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Casio NP-20 Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery for the Casio Digital Camera
List Price: $39.95

Our Price: $17.99

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Product Description

Designated extra or replacement battery for CASIO EX series Digital Cameras / Rechargeable lithium-ion design

  • Replacement battery for the Casio EX-S1, M1, S2, M2 cameras
  • Lithium ion chemistry free from memory effect
  • Power: 3.7 volts
  • 630 mAh power rating
  • Great as a backup battery

Customer Reviews:

  • "Replacement" batteries don't fit as well in my camera
    I've tried the Duracell DR9611 in my Casio EX-Z4. They work great, BUT, they don't pop out as designed. Only the Casio NP20 will pop out. I don't want to continue to risk damaging my camera by buying the less expensive "replacement" batteries-I'll stick with the original. Thanks!...more info
  • An easy fix for the NP-20
    My NP 20 gave me the flashing red light of death and I got Casio to replace it. Then I had the same problem with my second NP 20 so I dug around for a way to fix it and I found the following advice on a site called FixYa. It worked instantly and I didn't risk ruining my battery.
    ylu1 writes:
    I had the same problem as this.
    what i did was...
    i kept putting the battery on the charger then took it off as soon as the red light came on.
    i did this about 6 times.
    doing this puts a bit of charge in the battery each time before the charger starts to flash.
    after the battery as got enough charge in it it can start to charge.
    hope this helps....more info
  • Battery needs jump start, instructions here:
    The NP20 that came with my camera worked fine for 6 months. It didn't really get all that much use though. Last time I used it was in Jan.'09 on a ski trip. I charged the battery fully the day before I left, 1/4/09, and then only took 12 pic in 4 days. Since I didn't have a use for it again, I left the battery in the camera as I've always done. When I went to turn it on this time, only a little over a month later: 2/18/09, it was totally dead! I thought this was impossible. But I put it on the charger and left it over night. When I went to get the camera I noticed the charge light was red and blinking, not green, as it should have been. So, I took the camera off the charger and then put it back on again, thinking I didn't make the connection properly. The red light began blinking with in a couple of seconds again. I did this 2 more times, but always got the same result. So I called Casio and got the scoop. Poor quality batteries. They are sending me a new one.

    Then I got on the web to find out what's with this issue and found out this: A blinking RED light means the battery is NOT charging. Don't throw it away and don't send the battery anywhere. Just call Casio and they will send you a replacement.

    The NP20 battery is just garbage, and Casio knows this, which is why they will send you a FREE replacement battery, as long as your camera is still under warranty. However, Casio doesn't have any other type or brand of battery to replace it with because this camera was designed to work only with the NP20 battery style. They can only send you another NP20; but that doesn't mean other brands or 'generic" lithium batteries are any better or worse. Some people are doing fine with off-brand ones while others complain they don't pop-out like the NP20 is supposed to. BTW, my NP20 battery doesn't always pop-out either.

    After I hung up with Casio, I thought maybe I'll return the camera to Costco, where I bought it and get my money back to spend on another camera. But, Costco is a bit of a drive and I'm not going in that direction today. So, I decided that since I need to use the camera today, I would try one of the methods I read about here of hooking up another battery to the NP20 to give it a little "juice", to see if thais would change the charging of the old battery. It took a little work, but seems to be charging now. This is what I did:

    Using a 6" piece of leftover copper speaker wire, I split the plastic some on each end between the wires and peeled them apart about and inch. Then I carefully peeled off some of the plastic coating on each wire end to expose the wires. Next, I wrapped one end of the wires around the posts on a 9V battery and held them down with one hand while I slid the NP20 upto the other end of the wires, making sure to connect the (+) to the (+) and the (-) to the (-) so as not to short out the battery. I held them connected for 30 seconds. Then I put the battery on the charger again. So far, so good. The red light is not blinking. I hope this works! If not, then I guess I won't be using the camera today. ...more info
  • Casio NO-20a Batttery
    Battery a perfect fit to my digital camera and better than the "generic" battery I did get for it earlier....more info
  • camera battery replacement
    casio exilim battery works very well, holds a charge very well and sells at a low price. I'm very satisfied with it....more info
  • High Quality Seller
    The battery arrived in a timely fashion and was brand new fully sealed as promised. Quality seller!...more info
  • watch out buying batteries
    I have one of those dreaded casio batteries. I bought a clone it took about an hour to get the clone battery out of the camera. I tried the connection of batteries to the casio battery and it worked like a charm. If you got a flasher that is a good fix...more info
  • excelent performance
    Thanks god i just bought an original battery and not a general replacement. With my old battery, my camera begun to work wrong, i thought it was my camera but it was my battery, i just realized that was the problem when i put the new one. Just working perfect. Excelent purchase...more info
  • NP 20 lithium battery
    this was a total waste of time. I bought the battery to replace one which had was dead and the new one was just as dead as the old one,. I was ripped off because the battery sent was dead. I checked the charge with a reading monitor and after it was charged it was dead as a door knob. Be careful about someone offering you a battery because probably the only reason they are selling it is because it was dead.
    One star rating only because I could not do zero stars.
    WAS RIPPED OFF...more info
  • Just what I needed
    This battery was perfect and shipped to me in great timing. The old one stopped working because my case had a magnet on it so a new one was much needed! I bought it from a different seller and paid like 10 for it...great deal! ...more info
  • My camera works again.
    the original battery that came with my camera crapped out on me. When I went to charge it, the light indicator on the battery charger just blinked and I couldn't get my camera to work after "charging the battery" for 24 hours. I read this is a known problem with this camera battery, so I bought a replacement battery and my camera works again....more info
    The product itself is good in that its lightweight, small and compact and is rechargeable. Not to mention is recharges fairly quickly and lasts quite a while. However, its not a good product in how the battery dies after a few weeks of inactivity and you have to buy a replacement. not everyone will have a need to use a camera every week... they should have a longer period of inactivity before dying. However, at least the batteries are fairly cheap when purchased online....more info