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Ok, I have a wireless rechargeable headset that uses a

Li-Ion 3.7v 2.3wh 600mah

battery. I've seen a few very similar batteries, Duracell makes a cam battery with 630mah(DR9955). I'm hoping to go 1,000/1,500mah, giving me some more charge(I think?).

I've noticed similar sized batteries for phones, around 1200mah, 3.7v, but 4.4w. My biggest question is, how crucial is wattage to a component like this? Can I swing a 4.4w battery?
 

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Ok, I have a wireless rechargeable headset that uses a

Li-Ion 3.7v 2.3wh 600mah

battery. I've seen a few very similar batteries, Duracell makes a cam battery with 630mah(DR9955). I'm hoping to go 1,000/1,500mah, giving me some more charge(I think?).

I've noticed similar sized batteries for phones, around 1200mah, 3.7v, but 4.4w. My biggest question is, how crucial is wattage to a component like this? Can I swing a 4.4w battery?
Sure,do it all the time. To keep costs down the mfr. provides the cheapest one they can find.
 

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