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Can I build an ebike with these... is it even safe?
Using non-rechargeable batteries probably isn't the most economical. Buy some 18650 cells and have at it.

Edit: didn't find any at 2 stores that said in-stock online (BS and Target's website). Neither on the end caps, checkout, nor in the electronics section. There was a tag for it at the first store, but the second had no signs of any.
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Can I build an ebike with these... is it even safe?
ha if you never intend to recharge your ebike... I suppose anything is possible
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ha if you never intend to recharge your ebike... I suppose anything is possible
Doh, I assumed it was rechargeable.
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Doh, I assumed it was rechargeable.
Same here! I saw Lithium and my brain read Lithium Ion.
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Can I build an ebike with these... is it even safe?
It claims never leak at least.
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It claims never leak at least.
These truly haven't leaked, since moving to Texas a decade ago haven't found a single alkaline except for 9 volts that have not leaked. Lost remotes, mice and almost a front door lock. These are the only batteries I use now because of the others leaking so much
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Great for my battery-powered Nest CO detector. It's a specific use-case but necessary.
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I'm seeing 16.29 on your target link. Is this YMMV or is deal dead?

edit: nevermind see it on brickseek
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I have personally used these for my gaming mouse collection (G305 and razer Orochi V2) due to the lithium batteries being light weight.

I could use one for a few months while gaming with the mouse every day for about 5 hours.
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I'm seeing 16.29 on your target link. Is this YMMV or is deal dead?

edit: nevermind see it on brickseek
In store only price
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These truly haven't leaked, since moving to Texas a decade ago haven't found a single alkaline except for 9 volts that have not leaked. Lost remotes, mice and almost a front door lock. These are the only batteries I use now because of the others leaking so much
Energizer, and I believe Duracell as well, have a leak guarantee program where they'll reimburse you if their alkalines leak. Also, white vinegar on a q-tip does wonders for cleaning alkaline leaks.
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Thanks OP! Have to pick up a bunch for the Blink cameras I just got on the Costco deal.
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