Duracell CR1632 1632 Car Remote Batteries

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Amazon Price: N/A $5.80 You save: $1.19 (17%). (as of February 22, 2018 7:36 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

BRAND NEW!!! 2 Super Fresh Genuine Duracell DL1632 Lithium 3V Batteries. Equivalent to: DL1632, CR1632, BR1632, KL1632, L1632, ECR1632

Customer Reviews

Fits in the 2012 Prius Key Remote

27 people found this helpful.
 on September 4, 2015
By KttyKat16
After daily use, multiple road trips, and hundreds of car unlocking/locking from afar, my 2012 Prius car remote finally wore out. I got the dreaded “Key Battery Low” warning on my dash. Guess what I ordered via 2 day shipping immediately?

You Can’t Buy Just One.

8 people found this helpful.
 on January 31, 2016
By Scott E. High
I am another satisfied 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-in customer who got a warning light on the dash indicating low battery on my key fob. I took the fob apart and saw that it required a CR1632. Duracell has always had a reputation of being a quality battery manufacturer and these popped up on Amazon as soon as I searched for “CR1632”.

Got them and quick too!

7 people found this helpful.
 on December 29, 2016
By Time well spent
Not sure what all the negative ratings are about but I got two of these for the my 2010 Prius remotes, as you can see they come in retail packaging with a 2026 expiration year.

Fresh Batteries in Original Packaging

3 people found this helpful.
 on August 15, 2017
By Debbie Lee Wesselmann
This two-pack of CR1632 batteries arrived in their original packaging with an expiration date 11 years from now. I couldn’t ask for more. The batteries were exactly as described.

Perfect for 2013 Prius Remote

One person found this helpful.
 on February 28, 2017
By Dee N
These were used to replace the battery in my 2013 Prius remote. Remove the key from the fob, pry open the case with a screwdriver, lift the board using a fingernail or small screwdriver. Then carefully unclip the three small clips holding the battery in. Replace the battery, making sure the clips are in place. Push the board back in place and snap the cover closed. Reinsert the key and you’re ready to go!

Good product, BIG SHIPPING BOX

One person found this helpful.
 on July 17, 2017
By Kiko
Ordered a pair of these button batteries Friday and received them this morning via USPS. Very happy with the service and the battery was perfect for my heartbeat monitor watch. What I can’t understand is why they would ship a battery slightly bigger than a nickle in an A3 size cardboard box! A bit excessive don’t you think…

The back of the fob pries off easily, and it’s nothing to replace the battery

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 11, 2016
By A. McClard
I had a local battery shop replace the batteries in the key fob for my 2012 Prius, but I watched him do it. The back of the fob pries off easily, and it’s nothing to replace the battery…just remember which side of the battery is up. The guy in the store used cheap 1632’s from a pack that looked exactly like the ones from Meritline. They died in two weeks. These came in two days, and we were up & running again.