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CR2032 3V Coin Cell, pack of 5

1.25
This is a great value, high quality battery. Lithium 3V Coin Cell, CR2032, 200mAh. Dimensions 20mm diameter, 3.2mm height. Strip of 5.

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This is a great value pack of 5, high quality button cell lithium batteries.

As well as being compatible with many calculators, wireless doorbells and other small devices these batteries fit our Electro-Fashion, Sewable Coin Cell Holder and our Coin Cell Power Board Kit.

They are 3V with a capacity of 200mAh.

Features:

  • 3V 2032 lithium battery.
  • 200mAh capacity.

Contents:

  • 5 x CR2032 3V Coin Cell Batteries.

Dimensions:

  • Height: 3.2mm.
  • Diameter: 20mm.

Caution:

  • These batteries contain lithium and should be recycled responsibly. You can find your nearest battery bank locator at the recycle-more website.

Note:

  • Due to International shipping rules we can only ship this product within the UK.

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