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Topic # 6375 20-Jan-2006 11:25

While researching the Sanyo 5600 I came across a site with reference to the pidly talk time of the 5600 and how this can be doubled with a bigger/better battery.

Does anyone know of an outfit/URL here in NZ I can source this better battery from?

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Reply # 26791 20-Jan-2006 11:26
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whats the site, who makes the battery, and whats the part number?









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Reply # 26792 20-Jan-2006 11:58

I read it a while ago and can't remember exactly, but it was offshore, so instead of searching again, I thought I'd ask if any one knows of a local source.

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Reply # 26990 24-Jan-2006 10:07
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There is an extended lif product made by Sanyo available from telecom dealerships SCP5600EB.



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Reply # 26996 24-Jan-2006 14:18

thanx heaps, that sounds like the little beasty!



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Reply # 27775 3-Feb-2006 11:52

You may not believe this but neither Telecom nor any of the resellers have this - http://pcworld.pricegrabber.com/search_getprod.php/masterid=12455505/search=mm5600 - 1400 mAh extended Lithium-ion batteryyet.

Nor do they have any of the other cool and usefull accesseries, like the usb power sync cable. Pathetic, useless and just plain dumb!

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Reply # 27782 3-Feb-2006 13:06
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I brought mine from Leading Edge Comunications in Thames for $79.95. works fab.

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