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Topic # 151593 29-Aug-2014 22:08

Time to get a new battery for my daughters Sony Vaio laptop.  The laptop itself is no longer available but I see the battery listed as available on a number of 'NZ' websites but pretty sure the product all comes in from overseas.  I am not to worried these are not genuine Sony batteries but I just don't know enough to know which are safe sights and which are not.

Any one bought a replacement battery from somewhere they would recommend?

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  Reply # 1118310 29-Aug-2014 23:46
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Give the Sony store a call tomorrow with the laptop in front of you and see if they can help.

http://www.sony.co.nz/microsite/sonystore/ 




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I've used one based in Christchurch. I'm pretty sure it was http://laptopbattery.co.nz/

Edit: Confirmed it was them. Had no problems with them.




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  Reply # 1118588 30-Aug-2014 14:37
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http://laptopbattery.co.nz/ in Chch
They hold stock in Chch.
No issues with any of them we have onsold to our customers.

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