A big plus for lithium along with my two favorites so far weight and not having to worry about recharging to 100% on a consistent basis./quote]
These are the huge wins for us. I will add how much faster they accept a charge. Charging primarily or only with solar capturing as much of the suns energy as possible is a big advantage.
"Poor Pippi drank just as much coolaid and simply doesn't realize what a disservice her video is doing." That's a bit snide, if you just said that the content in that video was off it would not be "Slinging mud" — Eddie Aileen
I kinda know that LiFePo4 Lithium batteries are what "We" put in "Some" RV's. I may have installed one or two of those? — Eddie Aileen
One of the largest, and most overlooked, limitations on LiFePO4 batteries is temperature. Many cannot put their battery bank within the heated/cooled area of the coach. I do know of a fulltiming couple with a 5th wheel that had to switch back to AGM's from LiFePO4 batteries because of this reason. They did not want to have all of the extra tech to keep them warm/cool. — Eddie Aileen
I will say I would take a top of the line lead acid wet-cell over a Lithium no name battery. — Eddie Aileen