CR123A Kolt Battery in an 8 pack for all your disposable 3 Volt CR123A battery needs. Works in cameras, rangefinders, communications gear, flashlights, friend or foe lights, or any device which requires CR123A batteries. Of course these CR123A batteries work well in torches! Two of the Kolt CR123A batteries can be used instead of one of the rechargeable Wolf Eyes LRB168A batteries in our Wolf Eyes LED Torches, which have been designed to accept the wider voltage range and so will work with one of our LRB168A batteries or two CR123A disposable batteries. Great value in this CR123A 8 pack, but we also have a 40 pack and a bulk 100 pack for those heavy CR123A battery users. The battery is marked extremely logically with red for positive and black for negative, so no mistakes by any member of your team. A well priced battery compared to the double digit prices asked at the large supermarket chains for CR123A lithium ion batteries.
CR123A lithium ion batteries are also known as 123, CR123, 2/3A, CR17345, 5018LC or 6135-99-851-1379 (NSN – Nato Stock Number)
Please be aware there is a difference between CR123A batteries which are 3 Volt and rechargable CR123A batteries (often called RCR123A batteries) which are 3.7 Volt. Not all CR123A devices can accept both, most cannot, so check with your CR123A device manufacturer. This is especially important in devices utilising more than one battery, as two CR123A batteries are 6V (and 3 CR123A are 9V) where 2 RCR123A batteries are at least 7.4V freshly charged and 3 RCR123A are at least 11.1V, potentially up to 12.6V. As you can see quite easy to be over voltage for a device designed for what is essentially a different battery, even though it is the same size. For the record, Wolf Eyes LED torches do have the capability to utilise CR123A batteries, but other torches may not. Flashes, camera gear, rangefinders, comms gear especially should be checked with the manufacturer as the wrong battery can cause enough damage that the unit may not be worth repairing.
Work wellBy: Andrew on 7 July 2016Work well, good price
Inexpensive essential back up powerBy: Cameron on 30 December 2015good batteries, useful to keep some in the car of the bottom of the bag in case you are caught out with the rechargables, also great for certain, older, film cameras
GoodBy: Simon Pridow on 22 October 2015Good batteries, good price and quick delivery. Thanks
BatteriesBy: Melissa Woo on 23 June 2015They're batteries. They work. In our dental lights seem to last as long as the bigger brands but these were the cheapest price I could find in Australia. What more can you about a battery? Nice colours?