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Is the Energizer 392 (silver oxide 392) compatible to replace an old battery that is an LR41 ?

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Unsure....... I am replacing Energizer 392 batteries with the same........ However, I earlier printed off and just checked a specialty battery cross reference guide from Medic Batteries and it does show the Energizer 392 or 384 as the suitable replacement for the LR41, along with some others - so I think you are OK.
Age: 45-54
Gender: Male
I've used this product for: 11-20 years
My primary use is: Personal
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I replace my battery: 1-2 times per year
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Thank you for this great question, I would be happy to assist you. The 392 is now the 392/384Z battery and it would be the suitable replacement for the LR41.

Thank you for taking the time to contact Energizer.
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Does the 392BP battery replace the 384?

Age: Over 65
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I've used this product for: 11-20 years
My primary use is: Personal
I purchase specialty batteries at: Mass Merchandise Store (e.g. Kmart, Target, Wal-Mart)
I replace my battery: 1-2 times per year
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Age: Over 65
Gender: Male
I've used this product for: 21-30 years
My primary use is: Personal
I purchase specialty batteries at: Grocery Store
I replace my battery: 1-2 times per year
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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Yes, those two cell types are replacements for one another. 392 is primarily designed to best support high drain devices while 384 is primarily designed for low drain. For the most part though, these are replacement types.
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CAN I USE A 392 IN PLACE OF A 395 IN MY SEIKO WATCH?

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Thank you for this great question, I would be happy to assist you. If your watch takes a 395 battery, you might want to stick with that. The dimensions for the batteries are different, I have placed the two of them for you below.

392/384Z (new battery) 7.9 mm in diameter/3.6 mm in height
395/399Z (new battery) 9.5 mm in diameter/2.7 mm in height

The 392 would be too big in height and most likely would not be able to close the door on the watch.

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