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EnerSys To Sell ODYSSEY Batteries At NAPA Auto Parts

ODYSSEY batteries feature a three- to 10-year service life and a two-year storage life at 77 F (25 C).


EnerSys is teaming up with NAPA Auto Parts to offer premium AGM ODYSSEY batteries.

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As an approved vendor, EnerSys will have the ability to provide ODYSSEY batteries to 57 distribution centers, 6,000 NAPA stores and more than 17,000 NAPA AutoCare and AutoCare Collision Centers nationwide.

“Today’s modernized vehicles, with their onboard accessories and added electronic features, require dual purpose batteries that offer both maximized starting power and deep cycle capabilities, and our ODYSSEY batteries are uniquely engineered to meet these automotive demands and much more” said Tom Rafferty, national account manager at EnerSys. “We are privileged to now be a part of the NAPA family, whose legacy of success in the industry goes back decades, and we look forward to bringing our one-of-a-kind ODYSSEY batteries to a network of elite motorists.”

Manufactured with proprietary thin-plate pure-lead (TPPL) technology and 99% pure lead – not lead alloy – the pure-lead plates used in the construction of ODYSSEY batteries are made thinner, allowing for more to fit in the battery, according to the company. The increased number of plates results in more surface area, increased power and massive deep-cycling capability. The rugged construction and non-spillable design of ODYSSEY batteries protects against high-impact shock and mechanical vibration, helping to provide longer service life.

ODYSSEY batteries feature a three- to 10-year service life and a two-year storage life at 77 F (25 C). They are vibration- and shock-resistant, classified as “non-spillable” by the U.S. Department of Transportation and include a limited three-year full replacement warranty.


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