MAXELL LR44 (AG13) BATTERIES 10 pcs
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- An alkaline battery is a battery that uses manganese dioxide and zinc to create a reaction and it is an economical alternative to silver oxide batteries while still providing high capacity and long usage
- This is a primary cell battery and it is non-rechargeable
- This alkaline button cell battery provides long power life and excellent continuous power sources to your device
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This is a 1.5 volt alkaline button cell battery commonly used in laser pointers watches children books calculators and medical devices. A button cell battery is a small round battery that is 11.6 mm (0.457 inch) in diameter and 5.4mm (0.21 inch) thick. An alkaline battery is a battery that uses manganese dioxide and zinc to create a reaction and it is an economical alternative to silver oxide batteries while still providing high capacity and long usage. This is a primary cell battery and it is non-rechargeable. This alkaline button cell battery provides long power life and excellent continuous power sources to your device. Works effectively in both low and high temperature
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The batteries arrived as a strip of 10 with each pack of two perforated so you can pull off just a pack of two when needed. The only reason I gave four instead of five stars has nothing to do with the battery life - which after over a month of regular use in my game, I have had no issues with - but because the plastic holding the batteries onto the cardboard was already coming off when I first opened the box with my order. I was able to put the loose batteries in a separate container to keep them safe and keep from touching each other. I don't know if that means they were old when they arrived but it was a hassle. Again, I haven't had any issues with the battery life or quality of the batteries so far. And for the price, even if a couple were duds, it would still be worth it.
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When the batteries arrived, I was pleased that they looked new and none of them had gone bad. The batteries are also divided nicely into five two-packs and you can tear off two batteries at a time. I looked everywhere on the batteries and the packaging and there is no expiration date which would be nice to have so I know they will last us awhile. I was happy that the batteries fit well into my son's toy and the toy has been working well ever since.
Overall, I am happy with the purchase and, if anything happens to change my mind, I will update this review. This 10 pack of batteries is a good deal compared to what you can buy in the store, so if you are feeling lucky and want to take a chance like I did, I would recommend purchasing it. I'm hopeful the batteries will last awhile but it's hard to know with no expiration date.
And by the way, LR44 can be deciphered as follows: "L" indicates the chemistry, alkaline in this instance. ("S" means silver oxide.) "R" means "round." "44" is standards-speak for 11.4mm in diameter and 5.2mm in height. The LR44 cell has an amp-hour rating of 150 mA-hr, while the SR44 has an amp-hour rating of 200 mA-hr. In theory, you'll get about 33% more useful life from the SR44 than you will the LR44. Other than that, they should be pretty much interchangeable. The open-circuit battery voltage of each type is very similar, although the SR44 is just a bit higher, but not enough to really affect anything (1.55V vs. 1.50V). Consider the price difference between the two when determining which cell to buy. Remember "silver oxide" contains "silver." If you've followed the price of silver lately, you'll understand why the SR44 cell is so much more expensive than the LR44 cell! I use these cells in my digital calipers and my cooking timer, so "cheap" is what I'm after.
A word to some of those on this site complaining that these batteries don't last long in a child's toy: they do NOT hold a lot of energy, aka "juice." Putting them in a toy with motors or lights draws a lot of power out of them. They aren't designed for that sort of thing. I suspect, but cannot prove, that you had a silver SR44 battery in the toy before and substituted the alkaline LR44. Alkaline batteries like the LR44 have a pretty high "series resistance" to them, making them unsuitable for high-current-drain toys. I'd suggest you try the SR44 if your application is going to power a motorized device.
All in all, MLC's product is exactly as advertised, the cells are all fresh, and at a killer price --- a quarter per cell? How can you go wrong? AND, free shipping. Although since they're CA-based, I had to pay 20¢ in sales tax. Darn!
I will definitely buy these batteries again from MLC Distribution when I need more.
UPDATE 6/30/15: Since I first composed the above, silver prices have taken a pretty deep plunge. A silver-oxide battery SHOULD be cheaper these days, but I can't guarantee it.
Yes. If they're the cheapest option, quit reading and buy them already!
I have used 2 of the 10 in this pack, both worked just fine. I only use them in my digital caliper which is a tool I use a lot. Normally I go through a battery every 2-3 months. Before this I was using a pack of Energizer's, name brand from the now defunct Radio Shack. These Maxell's seem to last about the same amount of time before needing replacement (2 months before the first swap), so on the surface I'd say they're fine.
Now I know 2/10 is a small sample size but who posts a review of a small specialty battery after going through the lion's share of a 10 pack?