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Where to buy Dell lappy batteries?

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I have an Inspiron e1505, have had it for about a year and a half, and I currently get 8 or so minutes out of the battery. It's been this bad for nearly 6 months now. (don't get me started... you can imagine how upset I am, not to mention that Dell batteries are proprietary, and they cost an arm and a leg, and they get ridiculously low reviews on the Dell site because of this. In fact look at this) Anyway I was wondering if anyone else with an Inspiron knew of a good place to buy cheapish Dell batteries, or if buying them from Dell is my best bet. I am not going to buy a new lappy, I just want to get a new battery. I have me reasons.
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Check here from time to time:
http://computers.search.ebay.com/_De...QsassZasendtek

I got an oem Xtreme Music sound card there awhile ago for my old Dell for $44 brand new.
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I would use eBay.

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I would use eBay.

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Is ebay really a good idea for batteries?
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Quote:
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Is ebay really a good idea for batteries?
They are a dealer that gets bulk oem parts from Dell.
Look at the rest of his site.
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