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Topic: D'lite problem
Message: Posted by: coolleprechaun (Jul 3, 2004 11:57AM)
The battery in my D'lite stopped working today and my local magic shop doesn't carry them anymore, so does anyone know where I can get a new battery?

Thanks

David
Message: Posted by: David Todd (Jul 3, 2004 12:07PM)
Take the old battery to a camera store or a pharmacy that sells hearing aid batteries. Match up the correct size and voltage to replace your old D'Lite battery.
Message: Posted by: Carron (Jul 3, 2004 03:25PM)
I did this and managed to get a smaller battery of the same voltage. I made up a new d'lite with some silicon sealant as usually my thumb is too long for them

Tom
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Jul 3, 2004 06:06PM)
I understand the newer D'lites are brighter and better... so why not just get a whole new set?
Message: Posted by: viktor01 (Jul 4, 2004 05:14AM)
I think d'lites is like flashpaper; consumption goods.
Message: Posted by: JimmyD (Jul 4, 2004 11:55PM)
You have to be kidding. Are you seriously thinking of replacing a battery in your D'lite? Why not buy a set...they are cheap.
Message: Posted by: Brent McLeod (Jul 5, 2004 02:52PM)
The newer D'Lites are definetley brighter as mentioned above by Sir Pete Biro!

Buy a new set as well as a spare set!

The effect is impressive with the new brighter versions -keeping your hands moving seems to leave a brighter trail of light in controlled lighting, setting, etc.

-Brent
Message: Posted by: Dutch (Jul 31, 2004 09:16AM)
You can also send them back to D'lite products and they will replace them. All you have to do is pay shipping around $10 I think.
Message: Posted by: Darko (Aug 2, 2004 12:45PM)
Buy a new set. Recently I bought new ones and compared them with the old set in which I had replaced the batteries. The new ones are much brighter.
Message: Posted by: Jaz (Aug 29, 2004 07:27AM)
In my area Radio Shack had small lithium batteries.

I bought a few of them along with some small LED diodes and had fun trying new ideas.

Just make sure the batteries math the D'Lite ones.

There are now online stores that deal specifically with batteries.

As suggested, a camera store is a good bet.