I bought package of 4 AA Energizer Lithium Ultimate batteries
the other day on eBay. Exp. date was like 2025. First time trying
Ultimate model. I always used Lithium batteries in my weather station
outdoor. Usually lasts way more than a year but this ones failed in two
weeks. I could hardly measured voltages when I took them out. First
thought was they must be fake ones (maybe from China). Back with
advanced model. Interesting to note from CR, they rated advanced ones
ahead of ultimate ones which costs few bucks more per package.
I have faced the similar problem, my AAA energizer batteries leaked after l
ess than two months of usage in wireless keyboard (Exp date of battery till
2020 as stated on battery). The batteries were made in Singapore as stated
on the battery. May i know how to indentify is the battery real or counter
feit? I bought the battery from one of the renowned Hyperstore in Singapore
which i think it is unlikely for them to sell counterfeited batteries.
On Fri, 7 Jul 2017 09:15:41 -0700 (PDT), firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
You pays your money and you takes your chances. - Unless you are IN
Singapore, why buy in Singapore?
Even the Kirkland brand batteries sold in Canada are "assemled in USA"
So are the Energizer "D" cells I buy here in Canada.
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