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Philips Car AC Power Inverter (70W Continous Power)

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1. Is it safe to use a OEM battery for HP 15-f033wn

2. How long would it take to charge the battery if completely drained using a 70W continous car charger ? Just a rough ball park figure will do.

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My understanding is HP places a top priority on safety to customers, especially when it comes to rechargeable batteries and power supply. The requirements impacting safety for such products are stringent. I persnoally would not recommend going with 3rd party batteries.

 

I am unable to advise on duration of charging with a 70W car charger. But I would want to caution that car batteries have a usage lifespan. Such use case, to charge any products' batteries, could lead to earlier retirement of the car battery. Do consider using this sparingly, unless you have a personal car maintenance routine that includes regular checks on your car battery.

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