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Old 04-01-2018, 10:51 PM   #1
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Genuinedealz.com - Batter Cables -Thumbs up!

Marine Wiring, Boat Cable and Electrical Genuinedealz.com

I just replace our battery bank, and decided to swap out the Battery Cable interconnect between the batteries. I received positive input on a few boards to try Genuinedealz... What a pleasure.

Called to talk with their Customer Service on turnaround time confirmation. Very professional assistance. Answered my questions with an answer that usually 'Order Day 1, cables built Day 2, and also shipped Day 2. (And this was the case for me...).

I also had questions on the difference between their Thin vs Thick connections. Went with Thick, as I had no interference problems, and it adds a bit more 'connectivity' for 'juice' transfer!

Product shipped USPS on Day 2. Received, and very pleased with the quality of the delivered cables.

It's easy to ignore, or take as simple, the interconnect battery cables on a bank of house and or chassis batteries. But these install and mostly forget components 'level of quality' of material and workmanship do make a difference.

Salute to Genuinedealz on the product the delivered to me!

Best to all,

(And note: Lower prices were available elsewhere. But minor costs savings on an unknown supplier were not worth the risk to me. I'll gladly pay more for quality components and workmanship and customer service...)

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Old 04-02-2018, 01:11 AM   #2
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...I agree- sometimes it is worth a little more for that extra customer service!

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Old 04-02-2018, 05:02 AM   #3
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Used them back in 2008, while setting up my boat battery bank and charging system.

Fast service and great quality.
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Old 04-02-2018, 10:51 AM   #4
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Thanks for the tip Smitty! I bookmarked that for future use!
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Used them for rewiring my 40' Chris Craft electrical system, great stuff and company.
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Yup, been using them for years

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