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Rechargeable Mobility Scooter Battery

Duracell Ultra DURG12-31J
The Duracell rechargeable mobility batteries are GEL type batteries, SLA (Sealed Lead Acid) produce fewer cycles and are often recommended for the occasional mobility user. These are some of the lowest cost batteries per cycle compared to general purpose batteries. More cycles than general purpose and deep cycle. 300+ cycles at 100% discharge. If properly maintained and charged these Duracell rechargeable batteries can last a long time. Remember that mobility scooters run on paired batteries and should be replaced in pairs to get the best performance and optimal lifespan.

Tips: Keep your batteries fully charged for performance and power. Batteries usually take around 8 hours to fully charge, new batteries may take up to 10 hours. Fully charged batteries can hold a charge for several hours with a potential range of approximately 10 to 20 miles depending on your model, weight of rider, terrain and type of batteries installed. Protect your batteries from extremes of heat and cold. Battery chargers are matched to the type and size of batteries so only use the charger that came with your battery for the safest and most efficient charging. Charge your battery nightly regardless of the amount of daily use. You can leave the battery connected. It will not overcharge if you are using the correct charger. If you use your mobility scooter daily, get in the habit of charging the batteries when you've finished for the day. Do not leave your battery charger plugged in to the outlet when the scooter is not in use. Never let the batteries be fully discharged or drained and if you are not planning on using your scooter for a few days, fully charge the batteries, then disconnect them from the scooter. Overcharging does not improve performance.
More tips and information on the mobility battery page.

Duracell Ultra DURG12-31J

Rechargeable Mobility Scooter Battery

Duracell Ultra DURG12-31J

Features for the Duracell AGM Mobility Battery:

  • Item Number: DURG12-31J
  • Brand: Duracell Ultra
  • Type: AGM (Absorbent Glass Matt)
  • Voltage: 12
  • Usage: Rechargeable Mobility Scooters/Power Wheelchairs
  • Format: BCI Group U1
  • Lead Acid Type: GEL
  • Capacity: 31AH
  • Chemistry: Lead Acid
  • Lead Acid Design: GEL
  • Product Category: Sealed Lead Acid
  • Terminal Type: J
  • Weight: 24.5 lbs
  • Length: 7.68 in
  • Width: 5.12 in
  • Height: 7.09 in

Duracell Ultra DURG12-31J

SKU: DURG12-31J Category: Tags: ,

Rechargeable Mobility Scooter Battery

Duracell Ultra DURG12-31J

Features for the Duracell AGM Mobility Battery:

  • Item Number: DURG12-31J
  • Brand: Duracell Ultra
  • Type: AGM (Absorbent Glass Matt)
  • Voltage: 12
  • Usage: Rechargeable Mobility Scooters/Power Wheelchairs
  • Format: BCI Group U1
  • Lead Acid Type: GEL
  • Capacity: 31AH
  • Chemistry: Lead Acid
  • Lead Acid Design: GEL
  • Product Category: Sealed Lead Acid
  • Terminal Type: J
  • Weight: 24.5 lbs
  • Length: 7.68 in
  • Width: 5.12 in
  • Height: 7.09 in

Rechargeable Mobility Scooter Battery

Duracell Ultra DURG12-31J
The Duracell rechargeable mobility batteries are GEL type batteries, SLA (Sealed Lead Acid) produce fewer cycles and are often recommended for the occasional mobility user. These are some of the lowest cost batteries per cycle compared to general purpose batteries. More cycles than general purpose and deep cycle. 300+ cycles at 100% discharge. If properly maintained and charged these Duracell rechargeable batteries can last a long time. Remember that mobility scooters run on paired batteries and should be replaced in pairs to get the best performance and optimal lifespan.

Tips: Keep your batteries fully charged for performance and power. Batteries usually take around 8 hours to fully charge, new batteries may take up to 10 hours. Fully charged batteries can hold a charge for several hours with a potential range of approximately 10 to 20 miles depending on your model, weight of rider, terrain and type of batteries installed. Protect your batteries from extremes of heat and cold. Battery chargers are matched to the type and size of batteries so only use the charger that came with your battery for the safest and most efficient charging. Charge your battery nightly regardless of the amount of daily use. You can leave the battery connected. It will not overcharge if you are using the correct charger. If you use your mobility scooter daily, get in the habit of charging the batteries when you've finished for the day. Do not leave your battery charger plugged in to the outlet when the scooter is not in use. Never let the batteries be fully discharged or drained and if you are not planning on using your scooter for a few days, fully charge the batteries, then disconnect them from the scooter. Overcharging does not improve performance.
More tips and information on the mobility battery page.