Interested in getting 1.5-volt button cell batteries for pennies on the dollar? Kip Kay, of Make Magazine, is here to show you how. The trick is to buy Energizer A23s, each of which contains 8 1.5-volt button cells. For detailed instructions on this straightforward money-saving hack, take a look!
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this reminds me of when i hacked my car battery. Inside I found 10 D size batteries, a gargamel (smurfs) action figure and a barbecue beef hot pocket, fully cooked. I suggest everyone look and see what's inside their car battery too.
no kidding. I hacked my uncle's pacemaker and found a secret universe full of lava-people.
i opened a 9volt battery and found a spider gettin' high on crunched up cheetos
thanks kipkay for another goodie. i've watched all ur vids and im glad u finally got featured
well its not really hacking...
F to the A to the K to the E
Not fake. Done it. Done the 12V one too, but there were D batteries inside, not AAs
Sorry for double posting, My internet connection was faulty.
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This is a fake how to video. 12v AA batteries contain battery acid, not button cells. This is hazardous.
AA batteries are 1.5 volts not 12 volts maybe you got the wrong ones.
100% genuine if you live in the States AND use an Energizer A23. I got two at Target (granted, they weren't 1.88, but I was there, so..), and opened them up. EIGHT BUTTON CELLS INSIDE. You MUST use an ENERGIZER A23.
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