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Schumacher SB 121000 '12V' 100Ah AGM Sealed Lead Acid Power Sport Battery


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  • For use with electric fences, electric gates, marine, motorhome/RVs, fire systems, solar, industry equipment, and UPS
  • Millions of power sports batteries are sold each year for motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, personal watercraft, snowmobiles and more
  • Consumer filled battery products have a retail shelf life that is virtually a non-issue
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BrandSchumacher
ModelSB 121000
Item Weight61.6 pounds
Product Dimensions14.1 x 11.3 x 8 inches
Item model numberSB 121000
Manufacturer Part NumberSB 121000
  
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ASINB009II5R9E
Best Sellers Rank #716,887 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight61.6 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableSeptember 26, 2012
  
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There are millions of power sports batteries sold each year for motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, personal watercraft, snowmobiles and more. Consumer-filled battery products have a retail shelf life that is virtually a non-issue.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Buyer on October 26, 2013
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I now have 12 of these batteries connected in a combination of series/parallel so as to make a 24 volt bank for my 6000 watt inverter. When fully charged they will last over 36 hours for my house without being particularly conserving of power use. They compare very well against the other Exide Rf-31D batteries I have.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Boomer on January 11, 2014
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Update...Feb, 15, 2014: The replacement I got from Amazon does not seem to charge beyond 13v. The other on charged up to 13.4 or more...so it was probably just that battery was a little different, and maybe that was the problem, it just over charged. The replacement does not seem to, but also drops voltage even with a lighter 25amp load.

Update...Feb, 1, 2014: Got a replacement from Amazon. YAY AMAZON!!! It works fine. Been using both for experiments with my inverter and small microwave oven. 600 watt Microwave, uses 850 watts of power consumption. So, instead of 50amp...more like 70-80 amps...takes TWO batteries to keep the voltage high enough...but I have gotten 5-6 days of small meals and snacks with it...up to 8 minutes at a time. and still have not recharged it, as I don't want to take a chance on the cracked battery. Works Great...hot dog in 1 minute. Frozen peas..2 min. Small Red Potato...5-6 min. 90sec Rice in Bag...3 min. So, cooking time is extended, because of lower wattage microwave, not a battery issue... Frozen Mac and Cheese...8-8.5 min...and ALL ARE HOT!!!! Will dispose of cracked battery soon. Will only charge over night...but not leave the battery Minder connected for Float Charge...battery seems not to like that. Just Charge up, and disconnect until used some...then reconnect...other than this problem, it seems to hold a charge well.

UPDATE...Jan. 17, 2014: Been keeping it in the back bed room, which gets cold. Been keeping it charged with a 12v Battery Minder Plus...but today I have just noticed that the battery is CRACKED on both the front label side and the back side...don't really know what could have happened to it. Am checking with Amazon for warranty, and or replacement issues...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert D. on January 6, 2014
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I decided to risk it and get this battery to use with my MinnKota Endura C2 40lb trolling motor. It is attached to an Intex Seahawk II inflatable. I store it in a MinnKota Trolling Motor Power Centerand and I am charging it with a Schumacher SSC-1500A-CA Ship 'N' Shore 15 Amp SpeedCharge Charger with Battery Clamps. I am also running a Garmin Echo 200 off of it. Ok, there is all the information I always hope to find in other people's reviews, so now to the meat of it.

I normally don't review products this quickly after buying them, but due to the lack of reviews I am making an exception. I will update this review once I have a few more outings under my belt.

So I received this battery in a normal brown box with no manuals or anything. I emailed the manufacture asking if this is considered a deep cell and got no response. I believe it is a deep cell, due to the weight and amp hour rating. (Deep cycles have thicker metal plates inside I believe and weigh more) The battery came to me with a 97% charge. I put it on the charger overnight. I went out the next day with the setup above, plus about 450 lbs of gear (people included). Now you will get the same amount of time out of a battery regardless of how much weight you have as a trolling motor will pull the same amps. A true measure of a battery's performance is the acceleration and distance you get in that time. I only trolled for about an hour and I can say I covered a good bit of ground while fighting the wind and waves. The acceleration was also great (meaning this battery can produce the amps needed) When I got back I had only used 16% of the battery. All of my electronics worked fine and the voltage was steady (observed via depth finder). I am very relieved about the performance of this battery and would highly recommend it.
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