Panasonic CR2032 Batteries - 6 Pack £1.29 @ Argos
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Panasonic CR2032 Batteries - 6 Pack £1.29 @ Argos

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Edited by:"ssc1"Found 30th Aug
Limited stock. Price drop.

Panasonic Lithium coin cell batteries.

Safety instructions: Keep coin-sized button batteries out of sight and out of the reach of children. Coin lithium batteries that can cause serious injury when swallowed.

25 Comments

nice find, always come in handy for my car keys

Very good find considering most places would charge more than this for 1.
Well done OP.

Great deal the same ones Noel edmonds told us cost £7 on cheap cheap cheap the bearded fraudster 🤔

These are delicious, 10/10

Go through lots of these Thanks OP

ikea sell their own brand all the time for around 90p for 6

Thanks for posting - I needed some of these!

Many thx

dogswotsits1 h, 1 m ago

ikea sell their own brand all the time for around 90p for 6


Good price for branded batteries, but now I have an Ikea close by I tend to stock up in there

ikea.com/gb/…56/

95p for 8 and I haven't noticed them to be any worse than branded. I also stock on AA and AAA batteries as they are a good price to IIRC

muckspreader12 h, 13 m ago

Great deal the same ones Noel edmonds told us cost £7 on cheap cheap cheap …Great deal the same ones Noel edmonds told us cost £7 on cheap cheap cheap the bearded fraudster 🤔


I hope you said "No deal" to that.

None in stock anywhere near Aylesbury

Tim20112 h, 32 m ago

I hope you said "No deal" to that.

Too right.£7 where's he getting those stupid prices from?

Good price, thanks OP. Very helpful to remind readers of serious consequences these button cell batteries can cause if swallowed.

I usually get a selection in Home bargains or B&M for £1.

ThePrince2 h, 38 m ago

Good price, thanks OP. Very helpful to remind readers of serious …Good price, thanks OP. Very helpful to remind readers of serious consequences these button cell batteries can cause if swallowed.


I know, right! I got wicked stomach acid the last two times I ate them, didn't know it could've been worse. Thanks for the heads up!

PS I didn't know there was a emoji on here now. Squeeee! It's SO FLUFFY!
(PPS Stonking good deal OP, of course I voted hot.)
Edited by: "jewelie" 30th Aug

On ebay it costs £1.99 with free postage. Why such penny deals get hot here?

jackie_chan8 h, 7 m ago

On ebay it costs £1.99 with free postage. Why such penny deals get hot …On ebay it costs £1.99 with free postage. Why such penny deals get hot here?


Look after the pennies, the pounds will look after themselves. Apparently

£199 reduced to £129 = great deal
£1.99 reduced to £1.29 = great deal

When I took my last car in for service (Kia) they told me the battery on my fob was running low. I asked how much for a new one and was told something in the region of £10. Needless to say I popped into Home Bargains and bought a multi pack for peanuts.

Handy deal as Argos stores are fairly ubiquitous.

dogswotsits20 h, 32 m ago

ikea sell their own brand all the time for around 90p for 6


I have an Ikea 8 pack and found them very sub par compared to the panasonic / energizer ones. Use them in a bluetooth device and Ikea ones were only lasting 2-3 weeks at most, but the others were lasting over 2 months. Maybe just a dodgey batch from Ikea?

xmikebx1 h, 24 m ago

Look after the pennies, the pounds will look after themselves. Apparently …Look after the pennies, the pounds will look after themselves. Apparently £199 reduced to £129 = great deal£1.99 reduced to £1.29 = great deal

And for 70p you will travel 10 miles as this is collection only item and available in few stores!
Edited by: "jackie_chan" 31st Aug

jackie_chan39 m ago

And for 70p you will travel 10 miles as this is collection only item and …And for 70p you will travel 10 miles as this is collection only item and available in few stores!


I know people do some strange things on here but I don't think anyone would travel 10 miles out of their way just to go and pick a packet of batteries up, but saying that...I walk 5 miles a day for nothing, if I could get 35p for doing it I would

I work for a company which buys these in at a higher price than this! Heat.

fiendishlyclever31st Aug

When I took my last car in for service (Kia) they told me the battery on …When I took my last car in for service (Kia) they told me the battery on my fob was running low. I asked how much for a new one and was told something in the region of £10. Needless to say I popped into Home Bargains and bought a multi pack for peanuts. Handy deal as Argos stores are fairly ubiquitous.


Yes but that is like anything that needs changed. It's the way the world goes round.

Window broke in my house. Glazier wanted £80 to fix. I took the frame off & bought the glass for £20.
Garage wanted £50 to supply & fit my brake pads. I bought them for £18 and did it myself.
Gardener wants £20 to mow my lawn. I did it with £2 in petrol.

Duh. If you want someone to do something for you of course there needs to something in it for them.
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