01455 283 443
Fax: 01455 284 250

Nikki

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Old 09-03-2005, 14:01   #2 (permalink)
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in article v4qhh11gf3afcoc72ba6rqgshrc6bjcebv@4ax.com, Mother at "@ {mother}
@"@101fc.net wrote on 3/9/05 1:06 am:

> On Fri, 02 Sep 2005 09:13:01 GMT, Nikki <nikki.cluley@ntlworld.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Bruce uses the following company for batteries.

>
> Doesn't help at present, but a flipping useful link anyway (thinks
> Makita batteries) Ta much Nikki (and Bruce) :-)
>

That's what he had done. Couldn't get over how much difference a
reconditioned battery made on his cordless drills. Much cheaper than
replacement batteries as well - most Makita, 20 max per battery.
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Nikki

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