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The batteries I received were not in a package that looked like the one picture. They were the bulk battery packaging and had expiration dates of 2015 or 2016. I have ordered from this company before and have always received batteries with expiration dates at least 2 years in the future.
James Nesgoda
· December 6, 2013
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Three batteries in a blister pack all with a far out use _by date
Bill Deacon
· February 20, 2016
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Yes. Same batteries for the 12-C or the 17 financial calculators.
Amazon Customer
· January 18, 2015
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You'll receive one - 3/pack of batteries.
Mike S.
· December 7, 2016
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This is exactly what we expected AND what we apparently received . . . cannot testify as to whether the two-year shelf life lives up to claim as we have not yet had the batteries that long. Think it's worth the "risk"! Regards,
dickb
· November 3, 2015
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I do not think so.
Jay Adams
· December 3, 2018
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I cut down the packaging so the remaining two batteries are stored in my digital caliper case. That means I no longer have the date information. However, I would have read the expiration date and remembered if I thought there was an issue with the date.
Expressway
· September 14, 2018
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They should. Varta is a brand name and 357 is the size code.
Andrew W.
· June 3, 2018
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Apparently, the battery used on a HP 12c is dependent on the model of the HP 12c you have. Since I do not know which model you are using, I was only able to get the following general information from Wikipedia. " Power supply 4.5 V (3x LR44) or 3 V (1x or 2x CR2032) depending on model." If you have a current mode… see more Apparently, the battery used on a HP 12c is dependent on the model of the HP 12c you have. Since I do not know which model you are using, I was only able to get the following general information from Wikipedia. " Power supply 4.5 V (3x LR44) or 3 V (1x or 2x CR2032) depending on model." If you have a current model of this calculator, the HP website shows that it is powered by 1 ea. CR2032 battery. Hope this is helpful. see less Apparently, the battery used on a HP 12c is dependent on the model of the HP 12c you have. Since I do not know which model you are using, I was only able to get the following general information from Wikipedia. " Power supply 4.5 V (3x LR44) or 3 V (1x or 2x CR2032) depending on model." If you have a current model of this calculator, the HP website shows that it is powered by 1 ea. CR2032 battery. Hope this is helpful.
Stephen C. Smith
· February 1, 2018
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I really can't give you an accurate answer. I took the battery that was in the item to Walmarts and checked the size and used 357. It worked so I keep using it. Sorry I couldn't be more help.
Аmazon Customer
· October 5, 2016