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PetSafe 6-Volt Lithium Battery (2 Batteries per Pack)
RFA-67D lithium battery 2-pack is used for all Pet Safe recievers that require a 6-volt lithium battery module.
Each battery measures 1.5-inch in diameter
*COMPATIBLE WITH LIMITED RECEIVERS: Please review your receiver type below*
For PetSafe fence, bark and training collars
2-pack of batteries
Works with PIF-275 models
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65 of 66 found the following review helpful:
Policy prevents justice from being servedMay 28, 2010
By M. Saunders
These batteries arrived to me dead. Neither from the pack work. I see that several people have had the same problem. DO NOT ORDER FROM HERE!!! Amazon's policy of no returns on batteries means you are out of luck! Total waste of my money! I even paid for rush shipping, so I am out even more. Lowes and Home Depot carry these batteries. The ones I bought from Lowes worked perfectly.
58 of 59 found the following review helpful:
Dead BatteryMay 12, 2008
By John Shepard
One of two batteries in the pack was dead out of the package. The company will not accept returns after the package is opened
41 of 42 found the following review helpful:
Wrong Battery showingJan 21, 2010
By Nancy E. Vogee
"Nancy's Dog Stewart"
Amazon shows the wrong battery for the Bark collar we ordered and now we are stuck with the wrong Battery due to their mistake. I am one unhappy customer who has been ordering from Amazon for years and use their Credit card all the time. Now that will end and so will my feelings for Amazon as the women who handled my call were rude and did not seem to care. Amazon fix your discription for the Innotek Bark Collar as the 3 pack you show is the wrong
battery. It takes a 6Volt but in a Alkalinenot a Lithium 6volt.
Signed a very upset old Amazon customer
Nancy E. Vogee
23 of 25 found the following review helpful:
petsafe batteriesFeb 22, 2009
By Michael R. Watts
My wife, myself, and our dog MOSES trust these batteries to keep him safe. They are overly expensive and that does not make sense with the low price of other batteries and that is why only 4 stars. We conserve by removing the batteries when we take off his collar at night and he is inside. When the batteries are in, the unit is in the ON mode and the they are constantly draining power just like a cell phone charger regardless of whether or not there is a shock, so we just remove them when not in use and they last much longer. Of course if he sees a rabbit then he goes brain numb and no battery will stop him.
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Petsafe Wireless Fence and Batteries for Dog CollarsMar 01, 2008
By S. Buck
I am very pleased with our Wireless Fence. It has trained all of my dogs, some none too bright, mind you, to stay on our property like nothing else has done. Two of our dogs would often explode out of the door if we weren't being super alert, take off into the wooded area next to our home and not come back for days when we first adopted them from the shelter and before we could fully train them. Now they don't even try to leave the property. One 'beep' from the collar is more than enough to get them to stay on our property so I do not have to worry about them getting out and getting lost or causing an accident by runnning out in front of cars.
I am not completely pleased with the batteries for the wireless dog collar, being expensive and exclusive - only these batteries work with this particular unit's collar. Although they 'lock' onto the collar by a turn of the battery with a screwdriver or coin, if the dogs play too rough the batteries will often come off the collar into the grass of their long play area and being black are not always easy to find again. Fortunately, the dogs have had the collars for almost a year and are well conditioned to stay on the property now, even when the collar isn't working properly (they don't try to test out the boundaries anymore and one dog is utterly convinced that it is actually the little white flags that come with the unit, used for marking the boundaries, that are the problem!)
So these batteries do work well if they are properly locked in the collar, do last a long time *if* the dog isn't testing the unit all the time in trying to escape (as the collar gives off static charge to correct the dog, of course the battery loses power, but if it isn't being used except to beep occasionally as a warning that the dog is getting close to the boundary, they last about two and a half to three months on our dogs) However, these are the only possible batteries one can use in the collar. One cannot purchase them just anywhere, but only at certain pet stores or farm-supply stores or online sites and that is very inconvenient if you need a new battery quickly. They do cost a lot, although online I can now find them a little more cheaply even taking into account shipping vs the cost of the gas to drive out to the only area store that carries them.
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