Replacement Shark XBATR725 Vacuum Battery (25.2V, 2.0Ah, Li-Ion)
Item #: CS-SHC640VX   |    In Stock

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Replacement Shark XBATR725 Vacuum Battery (25.2V, 2.0Ah, Li-Ion)

Item #: CS-SHC640VX   |  In Stock

Today's Price: $69.95

Price: $69.95

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Product Specifications for Replacement Shark XBATR725 Vacuum Battery (25.2V, 2.0Ah, Li-Ion)

BM Part #: CS-SHC640VX
Voltage: 25.2 Volt
Capacity: 2000 mAh
Type: Li-Ion
Length: 6.78"
Width: 3.79"
Height: 1.76"
Shipping Weight: 1.51Lbs
Warranty: 6 Month

Product Description

This vacuum battery replaces the Shark XBATR725 and is compatible with all the models and batteries listed below. It is made with high quality cells and meets or exceeds the manufacturer's specifications.

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Cross Reference

The Replacement Shark XBATR725 Vacuum Battery (25.2V, 2.0Ah, Li-Ion) has been cross-referenced to be compatible with or replace these OEM part numbers and models:
  • Shark XBATR725

This battery can be used in these models:

  • Shark Cordless Vertex Pro Stick Vacuum
  • Shark IZ300UK
  • Shark IZ300UKT
  • Shark IZ300UKTDB
  • Shark IZ320UK
  • Shark IZ320UKT
  • Shark IZ640H
  • Shark IZ662H

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Shark vacum battery
January 29, 2023
by on January 29, 2023

Had to replace out Shark Vacum batterry. Very hard to find one and impossible to find one made in the USA. So ordered one made in China. Right from the box, works great, but time will tell. I would have paid 50% more for a battery made in the states. We need to produce more in the US even if it means supporting a higher price.

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