Choosing a Lithium Golf Trolley Battery

I recently read a blog post about the Sealed Lead Acid to Lithium battery transition. Once I finished reading the article, I realised it was written 5 years ago, a long time in terms of technology and product advancements!

So, here we are in 2019, and the same discussion is still being held. What should you choose, a Sealed Lead Acid or a Lithium golf trolley battery?

The main factor in the decision still seems to be price led. Sealed Lead Acid batteries are on average a third of the price of their lithium counterparts. Here is a simple comparison of Sealed Lead Acid and Lithium batteries.

  Sealed Lead Acid Lithium
Advantages Economical Option
Reliable when looked after well
Compact & Lightweight
Long Product Lifespan
Fast Charging
Disadvantages Require maintenance Expensive

How to choose the best lithium battery

There are a lot of choices of lithium battery out there. What brand to choose? What Ah to choose?

18-hole or 36-hole is a common question when it comes to choosing a lithium battery.

If you are a casual golfer an 18-hole battery is more than suitable for you needs; however, if you play frequently or want the flexibility of being able to play for longer than a 36-hole battery is more suitable.

Ready to browse Lithium Golf Trolley Batteries? You can view the Maxipower range here

Posted: September 18, 2019