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[Amazon.ca] Energizer Ultimate Lithium 9V Battery $5.97

Energizer L522BP Energizer Ultimate Lithium 9V Battery x1

not old inventory, I received 2020 made, hopefully works longer/better in the cold for my lock

https://www.amazon.ca/Energizer-Ultimat ... 018N7YZL6/
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engineered wrote: What's the mah of the Energizer to compare?
The energizer has much more mah than the rechargeable one I believe, can't find the exact number. I put the info of rechargeable one here is to provide a choice.
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I would still use these over a rechargeable ones for things like my outdoor lock. Lithium Ions croak in the cold, and they will still lose energy over time faster than the Energizers.
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FYI, these are non-rechargeable battery. It is high power and high/cold temperature battery.

Our longest-lasting 9v battery
Powers your most critical devices—ideal for your smart home devices, outdoor surveillance systems, digital cameras, and handheld games
Holds power up to 10 years in storage for trustworthy backup energy, so you’re always prepared
Performs in extreme temperatures, from -40f to 140° f, for year-round, indoor and outdoor use
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engineered wrote: What's the mah of the Energizer to compare?
About 750mAh.

EBLs are garbage though, they're almost certainly a fraction of 600mAh.
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Looking for AA the cheapest I found is Walmart $17.97 12 pack.
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In for a couple. These batteries are the best.
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warpdrive wrote: I would still use these over a rechargeable ones for things like my outdoor lock. Lithium Ions croak in the cold, and they will still lose energy over time faster than the Energizers.
Yup. Even low self discharge rechargeable batteries would be a bad fit to replace what most 9V's go into. For smoke detectors, thermocouples, multimeters, etc... that draw next to no power and just sit around, a non-rechargable lithium is ideal, and will probably give you a solid 5+ years of occasional use(obviously you're supposed to change your smoke detectors more frequently than that.... but if you didnt, you'd probably still be fine for a few years). With an eneloop, you'd prob. still want to take it out and recharge it every 2 years.
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These would probably last around about 10years in a smoke detector.
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ITT people who don't know what Lithium batteries are for. These are not rechargeable, nor would you use this in the same place you would a rechargeable.

Think extreme temps or extreme long life-low drain applications where a NiMh or Lion battery would be dead 100x over from self-discharge.

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