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Hello, all and I'd welcome any input on subject quality relative to
equivalents available from Duracell or Energizer. The Maxell SR626SW
(Eveready 377) Silver Oxide and CR2016 Lithium cells are standard usage
in electronic watches, and I'd like to focus on these. Thanks for your
time and comment. Sincerely,

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On Monday, April 2, 2018 at 12:43:09 PM UTC-4, J.B. Wood wrote:
Hello, all and I'd welcome any input on subject quality relative to
equivalents available from Duracell or Energizer. The Maxell SR626SW
(Eveready 377) Silver Oxide and CR2016 Lithium cells are standard usage
in electronic watches, and I'd like to focus on these. Thanks for your
time and comment. Sincerely,

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Maxell makes a good battery and have been around for many year. At the same time, we bulk-purchase our button cells.

https://www.bestbyte.net/energizer-c...packaging.html


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On Monday, 2 April 2018 17:43:09 UTC+1, J.B. Wood wrote:

Hello, all and I'd welcome any input on subject quality relative to
equivalents available from Duracell or Energizer. The Maxell SR626SW
(Eveready 377) Silver Oxide and CR2016 Lithium cells are standard usage
in electronic watches, and I'd like to focus on these. Thanks for your
time and comment. Sincerely,


I don't have data on silver & lithium, but when it comes to alkalines most brands are not far apart in capacity. Silly advertising budgets don't increase the capacity it turns out.


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