Energizer Silver Oxide 377 Battery
These batteries have staying power
I collect watches so require many 377 batteries. I pull the stems on the watches when not in use which saves the usage on each battery. They are easy to install in the watch and I can depend on them to give me a good usage time. I also use these for little mini-clocks. I know I can depend on Energizer and I've been doing that for many years.
May 12, 2012
I use only Energizer batteries in my Watch Repair business!
I own a watch and clock repair shop, and Energizer Silver Oxide and Lithium cells are all I use. I go through an estimated 100 of the 377 cell in a month's time, and have had virtually no issues with defective cells. Additionally, of all the cells I have seen, Energizer has the best life, and are the least likely to leak once they have gone dead. They are not the cheapest battery on the market, but for the superior value, it is the only one I will use for any application!
January 14, 2012
This product is dependable and long-lasting, out-performs other brands.
I'm somewhat of a watch-a-holic, having some thirty-five to forty watches. I like to change up my watches often and the only battery I ever use in them is your Energizer battery (not all of them use the 377 but use same brand). I don't have to replace my batteries as often. The only thing that would make it better for me is if this particular battery came in a economy size with a lower price. You have a good product and don't see how you could improve on it.
December 23, 2011
Needs to be less money or last longer.
Seems like I have many items that use these button batteries. The cost is outrageous for how little a time they last. Please provide some bulk purchase opportunities. Also a battery trester for these little guys would be awesome.
December 15, 2011
I bought a 2 pack of the 377 batteries 2 weeks ago. I put one in a watch which is dead now the other one I put in a clock which is still working. I tried switching them and the one that was in the watch does nothing.
December 15, 2011
i only use Energizer batteries in my watches. i tried another brand and found that they either died before there time or ran slow. For a trusted brand i only pick energizer.
September 12, 2012
rust on hearing aid battry
it seems the mercury free 675 hearing aid battery if exposed to a small amount of moisture will rust and get stuck in the aidand turns it off but when checked is full power some sanding to remove the rust and now it works.so we will not purchase this item again,and will advise all that sweat a littel not to use these , not a problem with Duracell,thought that they were stainless steel but not they also do not seem to test them for rusting,Must be made inChina and no quality control farm it out and do not look back??
this is the second time for me.
hogi wclassen @telusplanet.net if you want to ask,contact us dose not work for mail here.should send them one that is rusted from use to prove my point but they will not care but send cupon to buy more rust.
June 21, 2012