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Marine & Boat Batteries

We stock a large amount of leisure batteries for a wide range of applications. From caravan batteries to electric fence batteries, we offer the very best to suit your needs. While we update the site, we do have a small amount of the popular products here. If you cannot find what you require please call, email or pop into our shop.

Exide Leisure | Dual AGM | EP2100


Length: 518mm Width: 280mm Height: 240mm


Length: 518mm | Width: 280mm | Height: 240mm
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Exide Leisure | Dual AGM |



Energy Needs

Dual means 'Dual Purpose' - the battery comes with a cranking current so it can start engines and operate as a supply source

AGM means Absorbed Glass Mat - the battery electrolyte is absorbed into it's plates, creating a non-spillable, more powerful battery


1200A | 240Ah | 2100Wh



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Details at a glance:

  • Ideal for most popular ranges of motorhomes & caravans
  • High mounting flexability
  • Maintenance free
  • High vibration & tilt resistant
  • Spill-proof
  • Leak-proof
  • AGM technology (Absorbed Glass Mat) with VRLA venting (Valve Regulated)

2 Year Warranty


DUAL AGM is designed for use in modern motorhomes, caravans and pleasure boats. Their design offers a number of advantages such as flexible mounting, they can be mounted in confined spaces, they are spill and leak proof and the need for acid level controls and water refill are completely eliminated while keeping the storage stability exceptional. They are also manufactured in a robust design that can withstand vigorous vibrations. The batteries are made of AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) technology with Ca / Ca alloy and are valve regulated.

A battery with AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) is a highly advanced battery where the acid is absorbed in the glass flare separators and never needs fluid level control.



How to choose the correct leisure battery:

Step 1Understand the conditions of use of the battery

At Installation

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Battery location

Most batteries need ventilation as well as isolation when installed in the vehicle, since during use they will give off a mix of hydrogen and oxygen gasses. By using batteries with internal gas recombination features, minimal gas emissions are regulated by the valve (VRLA), so special ventilation or isolation is not required. VRLA batteries can also be installed for locations like inside the passenger room or under the driver seat.

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Mounting Position

Often a vehicle’s layout will restrict where batteries can be installed. By selecting a battery with our high inclination feature, it can be positioned at a steep angle. This offers maximum flexibility when working around space constraints


During Service Life

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Traditionally, batteries require periodic inspections for water topping up, cleaning and recharge. This is sometimes arduous due to access difficulties, lack of time or inexperience. By using batteries with “maintenance free” features, time dedicated to maintenance will be drastically reduced because there is no need to inspect electrolyte levels or to clean spillages. Self-discharge is also extremely low during resting periods, reducing the frequency for recharges.

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The engine alternator usually recharges the battery during driving time. Nevertheless, to keep batteries at a full state of charge, you can undertake complementary recharges by using chargers plugged into the mains during parking time. By using batteries with “faster recharge” features (together with efficient chargers), you can reduce the time needed to complete a full recharge by up to 50%. Also, recharge from the alternator will become more efficient.


For Vehicle Upgrade

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Energy Reserve

Batteries fitted to motorhomes or caravans have the capacity to provide the total amount of energy (Watt x hour) required for a trip. So when new equipment is installed or longer trips are foreseen, extra capacity will be needed to supply enough power. However, room for extra batteries is usually limited, so extension is not feasible. By using batteries with our “High energy density” feature, room dedicated to batteries can be optimised, as either more energy will be stored in the same volume, or the same amount of energy will require less volume, providing a space saving of up to 30%.


Step 2Select the best battery technology according to its usage requirements

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Step 3Finalise your choice by calculating the energy required in Watt per hour

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