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4-Pack of Energizer 3V Watch/Electronic Lithium CoinBatteries (2032) for $2.18 (5%) or $1.90 (15%) after clipped $0.50 off coupon through Subscribe & Save checkout, free shipping:

https://www.amazon.com/Energizer-...00D8P5T0U/

Zero mercury Energizer CR2032 batteries offer premium performance in a variety of devices
Holds power for 8 years in storage
Lithium Battery with Child resistant Packaging
Replacement for: 5004LC, BR2032, DL2032, ECR2032, ST-T15
Zero mercury Energizer CR2032 batteries offer premium performance in a variety of devices
Energizer batteries are designed not to leak in devices during their usage and for up to two years after they are left in a device
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do yourself a favor and read the reviews before you buy.
*** Read the amazon reviews on this! Many people reporting bait and switch and partially charged batteries!!! ***

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99 Cent Only Store(s) sell the Sylvania brand of these, three for $0.99
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99 Cent Only Store(s) sell the Sylvania brand of these, three for $0.99
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99 Cent Only Store(s) sell the Sylvania brand of these, three for $0.99
How long does those last compared to energizer? I need it for my car key fob
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Not certain, had my car for over a decade and the fobs have never died
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Unless these royally suck, Ikea's Plattboj batteries are a better deal at $1.99 for 8. See here: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog.../80291156/. Of course, Ikea stores aren't everywhere in the US.
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Not certain, had my car for over a decade and the fobs have never died
Keyless fobs only last 1-2 years and the magnets in my Airpods case are apparently making it more like 2-3 months.
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Keyless fobs only last 1-2 years and the magnets in my Airpods case are apparently making it more like 2-3 months.
depends on what batteries you use and how often you push the buttons, and probably type of fob too. MUCH too general to say they all only last 1-2 years. I remember first time I had to change the batteries (CR1632) in my Camry's fob it was over 5 years (*don't know how old the batteries were that came with it. just based on when I got the car.)
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I need a few 2025 batteries. Any good deals anywhere?
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Keyless fobs only last 1-2 years and the magnets in my Airpods case are apparently making it more like 2-3 months.
Wow, what batteries are you putting in them? My 2009 and 2010 fobs still have the factory batteries in them.

As an aside, know your sources on batteries. Lots of counterfeits out there. I just ordered a bunch of cr2032s from Batteryjunction (and some CR2s). I bought the Duracell 2032s because they are Japanese made, not Chinese or Indonesian.

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FYI, the Logitech Harmony Smart Control uses this battery... In for one. Thanks OP.
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depends on what batteries you use and how often you push the buttons, and probably type of fob too. MUCH too general to say they all only last 1-2 years. I remember first time I had to change the batteries (CR1632) in my Camry's fob it was over 5 years (*don't know how old the batteries were that came with it. just based on when I got the car.)
I think the distinction being made here is between 'key' fobs and 'keyless' fobs. I've noticed that the keyless fobs (i.e. just have to have in my pocket) run batteries down faster than the "only used to open the door, but stick key in ignition to go" type. I suspect there may well be a constant stream of 'are you still there' type of communications going on between the car and the fob in my pocket... not sure, just a theory.
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