Anywhere That Sells Official Batter and AC Adapter?

Discussion in 'PSP - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by mar789, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. mar789
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    mar789 Master Italian

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    I recently bought a in the box PSP for pretty cheap but the battery had expanded and was obviously faulty and the AC Adapter just doesn't work. I still have some AC Adapters but on trying to use them they barely work or just not at all and none of the batteries I had from my old PSPs hold a charge any more.

    I saw play-asia had an official battery for about $50 but I missed my chance there and anyway their AC Adapter was like $100 which is quite a lot.

    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. Death78793

    Death78793 What is this, a first person shooter?

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    I bought one from ebay expecting it to be a knockoff but it's given me from 2-5 hours of gaming (which is what's expected of a PSP-1000's battery life IIRC)
    There's also a seller that has a PSP-2000 in-stock with the extended battery, charger and 16 GB memstick for around $50 which seems too nice to be true, but still plausible (considering most of the items included are most likely either refurbs or used heavily)
     
  3. mar789
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    Somehow I completely forgot about ebay. I'll have to check and see if there is anything on there. Thanks.
     
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    Death78793 What is this, a first person shooter?

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    You're welcome! Be very wary while on ebay, there's lots of knockoffs.
    Here's the one I bought if you're interested: http://www.ebay.com/itm/221812117802?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT
    The item came in a plastic baggy which struck a few doubts for me (gotten lots of fake psp batteries that came in the same type of bag) but it just seems to be that the seller ships used batteries which wasn't an issue for me. He also sells PSP slim batteries but he sells both legitimate and third-party (fake) ones so be sure to check if it's the real deal or not.
     
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    Thanks, I'll have to check that out. Would like to be able to use my PSP.