Lithium Power, Inc's Revolutionary Lithium Roomba® Replacement Battery Proves to be the Ultimate Solution

Lithium Power, Inc. offers the ultimate solution to resolve all contact issues. The first and only lithium replacement battery is now fully compatible with all Roomba® 500, 600, 700 and 880 series.

Cupertino, CA March 03, 2014


In an innovative technology breakthrough, Lithium Power, Inc. has been offering the first and only lithium battery available for the Roomba® 500, 600, 700 and 880 series. Ever since the release of the lithium replacement battery for iRobot® Roomba®, customers have raved about the much improved operating time. In 2014, Lithium Power, Inc. is setting out to provide users the advantages of lithium technology for many more robotic vacuums.

Improvements Made on Lithium Replacement Battery for Roomba® 500, 600, 700, and 880 Series
Based on customer reviews, there have been rare occasions where compatibility was an issue on some 500 series models. Upon investigation, it was determined that the four contact points on the battery were slightly too small. To address this issue, Lithium Power, Inc. has redesigned the exterior of their battery to enlarge the four contact points. With improved contact between the battery and the Roomba®, Lithium Power, Inc's replacement battery is now fully compatible with all Roomba® 500, 600, 700 and 880 series.

About Lithium Power, Inc.
Lithium Power, Inc. specializes in Lithium technology and offers battery packs as turn-key solutions for specific markets. Aside from improving existing products, Lithium Power is constantly developing new products for various applications such as the Roomba® 400 series, Scooba® and Neato®. In 2014, Lithium Power, Inc. aims to be the industry leader in replacement batteries for all robotic vacuums. Stay tuned to find out what will be available next! For more information about their products, please visit http://lithiumpowerinc.com/.

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