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Hello all,

here is a small update from Sondors referring the international availability of upgraded batteries and replacement batteries:

Nick Go Sondors Zendesk (Go Sondors)

Aug 5, 21:52 PDT

Unfortunately we are not able to ship either battery to you at this time.
We are working to make the batteries available internationally and will certainly make announcements with our progress.

All the best,

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55 minutes ago, 3D-vice said:

@Lindsey Nguyen Hey Lindsey, welcome to the Sondors Hive! Does this battery here (link) fit into the original Sondors cradle mount? I am looking for a replacement battery wich has the same connector pins as the original Sondors FAT bike battery.

Hi 3D and thank you. Yes that one will fit but I can custom make you a Sondors bottle battery 36v 13.6Ah if you are interested. Please let me know.

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Oh! That sound great! Thanks for your offer.

36V 13.6Ah ist exaclty what I am looking for. However, since buying such a battery is a small investment, I need to wait till February to actually buy one.

Just for information: What would a 36V 13.6Ah Sondors bottle battery cost incl. international delivery?

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On 3/7/2017 at 1:49 AM, Will Grice said:

soooo what was the cost? lol im in Canada and looking at the price of the l3, and after exchange rate, and shipping, duty etc just that battery will cost MORE than i paid for my entire sondors bike :(

Sorry about the slow reply, the forum didn't send me a notification for some reason. To ship to Canada, add another $33 (Paypal) to the total price of battery. I can create a Fedex shipping label with invoice to where you don't have to pay duty tax. Please let me know if you have further questions.

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