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"Panter" XTS impres Batts...

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fozz3d

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Noticed he/she is selling NiCad XTS impres (HNN9031B) batteries with a date code of 948.

Has anyone bought batteries of Panter before?

Being a few years old, probably without a charge for quiet sometime, would I get the full capacity of them if the impres charger does its thing?
 

MattSR

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I believe the warranty period is based on the date code.. so as long as you're happy buying batteries that aren't gauranteed to do anything in particular, I guess its cool.

As for me - I went out of my way to get fresh, genuine Motorola batteries for a good reason :)
 

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Motorola is now offering a three year warranty, n instead of the of the customary year warranty on purchases of Impress batteries. My understanding is that this change took place on July 1, 2012. Food for thought.

73's

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