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2X Panasonic CR2032 3V for Car Key Fob/Remote plus 10% to charity - £1 Delivered @ eBay / dillh
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2X Panasonic CR2032 3V for Car Key Fob/Remote plus 10% to charity - £1 Delivered @ eBay / dillh

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Posted 16th Feb

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I was looking for a battery as need to replace mine and thought this was such an excellent price/deal I decided to post this for everyone as it's a common item.

Fits most car key fobs but please do check before purchase.
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Cunning-Stunts16/02/2020 21:28

Get back to me when you can form a coherent sentence and some humility, …Get back to me when you can form a coherent sentence and some humility, resorting to name calling with your bellicose demeanour is rather childish, grow up.


You name yourself 'Cunning-Stunts' and tell others they're childish!
Cunning-Stunts16/02/2020 20:30

Posting this deal as I think it is a good idea to keep one in the glove …Posting this deal as I think it is a good idea to keep one in the glove box because it could go at any time and would save a lot of hassle and waiting for one to arrive since it is just a quid. Hopefully is will help some folk


Not the best of ideas keeping a battery for a fob in an environment that temperature changes constantly
Cunning-Stunts16/02/2020 21:10

So the battery in your keyfob goes from house to cold car, car to warm …So the battery in your keyfob goes from house to cold car, car to warm work, work back to cold car, to home, etc constantly changing temp.Did not think your comment through did you. opps.


No actually, unlike you I know what im talking about and not just making it up, I can't belive how stupid your reply was, you dont know the diffrence between, for example, staying out in the freezing cold the majority of the time or going in to that freezing cold for a short time every day.

Putting aside why you dont turn the heating on when your in your car, most of us do so the temprature in our cars goes up and is not cold when we reach our destination.


Back to my point, batteries are supposed to be stored at ( ideally 15°c) or around room temprature and in a dry place, not in a car.

Using a battery while its inside a device thats drawing power from it, say a car key, can be at a range of temperatures depending on battery and device.

There is a diffrence between storage and using.
jsac16/02/2020 21:24

BUT if you think your ignorant comment another way.....,the battery …BUT if you think your ignorant comment another way.....,the battery remains in a freezing vehicle for 6 weeks plus? Suddenly you need it to replace the dead battery in your fob.....oh no!!!Batteries changing variable ie from cold to warm to neutral 8 hour heat and back ..... you are a cunning stunt



Get back to me when you can form a coherent sentence and some humility, resorting to name calling with your bellicose demeanour is rather childish, grow up.
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Posting this deal as I think it is a good idea to keep one in the glove box because it could go at any time and would save a lot of hassle and waiting for one to arrive since it is just a quid.

Hopefully is will help some folk
Bought these a month ago for remote. First battery died last week and neither were branded Panasonic or in the blister packs. Cheap for a reason, short dated and crap
Cunning-Stunts16/02/2020 20:30

Posting this deal as I think it is a good idea to keep one in the glove …Posting this deal as I think it is a good idea to keep one in the glove box because it could go at any time and would save a lot of hassle and waiting for one to arrive since it is just a quid. Hopefully is will help some folk


Not the best of ideas keeping a battery for a fob in an environment that temperature changes constantly
charliecroker196616/02/2020 20:36

Bought these a month ago for remote. First battery died last week and …Bought these a month ago for remote. First battery died last week and neither were branded Panasonic or in the blister packs. Cheap for a reason, short dated and crap



Did you report to ebay for false advertising?
Nearly 8 thousand have sold and I just looked at the feedback, cannot see anything relating to your report.
Perhaps you got from some other seller, sure looks like it.
Edited by: "Cunning-Stunts" 16th Feb
jsac16/02/2020 20:39

Not the best of ideas keeping a battery for a fob in an environment that …Not the best of ideas keeping a battery for a fob in an environment that temperature changes constantly



  • A long shelf life of up to 10 years
  • Reliable even in a wide range of operating temperatures (-20°C to +65°C)
Cunning-Stunts16/02/2020 20:41

A long shelf life of up to 10 yearsReliable even in a wide range of …A long shelf life of up to 10 yearsReliable even in a wide range of operating temperatures (-20°C to +65°C)


Thats operaring temperature, not storage. Both are diffrent.
Cue the "but you can buy a pack of 20 for 2quid on eBay" comments, yes I've done that and they last about two weeks.
Humss16/02/2020 20:49

Thats operaring temperature, not storage. Both are diffrent.



So the battery in your keyfob goes from house to cold car, car to warm work, work back to cold car, to home, etc constantly changing temp.
Did not think your comment through did you. opps.
Edited by: "Cunning-Stunts" 16th Feb
It does appear to be a short use by date on the package. Just looked at the date on mine and it's 2029
Edited by: "royy" 16th Feb
jsac16/02/2020 20:39

Not the best of ideas keeping a battery for a fob in an environment that …Not the best of ideas keeping a battery for a fob in an environment that temperature changes constantly


Report back to me after using them in a Renault Clio fob (FYI A 17 and 19 model - my daughter has one and I the other,....) just saying from experience
Cunning-Stunts16/02/2020 21:10

So the battery in your keyfob goes from house to cold car, car to warm …So the battery in your keyfob goes from house to cold car, car to warm work, work back to cold car, to home, etc constantly changing temp.Did not think your comment through did you. opps.

