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Bass Pro Shops® XPS® 12-Volt Deep Cycle Marine Batteries

   

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8-15/16" X 5-1/8" X 7-1/4"

200 CCA/32 Min @ 20 AMP

24.0 lbs.

  • $139.99

  • SKU: 1122567

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10-7/8" X 6-3/4" X 9-7/8"

470 CCA/79 Min @ 10 Amp

53.0 lbs.

  • $219.99

  • SKU: 1122568

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12-3/4" X 6-3/4" X 9-7/8"

580 CCA/92 Min @ 10 Amp

63.0 lbs.

  • $269.99

  • SKU: 1122569

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  • Maintenance free
  • Spill proof and leakproof
  • Plenty of reserve power

These powerful XPS 12-Volt Deep Cycle Marine Batteries will guarantee you long, trouble-free hours on the water. Maintenance-free AGM design immobilizes the electrolyte, making our XPS 12-Volt Deep Cycle Marine Batteries spill proof and leak proof, so they're safe to use no matter how much your boat gets tossed. They provide abundant power for quick, easy starting, and all the reserve power needed to keep your equipment running strong.

Cold Cranking Amps (CCA) are measured at 0° F.
Marine Cranking Amps (MCA or CA) are measured at 32° F.

Bass Pro Shops XPS 12-Volt Deep Cycle Marine Batteries
Model
Size
CCA @ 0 F
Reserve Capacity Rating
20 amp hour capacity
Width
Height
XPSAU1H
525-044-01
U1
200
48
32
5-1/8”
7-1/4”
XPSA24M
525-044-02
24
470
140
79
6-3/4”
9-7/8”
XPSA27M
525-044-03
27
580
175
92
6-3/4”
9-7/8”
XPSA31DTM
525-044-04
31
650
190
105
6-3/4”
9-7/8”

Reserve capacity is the number of minutes a battery can maintain a useful voltage under a 25 ampere discharge.

The higher the minute rating, the greater the battery's ability to run lights, pumps, inverters, and electronics for a longer period before recharging is necessary.

The 25 Amp. Reserve Capacity Rating is more realistic than Amp-Hour or CCA as a measurement of capacity for deep cycle service.

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great starter battery Just re-purchased an XPS starter battery to replace my five year old one. I was shocked when I looked at the date code to see that it gave me five trouble free years starting my Yamaha 115 along with operating two sounders, live wells plus a sound system. You can't go wrong with this battery. August 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by very good battery I used this battery on 14 foot boat first time on 8/9/2014. Was out only 3 hours . Battery lasted with plenty of power. Only took around 3 hours to recharge. Was down to 75% an at 100% speed the entire time on water 55 lb thirst motor. I have the 53 lb August 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great battery Timely delivery Lots of power Excellent charge duration June 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great battery Used it for 3 days without charging, no problems. charges great, works great, great warranty. June 17, 2011
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I fish freshwater lakes and reservoirs, which allow electric motors only as a means of getting around. I have a 14' flat-bottom aluminum jon boat. I use a BPS Prowler 55lb. thrust trolling motor, which is transom-mounted. I need a good battery for this type of fishing. Any suggestions?

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The Bass Pro Shops® XPS® 12-Volt Deep Cycle Marine Batteries are AGM which would be safe for the reservoirs, the sku 1122569 would be what you would need for the 55# thrust motor.
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I'm currently charging it at 2 amps, but my charger has options of 2 and 10. I've seen some sites say that you should charge the battery with a higher amp level until it's 75% charged and then lower it to extend the life of the battery. Any suggestions?
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Use the 10 amp setting. If the battery is low, charging at a lower rate could hurt the battery. I know, have done it. If in doubt, get a smart charger.
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I'm not sure exactly but I have a 10 ft john boat with a couple hundred pounds in it and have yet to drain it completely. I've fished all day with it trolling around. I do however have a Mercury 3hp outboard on the back for long runs so take that into account of you don't.
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It will depend on the battery group size and also the amount of items drawing on the battery from the boat (electronics, depth finders, GPS). The larger the group size the more capacity the battery has which will provide for longer run times on the boat. Thanks
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You shouldn't but it is not sealed so you can check it and add as needed.
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No, (AGM batteries) you do not ever have to add water to them. They are a valve regulated maintenance free product. Thanks
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I have the minn kota trolling motor power center and need to find the right battery to fit I am liking the reviews
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Why does one battery with certain specifics cost a lot more money than another brand with the same or similiar specifics.
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That's a good question. It may be to do with the brand name or the style of the battery. For instance, with Marine batteries, starting batteries are a bit cheaper than deep cycle batteries. However, starting batteries (those that you use for your Outboard or I/O) are not meant to be ran down as deeply and recharged as much as the deep cycle batteries, which are meant to be drained and recharged.
Other reasons may be due to the material of the battery or the inherent warrenties that go with the battery.
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It will depend on the size of the engine being used to power the boat. Every engine will have a minimum cold cranking amp (CCA) requirement to start the engine. Also keep in mind any additional electronic items the boat may have and the amp draw they will pull from the battery and make sure the battery also has ample reserve capacity (RC). Thanks
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Was told that the engine will recharge the battery as well. Which battery would you recommend. Vessel is 14' aluminum fishing boat.
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It will depend on the battery group size and also the amount of items drawing on the battery from the boat (electronics, depth finders, GPS). The larger the group size the more capacity the battery has which will provide for longer run times on the boat. Thanks
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purchased 45ib traxxis trollinng motor which battery do i need please
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Get the biggest you can afford, have room for, or the weight you can carry. I put two 27 series batts in parallel, a 40# troll, on a 17' mod v. Runs all day, in the wind. Typically the bigger, the more amp hours you get.
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It will depend on how much run time the customer wants to have. Thanks
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You would need at least 2 batteries hooked in series to double the voltage from 12 to 24 volts. It will depend on the desired run time you are looking for. The bigger the battery the more run time. Thanks
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