Maxell CR1616 Lithium Coin Cell (5 Pack)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 12, 2014
Bought these batteries from "Photoland NY" - the batteries were similar to the picture shown and upon arrival (after testing one battery), they appear to be working. It's four years later (I only used 3 out of the 5), and the two batteries I have left do not work/light up my car's battery remote. As noted in my review of the seller, the batteries did NOT have an expiration date. I can only assume they have expired OR were knockoffs. Caveat emptor!

If you are reading these reviews, I discourage you from purchasing these if storing for use in the future. These may be good for <1 year, would not recommend for anything longer.... I noticed before posting this review, similar people have had the same issues too, so it MAY not be seller's fault, although I can't prove or disprove this.

A quick search online shows that *MOST* batteries should have a shelf life of at least 9 years (most websites quote "10 years")... even if I was being ridiculously conservative, 5 years isn't asking for too much!!! =(
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 6, 2014
Batteries were trash. 2 where DOA and the other 3 only worked for one day. Not sure what happened but these are not good at all
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 13, 2013
Initially shipped wrong item, but my gripe to Rizen was quickly handled, and made right.

When I received CR2032s instead of the CR1616s ordered, there was great gnashing of teeth here. The cheap price made it uneconomical to return for a refund or replacement.

In fury, I left a nastygram. Rizen contacted me and offered to send the correct item by express. He did not even ask for the incorrect item to be returned. And, to top it off, he offered to ship double the amount ordered.

He did, and I am a happy Rizen customer.

Folks, that is how great customer service is done. Thanks Rizen
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on April 11, 2012
I would not buy these again. 4 of 5 were unusable. If the one works long enough, I will not be out all that much, however, 4 bucks and change for 5 batteries seemed like a much better deal than for only one battery. I did buy these two years ago, so I am not asking Amazon or the supplier to take any action. But I have other devices that have used button cells for 5+ years, so I know the cells should not die in two years of storage.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
TOP 1000 REVIEWERon September 21, 2014
I purchased these batteries here on Amazon because the size is sometimes hard to find locally. The biggest issue is that half the batteries lasted less than a couple weeks in the remote for my car. I was finally able to find some Energizer brand 1616's and those work much, MUCH better. If you need something in a pinch I guess these would do, but my experience with them has been pretty bad.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 15, 2010
Spent ten dollars at local store on two, which went dead immediately. Very expensive way to troubleshoot a faulty remote control. Not common enough to be sold at various outlets, so no competitive pressure on prices. These were exactly what I needed and arrived only two days after ordering even with free shipping.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 30, 2015
Good battery for the price. Was looking for Duracell/Engergizer at the local pharmacy and each was around $4. This is almost same price for 5 pieces. Was able to use two and keep the rest for the next refresh as the battery seems to last for few years.. Value pack I must say
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 18, 2014
I went to store to purchase a battery. Just for one battery it was $5.00. Came home looked on Amazon and as usual I found not just one a pkg. of 5 for less than you'd pay for one. The brand is a good brand. Cant beat this deal & that's why I love Amazon
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon October 21, 2010
These work great, and I'm glad that I went with the Maxells compared to some others that I didn't recognize that don't last as long. The only problem I foresee having is that when it's time to replace these, I'm going to have to find where I've stored them!
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on January 14, 2014
I've been struggling on and off for five years to get my Honda key fob to consistently lock and unlock the doors and trunk of my 2008 Accord. I'd push the little buttons and sometimes the little light would go on and open the door and sometimes it wouldn't. I'd take it apart, take out the battery, blow away any dust, and sometimes it would again work for a week or two.

Then I started thinking.

"I wonder if it could be the battery in this fob," I thinks to myself. "Maybe it's worth the $4 or $5 bucks a new one would cost, just to find out." Well, sho-nuff. It didn't cost $4-5 a battery. It cost a couple bucks for five batteries, delivered. Popped one in (didn't even blow away any dust in my lust for door-opening nirvana), put the fob back together and went to bed. Next morning, all full of anticipation, I approached the car as usual, but this time, instead of getting the key ready to poke into the one, single keyhole on the outside of the car, I closed my eyes, paused, and pushed the "unlock door" button on the fob. CLICK!!! The door unlocked, as if summoned to do so by an unnamed deity him (or her-) self.

I tried it again upon exiting the vehicle at work. Once again, the door lock responded to my button push like a trusty dog that knew who bought the dog chow. Again, after work. Pushed the button as I approached the car. CLICK! The lights went on and the door unlocked itself. Aaaahhhhh, I thought, settling into the comfort of the seat. "This is aaalllllll riiiiight."

And so are these batteries. They're aaalllllll riiiiiight.
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