|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.8 x 4.3 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||KIT-BTR-NPW126-LCH-NPW126-01|
|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 Fujifilm NP-W126 and Fuji FinePix HS30EXR, HS33EXR, HS50EXR, X-A1, X-E1, X-E2, X-M1, X-Pro1, X-T1
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- This Wasabi Power kit includes 2 batteries and 1 charger for the Fuji NP-W126
- Each Wasabi Power battery for the Fuji NP-W126 features Japanese cells, 7.2V, 1400mAh
- Mini rapid A/C charger features a fold-out US plug, 110-240V input voltage, car charging adapter, and European plug
- Batteries and chargers are fully compatible with the Fuji original battery and charger
- All items include a 3-year manufacturer warranty
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The Wasabi Power NPW126 battery and charger kit includes 2 batteries and one charger with a European plug and car adapter. All items meet or exceed OEM standards and come with a 3-year manufacturer warranty.
Batteries replace Fuji NP-W126
Charger replaces Fuji BC-W126
Compatible with the following Fuji models:
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Each of the Wasabi batteries I received showed about 75% of the capacity of the brand new NP-W126 shipped with my Fuji camera. So they won't power my camera as long as the OEM battery, but I've got two extra batteries, each of which lasts a good amount of time for about half the best price I can find on the OEM battery.
Neither of the batteries I received came close to the 1400 mAh rating printed on their labels. Their capacity should improve somewhat after several discharge/charge cycles, but I don't envision them meeting even the Fuji 1260 mAh rating.
It would be nice to see a data sheet on the batteries to be clear about what kind of safety protections they include, without having to tear apart the battery packaging. Over-voltage, under-voltage, and thermal protections are what you want to see with lithium batteries.
I'm still contemplating this: the front label of the Wasabi says 'premium cells from Japan'. The rear label says 'Made in China'.
Two batteries that will run my camera a good while for about $26 seems a great bargain to me. The charger and cigarette lighter adapter included with the order are a nice bonus as others have observed and commented upon.
Testing - I discharged the Wasabi and Fuji batteries to 6 volts then recharged them at a 1 amp setting to 8.2 volts using a B6AC SkyCharger. The first Wasabi peaked in about 102 minutes taking 791 mA. The second Wasabi had results similar to the first. The Fuji peaked in about 98 minutes taking 1076 mA. This test shows the relative capacities of new batteries (Wasabi and Fuji) discharged and charged in the same fashion close to their limits. But it does not reflect their absolute capacities. A slightly deeper discharge and a slower charge rate would show more capacity. Also, the capacity of new lithium batteries improves somewhat after several discharge/charge cycles.
Today, in an emergency, I took it out of my center console and tried to use it only to find it no longer works. I thought it was the car cord, but after bringing it into the house and charging it overnight from a wall plug, it still doesn't charge. It DOES light up green like it is charging, but the battery itself hasn't charged. So BEWARE.
Well, after a year of usage, these batteries start to "bulge" (google Wasabi battery bulge and you will see I am not alone). That is to say, they become slight swollen so when you release the batteries, they don't "pop" out like the OEM battery (which came with my Fuji X-T1, and bought at the same time I got the Wasabi ones as backup), or like when I first got them. Instead, they seem to be just "stuck" in the battery compartment and I had to use my finger nails to "dig"/pull them out by force, which is not easy.
So, yeah, you get what you pay for. For this price I think it's still a good buy, but I am downgrading the rating to 3. Just use them for a year, recycle them, and buy a new set, although I wish they would just sell the batteries without a charger and lower the price further, given that the life expectancy is just one year.
Pretty decent, but the plug on the charger was a bit loose. I was afraid it might snap soon so we will see. I haven't compared the battery life between this and the OEM battery, but it seems they are on par. It charges slower than the OEM charger, but much more convenient.