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Duracell Procell 9 Volt Batteries, Pack of 12 (Packaging may Vary)

long lasting alkaline power cells, Industrial use

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What We Like

  • Made of corrosion-resistant material that protects the equipment from damages
  • Features 9v batteries that offers a long-lasting power
  • Equipped with procell that makes it suitable for industrial use


  • may not be ideal for smoke detectors

About Duracell Procell 9 Volt Batteries, Pack of 12 (Packaging may Vary)

Product description Size:12 Count (Pack of 1) Manufactured specifically for professional and industrial applications, these batteries are among the most dependable, long-lasting alkaline power cells available. Value-priced bulk quantities equate to substantial savings. Secure seal corrosion resistance protects valuable, sensitive equipment.

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We analyzed 55,953 reviews for 88 products in the 9V Batteries category.

We then analyzed 139 reviews for this product. None were recent.

100% of reviews were positive.

Final Score:

7.18 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • Common Questions


    Is the manufaturing date on the bottom of the batteries or the expiration date on the front side?


    The ones I received had a use by date of March 2023 on the side, as ordered in November of last year.


    What is the expiry date on the batteries?


    The box has a label on it that says "Made in China" and each battery has its own label on it.


    Is it possible to use these Procell batteries to replace regular 9volt batteries?


    Yes, they are standard 9volt batteries.


    Does it say how much time it has on the battery?


    The battery can go as high as 600mAh if you use a 5v useable voltage cutoff, and as low as 2ma if you use a 10ma cutoff.


    Is it possible to use these in my smoke detectors?


    I purchased these in late-December of 2015 with a March 2020 use-by date to replace the backup batteries in all 10 of my hardwired First Alert Smoke-Carbon Monoxide (Model 9120B) detectors.

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