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24-Pack Insignia CR2032 or CR2025 Batteries EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 24-Pack Insignia CR2032 or CR2025 Batteries on sale for $7.19. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35. Thanks Loudog504
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These batteries are compatible with a wide variety of household electronics.

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Lithium CR2032/ CR2025 batteries

Mainly use mine of optics and random small remotes electronics.

"Supply reliable power to a wide variety of household electronics.

24-pack
Provides a steady supply for your household electronics."

Cr2032
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...Id=4971907

Cr2025
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...Id=4971905
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I've bought generic (some listed as Sony, Sanyo, yeah right) button batteries on both ebay and amazon, and they're usually worthless. Yeah, you get a lot, but you frequently end up with duds--and the good oens, I'd estimate they last about 1/3 as long as name brand versions, if that. Maybe I've just had bad luck--really bad luck--despite reading reviews before buying.
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Wow, this discount battery post really brought out the crazy.
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Do not Mix dead disposable lithium batteries with full ones

The full one will charge the dead one until it explodes in a sealed device like a Flashlight it will become a pipe bomb and the gas that is released contains hydrofluoric acid which sucks the calcium out of your cells and stops your heart instantly

More than one CPF member have ended up in to the hospital
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The CR2032s were a Best Buy Deal of the Day at $9.99 last week. I was upset I missed that as I needed several to replace in home security sensors. Now I feel better.
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How are these better than generic branded ones on ebay that cost less?
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How are these better than generic branded ones on ebay that cost less?
I've bought generic (some listed as Sony, Sanyo, yeah right) button batteries on both ebay and amazon, and they're usually worthless. Yeah, you get a lot, but you frequently end up with duds--and the good oens, I'd estimate they last about 1/3 as long as name brand versions, if that. Maybe I've just had bad luck--really bad luck--despite reading reviews before buying.
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C and D and afew others are also decent prices.
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Do not Mix dead disposable lithium batteries with full ones

The full one will charge the dead one until it explodes in a sealed device like a Flashlight it will become a pipe bomb and the gas that is released contains hydrofluoric acid which sucks the calcium out of your cells and stops your heart instantly

More than one CPF member have ended up in to the hospital
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Any way to get free shipping?
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I've bought generic (some listed as Sony, Sanyo, yeah right) button batteries on both ebay and amazon, and they're usually worthless. Yeah, you get a lot, but you frequently end up with duds--and the good oens, I'd estimate they last about 1/3 as long as name brand versions, if that. Maybe I've just had bad luck--really bad luck--despite reading reviews before buying.
I have had the exact same experience.
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I have had the exact same experience.
Yup. I have bought cheap Duracell packs from Amazon and they must just be old because I put them into my ecobee remote sensors and it immediately gives low battery warnings.
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I've bought generic (some listed as Sony, Sanyo, yeah right) button batteries on both ebay and amazon, and they're usually worthless. Yeah, you get a lot, but you frequently end up with duds--and the good oens, I'd estimate they last about 1/3 as long as name brand versions, if that. Maybe I've just had bad luck--really bad luck--despite reading reviews before buying.
Agree with this response.
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Do you want the actual scientific how? Or was it a rhetorical question and you're just telling us that you don't believe there's any difference in the material components of batteries and that you're smarter than everyone who spends more for "better" ones?
Not rhetorical. Insignia isn't a battery manufacturer, so they're just rebranded batteries. Are they manufactured by one of the majors or are they just chinese generics?
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The good thing is that they'd be easy to return, based on some of the bestbuy reviews.
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Not rhetorical. Insignia isn't a battery manufacturer, so they're just rebranded batteries. Are they manufactured by one of the majors or are they just chinese generics?
I've taken a voltmeter to these 2032's, and they were reading pretty much exactly what was listed. No duds. The readings I got from ACTUAL generics (amazon-sold button batteries) left me disgusted.

Worth noting that I picked mine up a good year+ ago--they've gone on sale for $5 a few times in the past. This isn't a bad price though.
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