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1800 mAh Battery on Ebay

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jiggy79, Aug 8, 2010.

  1. jiggy79

    jiggy79 Well-Known Member
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  2. I think you should have a gander at the other threads that have talked about this extensively. I also think you should just get the $10 version of the same thing.
     
  3. chicano

    chicano Well-Known Member

    This seller has sold almost 400 of these batteries, only 4 negatives in 12 months (non were about the batteries) and ships out of California- compared to out of the country. Not too bad of a reputation.

    It will be like buying each item at $8 (2 batteries and a wall charger). Unfortunately, I would probably get taxed- usually do from California sellers- due to being in Cali.

    And they look cool being red and the chargers aren't bad looking either- you can use it as a night light- also a usb input.

    Same seller is selling the charger and one battery for $14.99 ($4.99 sh)
    [​IMG]http://cgi.ebay.com/HTC-EVO-4G-BATTERY-1800-Dock-USB-CHGR-DROID-INCREDIBLE-/220668024205?pt=PDA_Accessories&hash=item3360d6d58d
     
  4. dekebro

    dekebro Lurker

    I recently purchased these 2-1800 mAh batteries + dock charger thru ebay and couldn't be more satisfied. The batteries hold a charge longer than the stock battery. I also believe the Dock charger that comes with the batteries does a much better job of charging the batteries. I believe this because when I charged the 1800 mAh batteries with the stock home charger the batteries immediately discharged from 100% to around 95-97%. However when I used the dock charger, the batteries held at 100% for nearly an hour before falling to 99%. I got this same result even when I charged the stock battery on the dock charger. Just my two cents for what it's worth.
     
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  5. tracerit

    tracerit Android Enthusiast

    did you buy the red ones or the galilio ones?
     
  6. drexappeal

    drexappeal Extreme Android User

    My exprience is that they are about the same as the stock battery, but still worth it for the small price.
     
  7. I bought a mugan brand 1800mah battery and works very well.
     
  8. dekebro

    dekebro Lurker

    I got the red ones to match the phone.
     
  9. dekebro

    dekebro Lurker

    Me personally, I've noticed these batteries last marginally better than the stock battery. I'm quite satisfied. Especially with the fact they hold at 100% longer than the stock one.
     
  10. gryme

    gryme Lurker

    Well I just ordered the red 1800mah batteries with da dock charger off of eBay and I'm hoping to get good results from the responses I've seen on here :cool:
     
  11. MsRandall

    MsRandall Android Enthusiast

    I ordered the batteries when they were $14.99 a bundle. I am very happy with the product.
     
  12. AndroidMax

    AndroidMax Android Enthusiast

    I just ordered these, and when they arrived, they are listed as 1800maH, and 4.07Whr. Well, according to my math, 4.07 watts divided by 3.7 volts is 1100ma. I have tried both, and they seem to hold a charge to about 50%, but then they tank like crazy down to 5% in a few hours, even with no use.....

    If they were really 1800maH, they should be 6.67Whr....
    $35 bucks, down the crapper....

    Epic FAIL. I would not recommend these "Quality Chinese Ripoffs" ....
     

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The HTC EVO 4G release date was June 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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