Warranty

 

We design and build our mobile power solutions using only the highest quality components to deliver consistent, rugged, and reliable power wherever and whenever you need it. Our products are built to last, withstanding the rigors of set life in any environment, that’s why we can offer the best battery warranties in the industry.

Find the warranty terms for your Anton/Bauer product below.

 

DIONIC XT

  • General manufacturing warranty is 2 years from the original date of purchase
  • Batteries which are unable to charge to more than 80% of the Initial Nominal Capacity within 2 years from the date of purchase, and within 1000 Charge/Recharge Cycles from first charge date will be considered defective
 

Titon

  • General manufacturing warranty is 2 years from the original date of purchase
  • Batteries which are unable to charge to more than 70% of the Initial Nominal Capacity within 2 years from the date of purchase, and within 1000 Charge/Recharge Cycles from first charge date will be considered defective
 

Titon SL

  • General manufacturing warranty is 2 years from the original date of purchase
  • Batteries which are unable to charge to more than 65% of the Initial Nominal Capacity within 2 years from the date of purchase, and within 1000 Charge/Recharge Cycles from first charge date will be considered defective
 

Titon Micro

  • General manufacturing warranty is 2 years from the original date of purchase
  • Batteries which are unable to charge to more than 65% of the Initial Nominal Capacity within 2 years from the date of purchase, and within 1000 Charge/Recharge Cycles from first charge date will be considered defective
 

Titon Base

  • General manufacturing warranty is 2 years from the original date of purchase
  • Batteries which are unable to charge to more than 65% of the Initial Nominal Capacity within 2 years from the date of purchase, and within 1000 Charge/Recharge Cycles from first charge date will be considered defective
 

GO 90

  • General manufacturing warranty is 1 years from the original date of purchase
  • Batteries which are unable to charge to more than 70% of the Initial Nominal Capacity within 1 years from the date of purchase, and within 300 Charge/Recharge Cycles from first charge date will be considered defective