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Philips Laptop Battery

Buying a Philips laptop battery requires a bit of research, but it isn't difficult to find what you need, as long as you know what you're looking for.

Philips is one of the world's biggest brands, and they have a number of widely used laptops and desktop PCs . Laptop Models include the Freevents range, and the Freeline Notebook series, all with a variety of different specs. If you need to replace the battery for your own Philips laptop , you can do so without major expense. Most batteries can be bought used and fitted at home with ease.

Philips Freevents batteries

First, check for your specific model when you search for a replacement battery. Most will be detailed in the main product description, so you may see something like Philips Freevents X54, X58 laptop battery, or Philips Freevent X72 laptop battery. The information here will match the details on your laptop, so you can easily see which one fits your equipment.

Freevents is one of the most popular series by the brand, so you'll see lots of variations under the Philips laptop battery heading, including Philips Freevents X57 batteries, and Philips Freevent 15NB57, QUANTA, SW1, TW3, TW3A, TW3M, and TW5 batteries.

Philips Freeline batteries

You'll find less of a selection of Philips Freeline batteries, simply because the Freeline range is smaller than the Freevents. To shop for the right one for your notebook, check out the model details in exactly the same way. You'll see information just like this in the product description: Philips M62044L Freeline x10.


Always check out the extra text on the returns policy and the warranty before you buy your laptop battery. Reputable companies will security mark their products to ensure quality, and they'll offer a 30-day warranty to cover most things, except accidental or malicious damage.

If you're buying a used battery it's also worth noting the seller's description of the product, whether it's used and tested for example, to make sure you're purchasing an item that's been verified by professionals.

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