Tayna are only a retailer of batteries but one with a good reputation.
If you want a reasonable quality battery then buy one meeting the European standard EN50342 with a C20 rating. That means basically of the readily available products a Banner Energy Bull, Varta Professional or an Exide, these will not dissapoint and are likely to be way better than you have, even when that was new.
Arguably you dont need a 110 Ah battery for your requirements if it is a decent quality one [an EN rated], if you go budget then buy as big as you can because it will be most unlikely to be as high a capacity[at the all important 20 hour discharge, C20 rating] as the label wants you to believe; if it was then they would comply and label it with the EN standard.
Road Pro is another retailer I would trust. If going locally use a proper battery retailer not a Leisure company. There are big discounts in batteries for the asking; use Tayna and Road Pro prices as a guide to what to pay.
Battery weight, like for like is a very good guide to sort out the weaker products from the better; lead is needed and lead is very heavy.
Post last edited on 10/02/2014 14:42:00