The Good and Bad in Lithium Batteries

We have spoken a lot about Lithium Batteries in the past and the same question comes up almost daily “what’s the difference between a $600-dollar 100Ah eBay Lithium battery versus a $1,800-dollar 100Ah well-known branded lithium battery sold through an importer or distributor?”

A more than fair question when you consider the gap in the pricing.

First and foremost, you need to put safety as your number one consideration. Nearly all lithium batteries are required to pass section 38.3 of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria (UN Transportation Testing) to ensure the safety of lithium batteries during shipping or transportation (including in your Caravan or RV).

In summary, you want to be sure you get a Safe battery that provides the reliability and performance expected from your investment.

You can find more information about R&J Batteries on their website or find them on Facebook.

To continue reading this article, you can find it in the May issue of the What’s Up Downunder Digital Magazine.