Duracell Easy Tab Hearing Aid Batteries Size 13 (16 batteries)

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  1. Dave says:
    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Duracell Size 13 Batteries, May 27, 2011
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    Dave

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    This review is from: Duracell Easy Tab Hearing Aid Batteries Size 13 (16 batteries) (Electronics)

    The first batch of batteries I recieved were already expired by several months. I contacted the seller and they did send me new ones at no extra cost, so that was good.

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  2. Coffee Drinker says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    EXPIRED BATTERIES from Eabargain., March 7, 2012
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    Coffee Drinker (USA) –

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    On March 2, 2012, I ordered four packs of these hearing aid batteries from Eabargain on Amazon for $23.80. One of the four packs I received was due to expire in October 2013. Okay. The other three packs expired in March 2012, so they were already expired when I ordered them. One of the expired packs had been opened–Eabargain didn’t even bother to tape it shut.

    This is really a zero Stars review. I will try these batteries. If the expired ones still last the regular time in my hearing aids, I will upgrade my review. If they die out after a short time, I will downgrade my review to a negative number of Stars.

    As things currently stand, I will not be buying ANY products from Eabargain in future. I likely will not be buying ANY batteries from ANYONE on Amazon in future. HOWEVER, I have sent an email to Eabargain asking them to replace the three packs of expired batteries with batteries that will not expire before I can use them. I will upgrade this review if Eabargain does so.

    EDIT March 19, 2012: Well, the first two batteries I used were from a pack that was already expired. But the two batteries seemed to last as long as batteries with fresh dates that I can buy at stores. However, it’ll take me a few months to use up all the expired batteries, and it’s anyone’s guess as to whether they’ll still be working well by then.

    I did get a prompt reply from Eabargain. Here it is:

    “Thank you for your email & your business , please note that your
    satisfaction is highly important to us , this item was listed as of 04/2012
    expiration dates or better & would be located under the seller
    information’s, we can send you a replacement for the 3 packs that you have
    with 03/2013 dates or we can send you a refund for them ?

    “Please let us know the best way to keep you satisfied & will take care of it
    for you .

    “Thank you & best regards,

    “Emad Abukheit
    EABARGAIN.INC
    Owner & General Manger
    Online & Wholesale Distribution Center”

    The first half of Mr. Abukheit’s sentence makes no sense to me at all. The expiration dates were NOT (and STILL are not) listed with this product on the Amazon page–anywhere. I just rechecked. [FURTHER EDIT April 12, 2012: The expiration dates STILL are NOT listed anywhere on the Amazon page.] And three of my packs of batteries they sent me were dated as expiring March 2012, not April 2012, as he says. But I do find it interesting that he appears to brag about selling batteries with one month left in their expiration dates, even though three of my packs were not even that good. In the last half of his sentence he offered to send me replacements or a refund–my choice. But in my email to him, I ALREADY had specifically asked him to send replacements, so why didn’t he do that? Instead he ignored my request and just offered to do it. I can only guess that he wants me to pay shipping for the new batteries and/or for the return of the bad ones. I would have raised my rating from zero to two, based on the fact that the first two expired batteries appeared to last anyway. But I’m taking one star off for the response, so currently I’m rating this sale at one star. Again, I will raise my rating if the expired batteries continue to last as long as batteries usually last for me.

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