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Mobile Phone Battery for Motorola V3i - £7.96
Mobile Phone Battery for Motorola V3i - £7.96

Mobile Phone Battery for Motorola V3i - £7.96

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This battery is a high quality 3.7 volt 850mAh lithium-ion replacement for the following battery types
BC50, BC60, SNN5781A, SNN5768, SNN5768A, SNN5779A

We recommend that this battery is fully charged prior to first use. By following this simple instruction, you will enjoy superb performance - equivalent to or exceeding that of the manufacturers original battery.

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That's cheap even with the P&P :):-
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Thanks fcuk

Total price is £7.94 delivered which includes the flat p&p of £3.95.

There are many bargains for less £2 at 7dayshop which can also be added without extra p&p.

Thanks for this one, mine has already deteriorated after only 6 months!

I'd be VERY careful using non standard/not official/non manufactured approved batteries in mobile phones, cos to put it bluntly they can behave badly, over-heat on charge or usage and burn holes in folks pockets

I've got a motorola a1000, and needed a new battery and found loads cheap on ebay, but checked out the ]3G forum and it seemed best to pay that little bit more for official kit

I know folks are gonna disagree and say, "it's never happened to me" and fair enough, it's a personal choice, but that's my 2p for what it's worth

boydent999

I'd be VERY careful using non standard/not official/non manufactured … I'd be VERY careful using non standard/not official/non manufactured approved batteries in mobile phones, cos to put it bluntly they can behave badly, over-heat on charge or usage and burn holes in folks pockets :(I've got a motorola a1000, and needed a new battery and found loads cheap on ebay, but checked out the ]3G forum and it seemed best to pay that little bit more for official kitI know folks are gonna disagree and say, "it's never happened to me" and fair enough, it's a personal choice, but that's my 2p for what it's worth



That's not true, because motorola and mobile phone companies don't manufacture the batteries themselves, they usually contract it out to third party manufacturers in Asia. If you buy a third party battery, there's a good chance it came from the same factory as the official one.

I'd avoid buying batteries from ebay, there's lots of returns and faulty batteries circulating there.

Nomak

That's not true, because motorola and mobile phone companies don't … That's not true, because motorola and mobile phone companies don't manufacture the batteries themselves

What's not true? I never said the manufacturer MADE the battery, i said, APPROVED which is a big difference:!::x
Nomak

If you buy a third party battery, there's a good chance it came from the … If you buy a third party battery, there's a good chance it came from the same factory as the official one.

"Chance" is based on all things being equal. That is not an informed reply. There is just as good a *chance* the battery is of poor quality and made in an entirely different factory and not approved:x
Nomak

I'd avoid buying batteries from ebay, there's lots of returns and faulty … I'd avoid buying batteries from ebay, there's lots of returns and faulty batteries circulating there.

That's the only thing i'd agree with you:roll:
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