Energizer AA Batteries (48 Count)
Dual A Max Alkaline Battery, Up To 2 Years, The Zero Mercury Alkaline Battery, Fully Used Batteries
What We Like
- Ideal for toys, flashlights, clocks, remotes and more
- Comes in a pack of 48 that makes it cost-effective
- The batteries can hold power up to 10 years in storage that ensures long-lasting usage
- may not be leak resistant
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9.39 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Energizer AA Batteries (48 Count)
I am using the prices as of me writing up this review, Duracell - $18.98, 20 count, AmazonBasics - $18.66, 48 count, about 39c/
I love how Energizer comes packaged, so you don't have to pick through the whole box to get a single one, and the small boxes of batteries make it easy to grab one for whatever you need.
They are affordable and last a long time, so we give the extra ones out at Christmas.
It's easy to store batteries around the house if you have a big box with smaller 4 packs inside, as they're just next to the remotes the batteries go in.
I need batteries in my bedroom all the time, and they are a better value than the larger sizes I'm used to paying in the stores.
Why would I want to use disposable batteries since they are so cheap?
It is not possible to use rechargeable batteries in all applications.
Isn't it true that it says 48 in the description but 24 in the title?
There are 48 batteries in the package, so the description is correct.
The first picture of the batteries does not show "max" on them, is it really a 48-pack of aa energizer?
I can't get a refund because almost half of my friends are dead.
What is the expiry date on your stock?
The batteries with a copyright notice on the outside boxes and an expiration date on the batteries themselves of 12/2029 were ordered on December 1, 2019.
It's very misleading to say.04 cents a count when it's.53 cents a count.
It's pretty obvious that it's a mistake and you should get over it.