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Home Depot has 60-Pack HDX Alkaline Batteries (AA or AAA) for $9.88. Select free store pickup if stock permits to save on shipping. Thanks way2fast

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Created 10-31-2018 at 08:43 AM by way2fast
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Guess they never heard of Thomas the Train/PJ Masks/Paw Patrol?
They've had their phases and definitely know all of them. Funny enough we just bought some PJ Mask toy from Sam's Club as part of our 4yo christmas present.
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I've had more items ruined by Duracells than anything else.
I have used many procell for many years and never had a leak.
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They cancelled my order... womp womp...
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Harbor freight literally giving away 24packs like every 2 months. It's not the best quality but works for me.
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I personally would wait for 100% Back on Duracell batteries from Office Depot. Those batteries are always good. Never had problems.
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I've had more items ruined by Duracells than anything else.
Me too. I don't use many batteries but I do use Alkaline in slow usage device like remote and outdoor thermometer, etc... had at least 4-5 incident of leaks with Duracells but never with any cheapo (Bestbuy, etc) batteries. I never had problem with Duracell in the old days (10+ years ago).
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I'm getting ready to swap out the batteries in my smoke alarms. Rechargeables would require me buying a bunch of them. Do that or just buy something like these?
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Got a red exclamation mark next to this deal, what does it mean!???
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I've had more items ruined by Duracells than anything else.
Batteries in sealed compartments are the problem. Alkaline batteries need oxygen for some reason or they tend to leak. If you are using them in a sealed battery compartment use non alkalines.
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White vinegar works extremely well for cleaning up alkaline battery acid. You may be very surprised.
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White vinegar works extremely well for cleaning up alkaline battery acid. You may be very surprised.
Not surprised. Alkaline = high base, Vinegar = high acidity. They neutralize each other
PH Chemistry!
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I learned many valuable lessons tossing gadgets ruined by cheap battery acid in the garbage. I'll stick with the big brands going forward.
I have no any cheap batteries ruined my devices except Duracell, I swear wil never buy any duracell or kirkland signature (made by duracell)
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I've had more items ruined by Duracells than anything else.
Second that, in fact except Duracell no other cheap battery ruined my devices, this tuesday even found 2 duracell AA sitting in the package started to leak, what a joke for a big name.
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60 batteries would power my family for 2 years
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60 batteries would power my family for 2 years
and here I am spending my hard-earned money on food and water - where do you put the batteries? I have an idea, but i REALLY don't want to guess wrong.
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I'm getting ready to swap out the batteries in my smoke alarms. Rechargeables would require me buying a bunch of them. Do that or just buy something like these?
Rechargeable batteries will need to be charged regularly in devices like that. Please be safe and put the standard batteries in that they are designed for.
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