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Are big third-party batteries generally safe?

Are third-party batteries (like a bigger battery for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2) generally safe? Slightly concerned that it might destroy my £500 phone!

Most Useful Answer AhmadCentral  Jul. 1, 2013 at 17:45

I recommend Anker and Zero Lemon. Always used them for extended batteries before and they're great.

DO NOT buy batteries from ebay. Buy them from amazon and make sure they have good reviews.

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JanSt / MOD  Jul. 1, 2013 at 17:35

Read some reviews before you buy. If it's too cheap to be real, it's too cheap to be real.
Also performance wise: what do you really save when you end up charging more frequently and replacing that replacement after 3 months? You can go to a Pound Shop and buy 8 AAA batteries for a buck. Do you think they'll be as good as 8 brand batteries?

AhmadCentral  Jul. 1, 2013 at 17:45

I recommend Anker and Zero Lemon. Always used them for extended batteries before and they're great.

DO NOT buy batteries from ebay. Buy them from amazon and make sure they have good reviews.

matt101101 / MOD  Jul. 1, 2013 at 17:58

I recommend Anker and Zero Lemon. Always used them for extended batteries before and they're great.

DO NOT buy batteries from ebay. Buy them from amazon and make sure they have good reviews.


Couldn't agree more. I've heard many good things about Anker (especially for replacements for stock batteries) and Zero Lemon (for extended batteries).

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