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Monoprice Lithium CR2025 3V Battery 2-Pack
Why spend more on batteries than necessary? Get batteries that are just as good (or better) than the leading national brands at a fraction of the cost when you use Monoprice branded Lithium Batteries!
The CR2025 Lithium coin or button cell is commonly used in watches, remote controls, keychain lights, and other small and thin devices. These Lithium button cells from Monoprice have been tested by a top independent test lab, with results that show they meet or exceed the power and duration capabilities of similar batteries from leading national brands. Additionally, our batteries are guaranteed fresh for FIVE (5) years, so you can stick them in your drawer, glove box, or toolbox with confidence that they will be ready for action when you need them!
- Specification Sheet (Sep 10, 2013)
I do not recommend these and I would not buy again.
PROS: Cheap and delivered to my door.
CONS: Low quality, did not last
Thank you for your review and I am truly sorry for the inconvenience you've encountered with the battery pack, we do warrant them with a 1 year warranty. So if you want, you can try a replacement. Just let me know the order#. Thank you!
PROS: Battery is the correct size and does power my Fitbit Zip for a little while.
CONS: I bought a few of these for my Fitbit Zip. With name brand batteries, I get about 6 months of life from each battery. With these, I am lucky to get 1 month. And they die so suddenly that many times I do not get a low battery warning and thus no chance to put in a fresh battery before I leave the house.
PROS: Perform well, cheap
8 months ago
1 year ago
7 months ago
But with the first Monoprice CR2025, I got low battery warnings in just a few days and then it totally shut the device off losing data for the day.
I put the second Monoprice battery in and after 4 days it was still going strong, so I thought the first one was just a dud. The package says they are best before 06-2016 so they should be good. But today, after only 7 days of use, I am already getting low battery warnings.
I just tested the first Monoprice battery on a multimeter and it could only put out 2.6 volts. I took an Energizer out of the package and it tested at 3.1 volts. Sometimes I guess you get what you pay for.
CONS: Need to replace after 4-7 days
8 months ago
As of right now, I wouldn't recommend these.
CONS: Very short life