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Energizer Advanced Lithium Batteries, AA Size, 8-Count
- Lithium batteries provide long-lasting performance in high-tech devices
- Use in wireless gaming accessories, handheld games and more
- Lasts four times longer in digital cameras and 30% longer in MP3 and CD players
- MORE Power for the devices you rely on including; Wirelsss gaming accessories, Handheld games, MP3 players, Portable CD players and digital cameras
- Weighs 1/3 less than standard alkaline batteries
- Leak resistant construction
- Made in the USA
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Energizer Advanced Lithium Batteries
Energizer Advanced Lithium batteries offer powerful performance for your gaming and personal device needs. Energizer Advanced Lithium differs from traditional alkaline batteries in its construction and chemistry and offers a powerful solution for today's high-draining devices.
Energizer Advanced Lithium is the product that powers the personal devices you enjoy most. Handheld games shared by family and friends. Wireless gaming accessories to accompany favorite game stations. Digital cameras that capture memories. MP3 and CD players that carry your tunes.
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Size: AA | Unit Count: 8
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Top Customer Reviews
The shelf life of this battery is rated at 10 years. The shelf life of a standard alkaline is rated at 5 years. So it's twice a long lived if you don't draw any current.
The mah capacity of this device (at low current drain) is 750. For the alkaline, 600. So it lasts just a little longer in use.
There are 2 types of smoke detectors. One is wired into the house, and only uses the battery for backup when the power is off. For this application, the lithium should last about twice as long. Well worth the trouble of getting out a ladder.
The other kind of detector runs off of the battery. This is the detector you added to a room without doing any wiring. For this case, you might as well use a alkaline. It's going to last about the same.
This is a great battery for backup applications. Especially where hard to get to. Don't confuse loaded and unloaded life.
I've used these in smoke detectors that wore alkaline batteries out in a year and these lasted 12 years. I have 10 smoke detectors and they all have these batteries. I'm buying more now to prevent a worn out battery from failing when I need it - but i think 12 years was very fair for the price. People - don't ruin it for others with negative reviews because the battery didn't work as it was never intended. I might have passed on these if I hadn't already used them - because of what some of you wrote. Be fair.
Other pros: Lighter than alkalines (another plus for the Wii remote and certain other portable devices)
Better and Safer for the environment.
Cons: Some would say price, but thinking about it. I think it's justified. You don't have to swap out as much, carry as many around, they last about 3 or 4 times longer than alkalines (depending on device). And they are better for the environment.
I am going to stock up on these sometime for sure.
My main gripe about these is that they are very slightly larger than the standard 9-volt batteries and even the standard 9-volts were a tight fit into our smoke alarms, so, these were even more difficult to squeeze in. But, with some patience and elbow grease these can be installed.
I installed the battery on Thursday night. The low-battery warning was beeping by Saturday morning.
This is unacceptable. It's a good thing that Amazon has a customer-friendly return policy. Credit was issued within a day or two. I'll be taking my cash to the local hardware store.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Last no longer than the Dollar General alkaline batteries but cost a bunch more.Published 1 day ago by dave
Super batteries! These last an inordinately long time! They are very expensive for 9V, but you'll get your money's worth.Published 3 days ago by ANT
great, but what did you except from energizer :)Published 10 days ago by Husband, Dad, and Entrepreneur
The best thing about lithium batteries is they don't leak. Well these did. Ruined my system. Energize said I must have gotten them wet.Published 11 days ago by Bob E.