When a toy or remote control suddenly stops working, it can be good to have new lithium batteries at home to quickly get things working again.
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MRP Rs.181 (incl. tax)Lithium batteries are common in kitchen scales, some toys and watches. Always good to have at home.Not chargeable.Observe the polarity marks plus (+) and minus (−) and ensure correct battery insertion into charger or product.Only use batteries that are intended for the product. Do not mix old and new batteries, different brands or types.Batteries should be handed in for recycling in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste disposal.WARNING! Keep batteries out of reach of children and pets. To swallow a battery could be fatal. If this happens seek medical attention at once.WARNING! If a battery has been swallowed or if you suspect that a battery has been swallowed, seek immediate medical attention! Swallowing a battery may lead to severe injuries and death.Do not attempt to charge non-rechargeable batteries.Do not deform, damage, dismantle, open or short-circuit batteries.Do not expose batteries to heat, fire or any type of liquid.In the event of a leaking battery, do not allow liquid to come in contact with skin or eyes. If exposed to liquid, rinse with plenty of water and seek medical advice.Designer
IKEA of Sweden
Country of Origin
Lithium-ion batteries do not contain mercury, cadmium or lead.Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.
PLATTBOJLithium batteryArticle no503.252.66
Width: 7 cm (3 ")Height: 1 cm (¼ ")Length: 18 cm (7 ")Weight: 0.04 kg (2 oz)Package(s): 1
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