I have bad experience with GS it dies out after 8 months and the store can't give me replacement...sa inis ko binagsak ko sa concrete yung battery at sabay iniwan na lang. From then on I only buy locally made batteries which they can really give me after sales support. Natutulungan ko pa local industries and local employment.
I was at a big battery shop last night and they are selling me Motolite Excel 2SM maintenance free at P3K less P250 for trade in of my old 1SM and comes with 15 months warranty. The dealer is confident that they can give outright replacement in case I got a faulty battery within the warranty period.
If you want peace of mind with regards to warranty go for locally made batteries like Motolite and Outlast.
No, Motolite being local is not a bad thing as it is.
Kung yan ang mentality ng mga pinoy, babagsak lahat ng industry dito. Matutuwa ang mga foreigners nyan. That's decades of colonialism at work. It's actually a brilliant economic war tool. Pag na-colonize at na-dumb down mo na ang mga tao, they will self-destruct. Afterwards, here you go cheerfully stuffing their mouths with your supposedly superior products like a Vulture.
Maganda naman ang products ng Motolite and we've always used Motolite Gold. The last one worked well for 5years. Meron din dito na Motolite Enduro and it still works after 4yrs. Since laging Bosch ang binibili namin for our construction equipment/tool needs, I just wanted to try Bosch batteries kaya ako bumili nun.
Trying out foreign brands is okay but saying that our local products suck is another matter. I would rather buy a locally made product than those na galing China or SE Asia whenever possible. Mas matino di hamak ang craftsmanship ng mga pinoy.
Also, kung Japan Technology ang GS, ibig sabihin, di yan gawa sa Japan. It's probably made in China lang kaya kailangan pa sabihin na Japan tech.
Tama sabi mo pare.. sabi ni yung mga battery store.. Motolite is made in China ngayon.. kaya hindi tatagal.. 6 months lang.. ewan ko kung totoo..