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Pack of 20 1.5V AA Alkaline Batteries
Improved anti-corrosion components and new zinc composition resulting in 10-years anti-leakage shelf life
Designed to provide reliable and lasting performance for both high and low drain devices
Unique Japanese technology that enables better performance after storage, over-discharge, and high temperatures
Works with a variety of devices including digital cameras, game controllers, toys, and clocks; do not attempt to recharge
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Last Edited by oceanlake September 21, 2019 at 11:15 AM
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I use rechargeable batteries mostly but have plenty of devices that just need regular AA batteries. AmazonBasics' rechargeable batteries are pretty great from the reviews and first hand experience, but their normal alkaline batteries i've determined to be complete crap. The last time I bought a large package 5 of the batteries when connected to a voltmeter showed they came with only 0.9v which isn't nearly enough to run most electronics at the 1.5v specification. I stick with this brand called VONIKO - and I know it sounds sketchy, but when I purchased a 48-pack of them for $12 on Amazon and connected a voltmeter to every last battery, they were all within 0.02v of each other and IMO last just as long as most Duracell batteries do which is surprising since I consider these batteries to be a generic-brand. Before you drop your money on the AmazonBasics batteries, just take a look at the 48-pack from this brand and make your own decisions.

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Anyone still getting this discount?
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Their rechargeable AmazonBasics batteries from a couple of years are definitely not the same quality as Eneloops. Most that I bought lost capacity or are dead while Eneloops are going strong. I know these are not rechargeable but I would not count on them being the same quality as top tier Duracells
I concur. I had to toss a few basics because they wouldn't charge correctly. I did discover that they may charge again in a slow charger. When using a Panasonic quick charger, they just flash an error.
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20 pk. Alkaline AA - $5.82 with tax, free ship. I'm in. Thx OP.
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Horrible quality. Won't get them even if free
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These batteries don't last long at all - I bought a pack before I switched over to recharging batteries - awful quality.

Get yourself recharging Eneloop batteries - it will save you money in the long term, and it's much better for the environment. They go on sale often enough.
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I've had multiple really bad experiences with the best buy insignia battery deals. The batteries don't last at all and I'd say about a quarter of them were dead prior to first use. I'm sure others have had perfectly fine experiences but after my second batch of crap batteries I swore the insignia brand off.
I've purchased two packs and both have performed very well for me. I only use them on my Xbox controller and tv remotes
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