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Energizer Photo Battery 123, 6-Count

Energizer Photo Battery 123, 6-Count

Energizer Photo Battery 123, 6-Count

  • 3 Volt
  • Predominately used in film cameras
  • Also used in high-end flashlights and medical devices

Energizer Photo battery # 123

List Price: $ 19.44

Price: $ 8.25

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2 comments on “Energizer Photo Battery 123, 6-Count

  1. 60 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Just what you’d expect, March 25, 2011
    By 
    J. Quick (Orlando, FL) –
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    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Energizer Photo Battery 123, 6-Count (Health and Beauty)

    This isn’t really a review, they’re just batteries after all, but I did want to alleviate something that had confused me. If you look at the picture it’s hard to tell that these ARE lithium. From what I understand all CR123 batteries are. What threw me off was the packaging in the product picture, which is different than Energizer’s current packaging for lithium batteries. When the batteries arrived, however they were the expected type and in the newer packaging.

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  2. 78 of 92 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Worst Amazon.com experience EVER, December 27, 2011
    By 
    Donald G. Francis (Owosso, MI USA) –
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    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Energizer Photo Battery 123, 6-Count (Health and Beauty)

    I purchased this product via Best Deal Supply on Amazon. Their ad shows 6 photo batteries on a retail card, like you’d find in a brick and mortar store. When my product arrived, I found 6 loose batteries in a plain cardboard box. No problem, I thought. I took the batteries out of the box and put them in my camera case. A few days later, I had a photography job to do. I put two of my “new” batteries in my camera and started shooting. After around 40 photos, I get a “low battery” indicator light. Thinking it might be my other set of batteries (camera takes both AA and 123 batteries), I put fresh AA’s in. Same thing. Low battery. I take the “new” batteries out and put two more “new” ones in. Same thing. Around 40 shots and those are drained. And the same for the other two batteries. Now I had to stop my photo shoot and take 1/2 hour out of my day to drive to a store and buy more 123 batteries from a store. I put these in and low and behold, my camera works. I finished my photo shoot (another 175 photos) without incident. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize I was sold used or defective batteries. Since they were useless, I threw them away.

    When it came time to review my purchase, I gave a poor rating and summarized my problem. Shortly after, I get a response from Best Deal Supply asking for a chance to “make things right”. They were quick to offer replacements as long as I shipped them the defective batteries in the original container. Since both the batteries and the original package was in a landfill somewhere, I could not hold up my end of the deal and left it at that.

    A week or so later, I get another email stating that “they noticed I left bad feedback and are saddened that I did not give them a chance to resolve the problem” and that “we strive for customer satisfaction and we make no exception” and “let me know what is the issue that you have having and we will work hard to resolve it as soon as possible”. I replied that a customer service rep had already tried to resolve the problem and offered an exchange, but I no longer had the product available, adding that I appreciated the effort but was leaving the review as is because the product was defective and cost me time and money. They came back with “what can we do at this point to satisfy you?” My reply was “replacement or a refund would be nice, but I will understand if you can’t because I have already thrown the product away.” There reply to that was “If it will satisfy you, send it back and we will issue a refund”. Send WHAT back? I already told them three different times that I threw the batteries away.

    I was ok with the fact that I would not get a replacement/refund because I threw the batteries away and was going to leave good enough alone, but after that idiotic exchange with their “customer care” department, I want the world to know what type of people they are dealing with when shopping via Best Deal Supply on Amazon. Buyer beware.

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