We carry a full line of replacement batteries for Blackberry, LG, Motorola, Samsung and many other brands. When your cell phone battery wears out, we have the replacement battery you need. Please view our line of original and as well as a few aftermarket batteries below.
Charging your battery for the first time:
Initially, lithium ion batteries should be charged for 5-6 hours before being
used. Thereafter, charge according to the user manual. Remember that a new battery or a battery that has not been used recently should be fully charged and discharged a full 2-3 cycles before the battery can achieve its full potential.
If you are using a nickel metal hydride or nickel cadmium battery, you should
charge your battery for 5-15 hours before using the first time.
Please remember, the
matter what type of battery you are using, if you constantly keep your battery
charging even though it does not need to be charged, you will wear out the
battery cells inside the battery which will lead to a shorter life and you will
need to replace the battery sooner.
The three types of cellular batteries you will find on the market are
Lithium Ion , Nickel Metal Hydride and Nickel Cadmium
Lithium Ion batteries have a higher capacity and are lighter in weight. Lithium Ion batteries are the most recommended and usually the preferred battery. These batteries are more costly than NiCd and NiMH, because of their superior performance. Characteristics of Lithium Ion batteries include:
Lightweight and Slim in Design
High Energy Density
No Memory Effect
Nickel Metal Hydride batteries provide at least thirty percent more talk time than NiCd batteries. They take approximately 20% longer to charge but they have virtually no memory effect, so they do not need to be discharged Nickel Metal Hydride batteries can be damaged by excessive heat by overcharging. To avoid this, simply use the manufacturers original charger or one of our excellent charges. All of the chargers we sell will automatically shut off when the battery is fully charged to avoid damaging your battery or phone. Characteristics of Nickel Metal Hydride batteries include:
30% More Capacity than Nickel Cadmium
Lighter Weight Than Nickel Cadmium
No Memory Effect
Nickel Cadmium batteries are slowly being phased out by the rapid growth of Nickel Metal Hydride and Lithium Ion batteries. However, they are strong and their prices are inexpensive. The one problem with NiCd batteries is that they develop a "memory effect" and should be fully discharged before recharging to provide the maximum operating time. A memory effect occurs when recharging a battery before it is fully discharged which causes the battery to "remember" its previous partial charge level and not charge to full capacity. Sometimes conditioning (repetitive fully charging and discharging) can help erase built-up memory, but not always. Characteristics of Nickel Cadmium batteries include:
Rugged, Solid Construction
Wide Range of Operating Temperatures
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