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Thread: BR2032 Batteries vs. CR2032 batteries for an Aimpoint T-1?

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    BR2032 Batteries vs. CR2032 batteries for an Aimpoint T-1?

    I was wondering if any of you had any knowledge of BR2032 batteries. From what I have read, they are compatible with CR2032 batteries in most devices, but have a lower self discharge rate than the CR2032. How much lower, I don't really know. If they function well, seems like it might be a better choice to keep on hand as a back-up battery for the Aimpoint Micros.

    Does anyone have any info or experience with these, or possibly a link to good info? As of now, I have not been able to find much info on BR2032 batteries in general.
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    My H-1 came with a "DL or DR 2032". What is the different labelling for? Is it a totally different battery??

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    Quote Originally Posted by duece71 View Post
    My H-1 came with a "DL or DR 2032". What is the different labelling for? Is it a totally different battery??
    From what i can find online, the DL2032 or DR2032 is just how Duracell labels their CR2032 batteries
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