OPTIMA Yellow Top Battery Customer Reviews
27 Customer Reviews
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From bumping stereo systems to hard-pulling winches, power-hungry accessories gobble up traditional car batteries faster than hot dogs at a competitive eating match. Keep your electronics fully fed with the OPTIMA Yellow Top Battery. This dual purpose deep cycle and starting battery cranks out enough juice to satisfy the most demanding gear.
The difference between the OPTIMA Yellow Top Battery and old-school car batteries comes down to the guts. Instead of using flat sheets of impure lead, OPTIMA batteries are loaded with tightly coiled columns of 99.999% pure lead. This Spiralcell Technology ensures maximum vibration resistance, unbeatable output, ultra low ohms and nearly twice the lifespan of traditional batteries.
Forget about carrying around a bottle of distilled water in your trunk—your OPTIMA Yellow Top Battery is completely sealed and 100% maintenance free. You can even rotate your OPTIMA battery a full 180° without it dripping a drop. Plus, OPTIMA backs your Yellow Top Battery with a 36-month warranty.
27 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Richard B (GRAND MARSH, WI) — Sep 16, 2013 3:37 PM
This battery is the best one I have ever owned. I use it on my trailer with a 9500 pound winch and the winch doesn't even slow down on long uphill pulls. With the other battery I had in there it would slow down and heat the winch up even on short pulls. At the end of the day it also recovers quick. I will definitely change all my batteries to optima's
Reviewed by Steven P (San Antonio, TX) Reviewed for a 1995 Toyota 4Runner — Aug 27, 2013 4:26 AM
You get what you pay for! - This battery is pricey- but its worth it. I live in Texas(its HOT) and regular batties dont last longer than two years. This battery works well with my car truck and my boat.
Reviewed by William D A (Fort Washington, MD) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Frontier — May 14, 2012 4:38 AM
On all the offroad forums, you hear folks talking about the benefits of the Yellow Top. I'm not a serious offroader, per se, but I am planning a trip in the next few days. My stock, lead acid battery was prone to some acid sloshing up and out which had begun corroding the battery hold down. It was also too weak to power a winch, not enough CCA. That's where the Yellow Top is champ. I'm somewhere 750+ CCA and the AGM technology means it is spillproof. I got this one from AutoAnything as a secondary battery to mount in a toolbox with my dual battery charging system. I now run additonal auxilliary lights and an inverter off of this one. The deep cycle capability is clutch in this regards as it can be drained down and bounce back time and time again. This will be great for camping. I've done some basic tests, the real test is this weekend.
Reviewed by Jeff M (Salinas, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Volkswagen Golf — May 05, 2011 10:53 AM
Optima batteries perform exactly as advertised in every way. Their only potential shortcomming is that when they reach the end of their useful life, the die rather suddenly and completely. Plan accordingly and have a replacement on hand 30 months after initial installation and this will not catch you by surprise.
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Asked by Anonymous
Oct 01, 2013 4:07 PM
2010 Toyota Tundra
What is the difference between the D35 and D27f?
Answered by Nathan S. — Oct 02, 2013 8:37 AM
Hi, They're a different size and shape. Car battery sizes are standardized, so check your current battery and look for a D35 or D27F on its sticker.flag Accept Answer
Asked by carmella p.
Mar 17, 2012 3:37 AM
2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser
what size optima battery would I need for a 2001 pt cruiser?
Asked by Kostyamtyn D.
Jan 29, 2012 7:53 PM
2006 Dodge Magnum
I have Dodge Magnum 06 SE. which exactly battery should i buy?