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Dantona® 1.55V/25mAh Silver Oxide Button Cell Battery

Model:

396

 | Catalog #: 55029292
Price:
$6.99
$6.99
 

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Product Summary

Dependability and power.

Use this 1.55V/25mAh silver oxide button cell battery in many watches, calculators and other low-power devices.

  • Fits many watches, calculators and other low-power electronic devices
  • Replaces Bulova® 612, Duracell® D396, Eveready® 396, Maxell SR726W batteries and more
  • Delivers 1.55 volts with a capacity of 25mAh
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Manufacturer Warranty

  • Parts: 6 month
  • Labor: 6 month
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Dantona® 1.55V/25mAh Silver Oxide Button Cell Battery
 
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5.0

Dantona 1.55V/mAh Meets Expectations

By WatchOut Boy

from Greenville, SC

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Pros

  • Reliable Performance

Cons

    Best Uses

    • WATCH BATTERY

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