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This review is from: Kirkland Signature AA 1.5V Alkaline Batteries, 48 pack (Electronics)I have had a great experience with Kirkland (Costco store brand) batteries. Always have gotten them for home and office use, and several sizes, 9V, AA, AAA, but not C or D size so cannot comment about those. Best value for the money as alkalines go, and Costco stands behind them. Besides, Costco also has Duracell Brand next to their brand so one can choose either.
But recently I've gotten into AA and AAA rechargeables as they are most cost-effective and earth-friendly (if you recycle them). There are even rechargeables that maintain their shelf life better than regular Ni-Cad or Ni-Mh and these are specially marked.
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Initial post: Sep 18, 2012 2:04:41 PM PDT
This is a genuine review. I have had the same very reliable experience from Kirkland batteries for years. I am now using their new blue cover aa and aaa alkaline batteries and they last longer under a constant discharge than the old ones. The price has gone up a little so I figure its an even trade off. What I don't like is that they no longer put the miah (milliampere hour) rating on their batteries.
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