Energizer 123 Lithium Photo Battery, 12 Batteries, 1-Pack
12 Batteries, Up To 10 Years, 123 Lithium Photo Battery, Long Lasting Performance
What We Like
- Ideal for flashlights, digital cameras, digital flash units, lasers and more
- Hold power for up to 10 years in storage that allows long-lasting usage
- Built-in energizer helps in meeting requirements of high-powered devices
- may arrive with some dead batteries
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We analyzed 120,232 reviews for 425 products in the 3V Batteries category.
We then analyzed 303 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 69% of reviews were positive and about 29% were negative.
8.68 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Energizer 123 Lithium Photo Battery, 12 Batteries, 1-Pack
These batteries are great for our cameras, they are inexpensive, and they last a long time, but I wish they would last a little longer, but I think it is the device that uses the most power, so it is always on.
My system was unreliable because my cameras were draining the batteries in minutes to weeks. So I decided to go back to name brand non rechargable batteries and my whole system is working great.
The package arrived eight days after I ordered them, which was the lower end of the projected delivery date range, but I'm not sure if storage conditions might explain the slightly lower voltage.
These are some of the best electronics I have ever used, and they are very easy to use.
I use these for my alarm sensors and they usually last several years before I need to replace them.
Are they genuine and can they be returned?
It's returnable, but I have found the best batteries on the market.
Is this cr17345?
I know this was asked a few years ago, but the person who said no was not correct.
The prime logo appears in the initial listing, but goes away once in a shopping cart.Are these Amazon prime items or not?
They are very well-equipped to handle prime issues.
Is it possible to use these batteries for ring contact and motion sensors?
I use them in my security system motion sensors, but I can't say anything about ring contact.
What is the expiry date on the batteries?
I'm sure each pack is different, but mine is 2029.