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EBL 28-Count AAA Alkaline Batteries - 1.5V Triple A Long-Lasting Alkaline Battery with 10-Year Shelf Life $6.39

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Seems like a really good price on AAA batteries ($.23/each), lower than lowest price on CCC. Save another 5% with S&S.

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Cant take a chance on a no-name battery. I guess if all you have is $3 flashlights to use them in, might be worth it, but remotes and other things I have would be expensive to replace. I'll wait on Anker to Procells to go back on sale.
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Cant take a chance on a no-name battery. I guess if all you have is $3 flashlights to use them in, might be worth it, but remotes and other things I have would be expensive to replace. I'll wait on Anker to Procells to go back on sale.
Fair point, I only decided to pull the trigger after seeing all of their recharger batteries have 4.5+ with thousands of reviews.
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Rechargeables are great. Dunno about these but worth a try?
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<p>Is there a alkaline battery charger to make the battery reusable?</p>
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<p>Is there a alkaline battery charger to make the battery reusable?</p>
There are special chargers that can recharge alkaline batteries. However recharging alkaline batteries is not recommended. Once you factor in the cost of the chargers, the fact they can only recharge alkaline batteries several dozen times at best and even then they don't have the same capacity as a fresh battery, It's probably more trouble than it's worth when you can just buy rechargeable batteries that can be recharged thousands of times. Since alkaline batteries are made to be disposable, recharging them also greatly increases the chances the batteries will leak.
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