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Anker Alkaline AAA Batteries (48-Pack), Long-Lasting & Leak-Proof with PowerLock Technology, High Capacity Triple A Batteries with Adaptive Power and Superior Safety (Non-Rechargeable)

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I need one of those $8 Insignia deals for AA and AAA
YES! I got sick of Duracells leaking all the time and messing up electronics or even leaking in the damn package unused. These are advertised as leak-proof and so far, they seem to be keeping that promise. Capacity wise, they seem to be functioning just as well as popular brands. I also love the packaging.

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Are these batteries any good?
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$9.49 with 5% SS or $8.99 with 10%

Anker Alkaline Batteries The Premium AAA Batteries with PowerLock Technology. Brought to You By Anker From high-speed chargers to cables that last for life, to batteries equipped with a PowerLock ring that keeps power sealed away for a decade; Anker is the global leader in mobile power. Adaptive Power Anker batteries deliver only the power your device requires—no more, no less. This means that they work flawlessly with any device that takes AA/AAA batteries. PowerLock An interlocking mechanism and sturdy rubber seal prevent all leaks and ingress into each battery's essential components. PowerLock keeps all the power safely inside the battery's casing until it's ready to be used. Power for a Decade Anker batteries retain their power for up to 10 years, but ordinary batteries suffer from constant passive power loss, making Anker the superior choice. Buying batteries in bulk has never made so much sense. Recycling Ready To reduce environmental impact, our batteries use cutting-edge components and contain no mercury or cadmium. They are built from recycled parts and are designed to be recycled again—even the packaging is recyclable. Note Always check if your local municipality has a battery recycling program. These Batteries are not rechargeable.

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i ordered it last month 5/15/2020 with $10.99. but amazon haven't shipped yet....then i canceled all amazon orders on 6/14. and order same item on newegg.com. they shipped next day.
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Always deal on Anker AAA, never on Anker AA
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I need one of those $8 Insignia deals for AA and AAA
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Always deal on Anker AAA, never on Anker AA
A 48-pack of Anker AA is $14: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RLVQBX6
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A 48-pack of Anker AA is $14: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RLVQBX6
Do you think $14 is a deal compared to 48 AAA at $9.49?
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I need one of those $8 Insignia deals for AA and AAA
Yeah, I'm waiting for that too.
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I need one of those $8 Insignia deals for AA and AAA
You think the dollar you're saving is worth it? I'm genuinely curious. I've bought the insignia batteries a few times, but these Anker ones seem like they'd be better quality.
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Are these batteries any good?
YES! I got sick of Duracells leaking all the time and messing up electronics or even leaking in the damn package unused. These are advertised as leak-proof and so far, they seem to be keeping that promise. Capacity wise, they seem to be functioning just as well as popular brands. I also love the packaging.
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You think the dollar you're saving is worth it? I'm genuinely curious. I've bought the insignia batteries a few times, but these Anker ones seem like they'd be better quality.
It's not about saving a dollar. Insignia has a pack that's half AA half AAA.
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It's not about saving a dollar. Insignia has a pack that's half AA half AAA.
Ahhh I misunderstood the comment. My bad! I've noticed we use more AAA batteries at home than AA so I just buy the 48 packs once every other year or so. I try to use rechargeables for as much as I can.
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