I have purchased these (Energizer 123 Lithium) multiple times in the past with no issues. I use them in a Streamlight TLR-2 HL Light / Laser for my Law Enforcement use duty weapon. Through intermittent use I can normally expect to get 12-18 months of power out of these batteries. I recommend them and will purchase again.
When I go on photo shoots I always reach for energizer lithium batteries, as they are reliable in a variety of extreme weather conditions. You only get what you pay for in the end. Thank you energizer for an incredible product.
I found same batteries at home depot less expensive. When I showed the I Phone photo to Pasadena Mnager, his reply was clear: we don't rely on photo. I wonder what prove do I have to provide to convince him that I am not cheating...and to say I am an "elite customer"
The batteries are working well. A different brand name had lasted just 3 months in our alarm system. Let's see how long will these last. Best buy was able to price match and we did not have to wait like one has to wait when buying online.
This is definitely the battery size I was looking for.
a.k.a 123a batteries
I use it for a flashlight at home..it still needs that kick to illuminate a flashlight to its potential.
They are good for the bargain
These Energizer 123 Lithium 3V Batteries are exactly what you need for your electronics as to keep them running for a long time. Replaced another brand with these and just like the advertisement says, The Energizer Bunny Keeps on Running and Running. Got the power! Definitely recommend.
These batteries are very hard to come by and when in a large store are really hard to find. I appreciate the extra effort put into finding these for me during these trying times. Other than that they are batteries they do what they're supposed to do. they last decent amount of time but when a thunderstorm comes through they seems to get drained. Could be the ghost haunting my life.
A:Answerlooks like no they won't. they are shorter and thicker than AAA or AA batteries and are not configured the same way as a 9V battery. so the device is going to have to specifically call for the Lithium 123 battery.