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LOOOOOOONNNGGG Life Battery!
PostedMay 3, 2012
Customer avatarJaxGrampy
When the Energizer bunny says it keeps going and going and going, that's not just a commercial catch phrase. Recently I purchased a twin pack of A23 batteries for a ceiling fan remote control device, only to discover the switch had inadvertantly been turned off, and the original battery was fine! That got me thinking, and I realized that battery had been going and going and going for almost 8 years! That's real value for a battery that cost less than $2, but if it ever does stop working, I've got 2 replacements ready to hop into action!
From:Klamath Falls, Oregon
Age:55-64
Gender:Male
I've used this product for:31+
My primary use is:Personal
I purchase specialty batteries at:Online
I replace my battery:3-4 times per year
 
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What is an acceptable voltage for a new battery out of the pack?

I've bought several dual-packs at Walmarts in the area. Fresh out of the pack they registered around 8.1 volts. My garage door opener fails to function when the voltage reaches around 6 volts. That doesn't leave much battery life. What is an acceptable voltage for a new battery? Why doesn't the dual-pack show a manufacturing or use by date?
I've used that same battery (A23) for my ceiling fan remote control. I don't know why they don't show an expiration date, but I've been using the same battery now for almost 8 years without a hitch, so I'm thinking maybe between the 8.1 and the 6 volt readings you may still have a lot of life left in those batteries.
2 years, 3 months ago
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JaxGrampy
Klamath Falls, Oregon