U.S. Battery Launches New Endurance Plus™ Batteries

U.S. Battery's Endurance Plus line of deep-cycle batteries are newly engineered deep-cycle batteries that offer greater performance and value.

U.S. Battery Manufacturing has launched a new line of deep-cycle batteries called Endurance Plus™. The Endurance Plus™ line is made up of 6-volt, 8-volt and 12-volt batteries that feature improved overall performance and higher ratings in an all-new bright red color case and top. "Our engineers were able to improve the performance on some of our most popular batteries that include the US 2000XC2, US 8VGCXC2, and US 12VRXXC2, to create a new category for the U.S. Battery brand we are calling Endurance Plus™," said Don Wallace, U.S. Battery CMO/Executive VP Sales and Marketing. "The Endurance Plus™ line provides our distributors with the opportunity to offer customers the industry's most efficient batteries with higher performance ratings, ultimately giving customers a better battery and greater overall value."


Endurance Plus™ batteries are manufactured in the U.S.A. and feature molded-in UTL terminals that have torque values that are consistent with current burned-on UTL versions. Dual molded terminals will be available soon as an option. The batteries also feature U.S. Battery's exclusive XC2 formulation that give them the highest initial capacity, fastest cycle-up time to full-rated capacity, improved recharge-ability, and the highest total energy delivered than any battery in their class.

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