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18 Pcs. Keenstone CR123A Lithium batteries for $14.41 w/FS

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CR123A batteries are good for many Z-Wave and Zigbee sensors that require them. Apparently they're also useful for some cameras too.

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​NEW 18 pcs CR-123A CR123 CR123A 123 123A CR17345 Batteries

Features and benefits:
  • Quantity: 18pcs
  • New in the package Lithium Battery - CR123A
  • High power CR123A Lithium Batteries
  • Can be used for many applications: digital cameras, Flashlights, light meters, camcorders, and other electronic devices.
  • Ultra high energy density and lasts 3~5 times longer than ordinary alkaline batteries in high current drain devices like digital cameras.
  • Fast Flash performance with a consistent and very short recycle time.
  • This highly performance CR123A can replace the following models:123, 123A, BR2/3A, CR123, CR123A, CR123R, CR17335, CR17345, DL123A, EL123AP, K123LA, L123A, SF123A, VL123A, 5018LC
  • UL, CE, ROHS certification
  • Warning: Can Not Be Recharged!

Technical Specifications:
  • Voltage: 3V
  • Normal Capacity: 1600 mAh
  • Self-discharge Rate:<1% per Year
  • Max. Constant Current: 1500mA
  • Max Pulse Current: 3000mA
  • Net Weight: 17g
  • Operating Temperature:-40~158
Price: $14.41 after applying code XTVDE7LL

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Most of my zwave and zigbee sensors use the smaller CR2 batteries. Check before you buy!
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Chinese garbage.

Don't take the risk of dead cells, or worse, explosion, especially when using more than one of these in a device.

Surefire CR123As ("SF123A") are fairly priced in bulk, offer great life, and maximum safety. Any other reputable brand, made in USA or Japan, is also fine.
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Chinese garbage.

Don't take the risk of dead cells, or worse, explosion, especially when using more than one of these in a device.

Surefire CR123As ("SF123A") are fairly priced in bulk, offer great life, and maximum safety. Any other reputable brand, made in USA or Japan, is also fine.
Where is Made in America product? I have been listening since January this year.
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Chinese garbage.

Don't take the risk of dead cells, or worse, explosion, especially when using more than one of these in a device.

Surefire CR123As ("SF123A") are fairly priced in bulk, offer great life, and maximum safety. Any other reputable brand, made in USA or Japan, is also fine.
How's the Surefire compared to Tenergy? I've been using the Tenergy and it's decent on my Arlo cams
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Chinese garbage.

Don't take the risk of dead cells, or worse, explosion, especially when using more than one of these in a device.

Surefire CR123As ("SF123A") are fairly priced in bulk, offer great life, and maximum safety. Any other reputable brand, made in USA or Japan, is also fine.
Good advice. I bought some cheap button cells for motion sensors and they die within weeks instead of months of a reputable brand. Would have been cheaper buying reputable in the long run.
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How's the Surefire compared to Tenergy? I've been using the Tenergy and it's decent on my Arlo cams
More Chinese junk, and, Tenergy also issues the warning of "Do Not Use in Arlo Cameras."

They may seem to work OK, but you're risking the warranty, and more, if one of them goes bad.
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Olights , Surefire, Tenergy, I can highly recommend them all. I have used them all in my Arlos and home automation sensors throughout my home without issues. If you look for good sales on some gun sites you can get great deals on Surefires like Primary Arms for example.
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Good advice. I bought some cheap button cells for motion sensors and they die within weeks instead of months of a reputable brand. Would have been cheaper buying reputable in the long run.
Keep in mind that reputable brand batteries bought at Amazon are much more likely to be fakes. I had more success with Tenergy batteries than with "Panasonic" batteries, even with buying from Amazon, not MarketPlace sellers.
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Bought one
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Nicely done detailed testing and comparison of 123A brands at 0.5, 1, and 2 amp draw, with regard to minutes of life, temperature increase, etc. Results are surprising!

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/...-Shoot-Out
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I wonder if these are real people or stock photos? http://keenstone.com/about-us
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chinese garbage.

Don't take the risk of dead cells, or worse, explosion, especially when using more than one of these in a device.

Surefire cr123as ("sf123a") are fairly priced in bulk, offer great life, and maximum safety. Any other reputable brand, made in usa or japan, is also fine.

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I wonder if these are real people or stock photos? http://keenstone.com/about-us
Here's your answer:

https://www.google.com/search?tbs...PrZM&hl=en

Most everything these Chinese con-artists do is FAKE.

How about this fake guy's fake name?

SAM KROMSTAIN

laugh out loud
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Nicely done detailed testing and comparison of 123A brands at 0.5, 1, and 2 amp draw, with regard to minutes of life, temperature increase, etc. Results are surprising!

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/...-Shoot-Out
Link no worky.
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