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Energizer AA Batteries (48 Count)

Dual A Max Alkaline Battery, Up To 2 Years, The Zero Mercury Alkaline Battery, Fully Used Batteries

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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

Disadvantages

  • may not be leak resistant

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We analyzed 137,449 reviews for 106 products in the AA Batteries category.

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We analyzed a total of 2,233 reviews for this product. None were recent.

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Around 72% of reviews were positive and about 25% were negative.

Final Score:

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9.39 out of 10, based on these 5 factors:

  • Battery efficiency
  • Build quality
  • Overall performance
  • Packaging
  • Value for money
  • 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.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Why would I want to use disposable batteries since they are so cheap?

    A:

    It is not possible to use rechargeable batteries in all applications.

    Q:

    Isn't it true that it says 48 in the description but 24 in the title?

    A:

    There are 48 batteries in the package, so the description is correct.

    Q:

    The first picture of the batteries does not show "max" on them, is it really a 48-pack of aa energizer?

    A:

    I can't get a refund because almost half of my friends are dead.

    Q:

    What is the expiry date on your stock?

    A:

    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.

    Q:

    It's very misleading to say.04 cents a count when it's.53 cents a count.

    A:

    It's pretty obvious that it's a mistake and you should get over it.

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