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Is there any way to legally ship batteries overseas?

#1CardigansFanPosted 9/5/2013 7:18:43 AM
I found a battery online for an ancient laptop I got a few months ago, for the first time since I started looking, but the seller is located in the UK and doesn't ship overseas to the US. I have a friend who may be able to ship it from the UK personally, but from what I understand, USPS requires the battery in the product it's destined for - meaning just plain batteries aren't eligible.

Anybody ever ship a battery internationally? I just don't want to go through this hassle and have it held at customs and lose out on what I paid for it plus shipping.
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#2alienated182Posted 9/5/2013 10:20:57 AM
I've bought batteries from other countries (mainly china) and had no issues, I cant see any reason you should either.
#3JockoPosted 9/5/2013 12:30:50 PM
Uhhhhh put the battery in a box and put a note on it explaining that the box is the product it was destined for?
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#4Kosba_2142Posted 9/5/2013 12:32:59 PM
Theres no special declarations that I know of?
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