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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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I ordered 1 each. My HD called said they can't locate the pallet in receiving so instead they gave me 2x36 AA packs and 2x30 AAA of Energizer Max. Jus picked em up. Thnx OP. Repped
Just had an Xbox controller and a $40 LED Tactical flashlight ruined by Duracell!
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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?
Buy lithium batteries and write the date you install them on your smoke detector battery compartment cover. I don't understand people cheaping out on batteries in a device that could potentially save your life.

I'm all for saving a buck via slickdeals, but not when it comes to something like that.
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Holy feces. Unless these are complete garbage, this is a pretty killer deal. Tempting. I'd like to pick them up just to have a bunch around (and for emergency, bug-out bag, etc) but I think they'd hit their expiration long before I'd use them all.
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All batteries leak. Tried all the big names and all of the small names that have popped up on SD. Duracell AA's that exploded small holes at the top, took pictures, emailed to Duracell, they never responded, called and they took my info never did anything. Energizers that ruined two great flashlights. Ultra N-RGY (old TigerDirect) leaked in my work magnifier lights ruined them. Many other brands as well; Rayvac, Amazon, Insignia, HDX, etc. I had to set up a system to rotate batteries out every 3 months even if the product never got used. ALL brands leaked inside their own packaging and when I pulled them out into an open organizer. Can't win.
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Duracell are the worst, I will never buy them again, they 9 out of ten times if there's leakage, it's from Duracell
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And here we go again about being made in the USA or in the CHINA.
It could be made in The Russia or on The Moon.

It simply depends how well it was made and what chemistry is uses.
Then you can slap any brand and price it accordingly.

So if they are at say 70% quality/capacity of Energizer, it may be worth it.
But also take into account environmental impact. You will produce much more trash.

Not to mention frequent battery replacements...
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I've had more items ruined by Duracells than anything else.
I agree and adding energizer as well!
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Buy lithium batteries and write the date you install them on your smoke detector battery compartment cover. I don't understand people cheaping out on batteries in a device that could potentially save your life.

I'm all for saving a buck via slickdeals, but not when it comes to something like that.
It's true ... speaking of smoke detector ...

So a few months ago I had a Kidde smoke detector started beeping after about 2 years in use. So I replaced 2 AA batteries (Kidde own brand) with shrink-wrapped Panasonic alkaline. Still beeping. So I put in 2 Insignia that I bought from Best Buy like 3 months ago. Still beeping.

So I called Kidde, saying it's a defective smoke detector. (it has 5 years warranty, and I moved into the new house 2 years ago.) And described my batteries episode.

The lady asked about battery specifics and said, NO, you have to use fresh and good batteries, with at least 10 years expiration remaining. I said, ok, to prove that, I will go get new Duracell, Sony or Maxell. She said, No, that won't work, go get Kidde brand from Walmart, or use Energizer or Rayovac.

So I bought Energizer, and the smoke detector indeed stopped beeping.
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I've had more items ruined by Duracells than anything else.
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Just had an Xbox controller and a $40 LED Tactical flashlight ruined by Duracell!
Supposedly Duracell will fix or replace items damaged by their batteries.
https://www.duracell.com/en-us/te...-disposal/
Scroll all the way to the bottom "Duracell Battery Guarantee".
I've never tried to file a claim, but worth a shot if you still have your damaged items.
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Just had an Xbox controller and a $40 LED Tactical flashlight ruined by Duracell!
well for a start a "tactical flashlight" shouldn't be running on aa's...

18650 or bust, even nimh, they just never leak, and when you factor in the cost per use, it blows even these deals away. Initial cost x250-1000 recharges per cell.
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Everything HDX is garbage, even their products for garbage
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Ordered HDX AA, The guy packed AAA and left it at front desk. I found that before signing, tried searching for a AA and couldn't find so they asked me "Sir, are you ok for replacing with Rayovacs ($27 before tax price) 60 nos" ? I said, Of course yes mam and got the Rayovacs.
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If anyone can hold out until or after Black Friday they'll be a lot of blister packs on sale at the same or even cheaper than this deal.
That being said, while rechargeables are highly practical and efficient in the hands of adults it is not so much during the holidays especially gift-giving electronics to children. I would even argue that most kids ignore the labeling and throwout rechargeables accidentally which pose similar concerns to the environment as disposables. Either way it's up to us as adults to check your community to see if there's a battery recycling program available or buy consumer items that have rechargeable modules built in if possible to reduce impact.
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Get this shit free at work so idc
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how is HDX compared to Dollar tree brand batteries?
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