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These better than Best Buy Insignia brand which are crap?
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anyone know the quality of these? are the prone to leaking?

i avoid the costco kirkland batteries because they always leak...
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64 AA for $11.49 in case anyone was wondering...

https://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-A...8xWmxAHXI0
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Kirkland are white label Duracells. I've had good look with Amazon's house brand of batteries for general use. I've tried all the big brand names and they're the best in terms of long term performance and cost. For rechargables, nothing can beat Eneloop.
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Kirkland are white label Duracells. I've had good look with Amazon's house brand of batteries for general use. I've tried all the big brand names and they're the best in terms of long term performance and cost. For rechargables, nothing can beat Eneloop.
Except the fact that they aren't and they are highly corrosive
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These are no better than insignia one that often go on sale. These are just as bad if not worse. Kirkland batteries have really gotten worse the past three years, they were good 10 yrs ago. I only buy rayovacs or anything made in USA!
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These better than Best Buy Insignia brand which are crap?
Yo Mama's crap. Jk. Could someone do a ranking of the batteries? Amazon? Best buy? Kirkland sells batteries? I've bought the former two, didn't even know the latter existed. Which ones are best? I use these for motion lights in the house and the sons uh bytches always die, but isn't that the way they say it goes, well let's forget all that, can someone rank these suckers? I gotta pee.

I go through these like a hooker goes through condoms.

I can't tell for shyt which is better, tbh, if someone knows, I'd like to know, thanks!

Otherwise, $0.15 /ea is the norm, be it best buy, Amazon, or this brand. If this is actually good, though, il get it.

Someone provide some insight on what the best AAA are
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anyone know the quality of these? are the prone to leaking?

i avoid the costco kirkland batteries because they always leak...
Wow, they leak? That's bad! Glad I never got or even knew kland made batteries. I've used Best Buy and Amzn batteries, they don't leak, but I'm not sure which is best. Is this better than those?

Btw, leaking battery, that's bad! I had a battery leak on an expensive TI calculator in college (years ago), man I was pissed. Stained acid on it. But in my case, the battery had just been sitting in the sucker for a while.

I notice if you leave a battery sitting in your electronic, be it a calculator or old Walkman, you may be in for a surprise when you unpack the sucker from storage.

If I store something, I try to remember to do so with no battery.

That may help, but not to discount your claim on the Kirkland's - you may very well be right and they may be more prone to leaking, I never used or knew Kirkland made batteries, but il avoid em now.

I'd like to know which AAA are the best, from Best Buy, Insignia, Ikea, Amazon, and heck, even this HDX thing. Oh, and dollar store durcell and Energizer too. Someone rank em, plzzzzzz

I got through these like a hooker goes through condoms, I need to conserve for the environment :}
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Wow, they leak? That's bad! Glad I never got or even knew kland made batteries. I've used Best Buy and Amzn batteries, they don't leak, but I'm not sure which is best. Is this better than those?

Btw, leaking battery, that's bad! I had a battery leak on an expensive TI calculator in college (years ago), man I was pissed. Stained acid on it. But in my case, the battery had just been sitting in the sucker for a while.

I notice if you leave a battery sitting in your electronic, be it a calculator or old Walkman, you may be in for a surprise when you unpack the sucker from storage.

If I store something, I try to remember to do so with no battery.

That may help, but not to discount your claim on the Kirkland's - you may very well be right and they may be more prone to leaking, I never used or knew Kirkland made batteries, but il avoid em now.

I'd like to know which AAA are the best, from Best Buy, Insignia, Ikea, Amazon, and heck, even this HDX thing. Oh, and dollar store durcell and Energizer too. Someone rank em, plzzzzzz

I got through these like a hooker goes through condoms, I need to conserve for the environment :}
Why don't you invest in some rechargeables? Cheaper in the long run and better for the environment . Win win
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Why don't you invest in some rechargeables? Cheaper in the long run and better for the environment . Win win
Unlike rechargeable batteries that contain toxic metals, Alkaline batteries contain manganese, steel and zinc, all of which are naturally occurring metals that pose no threat to the environment as determine by EPA studies. The manufacturing process for rechargeable uses far more energy then in the manufacturing of alkaline batteries and if rechargeable's are not properly recycled they are extremely hazardous for the environment.
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Wow, they leak? That's bad! Glad I never got or even knew kland made batteries. I've used Best Buy and Amzn batteries, they don't leak, but I'm not sure which is best. Is this better than those?

Btw, leaking battery, that's bad! I had a battery leak on an expensive TI calculator in college (years ago), man I was pissed. Stained acid on it. But in my case, the battery had just been sitting in the sucker for a while.

I notice if you leave a battery sitting in your electronic, be it a calculator or old Walkman, you may be in for a surprise when you unpack the sucker from storage.

If I store something, I try to remember to do so with no battery.

That may help, but not to discount your claim on the Kirkland's - you may very well be right and they may be more prone to leaking, I never used or knew Kirkland made batteries, but il avoid em now.

I'd like to know which AAA are the best, from Best Buy, Insignia, Ikea, Amazon, and heck, even this HDX thing. Oh, and dollar store durcell and Energizer too. Someone rank em, plzzzzzz

I got through these like a hooker goes through condoms, I need to conserve for the environment :}
I have stopped buying Costco Kirkland too. I will say 20% leak and some 2% die in storage before being used.
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Unlike rechargeable batteries that contain toxic metals, Alkaline batteries contain manganese, steel and zinc, all of which are naturally occurring metals that pose no threat to the environment as determine by EPA studies. The manufacturing process for rechargeable uses far more energy then in the manufacturing of alkaline batteries and if rechargeable's are not properly recycled they are extremely hazardous for the environment.
That's why I eat my old Alkaline batteries. As you said, they contain manganese, iron and zinc, it saves me money on mineral supplements.

FACT: the minerals in Alkaline batteries increase your endogenous production of testosterone. Eat your used batteries.
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