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Blue Raven intros replacement batteries for iPod

imageBlue Raven Technology has announced the immediate availability of a complete line of replacement batteries for first- through fifth-generation iPods and iPod mini. The batteries, which are available at retailers such as CompUSA, Micro Center, and Amazon, include detailed instructions and all required tools. In addition, the replacement batteries offer up to 30% more capacity, resulting in longer battery life. “Changing your own iPod batteries is actually quite easy and inexpensive,” said Blue Raven’s President and COO, Glen Kashgegian. “With this new line we are empowering consumers to maintain their own devices to get more value and use out of their investments.” Blue Raven iPod replacement batteries are available now from $30.

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Comments

1

This is a really interesting product. It’d be great if someone knowledgeable about replacing iPod batteries could review each kit in terms of how simpl/comprehensive the instructions are.

Would this be a product the mainstream iPod user could benefit from?

Posted by Multimoog on April 17, 2007 at 1:28 PM (PDT)

2

It’s about damn time!!

Posted by iScott on April 17, 2007 at 1:55 PM (PDT)

3

About damn time for what?  Sonnet’s had an entire line of iPod battery replacement kits out forever for way less than these things.

http://store1.sonnettech.com/index.php?cPath=44_82

Posted by wedge on April 17, 2007 at 3:09 PM (PDT)

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