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The battery was definitely in new/unused condition but I noticed on putting it into the charger it said it was manufactured in Dec. 2014.
I've used it a bit in my 21" SP mower and it seems to be holding up the same as my other batteries, but, still.. I don't know.
1. Would EGO still honour the 3 year battery warranty based on the date of purchase and not the manufacturing date?
2. Do you think I should request a replacement/contact the store about this? They've been good to me so far (made a few purchases from them now)/I don't know if this was intentional, but with limited battery life expectancy I feel pretty uneasy about this.
The mower I purchased this spring came with a 2016 battery which is one thing but this battery is already almost 2 years old. Sure it seems to be holding up now but how about in 3 years? They do charge considerably less than Home Depot but still I did pay full price.
Only thing is it was $20 to ship it here the first time so I don't know their policy on return & replacement shipping costs (if they even allow that).