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Type that into the search engine
By Mike on March 18, 2015
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As long as it takes AA batteries you should be fine...
By Patrick Pajuelo on July 12, 2017
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Call Batteries plus Bulbs......they will fix you up.
By Roland on January 13, 2017
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175 mAh
By humaid on December 25, 2015
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It's a bit less than a one-shot disposable battery. Something along the lines of 1.3 V for a fully charged cell. In some high-current devices (such as a "hoverpuck" floating toy") I have noticed a very, very small loss in effectiveness. In most other devices there is no difference at all.
By D. Wick on November 21, 2014
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These batteries don't say anything about 9 volts. The Energizer Batteries I purchase have a different label and I am in the process of testing one now. It's mate has held 9 volts since receipt sitting on a shelf. Next week I will see how the other battery is doing.
By Ed L. on February 1, 2013