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pddispatcher

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Will need to order a new battery for my TK-5210 and what to get the best battery for the dollar.

Looking for long life between charges and dependability.

KNB-31A 1700 MAH NI-CD

KNB-32N 2500 MAH NI-MH

KNB-33L 2000 MAH LI-ION

KNB-41NC 2500 MAH - IS

I know there is a KNB-43 Li-Polymer but that requires a different charger right?

Your guidence will help me with my purchase.
 

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Will need to order a new battery for my TK-5210 and what to get the best battery for the dollar.

Looking for long life between charges and dependability.

KNB-31A 1700 MAH NI-CD

KNB-32N 2500 MAH NI-MH

KNB-33L 2000 MAH LI-ION

KNB-41NC 2500 MAH - IS

I know there is a KNB-43 Li-Polymer but that requires a different charger right?

Your guidence will help me with my purchase.
If you have a KSC-32 Charger it will work with a KNB-43 Li-Polymer. Get the KNB43L . I recently got one for my TK2180 since the KNB-32N would no longer hold a charge.
 

Thayne

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Dealer price is almost $100; the most expensive Kenwood battery made :eek:
 

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We sell an aftermarket battery with the same specs as the KNB-43 Lithium Polymer. Ours is $90. We have hundreds of them out there and have yet to have any issues with them.
 
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