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12 Count AmazonBasics AAA Rechargeable Batteries - $10.79 w. Subscribe & Save

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Amazon.com has 12-Count AmazonBasics AAA Rechargeable Batteries on sale for $10.79 when you 'clip' the 20% off coupon on the product page (located under the Subscribe & Save button) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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Thanks OP. I was having trouble getting the coupon's checkbox to show up on the desktop web site, but it showed up fine on the mobile web site.
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Got these on the previous deal. They are made in China. Using them in Panny phones, they don't hold a great charge there. Definitely would not buy again.
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Thanks OP. I was having trouble getting the coupon's checkbox to show up on the desktop web site, but it showed up fine on the mobile web site.
I couldn't get it to show up either. I got it to work on desktop by adding it to my cart as a one time purchase, then once in the cart checking the 20% subscribe box.
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I couldn't get it to show up either. I got it to work on desktop by adding it to my cart as a one time purchase, then once in the cart checking the 20% subscribe box.
thanx, it worked!
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so I bought these about 8 months ago. The ones I got are from China. Right when I got them they worked for my kids remote control cars very well. In fact they lasted for about a good 45 minutes of nonstop usage. Then after about 6 months the batteries did degrade. Now I'm lucky if I can get about 20 to 25 minutes on them.
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Link to better Japanese recharable batteries?
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Got these on the previous deal. They are made in China. Using them in Panny phones, they don't hold a great charge there. Definitely would not buy again.
I remembers one people saying that these were rebranded eneloops. That was a obviously not true after owning these batteries. Older eneloopsasted longer than newer Amazon batteries
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I remembers one people saying that these were rebranded eneloops. That was a obviously not true after owning these batteries. Older eneloopsasted longer than newer Amazon batteries
No edits on the slick deal mobile app are allowed. Hopefully people can understand Apple autospell madness
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I remembers one people saying that these were rebranded eneloops. That was a obviously not true after owning these batteries. Older eneloopsasted longer than newer Amazon batteries
Amazon changed them semi recently. I have some Amazon rechargeables that are from Japan that perform quite well. But now that they are made in China I will stick with eneloops and energizers for my rechargeables.
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Anyone have "pro tips" on rechargable AA & AAA batteries for kids toys? These only seem so-so.
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Link to better Japanese recharable batteries?
Eneloop is good, but not cheap.
https://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-...B00JHKSL0A

Many people like the Ikea brand rechargeables, and they are much more affordable.
https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/ladd...-90303880/
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Anyone have "pro tips" on rechargable AA & AAA batteries for kids toys? These only seem so-so.
The comment right below yours with link to Eneloop batteries are a great battery...albeit not cheap, they definitely last.

My family has slowly been replacing batteries with Eneloops, but it's slow going with how expensive they are.
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Got these on the previous deal. They are made in China. Using them in Panny phones, they don't hold a great charge there. Definitely would not buy again.
Another possibility is your device drain the battery too quick. Than again, AAA doesn't have much to start. laugh out loud
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This is not a great deal, paid $15 for a 24 pack of Mr Batt which is a better brand
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