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Bright Way Deep Cycle RV or Marine Battery - AGM - 12V - 75 Ah - Group 24

Bright Way Deep Cycle RV or Marine Battery - AGM - 12V - 75 Ah - Group 24

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This deep-cycle AGM battery provides long-lasting, reliable power to your RV, camper, or boat. AGM construction prevents battery acid spills and minimizes maintenance. Capable of longer life and faster charging than flooded lead-acid batteries. 1-833-496-1390 to order Bright Way battery part number BRW34FR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Bright Way products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Bright Way Deep Cycle RV or Marine Battery - AGM - 12V - 75 Ah - Group 24. Battery reviews from real customers.
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Bright Way Battery - BRW34FR

  • Marine Battery
  • RV Battery
  • AGM Battery
  • 12V
  • 75 Ah
  • Group 24
  • Bright Way
  • 10-1/4L x 6-11/16W x 8-5/16T Inch

This deep-cycle AGM battery provides long-lasting, reliable power to your RV, camper, or boat. AGM construction prevents battery acid spills and minimizes maintenance. Capable of longer life and faster charging than flooded lead-acid batteries.


Features:

  • Deep-cycle AGM battery provides long-lasting, dependable power for your RV, camper, or boat
    • Deep-cycle process allows the battery to be repeatedly charged and discharged
    • Great choice for RVs that operate off of solar power
  • Low internal resistance allows the battery to charge quickly
    • Charges up to 5 times faster than flooded batteries
  • AGM construction prevents battery acid spills and minimizes maintenance
    • Fiberglass mats keep acid absorbed and contained within the case
    • Internal structure allows battery to be stored longer without charging
    • Automatic, valve-regulated release prevents rupturing from internal pressure
  • Vibration resistance helps keep the battery functioning properly in rough conditions
  • Built-in handles make it easier to lift and maneuver battery into place
  • Rubber terminal covers protect the connectors from corrosion
  • DOT approved


Specs:

  • Capacity: 75 amp-hours at 20 hours
  • Battery group: 24
  • Voltage: 12V
  • Dimensions: 10-1/4" long x 6-11/16" wide x 8-5/16" tall
  • Weight: 48.1 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty


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Bright Way Deep Cycle RV or Marine Battery - AGM - 12V - 75 Ah - Group 24 - BRW34FR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)

This deep-cycle AGM battery provides long-lasting, reliable power to your RV, camper, or boat. AGM construction prevents battery acid spills and minimizes maintenance. Capable of longer life and faster charging than flooded lead-acid batteries.

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