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Energizer Er-P507 Replaces Panasonic Hhr-P103

3.0 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Technuity
  • Model Number: ER-P507
  • Battery Description: Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
  • Battery Type: NiMh
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

Energizer cordless phone batteries offer the long life and consistently reliable performance you need to get the most out of your cordless phone, thanks to advanced engineering and state-of-the-art manufacturing.Energizer cordless phone batteries meet or exceed original standards at a lower cost.This Energizer ER-P507 nickel-metal hydride cordless phone battery replaces the Panasonic HHR-P103 and HHR-P103A.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4.5 x 3.8 x 1 inches
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces
Manufacturer TECHNUITY
ASIN B0002IYOXY
Item model number ER-P507
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3.0 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,244 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Camera & Photo Accessories > Batteries & Chargers > Batteries > Camera Batteries
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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By PT Cruiser TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 19, 2010
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Buying a battery for a phone shouldn't be as difficult as it is. I have an AT&T model EP5995 cordless phone AT&T EP5995 - 5.8GHz Expandable Cordless Answering System with Dial-In-Base Speakerphone that is just a couple years old (or maybe 3 years?) and the AT&T battery website doesn't even list it anymore. I also looked in all the local stores that would typically carry phone batteries but none of them had the right one. And if they ordered one it would cost a gazillion dollars. (Well, maybe not exactly a gazillion, but enough to pay for a really nice lunch or a not-too-shabby light dinner.) The battery itself doesn't have much information either, just the "Energizer Er-P507". The description here says it's for a Panasonic, so I wasn't sure at first if it was the right one for my AT&T phone. A lot of the pictures of batteries look the same and I already ordered one that wasn't right and butchered the packaging enough that I'm embarrassed to try and send it back. (Why do they make those battery packages people and gorilla proof?)

Anyway, I finally ordered this battery and once it arrived here I saw that it's identical to the one I have that worked fine for a year or more of heavy use before it finally wouldn't hold a charge for longer than 10 minutes. I wish I would have made a note of when I bought the last one. I use the battery in a business phone and I'm on the phone for a good part of the day. I also often forget to put it back in the cradle to recharge.

It was nice to find a battery with Amazon Prime shipping because the old battery was gasping it's last breaths and I actually had to curtail some conversations to make it last.
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This battery also works in VTech i5808 phones and the i5871 base station. Most of the complaints those two units get ("base not found" & "sudden static/call-drop") boil down to dying batteries. I don't know whether they are actually crummy batteries, or if there's a bad charging circuit design, or they simply don't show as discharged in the on-screen indicator. Whatever, I decided not to buy the VTech replacement (perennially "unavailable" from their website anyway!) and chose this Energizer equivalent. They're both 3.6V, 800mAh, NiMH. (As of this writing, these happen to be 20% more expensive.) They worked fine in my phones. I have no opinion as to whether they last longer or whether they die more gracefully, but I doubt it. Heck, they're probably all made in the same factory...
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I have an AT&T EP5962 cordless phone with the EP590-2 (EP5902) handset. The genuine AT&T batteries are genuine crap, and the cheap aftermarket batteries aren't much better. Finding a good, COMPATIBLE replacement battery was next-to impossible and my first purchase ended up to be the wrong size battery.

I decided to go for a brand name and gamble that this battery would fit. IT WORKS!!! I had a call last about an hour and the cute little battery meter on the handset still registered about 80%

Thank You, Energizer!
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My mom has used the same cordless house phone for several years now and the old batteries just couldn't hold a charge anymore. The phone would die after 30 minutes of talk time, some times the handset wouldn't have a connection to the base station, even though you were standing right in front of it.

Mom refused to buy a new phone because the ones on the market now are just too small. A house phone should feel like a house phone, not a cell phone. I bought two of these batteries and every problem has been resolved. Phones don't die and the reception/distance is much better (understandable since the old batteries couldn't provide enough juice to cover the distance).

Mom's happy, kids are happy, what more could you ask for? The price seemed a little high for a phone that's almost 10 years old, but it's a small price to pay for a mother's happiness.
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With so many similar part numbers for AT&T and Vtech phones, it's difficult to be sure you have the right battery. Finally found this is the right one for my EP-590 phone.

This battery does last longer than the oem that came with the phone. Similar batteries are 1/3 the price though, so this seems a bit overpriced.
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The battery arrived fine in time and as stated. The only problem is the battery will not hold a charge longer than a few minutes. The 6 year old battery that I was replacing is better than the new one I received.
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My VTech phone served well for years, but finally the batteries in my two handsets would not hold a charge. I was disconnected in the middle of fairly short conversations. I replaced my batteries with these, and all is once more as it should be. I was mailed new batteries, promptly, and properly packaged. I've had no reason to contact the seller, but will be happy to deal with this vendor again. I recommend both the product and the merchant.
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I did not receive the Energizer Er-P507 above, but instead the Jensen i5871 NiMh , which coincidentally, I had also purchased in a separate order with the intent to compare the two. Thus, the three-star rating is due to the fact that I did not receive what I actually ordered.
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