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AmazonBasics Alkaline Batteries (Pack of 20)

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  • Pack of 20 AA alkaline batteries
  • Perfect for emergency supplies, toys, remote controls, or anything that takes AA batteries

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Product Description

Size: AA

From the Manufacturer

Don't be left in the dark. Whether powering everyday household electronics, emergency supplies, or just that new electronic toy for the kids, AmazonBasics Alkaline Batteries are an affordable and reliable way to always have power on hand when you need it.

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AmazonBasics AA Alkaline Batteries at a Glance

  • Perfect for emergency supplies, toys, remote controls, or anything that takes AA batteries

  • 20 count pack means always having batteries on hand

Warranty: AmazonBasics 1-Year Limited Warranty [PDF]

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Versatile Power for Your Household Electronics

AmazonBasics Alkaline Batteries are perfect for a wide variety of household uses. Use them for everyday electronics such as alarm clocks, digital cameras, and universal remotes. Or for emergency supplies such as flashlights and portable radios. And don't forget playtime with wireless video game controllers, remote controlled cars, and other electronic toys.

The AmazonBasics AA Alkaline Batteries
Always be prepared to power your devices with the AmazonBasics 20-pack of AA batteries
Always on Hand for Emergencies

Having an independent source of power is important during blackouts and other emergencies. Keep a pack or two of AmazonBasics Alkaline Batteries on hand to quickly be able to power emergency devices such as NOAA weather radios, heavy-duty and LED flashlights, communication devices such as walkie-talkies, and more.

Pack of 20 for Lots of Power

These AmazonBasics batteries come in packs of 20, so you'll always have some on hand to power your devices. And they're long-lasting, so you'll get more snaps, more clicks, more light, and more play out of your household devices than with conventional battery value packs. Performance is guaranteed with a standard AmazonBasics 1-year warranty.

Amazon Frustration-Free Packaging

This AmazonBasics product features recyclable Amazon Frustration-Free Packaging. It comes without excess packaging materials, such as hard plastic clamshell casings, plastic bindings, or wire ties. This packaging is designed to be opened without the use of a box cutter or knife, and it will protect your product just as well as traditional packaging. Products with Amazon Frustration-Free Packaging can frequently be shipped in their own boxes, without an additional shipping box, saving on resources and reducing waste.

Warranty

This product is backed by an AmazonBasics 1-year limited warranty. To view the full AmazonBasics warranty, click here.

What's in the Box

Pack of 20 AA alkaline batteries.

Product Description

AA Alkaline 20 Count Pack

Product Details

Size: AA
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 1.2 x 2 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00422KWTQ
  • Item model number: LR06-20P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (868 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

They seem to be long lasting and work well.
Dorothy Wolfe
They're well made and lasted a good while, just as long as the expensive name brand batteries.
Bast
Think of keyboards, mouse, tv remote, remote controlled cars, kids toys flashlights...
Chad Kanchuk

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

260 of 306 people found the following review helpful By Daniel G. Lebryk TOP 50 REVIEWER on May 25, 2011
Size Name: AAA Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Never in a million years would I have thought these batteries would outperform Duracell Alkaline batteries. I read recently that a consumer magazine recommended buying batteries based on price and not brand name. My limited testing agrees with that advice.

AmazonBasics AAA alkaline batteries performed better than two types of Duracell Alkaline batteries, and was on par with Kirkland Alkaline brand. The bigger surprise is how well Enloop batteries performed in my testing. The Kirkland and AmazonBasics alkaline batteries were roughly 20% longer lasting than the Duracell alkaline batteries. Freshly fully charged Enloops (NiMH) performed 20% better than AmazonBasics and Kirkland Alkalines.

What can you say about these batteries? Yes they are AAA, they fit in devices that require this size battery, and they last a good long time. I wanted to do some accellerated testing, put the batteries through some heavy drain use in a controlled manner. Since I don't have a testing rig like the one NLee the Engineer uses to test batteries, I came up with a standard device - a small electronic flash that uses two AAA batteries.

