123 Batteries

Discussion in 'Other Weapons' started by bigtiller, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. bigtiller

    bigtiller New Member

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    Where do you buy your 123 batteries at?

    I have been shopping for 123 batteries for my flashlight. Walgreen's wants $16 for a pair of them. That seams almost criminal. Walmart wants $10 for a pair. That is still, WAY too much. I found them on the Internet for as little as 83 cents but I am not really fond of handing out my credit card to some company I have never heard of and besides that, there has to be a quality difference between the 83 cent ones and the Duracell's at Walmart.

    Help, I'm running out of batteries and cash.
     
  2. BillM

    BillM Active Member Supporter

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    Bought my last dozen from Surefire direct.

    Try batteryjunction.com they have several brands, starting at $1
     

  3. fireguy

    fireguy New Member

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    I got a good price at a hardware store on a 12 pack of Surefire batteries.
    I've been meaning to look on Amazon and see it I can find some at a good price.
     
  4. bkt

    bkt New Member

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    Home Depot near me has two-packs for around $6 or $7.
     
  5. TheSadPanda

    TheSadPanda New Member

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    Do they make rechargeable 123s?
     
  6. neilage66

    neilage66 New Member

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    Call and ask for Kevin...he's good people!
    * I have no affiliation with Kevin or his company other than being a satisfied customer.

    Rayovac (under the Battery Station label) 3v Lithium RL123A (CR123A) batteries for high performance lights, optics, cameras & other electronics. These are current production 123A's with a 10 year shelf life; they can replace the following battery types: CR123A, DL123A, K123A, EL123A, SF123A, & VL123A. The Rayovac 123A's are Made in the USA.



    8 count package is $13.75 delivered

    12 count package is $19.25 delivered

    18 count package (with heavy duty reusable plastic case) is $30.25 delivered

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    Last edited: Sep 15, 2011
  7. Gatoragn

    Gatoragn Active Member

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    I buy specialty batteries at work for through Amazon.com, which is reasonably trustworthy with a credit card. Then you can take advantge of the 83 cent deals.
     
  8. ScottA

    ScottA FAA licensed bugsmasher Lifetime Supporter

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    Ebay. If you're concerned about using your CC, then get a PayPal account.
     
  9. willfully armed

    willfully armed New Member

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    Beware of the rechargeable 123's. There are regulated and unregulated. Unregulated batteries charge to a higher voltage and will flash kill your bulb.
     
  10. dhyayi

    dhyayi New Member

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    i usually go to amazon.com
    some items got amazing deal which is good than any other store...

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  11. bigtiller

    bigtiller New Member

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    You should buy some.

    The closest Home Depot to me charges $11 for a two-pack.