Lithium Coin Batteries @ Screwfix - Li2016 15p, Li2025 25p [aka CR2016 and CR2025] - also Alkaline LR44 19p
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Lithium Coin Batteries @ Screwfix - Li2016 15p, Li2025 25p [aka CR2016 and CR2025] - also Alkaline LR44 19p

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Found 12th MarEdited by:"luvsadealdealdeal"
Cheap coin batteries available singly if you only need one or 2
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Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children about, as some children have died after eating them thinking they looked like sweets. bbc.co.uk/new…570
Edited by: "MarkShopper" 12th Mar
MarkShopper38 m ago

Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children …Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children about, as some children have died after eating them thinking they looked like sweets. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-29610570


I can fix this for you.

Unfortunately there are idiots in this world and you just can't account for people being stupid and leaving stuff lying around for their children to swallow. Health and Safety was designed because of idiots, the people that aren't stupid don't need Health and Safety rules as they have something known as common sense. So if you're stupid please don't leave dangerous materials lying around that children can swallow and yes this is a dangerous material if swallowed.
fishmaster2 h, 11 m ago

I can fix this for you.Unfortunately there are idiots in this world and …I can fix this for you.Unfortunately there are idiots in this world and you just can't account for people being stupid and leaving stuff lying around for their children to swallow. Health and Safety was designed because of idiots, the people that aren't stupid don't need Health and Safety rules as they have something known as common sense. So if you're stupid please don't leave dangerous materials lying around that children can swallow and yes this is a dangerous material if swallowed.


I keep mine beside the bleach and caustic soda, in the old toy box the kids don't use anymore.
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Now what is there to lose? Heat from me.
Thanks OP - Just what I needed for my car remote, and my local branch had stock
Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children about, as some children have died after eating them thinking they looked like sweets. bbc.co.uk/new…570
Edited by: "MarkShopper" 12th Mar
MarkShopper38 m ago

Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children …Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children about, as some children have died after eating them thinking they looked like sweets. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-29610570


I can fix this for you.

Unfortunately there are idiots in this world and you just can't account for people being stupid and leaving stuff lying around for their children to swallow. Health and Safety was designed because of idiots, the people that aren't stupid don't need Health and Safety rules as they have something known as common sense. So if you're stupid please don't leave dangerous materials lying around that children can swallow and yes this is a dangerous material if swallowed.
fishmaster2 h, 11 m ago

I can fix this for you.Unfortunately there are idiots in this world and …I can fix this for you.Unfortunately there are idiots in this world and you just can't account for people being stupid and leaving stuff lying around for their children to swallow. Health and Safety was designed because of idiots, the people that aren't stupid don't need Health and Safety rules as they have something known as common sense. So if you're stupid please don't leave dangerous materials lying around that children can swallow and yes this is a dangerous material if swallowed.


I keep mine beside the bleach and caustic soda, in the old toy box the kids don't use anymore.
fishmaster6 h, 58 m ago

I can fix this for you.Unfortunately there are idiots in this world and …I can fix this for you.Unfortunately there are idiots in this world and you just can't account for people being stupid and leaving stuff lying around for their children to swallow. Health and Safety was designed because of idiots, the people that aren't stupid don't need Health and Safety rules as they have something known as common sense. So if you're stupid please don't leave dangerous materials lying around that children can swallow and yes this is a dangerous material if swallowed.



I suppose some people don't realise how dangerous they are though, or give it any thought.
Commonly known as CR2016 and CR2025.
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ssc12 m ago

Commonly known as CR2016 and CR2025.


yep I saw that, might as well add it in if it helps anybody searching
MarkShopper43 m ago

I suppose some people don't realise how dangerous they are though, or give …I suppose some people don't realise how dangerous they are though, or give it any thought.


Well it's a small metal object a child could swallow, how would you define which small metal objects are safe for a child to swallow or not? I'm not sure what other clues are necessary to know that it isn't a great idea to leave a battery lying around which a child could swallow and oh surprisingly it could be dangerous, I would have never guessed. Anyway I probably seem like a sarcastic ass about this, but whilst I'm no scientist I do realise there are very very dumb people about.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 12th Mar
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finnmaccool5 h, 37 m ago

I keep mine beside the bleach and caustic soda, in the old toy box the …I keep mine beside the bleach and caustic soda, in the old toy box the kids don't use anymore.


