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I have checked out Zapp works, talked with the owner and after awhile talking to a couple of other people that were about to spring for them (major big frn's) found out this. The Nickle Iron batteries being sold as "new" were acctually old reconditioned Edison batteries, simply being put in a new "Zapp" works battery case. That alone make's me wary of this company and a couple of more just like them. The best bang for the buck on solar type batteries right now, would be the Rolls Surrette batteries. They will usually go about 10 years or a little more with good care.

I just pulled 4 Trojan T-105's out of my bank as they finally gave up the ghost after 10 years. You can make a deal with Rolls to give you the batteries dry and also to buy the acid, and they don't start the clock ticking until you add the acid.
 
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