Energizer EL1CRBP-2 3-Volt Lithium Photo Battery, 2 Count (Pack of 1)
Low Self Discharge Rate, 2 Count, Storage Life, 3 Volt Lithium Photo Battery
What We Like
- Designed for use in photographic devices, calculators, memory backup, pocket pagers and more
- Comes in a low self-discharge rate that makes it long-lasting
- Delivers endurance and reliability in high and low temperature operations
- may be not durable
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 120,232 reviews for 425 products in the 3V Batteries category.
We analyzed a total of 795 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 83% of reviews were positive and about 14% were negative.
9.55 out of 10, based on these 6 factors:
What buyers say about Energizer EL1CRBP-2 3-Volt Lithium Photo Battery, 2 Count (Pack of 1)
When the battery goes, it's the same power delivery as with a regular battery but with a longer period of time.
I have been using these batteries for a motorized dolly and they work well. I think they are fair for the price and the consideration of the brand.
I have lived in my home for 7 years, and this is the first time I have had to replace an appliance, so I assumed it would be a standard 9v battery.
The old battery was not good for the digital timer wall switch, so I replaced it with a new one.
I found it on Amazon in a twin pack for less than half the price of a single battery, and I was happy to find it was dated 12 /29 more than a decade after it was first put on the market.
Do you know how these compare to Duracell DL-CR2?
I have not heard of the Duracell, but I use it in my golf rangefinder.
Is the "expire date" on the packaging a fresh one?
There was no expiration date on the box or batteries when I purchased them in January of 2019.
What is the rating of the batteries?
The 800 ohms is rated at 100 at 21C.
Is the item dimensions correct for a cr2?
The item dimensions in the listing are for the battery package, not the CR2 battery itself.
Does anyone use the battery for a baby monitor?
I am trying to order it for the Snuza as well, and I noticed that everything is the same except the MAh is 800 on this battery and 850 on the Snuza battery.