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2 PCS Size D Panasonic Batteries Super Heavy Duty Power Zinc Carbon D Battery 1.5v

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2 PCS Size D Panasonic Batteries Super Heavy Duty Power Zinc Carbon D Battery 1.5v

Power your essential products and accessories with this 2-pack of Panasonic super heavy duty D batteries! Featuring carbon-zinc chemistry, these D batteries offer optimum reliability for all of your low-drain devices. Perfect for flashlights, radios, electronic toys, and more, these batteries will keep your favorite devices running. This convenient 2-pack arrives in an easy to open package so you can have your electronics up and running in no time. In addition, these batteries are mercury and cadmium free. These Panasonic super heavy duty D batteries are the optimum solution for long-lasting and cost-effective battery power.

Heavy Duty Battery 1.5v
2 pcs size D batteries per 1 Pack
Great for long lasting everyday usage
No mercury, no cadmium and no lead added
Easy to open package
Super Heavy Duty
Carbon Zinc
Brand new - unused

Specs:
Size: D
Technology: Zinc Carbon
Voltage: 1.5V
Height: 60.7 mm
Diameter: 32.9 mm
Weight: 98.5 g

Size: D
Technology: Zinc Carbon
Voltage: 1.5V
Height: 60.7 mm
Diameter: 32.9 mm
Weight: 98.5 g

2 x Size D Panasonic Batteries

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