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[Amazon] 24 battery count Energizer AA Ultimate Lithium $24.36 after S&S AC --$1.02 each

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Please excuse any rounding error for I placed 5% S&S in title and calculated it by hand.Amazon has coupons with S&S for some of the Energizer Ultimate Lithium. There are what ships with B_link branded Cameras, thus if you are in need of replacement or spares these are a decent deal.

In short, a 24 pack of the Energizer AA Ultimate Lithium has a $6.00 coupon on product page. At 5% S&S it makes it $31.96 - $1.60 - $6.00 on first subscription for $24.36 or $1.02 each. (Which about ties ($1 vs $1.02 this older 12 pack FP deal per battery price: https://slickdeals.net/f/13831022-12-count-energizer-ultimate-lithium-aa-batteries-11-99-w-s-s-more-free-s-h?src=SiteSearch )

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1


I had 15% S&S and got them for $22.65 or 94 cents each.



/ 8 Pack $9.64 after S&S AC
The 8 pack has a $2.50 coupon
Thus $12.78 - $0.60 -$2.50 for $9.64 or $1.20 each if you don't need as many. ($8.95 or $1.12 each if you have 15% S&S discount)
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1


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Side note. I just check and I got 14 months of battery use from the Blink XT camera at my front door. (which is my most busy camera). I can live with that for $2 worth of battery. Not the two years, but it's warned me a couple of times that it's in a high movement area.
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24 battery count
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Good deal! These sell for $2 a piece at Walmart.
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Stop spamming your own thread and stop using words that triggers deal alerts ...you did it on purpose

Stop being a mind reader, because you are wrong. I actually changed the title of this thread before I posted it to remove the words I assume you are talking about as to avoid false alarms. In the original posting I also removed the letter X and L for the same reason. If you have alarms that are triggering from thread discussion after the first posting then you have not written your alarms correctly. Especially a word that is as common as that.

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$21.17 for me before tax. Want these for my deadbolt. I'll take the longevity and not have to worry about a battery going dead when I'm running out the door and come back having to dig the key out of the car or praying I put it back in the car.
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$21.17 for me before tax. Want these for my deadbolt. I'll take the longevity and not have to worry about a battery going dead when I'm running out the door and come back having to dig the key out of the car or praying I put it back in the car.

Great idea. I've been using Best Buy store brand in mine (Yale) and replacing them every 6 months needed or not. That is a better idea.
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Side note. I just check and I got 14 months of battery use from the Blink XT camera at my front door. (which is my most busy camera). I can live with that for $2 worth of battery. Not the two years, but it's warned me a couple of times that it's in a high movement area.
Thanks for the info. I checked this wondering if my Blink uses these batteries because I wasn't 100% sure. Don't listen to that other person claiming you're spamming.

Edit: I bought the 8 pack since my Blink still has "OK" battery level/life.
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Thanks for the info. I checked this wondering if my Blink uses these batteries because I wasn't 100% sure. Don't listen to that other person claiming you're spamming.

Here's Bob [blinkforhome.com], Director of customer support at Blink.
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Energizer® Ultimate Lithium™ no questions about it, we've tested many and it's the reason why we ship with them.....Ultimate Lithium is the way to go, There are more and more lithium batteries coming onto the market and not all batteries are the same, nor are they rated properly or capable of delivering consistent voltage repeatably., We haven't tested one the even comes near the EUL performance. Here is a good article on the difference, it's more than what you'll want to know about batteries. http://data.energizer.com/pdfs/li...appman.pdf
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Here's Bob [blinkforhome.com], Director of customer support at Blink.
Yeah I knew the Blink used batteries that look like AA, just wasn't sure if they were these exact ones. Repped!
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The ones I bought from Costco has poor battery life than the regular alkalines. Anyone with a similar experience? Did I get a bad batch?

Will this be better?
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By the way, one thing that may surprise people about these is that they seem so "light" in weight. At first I assumed this meant they couldn't store as much power. But due to the different chemistry these in fact do have much higher energy storage; it's just stored without as much heavy elements in the battery. This is one reason these are also recommended for people doing backpacking/mountaineering, for GPSs, lights, emergency radios. They weigh less to carry and still store more energy. Also they can tolerate much colder temperatures without losing much capacity -- another reason they are good for outdoor cameras if used in winter.
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Great idea. I've been using Best Buy store brand in mine (Yale) and replacing them every 6 months needed or not. That is a better idea.
Yeah. I'm all for rechargeable, but there are things I'd rather not leave to chance.
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