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Energizer Still Easy? #1
I just did Duracell for £70. It was quite easy.
I'm looking to apply the same method for Energizer. Is it still easy?
Do I need to make an excuse for not returning it?
Or they don't ask for the item back?

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Energizer Still Easy? #2
You should just go ahead and try it Smile
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RE: Energizer Still Easy? #3
Duracell is pretty simple, never tried energiser myself though feel free to try and report back Smile
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RE: Energizer Still Easy? #4
I think they ask for the damaged item back.
If they do, I have two options:
1. Play along and pretend I ll send it and say that post office refused to take it
2. Say I got scared and threw it away

What do you think is best?

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RE: Energizer Still Easy? #5
How did you do Duracell? Couldn't you use the same reasons for Energizer?

I doubt they would want it back, especially if it had leaked. They may ask for a photo of it but its probably not even worth their time.

Give it a go and let us all know how you get on.

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RE: Energizer Still Easy? #6
(10-11-2018, 02:29 PM)karoloydi Wrote: I just did Duracell for £70. It was quite easy.

I'm looking to apply the same method for Energizer.

Same Item and method, different company.

In other words, stating the obvious, use the method that you SEd Duracell with. Alternatively, given batteries are extremely light, boxing them Is Ideal.
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