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GEILIENERGY NICD AA Batteries for Solar Light (Pack of 20), Yellow Color as low as $11.83 with 10% Amazon S&S & 10% off clipped coupon

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Amazon has the GEILIENERGY NICD AA Rechargeable Battery for Solar Lights, Solar Lamps, or Garden Lights (Pack of 20) in the Yellow Color for $11.83 (59 cents ea.) after 10% clipped coupon and 10% of S&S if you have 5 or more items.

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Item(s) Subtotal: $14.79
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Subscribe & Save: -$1.48
Your Coupon Savings: -$1.48
Total before tax: $11.83

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NICD? Seriously? I thought this NICD type should be made illegal by now due to the inefficiency.
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NICD? Seriously? I thought this NICD type should be made illegal by now due to the inefficiency.
?? NiCd aren't and never were inefficient. They simply have different characteristics than NiMH and are suited to different applications.
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?? NiCd aren't and never were inefficient. They simply have different characteristics than NiMH and are suited to different applications.
True, but they do pose a serious risk to the environment due to their toxic chemistry.
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