12V 75AH LUCAS MOBILITY SCOOTER BATTERY
Range: Lucas VRLA AGM Standby and Cyclic Battery
Voltage : 12v
Capacity : 75ah
Weight : 24kg
Dimensions : 260mm X 168mm X 233mm
Battery Type: AGM battery
Lucas LSLC75-12, 12v 75Ah Sealed Lead Acid / VALVE REGULATED LEAD ACID Battery
Dimensions : 260mm Long X 168mm Wide X 233mm High (Over Terminals).
Terminals : Screw down terminals
Battery Type: Standby and Cyclic battery
ONE YEAR WARRANTY
Mobility Scooters have many benefits, for people of all ages who may have mobility restrictions, and they can vary from small, lightweight scooters that fold away, to a more powerful scooter that you can take shopping, or even powered wheelchairs.
For those who use mobility scooters they are often a blessing, allowing them freedom to remain independent and can help prevent them over extending themselves.
Whatever model suits you, we have a wide range of mobility batteries for your scooter!
One important aspect of having a mobility scooter is having a good battery. Mobility batteries are available in lots of different makes, models, and sizes, so it is important to be sure to know which battery you need for your scooter or powered chair.
Once you have selected your choice of mobility battery from the Mobility Battery Store, you will receive it the next working day, as we offer free next working day delivery!
If you rely on your mobility scooter for many things, it is always prudent to have a spare mobility battery. This means that when your mobility battery is charging, you are still free to use your scooter.
Mobility scooters have become a great way of life for a many people these days, and for our customers we know that running out of battery life at the wrong time can cause problems.
Mobility batteries are important for anyone who uses a mobility scooter or powered chair, and having the correct mobility battery and plenty of charge is vital.
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For example, a family member of ours was on her way back from a shopping trip, having fully charged her battery before leaving the house. Her mobility battery was a fairly new one but just before she managed to get home it had ran out, before she had expected it to. She was stranded in the rain and had to push the heavy scooter home. After that she had her battery checked, replaced, and ordered a spare to have while the other one was charging! It’s safe to say that she never ran out of charge for her ‘Doodlebug’ again.
As all Internet battery suppliers, we get our data from the battery manufacturers and can not give any guarantee of its accuracy. Use the battery that we suggest as a starting point.
You *MUST* compare all dimensions, terminal type and polarity against your current battery once you have been given a suggested battery.