Post Updated 20th Dec 2013
Golf batteries online;You must charge your Golf Batteries ??
Golfers have big problems when they buy their golf batteries online. Many golfers think that their golf batteries should last for ever, my opinion is that they should treat golf
batteries as throw away items. I think that you should purchase new batteries every two years, and throw your old ones away, recycle of course. Golf batteries do a very hard job during the golf season, and are often mistreated by the golfers. The
golf batteries online are not charged up enough at regular intervals and are very often forgotten about after a game of golf, instead of been put to be charged up.
The other problem we find is that the golfer will purchase the incorrect type of battery , they will buy a “GEL” type instead of an “AGM”. These two types of batteries look alike but they are not the same and require different types of chargers. The incorrect chargers will result in a shorter life for your golf batteries and also premature damage.
Golfers can totally dis-charge their batteries and the battery will recover without damage to the cells on recharging, even if you use“GEL” or “AGM” batteries. One of the problems that we come across from golfers is that when they buy their golf batteries online are not big enough for the job. Especially places like the foot hills of the Pennines were the golf courses are very steep and so the golfers are going to need the next size golf battery up. Also the size of the course, some are bigger than others. It does not take much figuring that you may need a more powerful Lucas Golf Batteries for the larger courses. If you can not fit a larger Lucas Golf Batteries UK then I recommend that you take two fully charged batteries with you and use one as a back up. They can easily afford two batteries by saving money when they buy their golf batteries online.
GEL or AGM golf batteries?
As I have stated earlier “GEL” and “AGM” golf batteries need different kinds of chargers and it is important that you stay with the same type of battery as when the trolley or buggy was bought, golfers seem go for a cheap battery online and go for the AGM battery ,when a GEL battery which will cost more, is the right battery for them, and possibly damaging the battery with the incorrect charger.
Finally to conclude it is important to look after the golf battery in the dormant season (this is the thing that causes the most problems) after a round of golf I recommend that the battery be fully chargedand kept in this condition for the non playing period, this includes holidays and the Winter months.
About Eric Roberts
Hi I would like to introduce myself. I have worked in the Garage and tyre and I am MD for online Cheap Golf Battery company www.batteriesontheweb.co.uk. I have worked for a couple for national tyre companies in my younger days, before starting my first business. I now own a garage and MOT testing centre, here in the UK called Pellon Tyre and Auto-centre, and I am a keen blogger about anything to do with cars and their related products that will help my business. We are members of Point-S and Motor-Codes and are also a Unipart Car Care Centre and of course Tyre-safe.