New Battery for Dell Typ Inspiron 1545 - Search recommendable providers

  verlegt 08:50 08 Jan 2015

Hello,  Since my Dell Inspiron 1545 battery is now completely wide, I am looking for a replacement. Although Google spits out several things really seriously not seem to me to some pages but. although such does not look wrong, but a missing address in the imprint somehow seems daunting. Therefore, the question if anyone has experience with relevant online stores. Please no e-Bay dealer account is not available on my part ;) Thanks in advance :)

  spuds 10:22 08 Jan 2015

There are a number of companies that supply replacement Dell batteries, and checking reviews might be an option you will need to take.

If you are UK based, then perhaps the following link might give you some ideas on a possible replacement. I cannot vouch for this company, because most of my purchases of this kind are via eBay, Amazon with others direct from suitable outlets click here

  SparkyJack 11:43 08 Jan 2015

I geuss Amazon covers all the bases,with their variety of suppliers/price all/covered by 'AM's' cover warranty/returns policy

  john bunyan 11:49 08 Jan 2015

I found these people quite good:

online batteries

  john bunyan 11:51 08 Jan 2015

PS have bought a battery, 2 screens and 2 keyboards from them - no trouble. (Mainly for Toshiba)

  JewelAmesbury 10:56 06 Jun 2015

I had a dell inspiron 1525, so it should be pretty much the same. Yes, it means the battery, not the charger. Overtime the battery on your laptop isn't able to charge anymore so you have to replace it by buying a new one. But, if you don't really use your laptop unplugged then you don't have to get a new battery. Mine worked just fine with the battery dead. But if you plan on using it unplugged, then you should get a new battery.

They should be around $100, and you can purchace them at Dell site or any other battery site (such as i bought)you might trust.

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