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16-Count Amazon Basics 2000mAh AA Rechargeable Batteries EXPIRED

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Amazon has 16-Count Amazon Basics 2000mAh AA Rechargeable Batteries on sale for $17.80 when you checkout with Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 16-Count Amazon Basics 2000mAh AA Rechargeable Batteries for $20.94 - 15% when you check out via Subscribe & Save = $17.80. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

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$10.19 lower (36% savings) than the list price of $27.99

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About this Item:
  • RELIABLE PERFORMANCE: 16-pack of pre-charged AA rechargeable NiMH batteries (2,000 mAh) for professional or everyday use
  • RECHARGEABLE: Can be recharged up to 1000 times with minimal power loss; provides consistent discharge performance (requires separate battery charger)
  • EVERYDAY COMPATIBILITY: Works with any device that uses AA batteries, like remote controls, flashlights, clocks and more
  • LOW SELF DISCHARGE: Maintains 80% capacity for 2 years; ideal to power household appliances or to use while traveling
  • EASY TO USE & STORE: Has a shelf-life up to 5 years for everyday or emergency use; arrives pre-charged and ready to use

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I bought them and they're awful. Don't hold their charge anywhere I've ever used them and the ones that came in the package aren't charged
Don't do it! That's exactly what I did and I have to change batteries every few days. They're awful!
I bought some about a month ago and they are terrible. They don't hold charge for more than a week or so, and are also physically larger than normal AA batteries. Sent them back and sticking with Panasonic eneloop from now on.

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Great price for 16 LSD rechargeable AAs at almost $1 ea.

Subscribe & Save makes me laugh. The whole point of rechargeables is to not throw them away. Who's gonna need 16 more every single month lol
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Tempted to get some for random remotes. Have 2-3 TV remote that need some. Wii remotes and xbox controllers.

Just need bigger charger, have a basic 4 battery charger.
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I got a set of these years and years ago. The recent reviews seem terrible. Anyone buythese lately that can comment?
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Great price for 16 LSD rechargeable AAs at almost $1 ea.

Subscribe & Save makes me laugh. The whole point of rechargeables is to not throw them away. Who's gonna need 16 more every single month lol
No kids, huh?
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Tempted to get some for random remotes. Have 2-3 TV remote that need some. Wii remotes and xbox controllers.

Just need bigger charger, have a basic 4 battery charger.
Don't do it! That's exactly what I did and I have to change batteries every few days. They're awful!
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I got a set of these years and years ago. The recent reviews seem terrible. Anyone buythese lately that can comment?
I bought them and they're awful. Don't hold their charge anywhere I've ever used them and the ones that came in the package aren't charged
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Don't do it! That's exactly what I did and I have to change batteries every few days. They're awful!
Even for very low power devices like TV remotes or keyboards?
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Recent reviews scared me off.
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Stay away.
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I got a set of these years and years ago. The recent reviews seem terrible. Anyone buythese lately that can comment?
I bought some about a month ago and they are terrible. They don't hold charge for more than a week or so, and are also physically larger than normal AA batteries. Sent them back and sticking with Panasonic eneloop from now on.
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Don't do it! That's exactly what I did and I have to change batteries every few days. They're awful!
They only last a few days in a tv remote? That seems crazy. A few days of heavy use in a gaming controller sounds about right though.
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The Amazon AA rechargeable batteries are not good and are larger in size than Duracell and Energizer, better to wait till the name brand goes on sale or if you need I would pay….. dare I say it full price 😱
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I got a set of these years and years ago. The recent reviews seem terrible. Anyone buythese lately that can comment?
I read that they used to be made in Japan, but now they're made in China. Also, lots of complaints about batteries being too big.
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