Constructed from 99.99% pure virgin lead, Odyssey battery plates are extremely thin, so more of them can fit into the battery. More lead plates = more power.
Before being inserted into the case, the Absorbed Glass Mat plate separators are compressed by 28% for extreme vibration resistance.
Built to stringent specifications, cell connectors are casted to the plates, and bonded to resist vibration and eliminate internal sparking.
Constructed from 99.99% pure virgin lead, Odyssey Battery plates are extremely thin, so more of them can fit into the battery. More lead plates = more power.
With some batteries you get hefty cranky power. With others, you get amazing deep cycle reserve power. The ODYSSEY® battery gives you both.
How do we do it? We start with flat plates that are made of 99.99% pure virgin lead. We do not use lead alloy. Lead plates made of pure lead can be made thinner so we are able to use more of them in each battery. The more battery plates used means the greater the plate surface area which then translates to an increase in power, as much as twice that of conventional batteries.
In fact, ODYSSEY batteries can provide engine cranking pulses of more than 2250 amps every 5 seconds. This is double to triple what other conventional batteries in its class provide. And this is even in lower temperatures. In addition, they are able to handle 400 charge-discharge cycles of up to 80% of the depth of discharge.
It’s this unique blending of power and performance that makes the ODYSSEY battery the ideal choice for a range of applications including marine, commercial, powersports and automotive/LTV.
ODYSSEY batteries have a design life of 8-12 years and a service life of 3 -10 years thanks to their sturdy construction and AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) design. Intercell connections that are welded allow it to stand up to extreme vibration and the acid is designed to stay in place even when it’s installed on its side. In addition, ODYSSEY batteries can be stored for up to 2 years and will still return full power when started up again.