Best Minkota Battery Box Review 2019

MinnKota Trolling Motor Power Center
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MinnKota Trolling Motor Power Center
  • Battery Holder/Case ONLY. Battery NOT INCLUDED.
  • Motor center ideal for small-boat transom applications
  • Easy-access batter terminals for connecting leads
  • Built-in battery meter displays current "state of charge"
  • Designed to fit group 24- and 27-size batteries

MinnKota Trolling Motor Power Center

Best Deep Cycle Marine Battery

Enough for the batteries, even if we buy a battery that has all the features, we need a holder that fits into the boat, and connects the battery to the system. This is the best trolling motor battery holder available in the market. The brand name Minnkota is enough for telling what kind of quality this product has. The dimensions of the box are 14.9 x 8.7 x 15 inches, a perfect partner for group 24 and 27 batteries. It has two circuit breakers, one of 15 amps and other of 60 amps. The product just weighs 4.2 pounds, easy to setup and install. The plastic is good for heavyweight batteries, but I found buckle system more of a disappointment as, due to weight, it is more likely to break or damage. It is a must but, after you have a bought a battery of your choice.


  • Dimensions: 14.9 x 8.7 x 15 inches
  • Group 24 and 27 batteries
  • Two circuit breakers, 15 amps & 60 amps

The Minn Kota® Trolling Motor Power Center is ideal for little boat transom software (ships which do not have battery compartments). This power center features easy access external battery terminals which allow trolling motor leads and charger leads to be connected without opening the box. A built-in battery meter displays the total charge of the battery. The power center fits group 24- and 27- size batteries.


  • For little boats, transom software
  • Easy access outside battery terminals
  • Trolling motor charger and leads leads join without opening the box
  • Fits group 24- and 27- size batteries
  • Built-in battery meter
  • Brand: Minn Kota
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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