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My smoke detector takes a 9V.
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That's why I haven't made thousands of posts...
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It's a great price for throw away batteries, but I would not recommend putting these batteries in your high-end electronics.
I've had a few Fuji Batteries leak battery acid in the controller that goes to one of my RC Helicopters.
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Seriously, batteries... That is a "Woot-off" item. C'mon guys, you must be getting desperate.
If we have a global warming problem, then I want the inventor of the internet (Al Gore) to walk out into any town in America without a jacket, and then deliver a speech on the topic. What a punter!!!
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Great if you are also running out of batteries for your remote controls
Where did I put my my quill and inkpot?
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A quick Google search shows that you can buy these batteries for the same price from many other sites. Not such a good deal for batteries that are only good for limited things. You'd get 60 of them and you'd need to use them in the next two years. Given that my remotes take about 2 batteries and I've used the same cheap batteries for the past 4 years, I'd need to have 30 remotes that need batteries now to make this work.
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Given what folks are saying about the quality of these batteries, I'm going to pass.
That said, they do actually list milliamp-hours. I wish Duracell, Energizer, and the like would do that.
My colored box^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H qube has turned dark red^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H brown. I don't really need to show off a list of everything I've wooted anymore, do I?