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  1. #71
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    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    Contrary to what dockristin said about putting the stickers/tabs back on the batteries not stopping the drainage, I did a test were every night I removed the batteries and put scotch tape over the air holes and was able to get 4 extra days out of the batteries but I didn't think it was worth the trouble. I get on average 14 days out of size 13 and was able to push it to 18 days by covering the air holes.
    My guess is that you live in a humid region where covering the air holes at night retards the electrolyte gel from becoming too wet and reducing battery life.
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  2. #72

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    6 years and still going...

  3. #73

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    I keep them in the packet they come in and store it in my purse. I use Power One which have the tabs built into the packet so can not store them any other way. :-)
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    Are there any tiny battery cases that can fit in a small tight wallet and pants' pockets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebras View Post
    I keep them in the packet they come in and store it in my purse. I use Power One which have the tabs built into the packet so can not store them any other way. :-)
    Of course you can.. just cut the little black tab between the battery and the center of the pack.

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