BUT if you think your ignorant comment another way.....,the battery remains in a freezing vehicle for 6 weeks plus? Suddenly you need it to replace the dead battery in your fob.....oh no!!!
Batteries changing variable ie from cold to warm to neutral 8 hour heat and back ..... you are a cunning stunt
jsac16/02/2020 21:24

BUT if you think your ignorant comment another way.....,the battery …BUT if you think your ignorant comment another way.....,the battery remains in a freezing vehicle for 6 weeks plus? Suddenly you need it to replace the dead battery in your fob.....oh no!!!Batteries changing variable ie from cold to warm to neutral 8 hour heat and back ..... you are a cunning stunt



Get back to me when you can form a coherent sentence and some humility, resorting to name calling with your bellicose demeanour is rather childish, grow up.
Order 5 packs thanks op heat
Cunning-Stunts16/02/2020 21:10

So the battery in your keyfob goes from house to cold car, car to warm …So the battery in your keyfob goes from house to cold car, car to warm work, work back to cold car, to home, etc constantly changing temp.Did not think your comment through did you. opps.


No actually, unlike you I know what im talking about and not just making it up, I can't belive how stupid your reply was, you dont know the diffrence between, for example, staying out in the freezing cold the majority of the time or going in to that freezing cold for a short time every day.

Putting aside why you dont turn the heating on when your in your car, most of us do so the temprature in our cars goes up and is not cold when we reach our destination.


Back to my point, batteries are supposed to be stored at ( ideally 15°c) or around room temprature and in a dry place, not in a car.

Using a battery while its inside a device thats drawing power from it, say a car key, can be at a range of temperatures depending on battery and device.

There is a diffrence between storage and using.
Have some heat op
Are these much better than the stuff in Poundland or are they similar.
Lithium..long shelf life....depending on storage conditions apparently.
Used intermittently in my keyfob the Poundland 8 pack of 2016,2025 and 2032 lithium cells to work well for our family in other products as well.
Poundland 6x thank you
MynameisM16/02/2020 22:06

Are these much better than the stuff in Poundland or are they similar.


Don’t buy the Kodak ones. My keyfob wasn’t working properly so waisted my money

Duracell were cheap on curry’s website so I did click and collect.
Poundland Kodak Xtralife I bought some weeks back 4-2032::2-2025::2-2016. Yellow and black packaging. They perhaps have suffered shrinkflation, to keep it at £1 they might have reduced the battery count. Just looked on Poundland website and there are 8 cells on the card.
Edited by: "trannyboy" 16th Feb
Cunning-Stunts16/02/2020 21:28

Get back to me when you can form a coherent sentence and some humility, …Get back to me when you can form a coherent sentence and some humility, resorting to name calling with your bellicose demeanour is rather childish, grow up.


You name yourself 'Cunning-Stunts' and tell others they're childish!
Cunning-Stunts16/02/2020 20:39

Did you report to ebay for false advertising? Nearly 8 thousand have sold …Did you report to ebay for false advertising? Nearly 8 thousand have sold and I just looked at the feedback, cannot see anything relating to your report.Perhaps you got from some other seller, sure looks like it.



Oooh you are right defensive one going by your comments and special formatting, diaper need changing?, yes i got them from this seller. Got a refund and an apology so no need to leave negative as they resolved the problem after contact without any hassles.
charliecroker196617/02/2020 14:48

Oooh you are right defensive one going by your comments and special …Oooh you are right defensive one going by your comments and special formatting, diaper need changing?, yes i got them from this seller. Got a refund and an apology so no need to leave negative as they resolved the problem after contact without any hassles.



"Diaper"? this is hUKd not hotUSAdeals.

If indeed your item was spurious then you should have left negative, but you are the only one though according to feedback, hard to believe out of 8000+ that have sold, therefore I suggest you may just like upsetting the apple cart where ever you go if the OP is not to your liking for whatever past incidents have occurred regarding your own opprobrium.
Edited by: "Cunning-Stunts" 17th Feb
I love it when people get defensive about their deals
Edited by: "repouk" 17th Feb
These are probably fake anyway.
ebay.co.uk/itm…610

Or an get 5 for extra 19p plus give 11p to your favourite charity yourself and save yourself £1.20
ehsangreat18/02/2020 00:10

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/193283640610Or an get 5 for extra 19p plus give …https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/193283640610Or an get 5 for extra 19p plus give 11p to your favourite charity yourself and save yourself £1.20



Thanks, I ordered this pack.
trex18/02/2020 09:40

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Nah fam, im only baiting out skets innit.
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