Third party batteries

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wyldberi
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Re: Why take the risk to buy non-brands?
In reply to Digital Shutterbug, 3 months ago

Digital Shutterbug wrote:

Hi Daniel,

I just ordered my new X-T1 and would like to pick up some of these Wasabi batteries for it. Is there a specific model number I should be looking for to be able to work in the X-T1?

Best place to purchase these?

Thanks

Wasabi batteries are available from Amazon or bluenook.com. Either way, they come from Blue Nook. Go to either site and search for NP-W126. They are backordered for another week or so. They are worth the wait. In the past, for about a dollar more than the cost of two batteries you also got a charger in the deal. They don't seem to be making that deal now. You might call Blue Nook (tool free number on their website) and ask if they will still sell that package. The charger is nice, especially for almost free.

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Steve

I recently did a search for the 2-battery/charger package. Eventually I found a page that showed this was out of stock. I think this stock status was the reason I couldn't find the package deal more easily.

BlueNook's currently selling the single batteries, and the charger separately. Buying them this way is more expensive, but the package deal makes them more affordable. You definitely want to get the charger.

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