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Kirkland Signature AA 1.5V Alkaline Batteries, 48 pack


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  • 7-Year shelf life
  • No mercury added
  • 1.5V AA
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Kirkland Signature AA 1.5V Alkaline Batteries, 192 pack. (4x48)

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003FZ4RQA
  • UPC: 096619227389
  • Item model number: 227380
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #149,736 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Bulb Voltage
1.5 Volts

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Customer Reviews

No better or no less than the big name brands.
DJ Couple
These batteries pose a serious health hazard as they leak battery acid when in use.
Mark Twain
Steer clear of these until Costco hopefully fixes the problem.
Bill

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Randy on November 27, 2012
I'm really bewildered by the comments that 'these batteries always leak'! I've been using Kirkland batteries for years now and have probably gone through a couple hundred of these things. I'm not a heavy duty user of batteries (mostly they are used in the kid's toys), but I have a wide spectrum of experience (some of his toys are 'heavy use' and others aren't). The batteries are on the average performance side, but they are very inexpensive (ESPECIALLY when you buy them at warehouse). Generally I get them for about $12 for a 48 pack, so that comes out to $0.25 per battery. 2 batteries generally give me the life of one of the high-end batteries that go about $1 a pop, so while I use more batteries, I save money overall. If you want batteries that last for a long time, then go with the Duracell super energy max (or whatever the heck they are called), just be prepared to pay more in the "$$ per hour" ratio
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By TOB9595 on August 5, 2011
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Over on CANDLEPOWERFORUMS.COM which is everything to do with flashlights. There was a study that had KIRKLAND rated in the top.
I've bought KIRKLAND for many years now.
These are terrific batteries.
Tom
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 4, 2014
I live on a mountain in Colorado. We use a lot of batteries - for our radios, for our insane number of flashlights, for camping lanterns, and the usual gaggle of remotes, players, blood pressure cuffs, etc. We carry a lot of flashing lights in our vehicles - the roads are curvy, dark, not well-marked, and if you're disabled you need to be able to draw attention to yourself - and streetlights are things we see in the movies. I don't like spending more than necessary and - using various reviews and our own experience - we have found the Kirkland to be outstanding batteries for our everyday needs.

The Kirklands do not last as long as the new Duracell Quantams (or whatever they're called) but they cost less than 40% as much. The new Duracells are not 220% stronger - it's more like 20% - so we use the new Duracells where weight is an issue (backpacking, for example - why carry extra batteries if you don't need to?) and Kirklands nearly everywhere else.

The "nearly" does not include in cameras - we use lithiums for that because of the high drain. We also have a bunch of Eneloop rechargables - and a solar recharger from GoalZero - to which we are increasingly moving our normal battery-powered tasks. I prefer the disposables so far because they are a known quantity - I know how long they'll last - but if the Eneloops live up to their reviews over the next four or five years we'll swap to rechargables with enough disposables to carry us for plausible times without sunlight. Overcast here in the winter is often a weeks-long event.

Remember that many devices suffer perfdrmance issues once the battery voltage hits a certain point of discharge.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By 2helpful on January 30, 2014
Be sure to get fresh 2023 expiration rather than older 2022 or 2021 that have leak problems. I have used them for years and they are even better quality now, lasting 10 years shelf life!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bill on January 12, 2013
I bought a 48 pack of these at Costco last year. I noticed they seemed to have worse performance in every product I tried them in compared to Duracell or other batteries. That's not the worst of it though. I went to replace the batteries in a toy of my daughters and noticed the Kirkland batteries had leaked all over the inside of the compartment. Upon checking the package of batteries, of which there 28 of the 48 still left, 3 of them were leaking inside the package! Steer clear of these until Costco hopefully fixes the problem. Of course we'll never know when they do and until then it's a game of chance.
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By Clyde A. Boyd on February 14, 2015
Costco Batteries Leak. iPod Cosco's house brand Kirkland batteries for years but I've noticed recently that they have a very high failure rate and leak into flashlights and other objects which they totally destroy. Apparently I'm not the only one that is noticed this leakage problem. Just Google Costco batteries leaking and you will find hundreds if not thousands of reviews about how bad these batteries are. In fact when I was in Cosco last month I need to replace batteries and much to my surprise all the Kirkland batteries had been removed from the shelves. Hopefully this means they have now recognized that their batteries are worthless and a waste of money and just destroy people's property.
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Do not use these in: Remote controls, flashlights, night-light based toys, cameras and such. Basically any electronics that uses very little power and can last for months before battery replacement. If you use these batteries on high output equipment that requires weekly battery changes, then maybe you are fine buying these. But if you do use these on any electronics that can go months without replacement, these batteries are guaranteed to leak and quite possibly damage the electronics. These batteries will tend to leak in even just one month. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. Horrible Costco product, just like their leaky milk jugs.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zyde on October 24, 2011
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This is a Costco brand, so buying it here is going to have a mark-up. Besides that hitch, the batteries have always worked great for us.
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