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Common customer mistakes when purchasing a replacement laptop battery

Before anything is said about laptop batteries, the first thing to be discussed is product safety. A laptop battery is potentially explosive and this is evidenced by the fact the freight industry class a replacement laptop battery as a hazardous shipment.

Product safety standard are imperative. Any battery being used in the UK should possess a ‘CE’ certification and a UL certification. Customers of Laptop Power UK will be glad to know that all batteries sold by Laptop Power UK are OEM batteries meaning they are fully certified and are equivalent in quality to the original batteries supplied with retail laptops.

Whether you require an HP Pavilion Battery or a Compaq Presario battery, customers will be able to find the correct replacement part for their laptop. Our management team insist on only retailing products we would be happy to use in our own laptops. We don’t think there is much value in selling a laptop battery for £15 that is going to need replacing every 2 months. Therefore we don’t sell them.

All our HP laptop batteries and Compaq laptop batteries are originals, meaning they will contain original OEM battery cells such as Sanyo or Panasonic. All our customers will care about is the fact that they will be every bit as good as the laptop battery supplied with your machine originally and will last as long. Don’t forget, consumer electronics is the same as everything else in life, you get what you pay for. This applies not only to the product itself, but also to the after-sales customer service.

This entry was posted on Friday, January 13th, 2012 at 7:01 am. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS feed.

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