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Topic: Which battery - 3DS base model

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Bathrezz

Hey guys,

I'm looking into reviving my base model 3DS but the battery life has long since been viable. I'm trying to research but I can't find anything concrete that tells me if the improved battery is compatible with the base 3DS (considering the battery was probably designed for the New3DS).

The options on amazon are;
OSTENT 1300mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Battery Pack
https://www.amazon.com.au/OSTENT-Rechargeable-Replacement-Com...

OSTENT 2000mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery
https://www.amazon.com.au/OSTENT-Rechargeable-Lithium-ion-Com...

Ideally I would buy the 2000mAh 3.7V but not sure if compatible. If the answer isn't clear i'll just buy both

Thanks

Bathrezz

Bathrezz

Wow I just looked at reviews for the above batteries! Not good at all and I won't be buying those. If anyone knows, please feel free to answer the question.

Bathrezz

WoomyNNYes

@Bathrezz Nintendo Australia has customer service/support that can help with replacement parts. Although, I see it mentions it's not at full capacity due to covid. I would think sourcing a battery shouldn't be a problem.
https://www.nintendo.com.au/other-nintendo-systems-replacemen...

Nintendo of America, here, has a page for replacement parts. It has a battery for base 3ds, if you wanted to see it exists. https://store.nintendo.com/nintendo-3ds-2ds/replacement-parts...

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Bathrezz

Thanks for reply.

I did send Nintendo AUS an email but waiting 5-10days for a reply kinda sucks, and their website says their shop is closed down and on another page says they are back open *shrugs

I went to my local EBgame (Gamestop) and they told me Nintendo 3DS batteries are only supplied to authentic repair shops, completely unavailable in retail : (

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