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Energizer CR2032 3 Volt Lithium Coin Battery 10 Pack (2x5 Pack) In Original Packaging
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This is a review of Energizer CR2032 3V Lithium Coin Battery 10 Pack (2 packs of 5). I purchased these from the seller "The Perfect Deals."
Many people, including myself, are wondering why there is no expiration, or more accurately a "Best if used by" date on these battery packs. After several emails to the Energizer company, I have learned that these 5 battery strips are not meant for retail sale. They are made and marketed to institutional buyers. As such, these don't have a conventional BIUB (best if used by) date on them. Rather, they have a two digit code that does not resemble a date and that is in fact the expiration date. I was also told by Energizer that these should have a shelf life of 10 years.
I have uploaded a photo showing what is supposed to be the BIUB code. It looks like "AC" in the right hand corners of each blister pack.
You can also see that the copyright date is 2016. So an assumption... the batteries might be good up until 2026 (which is kind of hard to believe) since Energizer told me they should have a shelf life of 10 years. Again, this speculation on my part. I have no idea what the "AC" translates too.
So although I am not exactly pleased that this seller is selling at retail a product that is not supposed to be sold individually at retail, according to Energizer, they are significantly less expensive than buying the typical retail 1 or 2 packs that you see in stores.
I measured the voltage in each of the 5 cells in one of the strips. 4 of the 5 had voltages slightly over 3 volts, That's the good news. The bad news is that one of the cells measured slightly less than 3 volts.
In spite of the lower voltage of one of the cells, these are still a pretty good deal. You do have to make sure you are buying them from a reliable seller with a good track record or you could end up with either a counterfeit battery, or a much older battery.
The manufacture shelf life from 2012 exceeds these being considered New and therefore are at least 60 percent passed their life expectancy.. You can expect a 20 percent life lost annually on Lithium batteries.