12 x Panasonic CR2032 Lithium 3v Batteries £2.54 works out @ Just over 21p a battery @ Amazon Marketplace (Premier Life Store)
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12 x Panasonic CR2032 Lithium 3v Batteries £2.54 works out @ Just over 21p a battery @ Amazon Marketplace (Premier Life Store)

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Found 29th Jan 2012
12 X Panasonic CR2032 Lithium Cell 3V Battery Batteries. Only £2.54 which is just over 21p a battery.

Sold by Premier Life Store - See Buying choices on right side of link and add to basket from Premier Life. Great time to stock up on these batteries. I have used mine in various gadgets (Watch, Electronic Scales and car alarm fob).

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These brand new CR2032 button batteries are Panasonic branded.
Quantity: 12
Packaging: Card of 12
This type of battery is also known as DL2032, BR2032, KL2032, L2032, ECR2032, 5004LC, E-CR2032, KCR2032, KECR2032 & SB-T15.
Operating voltage: DC 3V
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For anyone that only requires 2 of these batteries see the following link for the best deal 2 @ 55p delivered from same seller (Premier Life @ Amazon).

hotukdeals.com/dea…945

Enjoy,
Steve.
Tis a good price.
****, I just paid £3.08 for my 12 panasonic 2032's from fleabay. I was ripped off.
guv

I just bought 100 for £9.99



Where?.
Ellis456

Where?.



Oh dear.
Magic, these are the batteries for my wife's kindle light! Thanks!
rickj

Oh dear.



How is it a joke when you can get 100 CR2032's for £13.99?, so 100 for 9.99 is possible.

ebay.co.uk/itm…D54 (copy link into browser, hukd wont allow to link)

Oh dear rickj .

Edited by: "Ellis456" 29th Jan 2012
i bought 2 for 4 quid in Sainsburys... THAT's a rip off
Same ones are sold in the local £1 shop - cold
Thx i was discussing where i could some cheap ones this afternoon...Karma!
These are fake as ****. Put them in something that actually requires a bit of power like my heart rate monitor and they last maybe a day or two before the battery indicator starts flashing. I got so sick of buying these cheap ass cr2032 batteries that I paid 4 quid for some duracell ones in Tesco, they lasted 1 year!
Katf84

Same ones are sold in the local £1 shop - cold


Right....which pound shop? This Brand? Really.....?
Katf84

Same ones are sold in the local £1 shop - cold


Maybe its time to post a deal yourself?
londonstinks

These are fake as ****. Put them in something that actually requires a … These are fake as ****. Put them in something that actually requires a bit of power like my heart rate monitor and they last maybe a day or two before the battery indicator starts flashing. I got so sick of buying these cheap ass cr2032 batteries that I paid 4 quid for some duracell ones in Tesco, they lasted 1 year!


Did you actually buy these very ones or are you just whining that you were taken for a mug somewhere else?
bought these previously - no problem with them
patg2005

Did you actually buy these very ones or are you just whining that you … Did you actually buy these very ones or are you just whining that you were taken for a mug somewhere else?



I bought a pack of 12 'Panasonic' CR2032's from a previous Amazon seller deal on here. I've tried 3 of them in my Yale alarm sensors and the low battery indicator comes on immediately.
Can't say for sure that these will be the same, but I'm sticking to reputable sellers from now on.
99p shop sells these too
The reviews on Amazon are pretty good.
Not sure I'd risk it for a heart rate monitor but for toys and watches and stuff they should do the trick.


Just thought that the heart rate monitor is probably for the gym and not to keep him alive!! I'm a thick ****.


Edited by: "r1mmm3r" 30th Jan 2012
zegermans

I bought a pack of 12 'Panasonic' CR2032's from a previous Amazon seller … I bought a pack of 12 'Panasonic' CR2032's from a previous Amazon seller deal on here. I've tried 3 of them in my Yale alarm sensors and the low battery indicator comes on immediately. Can't say for sure that these will be the same, but I'm sticking to reputable sellers from now on.



I dunno about these particular type of batteries, but anytime I've bought or been given Panasonic ones in the past (aa's and aaa's mostly, which I appreciate are a lot different) they have been the most atrocious batteries I've ever used. I'm talking running out before I've finished a single shave with a beard trimmer, lasting less than a week in a remote etc etc. And this is every single time I've had the misfortune to use them, from different retailers where I've been given them at the counter and I haven't checked the brand or been given them by someone else.

I would only ever suggest to anyone to avoid Panasonic batteries like the plague.

I would even go as far as to say the ones mentioned by you guys probably weren't fake. If they were they probably would have been considerably better quality.
"I would only ever suggest to anyone to avoid Panasonic batteries like the plague."

I don't think this is true as such; I think it should be the rather useless "I would only ever suggest to anyone to avoid FAKE batteries like the plague". Useless because you can't tell the difference. I've had very poor results from a Panasonic-branded CR2032 and possibly other sizes, but I'm virtually certain it's because they were fake. My battery-buying nowadays is, as far as possible, from trade suppliers such as Farnell, RS, CPC (cheaper per battery than shops, but £20 minimum order). I tend to buy makes I know are good, but not widely known, e.g., GP, particularly if not from a reputable supplier (e.g., one needed urgently), hoping that less-known brands are less likely to be counterfeit. Farnell sell Multicomp CR2032, which I think are OK (not used any for full life yet) at about half the price of (genuine!) Panasonic. Duracell alkaline battery ads saying "last six times longer" are misleading - the small print says "than non-alkalines" (any alkaline will last 6 times longer).

Looking at this offer in particular, Farnell sell Panasonic batteries at £1.40 incl VAT (trade price) each in quantities of 10+, so £0.21 is either a VERY good price or ???
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