Replacing your laptop battery with a third-party option can be a great way to save money, but it can also come with some risks. Low-quality cells, poorly designed cases, and circuits that don't prevent overcharging can all lead to a dangerous situation. In the past 20 years, I have never used anything other than a third-party battery, and even Dell's own batteries are often produced in the same factories. I had an HP laptop and bought a third-party battery with a 3-year warranty at a fair price.
The specific price of the HP battery was a scam. I had that battery until the computer broke down because of broken hinges and I never had any issues with it. Unfortunately, sometimes the only spare batteries available are total garbage. Recently, Louis Rossmann (YouTube) burned his bicycle with an Ali Express battery and today he talks to us about what happens when the batteries of a laptop leave you speechless.
Most lithium-ion batteries for laptops are made in China, and the cells are manufactured in China or other countries. I have bought at least 20 laptop batteries on eBay in the past few years and have never had any problems.It is important to be aware of the risks associated with using third-party replacement laptop batteries. While they can be a great way to save money, it is important to make sure that you are buying from a reputable source and that you are aware of any potential safety issues.