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20-Pack Energizer Advanced Lithium Batteries (AA or AAA) EXPIRED

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Electronics.Woot.com has 20-Pack Energizer Advanced Lithium Batteries (AA or AAA) on sale for $16.99 each. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise shipping is $6 flat rate. Thanks ianjpinch

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  • 20-Pack Energizer Advanced Lithium AA Batteries (EA91)
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Energizer Advanced Lithium AA (2030) or AAA (2026) Batteries - 20 Pack $16.99 woot.com

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This must be some older stock as they are now called Energizer Ultimate Lithium. The 18-Pack at Sam's Club right now is $18.98 (w/$3 Tech Savings) and they are newer stock than these. This is a slightly better deal if you plan on blowing through these quickly.
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Why would you have to use these quickly? AA expires 2030 and AAA 2026.
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This must be some older stock as they are now called Energizer Ultimate Lithium. The 18-Pack at Sam's Club right now is $18.98 (w/$3 Tech Savings) and they are newer stock than these. This is a slightly better deal if you plan on blowing through these quickly.
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This must be some older stock as they are now called Energizer Ultimate Lithium. The 18-Pack at Sam's Club right now is $18.98 (w/$3 Tech Savings) and they are newer stock than these. This is a slightly better deal if you plan on blowing through these quickly.
Why would you have to use these quickly? AA expires 2030 and AAA 2026.
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Just a note, blink camera prefers Lithum,
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This must be some older stock as they are now called Energizer Ultimate Lithium. The 18-Pack at Sam's Club right now is $18.98 (w/$3 Tech Savings) and they are newer stock than these. This is a slightly better deal if you plan on blowing through these quickly.
I'm fairly certain that Energizer dates the lithium for 10 years expiration. That'd make this stock from 2016 & 2012 respectively.
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Why would you have to use these quickly? AA expires 2030 and AAA 2026.
Seriously LOL 😂
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Shipping 6 bucks! Not good deal
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This must be some older stock as they are now called Energizer Ultimate Lithium. The 18-Pack at Sam's Club right now is $18.98 (w/$3 Tech Savings) and they are newer stock than these. This is a slightly better deal if you plan on blowing through these quickly.
No, they're different performance levels. I've seen both side by side and priced differently
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The advanced vs the ultimate are about 2/3 the capacity. Factor that into your decision. I used the ultimates for medical equipment and they are far better.
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Shipping 6 bucks! Not good deal
Free shipping with Amazon Prime
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Free shipping with Amazon Prime
Would it also be 1-day shipping?
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I put these in electronics that don't get used as often as they are much less likely to leak. My Gameboy Color and those types of things that aren't regularly used but I like to be able to just pop in a cartridge and play my games at will.
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The advanced vs the ultimate are about 2/3 the capacity. Factor that into your decision. I used the ultimates for medical equipment and they are far better.
I'm surprised it's that large of a difference
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I'm fairly certain that Energizer dates the lithium for 10 years expiration. That'd make this stock from 2016 & 2012 respectively.
Edit: Other places say Advanced Lithiums have 12y exp dates, so these are quite new, perhaps mfg'd last year.
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