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Energizer e2 Lithium AAs Offer!


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RtOaNn

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Hey guys!
Dunno if anyone noticed but Cold Storage is having a Festive Season Sale so they are selling the Energizer Lithiums at a low price of $9.90 for the 4pcs blister pack.

It's really a good deal so don't miss it!
Offer till 25/01/06.
 

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r u sure (its not titanium:think: )? :bigeyes:

ttz a really grt offer! ;p

thanks 4 sharing. :thumbsup:
 

yanyewkay

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eh? I tot carrefoure have been selling it at that price all along?

It lasts damned long on my brandless wireless keyboard and mouse.
 

sORe-EyEz

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ttz y they cost so much more than alkaline batts eh... :sweat:
 

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yanyewkay said:
eh? I tot carrefoure have been selling it at that price all along?

It lasts damned long on my brandless wireless keyboard and mouse.
for those devices, u are better off using those NORMAL non-alkaline batteries... ^^
 

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Del_CtrlnoAlt said:
compared to 10 pcs of rebadged varta ikea batteries for 3 bucks... i think getting the ikea one is more worth it...
depends on end user- if a person w/ digicam uses AA-sized batts go on tour, use lithium save weight & space.
if batts r 4 electric toothbrush den budget alkaline batts makes more economic sense.

:think:
 

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sORe-EyEz said:
r u sure (its not titanium:think: )? :bigeyes:

ttz a really grt offer! ;p

thanks 4 sharing. :thumbsup:
Yup,it's for real.:)
I bought it for myself too.

Lithiums are usually preferred for high drain devices like torchlights,digicams etc.
No pt using it for devices which are not fully utilising it.Such a waste of money.
 

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RtOaNn said:
Yup,it's for real.:)
I bought it for myself too.

Lithiums are usually preferred for high drain devices like torchlights,digicams etc.
No pt using it for devices which are not fully utilising it.Such a waste of money.
well said! :thumbsup:
 

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RtOaNn said:
Hey guys!
Dunno if anyone noticed but Cold Storage is having a Festive Season Sale so they are selling the Energizer Lithiums at a low price of $9.90 for the 4pcs blister pack.

It's really a good deal so don't miss it!
Offer till 25/01/06.
Which branch? Or any cold storage?
 

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I always thought torchlights are not high drain?

RtOaNn said:
Yup,it's for real.:)
I bought it for myself too.

Lithiums are usually preferred for high drain devices like torchlights,digicams etc.
No pt using it for devices which are not fully utilising it.Such a waste of money.
 

sORe-EyEz

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vince123123 said:
I always thought torchlights are not high drain?
some r, some r not. :)

some r made w/ a long batt life at dimmer output, some r made 2 shine brighter w/ a shorter batt life.
 

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I always thought torchlights are not high drain?
Basically, you can have low-powered torchlight or high-powered ones. It depends on the type of bulbs (for incandescants). Krypton bulbs usually will have longer run-time, this is the 'not high drain' type of lights. Krypton bulbs gives "yellewish orangy beam". There is another type of bulb which will eats up your batteries like nobody business, these are bulbs that use xenon gas. Surefire torchlights is one of those that use xenon throughout its product line. See http://www.surefire.com/maxexp/main/co_disp/displ/pgrfnbr/16/sesent/00 . These xenon bulbs are damn bright and put out "white" beam but downside is run-time is low, typical run-time is only 1 hour on lithium batts, yes, lithium. These are the high-power, high drain light. Of cause there are also xenon mixed with halogen, long run-time xenon and other types of bulbs beside the 2 types mentioned here, but generally these are the 2 common types found in the market. For the LED scenerio, those 3mm and 5mm array flashlights are the most power saving and Luxeon V LED are the most power consuming LED but the brightest LED you can find.
 

ricohflex

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wow
that is cheap

most important feature
they are light

I know. I use lithium btys exclusively in my EOS 1-N booster motordrive. Big difference in weight.
 

sORe-EyEz

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nicholas1986 said:
wonder what if you power the clocks with lithium...
will it go for decades?
ur clock will 'run' faster? :bsmilie:
 

k3nn3th03

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PP Cold Storage have..

promo till 25 01 2006...
 

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