I hope you store 'odds & sods' leftover amounts of bleach in old lemonade bottles so they don't go to waste
Would these work in the lockers at the gym?
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benslatz4 m ago

Would these work in the lockers at the gym?


it would have to be a pretty naff old lock, but if so, anything close to £1 size should work as they certainly don't have complicated coin meter mechanisms

think more along the lines of supermarket trolleys
fishmaster1 h, 33 m ago

Well it's a small metal object a child could swallow, how would you define …Well it's a small metal object a child could swallow, how would you define which small metal objects are safe for a child to swallow or not? I'm not sure what other clues are necessary to know that it isn't a great idea to leave a battery lying around which a child could swallow and oh surprisingly it could be dangerous, I would have never guessed. Anyway I probably seem like a sarcastic ass about this, but whilst I'm no scientist I do realise there are very very dumb people about.


The article says 2 children died and 5 suffered life-changing injuries just in 18 months just in the Manchester area!
benslatz40 m ago

Would these work in the lockers at the gym?


Possibly. The din would be if they shorted out in the lock mechanism.
Your phone, keys and pants would be gone. The lock would probably blow out a few mins after you locked it.
MarkShopper14 h, 40 m ago

Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children …Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children about, as some children have died after eating them thinking they looked like sweets. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-29610570


Easy solution, raise your kids not to be utter retards
Not bad at all OP. :-)
eset123454 h, 27 m ago

Easy solution, raise your kids not to be utter retards


To be fair most one year olds can’t read the packaging and don’t comprehend ‘eat this and you’ll die’.

Parents have to take responsibility for their children and keep batteries, chemicals etc beyond the reach of children.
eset123458 h, 35 m ago

Easy solution, raise your kids not to be utter retards


^ Living proof that sometimes surviving natural selection is down to luck.
MarkShopper23 h, 44 m ago

Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children …Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children about, as some children have died after eating them thinking they looked like sweets. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-29610570


Natural Selection.
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Norseg25 m ago

Natural Selection.


Not sure Darwin Awards can be earned by a 3 year old darwinawards.com/
Just bought a 2016 from screwfix on Saturday for £1.89 damn
MarkShopper12th Mar

Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children …Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children about, as some children have died after eating them thinking they looked like sweets. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-29610570


I’m with you on this one MarkShopper!

Watching natural selection occur before my very eyes by reading all these clever Darwin comments is awesome!

Oh well at least they can’t say we didn’t warn them....
finnmaccool22 h, 30 m ago

I keep mine beside the bleach and caustic soda, in the old toy box the …I keep mine beside the bleach and caustic soda, in the old toy box the kids don't use anymore.



I keep mine in old cereal boxes, mmm, Lithium Cereal.
eset1234510 h, 42 m ago

Easy solution, raise your kids not to be utter retards



That's easy enough, just teach them about not posting crap to HUKD.
Ordered a couple cheers
Problem with common sense is that its not very common!
Thanks, usually get 30 alkaline cell batteries in different sizes from poundland. This is good if you're after just 1 or 2 of a specific size
Shame there aren't any 2032 at this price, as I need a few.
Hot though, thanks OP.
Just bought 2 of these off of eBay at the weekend... wish I had waited and checked this first! Thanks
1% quidco too!
MarkShopper12th Mar

Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children …Careful of keeping lithium button batteries in stock if you have children about, as some children have died after eating them thinking they looked like sweets. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-29610570


Who on earth has random lithium batteries lying around? This is the issue here. Mine are hidden away with my batteries, agent orange & nuclear warheads.
Edited by: "MrFlux001" 13th Mar
Oneday7719 h, 16 m ago

^ Living proof that sometimes surviving natural selection is down to luck.


awwww, are you triggered, are your children a bit dense? do they chew on batteries?
eset123455 h, 42 m ago

awwww, are you triggered, are your children a bit dense? do they chew on …awwww, are you triggered, are your children a bit dense? do they chew on batteries?


No my kids are really quite bright. They are children and constantly learning.
The key thing is learning.

As you are such a profound expert. If and I will stress the IF, a battery is left within reach. Which is a parenting fail anyway. How exactly to you teach an 18month old child not to swallow a battery?

Billions of parents really do wish to hear your educational insights and teaching methods. Assuming they are as good as you pertain them to be. The world would be a far better place.
MarkShopper12th Mar

The article says 2 children died and 5 suffered life-changing injuries …The article says 2 children died and 5 suffered life-changing injuries just in 18 months just in the Manchester area!


Yes but why do you need an article to tell you that a child swallowing a battery is a bad thing?
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still plenty in stock
Got a few today, seems very good, individually packed, full capacity, much better than the ones i got from poundland, some of which were pretty much dead.

Shows Production Date as 04-2016.
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