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Energizer CR2032 Lithium Battery - 2 Pack $2.94 @ Bunnings

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Needed some 2032 button batteries and was in bunnings and the orange tag was up so on special again , so they are price matching someone (don't know who),
managed to get 2 packets, but they are expecting more, and as it's on their web site it should me most stores, I'm in Melbourne.

I like Energizers as they have a best by date on them which many other batteries don't, and I like getting them from bunnings as opposed to Ebay as I know they are fresh due to turnover when on special, and comming from Eveready Australia …Ebay has sometime dealt me old stock or it has come from overseas possibly dubious origin.

they also have the 4 pack but not much extra saving

https://www.bunnings.com.au/energizer-cr2032-lithium-battery...
https://www.bunnings.com.au/energizer-cr2032-lithium-battery...

If anybody knows who they are price matching, would be interesting to know.

Paint department looks after the battery section, so if none left on shelf, ask them.

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  • +11 votes

    I Think they are price matching Amcal again.

  • +1 vote

    price beat at ow

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    is this the same as lr44 batteries?

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    2025's as well, but not 2016's

  • +1 vote

    I normally use 2032 to the 2025 as they sit snug and works most of the time. I use it for the car key fob

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      Yup, I do the same. 2025s just don't last as long (less than a year in my experience) if you have a car fob that 'talks a lot' with the car so snug 2032s are the way to go.

    • +3 votes

      IKEA's ones are great for led lights and other uses where if they are left on they can be cheaply replaced. I've found the energizers last longer in car remotes though and other low drain devices.

    • +4 votes

      Based on my own experience and usage, an Energizer ones lasts maybe 10-15 times longer than an IKEA one.

  • +1 vote

    Dammit just paid full price for these.

  • +28 votes

    For anyone that's curious the '20' part is the diameter in mm and the '32' is the thickness in mm * 0.1, i.e 3.2mm.

    2025 = 20mm across, 2.5mm thick
    1616 = 16mm across, 1.6mm thick

    etc.

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      Yeah, same with Li-ion batteries. 18650 = 18mm diameter, 650mm length.

      • +5 votes

        Might want to double check that, hell of a long battery

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          hah, yeah, oops. Bet it would have great battery life though. 18mm diameter and 65mm length. Not sure why there a zero on the end of Li-ion batteries.

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    Don't need these but might grab a few for the kids.

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    Purchased like 5 for $1..few weeks ago on ebay

  • +1 vote

    Or just buy on eBay

    Button. Batteries usually about 5 for a buck

    • +6 votes

      Won't be the same. Energiser ones lasted forever in my kitchen scale while aldi ones just lasted a few months

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        Easier to not buy things that take button batteries

        Kitchen scale aaa batteries prob 5 years now

        A few things I have that use button batteries

        Car remote lasts a few years despite heavy daily use
        Car wheel air pressure sensors , a year plus
        Garmin vivofit on the wrist 18 months

        All using eBay button batteries

        Bought 10 the other day for $1.80

    • +2 votes

      I find most ebay ones are probably either fakes or near expiry. I prefer to buy from Kogan nowadays (ten 2032s for five dollars) but again, probably doesnt last as long as the energizers

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    Need to grab 5 packs for some LED road flares. Thanks! Bunnings tomorrow.

    • +1 vote

      if bunnings don't have any in stock, because it's published bricks n mortar price (not online only price) , you can price match at OW or Chemist Warehouse, as Bunnings are matching Amcal ….

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    I wish I'd seen this in Bunnings a few days ago.

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    Thanks OP, perfectly timed as one of my devices is giving a low battery warning.

    3 months now since "it's coming" news and it appears that Bunnings still doesn't have click and collect. PAH!

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    Generally cheap items like batteries have extortionate markup, so people, keep posting specials on these items wheneven they show up. 2032's are a household essential.

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      Agreed… desperately needed some a couple of months back. Energizer 2-pack CR2032 - about $14 @ Colesworth, $12.99 @ JB HiFi

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    Most of the range is on special. Picked up a cr1616 on the weekend for the car keys.

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    Price matched at Officeworks with Amcal few months ago

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    Have to say I've had terrible short life results with eBay 'Sony' and other possible fake name brands.

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      So don't go for the ones that pretend to be a brand name.

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      had the same issue with maxell from ebay …didn’t last long, and the fact the plastic on the packaging came off and the batteries all fell out might have been an indicator of poor manufacturing ..fake ..or old stock.

      i noticed the officeworks ones say distributed from everyday phillipines, would have thought should have said everyday australia, wonder if places are doing parallel imports or that is the normal supply chain ?

      the officeworks ones didn’t have a best by date on them , not sure if that is how they come now or depends on supply channel.

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    I had just got 2 from reject shop last month for 6 dollars and thought it was cheap enough since I usually get them from chemist warehouse, I also saw the same 2 pack selling for more than 8 somewhere, I think it was target, but cant remember

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    Really great batteries for the Digimon pets you used to own in the mid-2000s.

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    Officeworks price match to $2.70 odd if it hasn't been mentioned already or if officeworks is easier to get to!

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