|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.8 x 4.2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||KIT-BTR-LPE6-LCH-LPE6-01|
|Batteries||Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Size||2 Batteries + Charger|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
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Wasabi Power Battery (2-Pack) and Charger for Canon LP-E6, LP-E6N and Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 5D Mark III, EOS 5DS, EOS 5DS R, EOS 6D, EOS 7D, EOS 7D Mark II, EOS 60D, EOS 60Da, EOS 70D, XC10
|Price:||$29.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- This Wasabi Power Battery and Charger Kit includes:
- 1) Two (2) Wasabi Power DECODED batteries for LP-E6; each with 7.2V, 2600 mAh, Japanese cells
- 2) One (1) Wasabi Power Mini Rapid A/C Charger for LP-E6 with fold-out plug
- 3) European plug and car adapter
- 4) 3-year manufacturer warranty
|Special Shipping Information: Due to federal and international regulations, this product can only be shipped within the continental United States.
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Batteries replace: Canon LP-E6, LP-E6N
Charger replaces: Canon LC-E6, LC-E6E, CBC-E6.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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Canon EOS 5DS
Canon EOS 5DS R
Canon EOS 6D
Canon EOS 7D
Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Canon EOS 60D
Canon EOS 60Da
Canon EOS 70D
Top Customer Reviews
** UPDATE: 3/15/2012 **
The Wasabi LP-E6 battery is still going strong after 10-15 charge cycles per battery. I stand by my original review.
I was out shooting video on my 5D3 for a commercial and it died after 5 minutes. I had just charged all my batteries (these 2 wasabi ones and my OEM canon one) earlier that afternoon. I took maybe 15 stills with it, then we started using the camera for video recording. After 5 minutes, the camera just started shutting itself off. After a little troubleshooting, I noticed the dead battery light flashing. I didn't understand how that could be as this was a newly recharged battery. So, I pulled it out and used the Canon battery and it lasted perfectly fine for the next 3 hours. A few days later I recharged the wasabi battery and played around with it while sitting at my desk and was able to recreate the issue. I tried completely draining the battery as far as I can before recharging it several times. Hasn't improved. I think I'm giving up on these batteries.
Apparently they don't sell battery reconditioners for lp-e6 batteries so I can't try it on them to see if that would help.
It's too bad. These seemed like such wonderful batteries for the first 9 or so months. I have even recommended them to several people. Guess I have to bite my tongue now.Read more ›
The value is clear, for $32 you get prime shipping, 2 batteries 1 charger and 1 car cigarette lighter adapter for the charger and the foreign plug if you're going to Europe. a canon battery cost just about $58 here on amazon.
I advise doing what I did which was get two of these packages, which gives you 4 batteries and 2 car ready chargers for a few bucks more than one canon battery! I will probably buy more, you can never have too many batteries! It gives you peace of mind, especially shooting video to know that you are covered.
2 batteries in a battery grip on the Canon 7D gave me approx. 3.5hrs of continuous video recording at 1080p. so half that to get how much a single battery will approx. give you.
I have never had any problems but Wasabi Power says it will replace any non working batteries no charge within first 30 days and with only a shipping charge within the first 3 years.Read more ›
But they've gained a reputation amongst my crew. On a long shoot, we're always moving LP-E6 batteries on-and-off the chargers and distributing them to three different shooters. When I get "hit with a Wasabi" I sigh in a small amount of exasperation, because they're not as hardy or as accurate (at life prediction) as my pricier Canons. As such, we usually pre-charge a bunch of Wasabis and toss them in a Ziploc labeled 'charged' before a shoot, and let the Canon batteries, which hold up much better, do the rounds on the charger.
Why? Because the cycle time on these Wasabis isn't great, they don't last terribly long, and they don't give as much assurance of battery life when they are actually charged. STILL, they're cheap, they can be rotated on a bigger shoot, and they do the job.
I'm spoiled because I was forced to buy the Canon battery, and now have two that I can cycle back-and-forth on a day's shoot. For the rest of my crew, the Wasabis will do just fine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are great batteries, high capacity and they communicate power level data with the cameraPublished 1 day ago by Carl Beehler
Well, these are great for being so much less overpriced than the Canon brand, but one of the four I bought just totally crapped out after just a few charges. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Emily
The charger works quite well but the batteries are just ok. Their stamina isn't up to par with the original equipment which forced me to buy two Canon batteries. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Grist
Battery was good at first, than only after a few uses, the life of the battery was greatly reduced. Had to throw it away afterwards. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mark
the base kept coming lose from the charger so I ended up gluing it togetherPublished 4 days ago by photo dude