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Energizer Zero Mercury Alkaline Batteries A23

Zero Mercury Alkaline Batteries

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What We Like

  • Superior quality battery ensures durability
  • Affordable than other listed products
  • Noteworthy materials makes it ideal for continuous usage


  • Ordinary power output quality

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About Energizer Zero Mercury Alkaline Batteries A23

Product description Energizer A23 Specialty Batteries deliver dependable power for all your gadgets. Whether it's for your Bluetooth headsets, game controllers, cameras, or medical devices, you'll be confident in making the right A23 Miniature Alkaline Battery choice with Energizer.

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We analyzed 82,018 reviews for 373 products in the 12V Batteries category.

We then analyzed 747 reviews for this product. None were recent.

Around 91% of reviews were positive and about 7% were negative.

Final Score:

9.76 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Energizer Zero Mercury Alkaline Batteries A23

    I am glad I found this type of battery because it saves me time and money and I can take care of both my wife's remotes at the same time.

    They haven't exploded in the two weeks they've been sitting in my cupboard, I think NOT exploding is a very positive sign, since these were the most expensive option for replacements on Amazon.

    I was happy that my batteries were returned without any extra cost to me, because they arrived in 3 days and work perfectly.

    Energizer batteries are good for long past their best before date, even though the battery's stale date is March 2016 and may appear dated, but it has been my experience that Energizer batteries are good for long past their best before date.

    If you buy this specific battery and open it up to reveal ten 1.5V button cell batteries, you can save a bundle of money and there is no danger of battery acid burns.

    Common Questions


    The description says "(9/0.2count)" when the cost is $3.48 for two.


    It's obvious, it's $0.29 per watt.


    What is the difference between a 23A battery and an A23 battery?


    The only differences between the aliens in the front and the ones in the back are the batteries.


    The date on the battery tells you when it is good to use.


    There is not a good through date on the package or on the batteries but on the back of the package in the bottom left corner it does have the year, that I am assuming it was manufactured.


    Are the batteries 12 volts or 12 volts together?


    The batteries are each charged at 12volts.


    Will this be the replacement for the L1028f battery?


    Energizer should be able to answer your question.

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