e-Zip by Currie Technologies 24-Volt Bicycle Battery Pack with Bladed-Style Terminal (Newer Style)
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- 24-volt, 10-amp sealed lead acid battery pack from Currie Technologies
- Compatible with eZip Trailz Bikes with bladed style terminal (newer style)
- 10 to 15 mile range with throttle
- 15 to 22 mile range with pedal assist
- 6 to 8 hour recharge time
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I was told by the Currie Customer Service (Chatsworth, California) that "To maximize the life of a Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) battery, you should drain it completed for three times first, then recharge it overnight after each subsequent ride". It was a bad advice; it made my battery die after first drain.
Then I bought a new battery from Amazon. Now I follow the instruction from manufacture --- Charge it fully before first use; then recharge it to full after each subsequent ride (regardless long or short) whenever possible. It also cautioned, if recharging overnight, always unplug in the morning, never leaving the battery in overcharging state for more than 24 hours. This will shorten the life of the battery.
An environmental website regarding SLA batteries for eBikes has indicated that we had better not consume more than 50% of battery's capacity before recharging; this will greatly extend its life. Conversely, using 80, 90 and 100% of the capacity will greatly reduce the number of allowable charge cycles.
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I was also reminded by an authorized dealer of eZip bikes in Pasadena, CA that when recharging, always connect charger cable to the battery first; then plug charger to the wall outlet. After recharging, always unplug first, then disconnect charger from battery. This sequence will avoid unexpected damage to the charger and the battery.
added after above review
Since posting review I have done more research, the batteries used in packs like these rarely have much more than 2 year life from when they were made even if just sitting .The batteries may have been manufactued year before they were put in packs so if batteries are already old they will not last once you get them
On a happy note these are convient. i have 2 chargers, 2 batteries, and a small little bathroom to charge them in. they weight alot because they are lead. the $100 in batteries every 6 months is significaly less then the $250 in gas i'd be spending.
i HATE CURRIE Electronics, the only way i will ever deal with them again is if Amazon brings the price of the complete bike back down to 223$
they are good bikes, the grey batteries work good, but they cost over 200$ for a new one from Currie, the black ones are just NO GOOD>
Reminding: the currie tech only has 30 days warranty because they know the quaility of this battery is really bad.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you have a Trail-zip, this is a great battery replacement at a good price.Published 23 days ago by Bill K.
The battery lasts much longer when there new you can feel the differencePublished 3 months ago by dougcrowley
It fit perfectly and really appreciate the help in correcting the order. Very PleasedPublished 3 months ago by Irma's Kindle
Price keeps giong up when it should be going down. That is a REAL BUMMER!!!Published 5 months ago by tmckeonPE
This worked out great! We weren't sure at first if this was the correct battery for the motorized used bicycle we bought, but it worked out fantastically.Published 5 months ago by Lori