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Creative Vado Battery
Double your fun with a spare battery
Use your Vado Pocket Video Camera for twice as long with a second battery. Simply change out the convenient removable battery for another 2 hours of recording and playback.
Vado battery will not work with the Vado HD.
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7 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Wrong battery....don't buy itMar 05, 2009
By Arthur Martello
As the other person wrote in his review, this is not the correct battery for the Vado being sold. Tio return would cost as much to buy it. Stay away. what a rip off!
9 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Didn't work, wrong sizeFeb 19, 2009
By Harry J. Nicholie
This Product "Crative Labs VF0570AB was the wrong size battery for the Vado Pocket Video Camcorder, even though your ad said this was the correct battery. Therefore, I can't use it and at the cost, is was not worth trying to return, and there were not stores near by that handled this product or the camera.
Not a happy customer. If you can help me, please feel free to do so. [...]
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Vado Battery only works with Vado, NOT HD modelApr 13, 2009
By J. D. Laughead
Accrding to Creative website, This Battery will only work with regular Pocket video Cam, NOT the HD model.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Creative Labs Vado litium-ion batteryFeb 25, 2010
By Just passing through
The Li-ion battery is a good purchase.
However special attention should be paid when buying more than one.
What I mean by this statement is: IF you intend on having more than one battery to swap out and use continuously (or having it as a spare when the one in the camera runs low ) that's fine. BUT.. If you are buying it to have when the old battery dies on you, you need to know about Lithium-ion batteries.
The battery has about a 2 to 3 year life span. What I mean is, as soon as the battery comes off the production line it's life span starts. Most of these batteries do not have a manufacturers date on them (or date they were made).
Thus you could buy a battery that's been sitting on a shelf somewhere for who knows how long. Remember only get an extra battery IF you intend on using it right away.
Don't depend on it working correctly after 2 to 3 years.
Another good idea is not to let the battery go completely dead while using, it is best to keep about a 40% charge on it for full life. Running the battery continuously dead and recharging shortens the battery life.
This goes for ANY Lithium-Ion based battery. Remember they are not like normal batteries you can just leave laying around for years and they will work.
Mislabeled Product NumberJan 07, 2014
By Renee, Virginia
Even though I made sure I had the product number typed in correctly, I was sent in the wrong battery. It doesn't fit my camera. :( We were unable to have a spare battery on our honeymoon - wasted money.
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