Instant Replay camcorder batteries are specifically designed for each camcorder brand and model. AtBatt.com offers a complete line of Instant Replay batteries and compatible replacements for most camcorders. We have developed a Instant Replay Camcorder battery select technology that will guide you in choosing the correct battery for your camcorder. Your first step is to choose your Instant Replay model from the list below.
Purchasing OEM Instant Replay Camcorder Batteries vs. 3rd Party Batteries Third party camcorder batteries by AtBatt.com are usually lower in price and usually exceed the performance of OEM Instant Replay camcorder batteries. Many of AtBatt’s camcorder batteries use the same battery cells as OEM Instant Replay batteries. We offer a superior warranty over the OEM manufacturer’s warranty. Finally, we make warranty replacement on our 3rd party camcorder battery easier by dealing with you, the consumer, directly.
Will 3rd Party Batteries Work with My Instant Replay Battery Charger? AtBatt’s 3rd party camcorder batteries will work with your OEM Instant Replay charger. Many of our camcorder batteries are made with the same battery cells as Instant Replay batteries. AtBatt’s batteries are designed to original manufacturer’s specifications, and will meet or exceed original Instant Replay batteries.
Is it better for me to purchase an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) battery or an aftermarket battery?
That would depend on your point of view. Some people prefer to stick with the OEM battery because they feel safer with it. Other people would prefer to go with an aftermarket version because, in general, they are less expensive than the OEM version and in a lot of cases they have a higher capacity. So just do your research and make sure that you evaluate your needs before making this decision.
What can I do with my camcorder battery after it has stopped working?
Once the life of your battery has ended, you need to dispose of it properly. You do not want to throw it in the garbage, bury it or cremate it because they are not bio-degradable and they will explode in extreme heat. What you can do, however, is recycle them. To recycle them, all you have to do is check your phone book or look online for a place that recycles batteries. Also, many battery sellers will help you with this process such as online sites or even local stores. Just call first to verify that they actually accept batteries for recycling.