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Fake china spam. I refresh SD just 1 minute ago and this pops up as a new deal starting with +10, already on the frontpage and has no comments. fark this fake china spam
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Not sure about this brand, I usually buy Tenergy AAA and AA batteries in 48 packs off Amazon for about $12 with no BS coupon codes.
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These batteries are bad. I had to replace them 2 days later. Not worth any money and they went back to Amazon. Don't buy this crap.
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I had the opposite experience. I bought these on Amazon about a year ago. Never had a problem, last as long, or longer than energizer / duracell. Have found Rayovac to die early, and worse, LEAK.
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I noticed recently, that Amazon is turning into a KMart. The quality of their brands are trash. And on name brand stuff, there is less and less savings. Kudos to Bezos for building up a huge brand and stepping out at the Apex
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Please thumbs down any alkaline battery post you see.

There's a massive purge happening right now and these factories are trying to scrape in whatever profits they can.
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All the cheap batteries I have bought from Amazon in the last few years have been total crap. Ankers were the best, but just "below average" compared to store-bought. Some had less power than the dead one I was replacing.

Only fairly decent cheap batteries I have found were Ikea.
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Quote from RickyE3678 :
All the cheap batteries I have bought from Amazon in the last few years have been total crap. Ankers were the best, but just "below average" compared to store-bought. Some had less power than the dead one I was replacing.

Only fairly decent cheap batteries I have found were Ikea.
Stop buying disposable batteries then?

A charger is only $10, so there's no way you're losing money on spending a few seconds to swap charged batteries for depleted ones.
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Hmmm. Let's see:

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Ladies and gentlemen - we have a Shill. Save your money.
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Quote from wherestheanykey :
Stop buying disposable batteries then?

A charger is only $10, so there's no way you're losing money on spending a few seconds to swap charged batteries for depleted ones.
Some devices won't operate at the lower voltage of the rechargeables. The Alkalines are 1.5 V and the rechargeables are 1.2 V. I use rechargeable where I can get away with it, but things like my thermostat, scale, and mouse won't work.
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We did it, SD. Downvote this OP shills crap.
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Quote from wherestheanykey :
Stop buying disposable batteries then?

A charger is only $10, so there's no way you're losing money on spending a few seconds to swap charged batteries for depleted ones.

Yeah, yeah, yeah. 10000 reasons have been listed here and elsewhere why this doesn't work for a large number of people and devices. Including but not limited to "take all my gripes about underpowered cheap batteries and multiply them by 5 for 6-mo old rechargeables that cost me $3+ a piece."
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Buy the 24 pack of Amazon nimhs and save in the long run. Price difference easily less than what these will ruin with battery acid leaks
Amazon Basics 24-Pack AA... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NXGG55W
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