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Replacement battery for Sony Ericsson HBH-602 bluetooth device

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Hi All

I have a Sony HBH-602 device that works well, unfortunately the battery life is very poor.

I've looked on the Sony website but cannot find any replacement batteries. Is anyone aware if they actually sell them and, if so, where I can purchase one from?

Thanks
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by:Bob Stone
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I have all sorts of battery sites bookmarked and can usually find a battery for any device, except this time. It is either a hard to find item or they don't make them available to the public.

Chargers of all sorts for the HBH-602
http://www.gomadic.com/sony-ericsson-bluetooth-headset-hbh-602-emergency-aa-battery-extender.html
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Near as I can figure the battery is hardwired in. If you are good at desoldering and soldering, and have access to a decent electronics parts store you might be able to get the old one out and put an acceptable replacement in.
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by:Dilan77
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Ok, thanks anyway.

I've searched and searched for a replacement battery for this, but it appears Sony don't sell them seperately.
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