Dry Battery Price in Pakistan

9 results for Dry Battery from 6 online stores. Dry Battery price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 349 to Rs. 1,999

LONG Dry Battery 6V 4.5Ah
 

Rs. 740

LONG Dry Battery 6V 4.5Ah

No reviews
Dry Battery Clamp BLUE
 

Rs. 847

Dry Battery Clamp BLUE

No reviews
Dry Battery Clamp Red
 

Rs. 847

Dry Battery Clamp Red

No reviews
Mohsin Traders Dry Battery Black (WP7-12)
 

Rs. 1,999

Mohsin Traders Dry Battery Black (WP7-12)

No reviews
Tool Shop 5 Piece Wama 27A 12V Alkaline Battery Cells 27Ae 27Mn Primary Dry B...
 

Rs. 550

Tool Shop 5 Piece Wama 27A 12V Alkaline Battery Cells 27Ae 27Mn Primary Dry B...

No reviews
Save 32% Noor Communication Long Dry 12V Battery
Rs. 2,499

Rs. 1,699

Noor Communication Long Dry 12V Battery

No reviews
Save 23% MainRoad DC 12 Volt Solar and Battery Iron
Rs. 2,200

Rs. 1,690

MainRoad DC 12 Volt Solar and Battery Iron

No reviews
Save 30% 5pcs 27A 12V Dry Alkaline Battery
Rs. 500

Rs. 349

5pcs 27A 12V Dry Alkaline Battery

No reviews
Save 30% 5 Pcs 23A 12 V Dry Alkaline Battery
Rs. 500

Rs. 349

5 Pcs 23A 12 V Dry Alkaline Battery

No reviews

Dry Battery Price in Pakistan

9 results for Dry Battery from 6 online stores. Dry Battery price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 349 to Rs. 1,999

Dry Battery price list

LONG Dry Battery 6V 4.5Ah Rs. 740
Dry Battery Clamp BLUE Rs. 847
Dry Battery Clamp Red Rs. 847
Mohsin Traders Dry Battery Black (WP7-12) Rs. 1,999
Tool Shop 5 Piece Wama 27A 12V Alkaline Battery Cells 27A... Rs. 550
Noor Communication Long Dry 12V Battery Rs. 1,699
MainRoad DC 12 Volt Solar and Battery Iron Rs. 1,690
5pcs 27A 12V Dry Alkaline Battery Rs. 349
5 Pcs 23A 12 V Dry Alkaline Battery Rs. 349

Dry Battery Overview

Dry batteries are slightly more costly but with the advantage of lasting longer and being more efficient. Also lesser chances of spillage and no leaking gasses. They are more compact in comparison to we-batteries as well.

Dry Battery Pros and Cons

More durable

Light in weight and small in size

Comparatively more environment-friendly

No maintenance

Higher initial cost

Dry Battery Description

Origins of the dry battery

The lead-acid battery, invented in 1859 by French physicist Gaston Planté. One of the earliest iterations, yet still one of the most widely used rechargeable batteries.

Why dry batteries are better

The main difference between a wet cell and dry cell battery is that the wet cell battery uses a liquid electrolyte, in comparison a dry cell uses a paste electrolyte. Despite having low energy-to-weight ratio and a low energy-to-volume ratio, its ability to supply high surge currents means that the cells have a relatively large power-to-weight ratio. Being sealed removes the chances of fumes, especially in closed spaces. In some countries, wet cells are banned in cars as well for this reason. The fumes from the acid add to environmental damage. It is recommended that dry batteries should be used with a UPS. Dry batteries are more durable and last longer. Also, generally they don't require maintenance as wet batteries do.

The downside

Once a dry battery is dead it doesn't pick up charge, in this instance, the wet battery would possibly keep going on despite it being near dead. Due to the fact that dry batteries are sealed the internally produced gasses can build up pressure. If one is placed near a heat source, a temperature spike in the battery could cause it to rupture and explode. The chemicals inside are dangerous and highly acidic to skin.