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Power Wheels 12-Volt Rechargeable Battery
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- Designed to fulfill rigorous Power Wheels requirements in order to provide the best possible performance
- Can only use with Fisher-Price Power Wheels Advanced Series vehicles which have a Type 12V battery system
- Use only with approved Power Wheels vehicles of the appropriate type specified
- Includes a internal, self-resetting fuse
- Comes with an instruction booklet containing important safety information
- Hazmat Item, non-returnable
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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My kids have enjoyed these for years, A new battery will last most of the day, and I do have hills. By the third season the charge won't hold very long.
The quickest way to ruin lead-acid batteries is to discharge them deeply and leave them stand "dead" for an extended period of time. When they discharge, there is a chemical change in the positive plates of the battery. They change from lead oxide when charged to lead sulfate when discharged. If they remain in the lead sulfate state for a few days, some part of the plate does not return to lead oxide when the battery is recharged. If the battery remains discharged longer, a greater amount of the positive plate will remain lead sulfate. The parts of the plates that become "sulfated" no longer store energy. Batteries that are deeply discharged, and then charged partially on a regular basis can fail in less than one year.
I would suggest one consider the battery life before purchasing a ride-on as my son does not ride his gator much as the battery runs down very fast...and he ends up back in his trusted power wheels jeep and battery combo....we will be taking back the gator as i dont think we should have to pay for a second battery which the two will still not run as long as the one power wheels battery...worth the $$$$
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I must have gotten a defective battery I read the instructions and followed to the T... But this battery doesn't last long for my little one to drive around the block. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Pstakhar
As I mentioned in my review of the Electric Car, I would suggest you splurge and buy 2 Rechargeable Batteries when you buy an Electric Car. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Dawn In Houston, TX