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Best Buy.com has 60-Pack Insignia AA or AAA Batteries on sale listed below. Store pickup is free, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks hondainsight408

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BestBuy has AA [bestbuy.com] and AAA [bestbuy.com] on sale $6.74 and $6.74 while supplies last. Choose free in store pickup.

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http://www.bestbuy.com/site/insig...Id=4971901

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http://www.bestbuy.com/site/insig...Id=4973600
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100% agree. I don't know if it's the manufacturing process that has changed or what, but the number of batteries that leak now seems to have gone up a lot.
I would say that of the last 50 pack I bought, which were Sears die hard's, nearly 15 of them developed acid leaks. Not acceptable.
Also, it doesn't seem to matter much if you go 'high end' and buy the copper tops, they are also leaking way more than they used to.

Between this and the Li ion's that go on fire, what's a fella to do these days?
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Sunbeam batteries are the worst batteries on the planet. Go on youtube to see the hundreds of videos. No battery can be as bad
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Too bad I just purchased these on the last deal of 8.99 each
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Are these good? I've never tried them.
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Was just about to post this deal. I have some of their batteries that are a few years old now and they work fine for Xbox controllers and remotes. I haven't tried them in anything high powered, but at this price the offer is too good to pass up. I stocked up on AA, but still have plenty of AAA left from the last deal.
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Needed some AA, thanks
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Are these good? I've never tried them.
They are good for controllers and remotes but don't expect a high battery life from them
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How do these compare to the 10-pack and 8-pack sunbeam batteries from the dollar tree?
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How do these compare to the 10-pack and 8-pack sunbeam batteries from the dollar tree?
They are crap compared to this. I used the sunbeam C-Batteries and I can only assume they are the same. I used 4xC-Batteries for a portable air bed pump. The cheap 7$ one you get from Target/Walmart. The battery drained in 40 seconds of pumping. To where it was barely even pumping air anymore and completely died in 30 more seconds.
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Using them for my little torch.
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They are crap compared to this. I used the sunbeam C-Batteries and I can only assume they are the same. I used 4xC-Batteries for a portable air bed pump. The cheap 7$ one you get from Target/Walmart. The battery drained in 40 seconds of pumping. To where it was barely even pumping air anymore and completely died in 30 more seconds.

Sunbeam batteries are the worst batteries on the planet. Go on youtube to see the hundreds of videos. No battery can be as bad
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Rechargeable batteries are better so as avoid battery leakage and damage to electronic components.
100% agree. I don't know if it's the manufacturing process that has changed or what, but the number of batteries that leak now seems to have gone up a lot.
I would say that of the last 50 pack I bought, which were Sears die hard's, nearly 15 of them developed acid leaks. Not acceptable.
Also, it doesn't seem to matter much if you go 'high end' and buy the copper tops, they are also leaking way more than they used to.

Between this and the Li ion's that go on fire, what's a fella to do these days?
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Are these a direct competition to Duracell?
I would rate Duracell batteries at the very bottom and wonder how they are still in business. I can't say how many electronics stopped working and to find a ruptured Duracell battery inside. We use Duracell at work and had to throw away several flashlights because the Duracell swelled up so bad and couldn't remove them. Duracell=over priced junk

The Insignia batteries seem to last just as long as the name brand and I have never had one leak on me. I would jump all over this deal if I didn't already have a drawer full from the last Slickdeal.
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