Jasco Introduces GE-Brand Battery

By Staff On Sep 26 2005 - 6:00am




Although batteries continue to trend toward nickel metal-hydride (NiMH) cells, the majority of phone battery inventory remains nickel cadmium, with cost the primary reason, backed by consumer satisfaction with performance.

To that end, Jasco Products is introducing its GE-brand TL26420 model battery, the sixth introduced over the past two to three years specifically as a replacement for Panasonic phones. Demand has really taken off, according to Jasco.

The TL26420 is a replacement for Panasonic OEM battery HHR-P105, and is a 2.4-volt, 910mAh NiMH cell.

Suggested retail for the 2.4GHz Panasonic cordless phone TL26420 is $14.99.

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