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Although these are inexpensive, they are not as good as energizer or duracell alkaline batteries. My wife has been buying these for about the last year. My observation is they last about 30% to 50% the life of Energizer or Duracells. This may be fine for some items, but I get annoyed having to change the batteries in the remote controls and other devices so often.
Also these are disposable batteries and add even more waste to the environment due to the amount needed.

This observation applies to both AA and AAA Amazon basic alkaline batteries.
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Very important, always need backup batteries for fleshlights in case of emergency
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Ive been using these batteries for about 2 years now. I had gotten the 100 pack for like $16 and still have a good amount left. They work great for the nightlight in the bathroom & all my remotes.I have to change em out pretty much about the same time as I would with Duracells. Duracells are more expensive and I havent had long battery life with them in the years I have used them.
I definitely recommend them if you have a logitech harmony remote, firestick remotes, and anything else that isnt USB powered.
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Although these are inexpensive, they are not as good as energizer or duracell alkaline batteries. My wife has been buying these for about the last year. My observation is they last about 30% to 50% the life of Energizer or Duracells. This may be fine for some items, but I get annoyed having to change the batteries in the remote controls and other devices so often.
Also these are disposable batteries and add even more waste to the environment due to the amount needed.

This observation applies to both AA and AAA Amazon basic alkaline batteries.
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Ive been using these batteries for about 2 years now. I had gotten the 100 pack for like $16 and still have a good amount left. They work great for the nightlight in the bathroom & all my remotes.I have to change em out pretty much about the same time as I would with Duracells. Duracells are more expensive and I havent had long battery life with them in the years I have used them.
I definitely recommend them if you have a logitech harmony remote, firestick remotes, and anything else that isnt USB powered.
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Bought these on sale 6 weeks ago and installed them in my motion activated trash can about 4 weeks ago. They already needed replacing yesterday. My duracells lasted for 3-4 months.

These are very weak!!!!

Bought RayoVac a few weeks ago after reading good reviews; hopeful for better performance at a decent price.
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These seem to be much better... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006QZCR5O/
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I wonder what project farm has to say about these.
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Ive been using these batteries for about 2 years now. I had gotten the 100 pack for like $16 and still have a good amount left. They work great for the nightlight in the bathroom & all my remotes.I have to change em out pretty much about the same time as I would with Duracells. Duracells are more expensive and I havent had long battery life with them in the years I have used them.
I definitely recommend them if you have a logitech harmony remote, firestick remotes, and anything else that isnt USB powered.
Agreed. The larger quantities are awesome to have around the house. No issue with longevity but with so many in a box, it's not a bother to swap them out if they lose charge.

For anything that requires actual heavy duty use - I default to my Eneloops.

Separate tools for separate uses!
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Although these are inexpensive, they are not as good as energizer or duracell alkaline batteries. My wife has been buying these for about the last year. My observation is they last about 30% to 50% the life of Energizer or Duracells. This may be fine for some items, but I get annoyed having to change the batteries in the remote controls and other devices so often.
Also these are disposable batteries and add even more waste to the environment due to the amount needed.

This observation applies to both AA and AAA Amazon basic alkaline batteries.
You can add AAAA to that list. I had bought some for my SP Pen and not only do they have short in-use lives but also when not used. I had to toss out 6 of my 8 pack because the contacts on each side of the battery had corroded like a car battery
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I wonder what project farm has to say about these.
Project farm has a video on these. It's true they're not as good as some of the top 2 battery brands out there. But keep in mind how much cheaper they are. They're basically 3rd place batteries for the price of harbor freight or less. And those batteries are junk. I've been using them the last few months and for not super critical things like remotes they're working just fine. The nice thing is they give right out the gates good power. Some of the discount batteries for some reason are half flat. So like if you use an electric tooth brush the cheaper batteries will make it run super slow. These run the tooth brush fast. Lithium ion batteries are the way to go but if you need some cheap back up batteries this is better than spending 20$ for duracel
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Been using Amazon batteries since they came out. Great value and work great for remote. I might have to change remote batteries once or twice a year. For the price, it's worth it
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$1 or less a 4 pk should be your price point. I see it enough that I'm surprised this made front page.
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Still no "C" battery love???? Double & Triple A sales are so common. It's like getting a restaurant coupon every week from your local restaurant. LMAO
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