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Promoted 12-15-2015 by johnny_miller at 02:43 PM View Original Post
Zoro.com has select Duracell Procell & Energizer Alkaline Batteries on sale from $5.60. Shipping is free. Thanks bluewhackadoo

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Duracell Procell Batteries:Energizer Batteries:

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Similar prices to last years +179 Frontpage deal. -johnny_miller

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  • Purchases over $150 can save 20% promo code SHOVELSALE.

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Edited December 15, 2015 at 02:19 PM by johnny_miller
Zoro.com is offering free shipping on all orders (no minimum) through 12/19, $5 off $25 code available to first time customers that sign up for email newsletter [zoro.com], 20% off orders $150 or above with code SHOVELSALE expires 12/15.

BATTERY DEALS:

24 Pack "AAA" Duracell Procell - $6.14 [zoro.com]
24 Pack "AA" Energizer - $5.60 [zoro.com]
24 Pack "AA" Duracell Procell - $6.20 [zoro.com]
12 Pack "C" Duracell Procell - $6.38 [zoro.com]
12 Pack "D" Duracell Procell - $7.90 [zoro.com]
12 Pack "9V" Energizer - $13.42 [zoro.com]
12 Pack "9V" Duracell Procell - $13.52 [zoro.com]
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because I have children that lose the rechargeable batteries
They make more sense and last longer in long-term, low-drain devices. Remote controls, smoke detectors, wireless computer mice, emergency-use flashlights, etc. Anything that's going to sit for more than a few months without much power usage. Over that time scale, rechargeables will lose a noticeable amount of charge simply by sitting, while alkalines basically don't. Also, anything long-term, low-use like that will basically tie up your more expensive rechargeables, so if you can get good alkalines this cheap, it's more economical.


Yes - I've placed several orders with no problems. Reliable company, quality products, quick shipping. As mentioned - they're sort of the less-industrial face of Grainger, which is large and very well-known.
they don't hog all your power outlets

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why do people still use non rechargeable batteries?
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why do people still use non rechargeable batteries?
because I have children that lose the rechargeable batteries
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why do people still use non rechargeable batteries?
they don't hog all your power outlets
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Anyone have any dealings with this website? I have never heard of it, but that's a really good price for some AA's that I need.
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Anyone have any dealings with this website? I have never heard of it, but that's a really good price for some AA's that I need.
They are a subsidiary of W.W. Grainger [grainger.com]. Similar deal made FP last December, had no complaints about slow delivery times or quality of product received.
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Anyone have any dealings with this website? I have never heard of it, but that's a really good price for some AA's that I need.
Done business q/ 3 times------no problems.
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why do people still use non rechargeable batteries?
They make more sense and last longer in long-term, low-drain devices. Remote controls, smoke detectors, wireless computer mice, emergency-use flashlights, etc. Anything that's going to sit for more than a few months without much power usage. Over that time scale, rechargeables will lose a noticeable amount of charge simply by sitting, while alkalines basically don't. Also, anything long-term, low-use like that will basically tie up your more expensive rechargeables, so if you can get good alkalines this cheap, it's more economical.

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Anyone have any dealings with this website? I have never heard of it, but that's a really good price for some AA's that I need.
Yes - I've placed several orders with no problems. Reliable company, quality products, quick shipping. As mentioned - they're sort of the less-industrial face of Grainger, which is large and very well-known.
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need some batteries.
thanks op.
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thank u original poster.
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in for a pack each of AA and AAAs
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Thanks, OP----ordered some-------repped.
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why do people still use non rechargeable batteries?

To say nothing of the pita having to recharge them all the time since they do not hold a charge as long and the annoyance when they stop holding a charge at all. Regular AA or AAA alkaline batteries are less than 50 cents each and can be had for almost nothing on sale (just got 34 Energizers for $6 and change on Amazon) so why would anyone bother pulling out re-chargers and dealing with all that nonsense when one can just toss the dead ones and put in fresh ones?
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