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    357 battery problem

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    by chulian99 ·

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    Hey, guys! I don’t know how the run time of silver oxide 357 size button cell batteries compare to LR44 button cell alkalines. (For instance, in a Pelican L1). Is there a time difference between silver oxide and alkaline? When I swapped out the LR44’s in my L1 for the 357’s, I saw a noticeable increase in brightness…but at $2.00 a pop for the 357’s against 50 cents for the LR44s, an increase in run-time would be nice, too!

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      Re: 357 vs LR44

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to 357 battery problem

      Read about it in many (rather identical) links from https://www.google.comlr44+vs+357

      Choose what you like.

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      Reply To: 357 battery problem

      by Johnharper2020 ·

      In reply to 357 battery problem

      The reason why this type of battery is less known is that you rarely need to replace them, because they last a long time – so you don’t have to look for it often in the store. To give you an idea: A tiny Silver Oxide button cell will keep a watch running 24 hours per day for 3 to 5 years!

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