The test setup: load two batteries into the flash, when the ready light glowed, fire the flash. I counted how many flashes each battery type could make in five minutes. I repeated the test with fresh batteries twice for each brand / model of battery. At the end of the test the batteries were pretty warm and none of them were exhausted. A battery tester showed all the batteries were about 30% spent, so there was still a good bit of life left in them.

Qualitatively, the Kirkland and AmazonBasics Alkaline batteries recycled the flash very fast during the first minute of the test. Recycle times tapered off to a constant level after that.
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By verygooddog on June 1, 2011
Size Name: AA Verified Purchase
I am using these batteries in my wireless keyboard. The first set died after 6 1/2 weeks of use. Other batteries have lasted up to 6 months.
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136 of 161 people found the following review helpful By D. E. Bedwell on January 1, 2012
Size Name: AA Verified Purchase
I've avoided the big name brands for batteries for a couple of years now unless they were on sale. I never noticed a difference in battery life from any of those other brands (Kirkland, Maxell, etc), but I have noticed that these Amazon Basics batteries just don't last very long. Some examples:

- I replaced the batteries in my wireless mouse in November with Amazon Basics AA. Yesterday (December 31) those batteries died and needed to be replaced again. Normally I go between 1-2 years, but this time I didn't even make 8 weeks.

- My daughter got an LED snowman light at the beginning of December that took 2 AA batteries (used the Amazon batteries). In 4 weeks, I had to replace the batteries 3 times.

- We rarely use our Wii, but I replaced the batteries in my Wii remotes with Amazon batteries at the end of October to play a few games with my daughter. We didn't play again until Christmas day, and the batteries were dead already.

I'm not ready to give up on these yet, but my current experience has not been that good. I got some Duracell AAs on a deal in December, so I am doing some comparisons now.
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51 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Mario on July 4, 2013
Size Name: AAA Verified Purchase
Dear Amazon Shopper,

I am no scientist. I don't know much about the fundamental mechanics of batteries, nor do I know what, chemically, differentiates a good battery from a great one. I do know, however, that what I want (and what most of you probably want) is the best value I can get for my money. On that subject, I have the following to say:

These batteries are significantly less-expensive, per-unit, than their name-brand counterparts. In order to get, for example, Duracell batteries at the same per-battery cost, you would have to buy a package of 100, which I suspect most people would be hard pressed to burn through before the batteries decline. If you subscribe-and-save for the Amazon Basics batteries, cost parity becomes virtually unattainable.

Depending upon the quantity and brand of battery you're looking at, the big names are anywhere from 17% to 80% more expensive than these batteries (those percentages increase when subscribe-and-save comes into play - note that I have not seen any non-amazon batteries that are S&S eligible, otherwise this factor would be irrelevant). In light of this, the question becomes not whether these Amazon batteries last as long as the big-name batteries, but whether the big name batteries last between 17% and 80% longer.

Since my physical chemistry is a bit rusty and I'm fresh out of lab-coats, I haven't exactly conducted any side-by-side tests. From a purely subjective standpoint, I don't notice that these Amazon batteries deplete any more or less quickly than their name-brand counterparts. That being said, IF name-brand batteries DO last longer (which I couldn't say), they would be more toward the 17% end of the spectrum than the 80%.
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49 of 57 people found the following review helpful By M. Davis on December 29, 2011
Size Name: AA Verified Purchase
Some Amazon Basics items are well worthwhile, this one is not. I use Energizer and Duracell alkalines in my gear (digital camera, GPS, LED headlamp, flashlights (LED and incandescent), and couple of other devices), and thought I'd give these a try. Unfortunately these Amazon Basics AAs are consistently miserable in their longevity compared to the others mentioned. Too bad, seemed like a bargain but is not.

Could be worse, though: they could be DOA or promptly start leaking, but these have not been the case.
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