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Costs of Car Battery Replacement

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Hello,

Mikey here!  In my previous post I highlighted the comparison of time to use this great process compared to actually replacing your dead car battery.  In this post I want to highlight the costs of these two options.  I’ll compare the cost over a 10 yr period so you can see the real cost benefits of this easy to use car battery reconditioning system.

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Cost of Purchasing a New Battery

The average cost of a car battery is somewhere between $75 and $120 with premium batteries costing between $90 to $200.  Let’s use $100 as our average cost.  The average car battery lasts 2 and 5 years depending on operating conditions.  Let’s use 3 years as our average.  Let’s show what this option costs over a 10 year period.  This assumes no cost for the mechanic to install the new battery for you.

Year New Battery Cost
Now $100.00
+1 Year $0.00
+2 Years $0.00
+3 Years $100.00
+4 Years $0.00
+5 Years $0.00
+6 Years $100.00
+7 Years $0.00
+ 8 Years $0.00
+ 9 Years $100.00
+ 10 Years $0.00
Total: $400.00

 

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The Cost of Restoring Your Car Battery

When you click the link on this site you will go to the vendor’s website.  If you want to see how this works click on the “Simple Video” link on the menu bar.  You will then be able to buy this manual to learn how to restore car batteries to new for $49.99 (price at time of writing this post).  Note you have a 60-day money back guarantee and you will buy the product through Clickbank which is proven to be safe and secure.  After you download the manual you will see that there are some tools you need to perform this process.  Here is a summary:

Item Cost Purpose/Comment
Battery Load Tester $20.68 Used to test the battery’s ability to provide enough energy to start the car motor
Battery Terminal Cleaner $5.81 Used to clean the corrosion off the terminals of the battery
Battery Hydrometer $10.95 Used to test the chemical mixture of acid and water in the battery cells
Charger for 12v Lead Acid Batteries $24.48 Used to charge the restored battery
Multimeter $10.89 Used to test the output voltage and resistance of the battery
Funnel $5.19 Used to safely add water to the battery cells
Total: $78.00

When you add the cost of the manual then you are paying $127.99 for this option.

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Side-by-Side Cost Comparison

Laying the cost out side by side you see the following:

New Battery Recondition Battery
Year Cost Accumulative Cost Accumulative
Now $100.00 $100.00 $127.99 $127.99
+1 Year $0.00 $100.00 $0.00 $127.99
+2 Years $0.00 $100.00 $0.00 $127.99
+3 Years $100.00 $200.00 $0.00 $127.99
+4 Years $0.00 $200.00 $0.00 $127.99
+5 Years $0.00 $200.00 $0.00 $127.99
+6 Years $100.00 $300.00 $0.00 $127.99
+7 Years $0.00 $300.00 $0.00 $127.99
+ 8 Years $0.00 $300.00 $0.00 $127.99
+ 9 Years $100.00 $400.00 $0.00 $127.99
+ 10 Years $0.00 $400.00 $0.00 $127.99
Total:   $400.00   $127.99

Paying $127.99 now is all you pay which is about the same as one new battery.  You pay it back in savings when you have to replace your battery in 3 years with another new battery when you have spent $200.00.  You can see that this new process saves time and money for your car battery.  Some other benefits that I have found is it taught me some basic information about batteries and provided a simple easy way to learn how to restore them.  A fun Saturday morning project.

I hope you agree.  Good luck with this great product!!

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-Mikey