U.K's Best Selling Leisure Batteries

This season, wherever you travel, take a Numax Leisure battery. Numax offers an extensive range suitable for all applications and uses.

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Numax Leisure – LV Range

The Numax LV range is maintenance free and is ideal for customers who regularly use electrical hook-up. This range is the lowest price option and provides the least amount of cycles.

LV22MF 12V 75AH 272x175x225 75 Cycles NCC Rated C
LV26MF 12V 95AH 302x172x200 76 Cycles NCC Rated C
LV30MF 12V 105AH 330x175x230 77 Cycles NCC Rated C

Numax Leisure – DC Range

The Numax DC range is the most popular range and is for customers who occasionally use electrical hook-up. The DC range is maintenance free and is ideal for Motor Movers; it offers between 220 and 230 cycles.

LV22MF 12V 75AH 272x175x225 75 Cycles NCC Rated C
DC25MF 12V 105AH 353x175x190 230 Cycles NCC Rated B
DC27MF 12V 95AH 302x172x220 220 Cycles NCC Rated B
DC31MF 12V 105AH 330x172x239 220 Cycles NCC Rated B

Numax Leisure – XDC AGM NEW

The XDCAGM range is specifically designed for customers who regularly use their vehicle while off grid and rarely use electrical hook-up; the XDCAGM provides 360+ cycles. This range of batteries uses AGM Range Technology (Absorbed Glass Mat); it’s this technology that gives the XDCAGM a higher cycle rate. AGM batteries can also be found in Stop-Start cars.

XDC25AGM 12V 95AH 352x174x190 360 Cycles NCC Rated A



Numax Leisure – XDT30MF

The XDT30MF Numax Leisure battery utilises tubular technology. Instead of plates stacked against each other, the XDT30MF has robust tubes that sit side by side and stretch from the top of the lid to the bottom of the case. Because of this tubular design, positive active material is protected and less likely to shed prematurely. In addition, tubular batteries are designed to produce a deep discharge for a long time; this is why the XDT30MF is a great option for customers who use little to no electrical hook-up (off grid). The XDT30MF is the most durable and resilient battery in the Numax Leisure range.

XDT30MF 12V 115AH 346x175x234 2000 Cycles NCC Rated A


Choosing a leisure battery isn’t the same as a car battery, you need to consider your power usage, available space and how many energy consumers you have onboard.  Leisure battery performance is measured in cycles; these cycles are what determine their NCC rating. Battery cycles refer to the number of discharge/recharge cycles the battery is capable of when discharged by up to 50% between recharging. The biggest energy consumers in the average leisure vehicle are televisions, microwaves, kettles and hair dryers and motor movers.

If you’re regularly hooked-up, you need less cycles; if you’re off grid you’ll require more cycles.

Use our online Leisure Battery finder – click on the image below.




Below you’ll find some tips and advice for charging a leisure battery. Numax Leisure chargers are specifically designed for Leisure applications and are really easy to use.


  • Ensure your batteries are wired and installed in the correct manner.
  • Charge your battery after purchase and prior to each use.
    Keep the terminals and posts free from corrosion – lightly coat with petroleum jelly.
  • Always keep your battery fully charged – even when not in use! When not in use, store in a cool and dry environment connected to an intelligent charger.
  • Always keep the battery upright and adequately secured.
  • Always apply a charge to the battery at the end of the season and remove it from caravan/motorhome where possible, or use a permanently connected intelligent charger.
  • Check your caravan/motorhome for systems that draw a constant charge – e.g. tracker or alarm – as you will need to counter this draw with a constant re-charge to maintain the battery.
  • Never over discharge your battery. Try to keep voltage from dropping below 12.3v. The deeper you discharge your battery, the fewer number of cycles you will achieve.
  • Never leave your battery in a discharged state for a prolonged period of time.
  • Never reverse the polarity on your battery charging leads as this may damage the battery and charger.

On all Numax leisure batteries, you will find this NCC label.

The NCC scheme rates leisure batteries either Class A, B or C. It’s important to note that this rating does not represent the quality of the battery, rather the cyclic ability of the battery. A battery’s Cycles and AH are what determine its NCC rating. The NCC verified scheme helps consumers to identify batteries trusted by the NCC (National Caravan Council). Many customer may disregard a C rated battery in favour of an A rated battery; however, they may not require the cyclic capacity the A rated battery provides if they mostly use electrical hook-up.


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