I just had the same happen to me on some electronics I sold on ebay for $1200 about 2 months ago. It was shipped to an address in California, then rerouted to somewhere in New York. It is happening a lot now. But I shipped it with insurance, and signature confirmation through USPS. Then the buyer said their account was hacked, and filed for a refund. Paypal took the money out of my account. I then called paypal, and they said since I had a signature confirmation that I was protected, and paypal refunded my money back. Did you send with insurance and signature confirmation?
I'm afraid that is above my skill level. I wouldn't even know where to start.
The low price and capacity of those batteries is attractive. The weight is 11.5 oz per cell...plus bus bars and hardware. That is maybe 50% of the weight of a conventional battery. Figuring out a convenient way to charge them would be the key. I would like something I could just plug into a little pigtail wired into the battery pack. Like a battery tender.
I had been considering a solar panel over the fuel tank in the center section to keep the battery up to snuff, but it will be inside or under a cover 95% of the time, so solar isn't making much sense at the moment. A higher capacity battery pack like those, may the most effective and lightest solution.
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