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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
10 year batteries are the only way to go. Sometimes you could get a lemon but still would not go without these especially for smoke detectorsPublished 1 day ago by Denise Andrews
in my business i must use lithium AA betteries. that being said, i buy them here. they work, its a good price, and i dont have much choice. well.. i do... Read morePublished 3 days ago by DH
Short Life - Bought these in August. Installed in electric smoke detectors as back up in September, Batteries have a 12/2024 expiration date, 2 of 4 purchased have quit working... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Cheryl L
Love these Lithium batteries since that last a lot longer than regular AA batteries. Although you also pay a lot more!Published 4 days ago by Maureen Olson
Great for low draw remote units that are subject to freezing temps as these still work below zero, and the 10 yr. life saves reprogramming.Published 5 days ago by Semi Hysterical in Ky
I bought these on 9/23/13 to replace alkaline batteries in 8 hard-wired smoke detectors. Since the detectors would not be drawing any current from these lithium back-up batteries,... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Anonymous