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100ct is $14.06 on S&S with 18% coupon right now. All this battery talk going on with Anker and Amazon, I didn't see the 100 one mentioned. Pretty much the same price and the Anker 48ct.

AmazonBasics AAA 1.5 Volt Performance Alkaline Batteries - Pack of 100 [amazon.com]

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Yeah, these are actually some of the most polluting alkaline batteries on the planet since they're manufacturer with little environmental oversight in Indonesia. [medium.com]

With how affordable low self discharge rechargeable batteries are nowadays just buy a set of the good rechargeable AAA's and stop generating so much waste. The best deal is to buy the IKEA LADDA AAA's which are marked Made in Japan-they're rebranded high capacity eneloops but sold for cheap at IKEA. For the same price as these disposables you can buy 8 of the rechargeables and recharge them 500 times.
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When a storm hits and you're without power for week, how do you recharge those rechargables? I ask because that happened to me 4 years ago.
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I think the voltage on most rechargeables is slightly lower than regular batteries at about 1.2V. Regular batteries are 1.5V. This is dependent on the composition. A higher capacity rechargeable should last longer before the voltage drops further. Some electronics do not have as big of a range input and may not function properly(or at all) on rechargables. Something to keep in mind for those that want to shun another person when they themselves don't understand why(Not directed at quote poster) Smilie
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should collect deposit for batteries ...
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I'll give them a try. Thanks OP!
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I'll give them a try. Thanks OP!
Welcome. Ordered them myself mostly ffo a laser pointer and then to split up with the family. I've given up on trying to get them to commit to rechargeables.
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Yeah, these are actually some of the most polluting alkaline batteries on the planet since they're manufacturer with little environmental oversight in Indonesia. [medium.com]

With how affordable low self discharge rechargeable batteries are nowadays just buy a set of the good rechargeable AAA's and stop generating so much waste. The best deal is to buy the IKEA LADDA AAA's which are marked Made in Japan-they're rebranded high capacity eneloops but sold for cheap at IKEA. For the same price as these disposables you can buy 8 of the rechargeables and recharge them 500 times.
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Great for the crap ton of Thomas trains my son has. Thanks op!
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With price like this, feel guilty about the environment. Even globalization.
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You do _NOT_ need 100 batteries. The environment does not need 100 batteries.

Start replacing your batteries with rechargeable batteries, and stop adding to the landfills.

This is $1 less than the standard price. You are saving a penny on each battery. This has been cheaper. Even as a deal, it's stale.
I purchased a 48ct. last year around this time and they are just about gone. So 100 should last a couple of years. Thanks!

Sorry, I have tried the rechargeable route, but...do you know how many rechargeables we have bought and lost in various items? I'm sure a bunch have been thrown away in items no longer used. Other's get lost in items around the house. Just not worth it. The only rechargeable set I truly recharge is the set in my LED headlamp, as I'm using it constantly. But I only need 3 for that.
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I have easily around 100 rechargable batteries but I've found a few applications don't work with rechargable. For example my z-wave motion detectors and z-wave mouse traps show less than a 40% charge on freshly charged batteries so I use disposable in those situations. Does this mean I need to get higher capacity (more expensive) rechargable batteries with these devices?
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I purchased a 48ct. last year around this time and they are just about gone. So 100 should last a couple of years. Thanks!

Sorry, I have tried the rechargeable route, but...do you know how many rechargeables we have bought and lost in various items? I'm sure a bunch have been thrown away in items no longer used. Other's get lost in items around the house. Just not worth it. The only rechargeable set I truly recharge is the set in my LED headlamp, as I'm using it constantly. But I only need 3 for that.
this is my biggest problem with rechargeables, once I stick it into a toy I can't remember which one has it.
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I have easily around 100 rechargable batteries but I've found a few applications don't work with rechargable. For example my z-wave motion detectors and z-wave mouse traps show less than a 40% charge on freshly charged batteries so I use disposable in those situations. Does this mean I need to get higher capacity (more expensive) rechargable batteries with these devices?
I think the voltage on most rechargeables is slightly lower than regular batteries at about 1.2V. Regular batteries are 1.5V. This is dependent on the composition. A higher capacity rechargeable should last longer before the voltage drops further. Some electronics do not have as big of a range input and may not function properly(or at all) on rechargables. Something to keep in mind for those that want to shun another person when they themselves don't understand why(Not directed at quote poster) Smilie
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