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Postby renebruce » Thu Jun 14, 2007 2:08 pm

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Doesn't duracell come with a free built in tester or is that energizer..? Cute lil old guy anyhow !
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Postby Contextion » Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:53 pm

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I think both companies had their own versions of the battery testing strip. I couldnt find the ones I was thinking about on Ebay although there are 100s of different types of battery testers on Ebay.

Postby renebruce » Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:58 pm

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Contextion wrote:I think both companies had their own versions of the battery testing strip. I couldnt find the ones I was thinking about on Ebay although there are 100s of different types of battery testers on Ebay.


I'm sure ebay has a ton, I found a way kool one for $4 it has 3 lights that show strength and it does lots of sizes.. anyhow.. he's a Very good Example of why you really should go forward if u have a good idea, if in fact he came up with this in 63' he could have made a good amount of $$ with it if done correctly.. anyhow lesson to everyone, keep the ideas going !!! (don't keep the good ones in the closet to long) LOL
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