Replacement battery for select Panasonic Cordless Telephones
Ni-MH, 1.2v, 700mAh
Compatible Phone Types
KX-TG1032/33/34 KX-TG823x Series KX-TG63xx Series KX-TG93xx Series KX-TG43xx Series KX-TG1061/62 KX-TG64xx Series KX-TG74xx Series KX-TH1211/12 KX-TGA101/430/630/641/740/930/935/939
Batteries are terrible and only 30 day warranty
makes for an expensive phone if always replacing batteries
April 6, 2012
No Complaints for Long-lasting Battery
After purchasing our Panasonic phone years ago (can't remember how long ago - maybe 3-4 years?), this is the first time I'm in the market for replacement batteries. My review is on the original panasonic batteries that came with the phone and not on any newer replacements, but the details and the photo seems to be the same. I have found the batteries that need to be replaced now are the ones in which their handsets were usually always on the base/chargers. The batteries in the handsets that we use all the time and are frequently off the chargers are still holding up just fine. My understanding is if one is constantly recharging their phone, the batteries will die quicker. Not sure how accurate that sounds, but that has been my experience. So I suppose I have no complaints about this battery and will see how the new ones do as far as replacing the originals.
March 31, 2012
We bought these 6 weeks ago for our cordless phones and they are terrible - they don't hold a charge, our phones often stop working because they need charging. Very disappointed.
December 10, 2011
Poor Battery Life
These replacement batteries from Panasonic.com are $1 less than the AAA rechargeable batteries from Walmart but I was disappointed that the Panasonic AAA rechargeables lasted less than a year. My dad bought the same Panasonic Phone KX-TG9344 when I told him how I loved mine and his batteries also died out within one year. The phone is great but even for less ,I would not buy the Panasonic rechargeable batteries. Try another brand of rechargeables-I just bought mine, & so far so good, I only hope they last more than 365 days.
November 17, 2011