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Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2020
After reading other reviews, here are my thoughts: 1. I ordered a triple-pack and that's what I received. First try. On time. 2. The packaging has no date of manufacture or shelf life date. The packaging showed a copyright date of 2019 so these are not "old" batteries. 3. Worked fine in my digital calipers (Carrera Precision CP9806-TF Titanium 0-Inch to 6-Inch Electronic Fractional & Decimal Digital Caliper). BTW, those are excellent calipers.
I'm not refuting other reviewers who were dissatisfied, just saying precisely what my experience was. I hope that's helpful for someone.
I received my order but only 1 battery, not 3, was in the package. I reordered and the same thing happened again. I looked at the back of the battery package and the SKF label says " 3 count". In effect I am getting only 1 battery not 3. Will return for the second time and get a refund, not a replacement.
I gave it only three stars because they did not say they were too big for HP calculators. It was too much trouble to send them back. Maybe someone in the family can use them for something else...the price was really low. As of HP calculators: the aftermarket batteries are problematic. Hearing aid batteries only last a week. The prescribed batteries cost $10 each with no idea as to how long they last. The batteries that came with the unit lasted for years. My Answer to the problem? I uploaded an HP app for $0.99 for my cell phone and it works great. There is a $16 version which I may try later, if the current functions don't work.
The batteries I received were thicker than the one I requested. It was to go into a thermometer and these were too thick. I ordered LR1130 and understood the Duracell was compatible but was not, given the thickness of the Duracell.
Not sure how long these batteries will last. I bought these in May of 2020 and the package has a date of 2016 in tiny print on the package. Something I usually check when buying at a store. There is no "good until" date. Maybe they will last a while, maybe not, I can't tell. I don't know if this comment is more about the seller than the product, but these are my thoughts.