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DURACELL LR44/A76/AG13 ALKALINE 1.5 V BATTERIES (TWIN PACK)

Availability: In stock

RRP £1.99

£1.50 inc VAT and save 25% on RRP

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Quick Overview

Commonly used in watches, calculators, toys and photographic applications, Duracell LR44 batteries offer superior performance when compared to other alkaline batteries.



  • Number in pack: 2

  • Battery Name: Duracell LR44

  • Also known as: A76, KA76, V13GA, AG13, L1154

  • Battery type: Alkaline

  • Voltage:  1.5V

  • Rechargeable: No

2 X DURACELL LR44/A76/AG13 ALKALINE 1.5 V CELL BATTERIES

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  • 2 X DURACELL LR44/A76/AG13 ALKALINE 1.5 V CELL BATTERIES


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 £1.75 delivery charge on orders upto £20.00
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 Orders £20.00 & over are shipped free of charge.
 
 

We aim to process & ship orders both quickly and efficently usually within one working day (Monday - Friday),
Non-mainland and outlying areas (Scottish Highlands & Isles, Channel Isles, B.F.P.O, Scilly Isles, I.O.M & N Ireland) can take a further 1-2 days.

We ship to UK addresses only.


UPS is an online trackable service and may require a signature upon delivery.
All items are securely packaged.

 

TIPS FOR PROPER BATTERY CARE AND USE

Use the correct size and type of battery specified by the manufacturer of your device

Keep battery contact surfaces and battery compartment contacts clean by rubbing them with a clean pencil eraser or a rough cloth each time you replace batteries.

Remove batteries from a device when it is not expected to be in use for several months.

Remove batteries from equipment while it is being powered by household (AC) current.

Make sure that you insert batteries into your device properly, with the + (plus) and – (minus) terminals aligned correctly. CAUTION: Some equipment using more than three batteries may appear to work properly even if one battery is inserted incorrectly.

Store batteries in a dry place at normal room temperature. Do not refrigerate Duracell batteries; this will not make them last longer.

Extreme temperatures reduce battery performance. Avoid putting battery-powered devices in very warm places.

Do not attempt to recharge a battery unless the battery specifically is marked “rechargeable.”

Some dead batteries and batteries that are exposed to extremely high temperatures may leak. A crystalline structure may begin to form on the outside of the battery.