Deep-cycle RV batteries -which is best?

With so many deep cycle batteries on the market, how do you decide which one will suit your needs?

RVs, campers, and trailers all require deep cycle batteries. But the critical difference is how much energy each vehicle type requires.

Campers are the smallest among all three vehicle types.

 People often take these vehicles camping for short periods. The priority is to be a portable, compact, and lightweight battery

 For trailers, people usually park them in trailer parks with easy access to shore power. So, you might not need a battery with such high capacity

An RV is larger, and it can fit more people

Which is why it’s a better idea to invest in a heavy-duty battery with a higher capacity.

The 4 RV battery types available Flooded Lead Acid Battery Gel batteries Glass Mat (AGM) batteries Lithium-ion batteries Some are better choices than others

The older battery types

Gel, and AGM, were popular choices because they’re maintenance-free. As a result, they have a lower upfront cost but a short life span.

How Does A Lithium Battery For RV Work?

Lithium-ion batteries are a relatively new option for RV batteries, compared to AGM models, and use a different charging profile 

The best types are the most expensive

 All things considered, our choice for the best overall RV battery is the Battle Born 100 Ah LiFePO4 12 Volt Deep Cycle Battery BB10012.