What is the difference between an OEM cell phone battery and DuracellDirect's cell phone batteries?
DuracellDirect provides replacement Sanyo cell phone batteries that are more durable than their OEM counterparts. Our
batteries not only have a better build quality, but are also made with the highest quality cells. All of our products
pass various safety certifications and come with a one year warranty. We guarantee that our replacement Sanyo batteries
and cell phone chargers will meet or exceed the specifications of your original products.
What different types of Sanyo cell phone batteries are there?
Our aftermarket Sanyo cell phone batteries contain one of four different kinds of chemical cells: Ni-Cad (Nickel
Cadmium), Li-Ion (Lithium Ion), NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride), and Li-Poly (Lithium Polymer). There are minor advantages
/ disadvantages between the chemical types; however, all four types are widely known and used for battery cells.
Why do Sanyo cell phone batteries have different capacities?
The capacities of our replacement Sanyo cell phone batteries are measured in milliampere-hour, or “mAh”. A battery’s
capacity can change based on a large range of features: the number of cells, the size of vells, wattage, voltage, and
even the chemical type. A cell that has more electrode or electrolyte material, or cells that are more tightly packed,
will generally have a higher capacity. Also, batteries of the same chemical type tend to have a higher capacity when
the battery is larger.
How long will my Sanyo cellular phone battery last?
You should expect your aftermarket Sanyo cellular phone battery to last for an average of three years, or 500
discharge / charge cycles. A fully charged replacement Sanyo cellular phone battery can last for several hours of use.
Expect your cellular phone battery to take up to three hours to charge fully; however, some cellular phone batteries
can see an 80% capacity within the first hour of being charged.
Keep in mind that these averages can change based on the condition of the cellular phone batter and how old it is. To
get the most out of your replacement Sanyo cellular phone battery, take steps to ensure its proper care.
How safe are Sanyo cell phone batteries and batteries in general? How do I take care of my Sanyo battery?
Our aftermarket Sanyo cell phone batteries and chargers come with a number of safety certifications to prove that
they’re some of the best batteries for our customers. These certifications include UL, CE, FCC, and RoHS.
However, batteries, in general, always have a chance to be damaged. Sometimes, the best that one can do to keep them
safe is as simple as avoiding certain conditions. For example, do not let your replacement Sanyo cell phone battery
come into contact with liquids, such as rainwater. These liquids can slowly seep into your battery and damage the
cells. Extreme weather conditions should be avoided as well: freezing temperatures and heat (from direct sunlight
and/or leaving your battery in your car) can cause your battery to become defective. Physical injury to the battery
can occur if you try to take it apart. Defections can also arise from the battery being dropped or thrown. If any
liquids or leaks are spotted on the battery, take it to your nearest recycling center and dispose of it immediately.
Feel free to email or call our customer service members to see if our aftermarket Sanyo cell phone battery or Sanyo
cell phone charger is compatible with the cell phone model you own. We provide
cell phone batteries and cell phone chargers for numerous other manufacturers and models too.
To find Sanyo Batteries, Battery Chargers, Adapters, and Accessories select the model of your Sanyo Cellular Phone.
At DuracellDirect.com we are proud to offer our 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee on all of our Sanyo Batteries, Sanyo chargers, Sanyo adapters and accessories.