AmazonBasics AA Everyday Alkaline Batteries (20-Pack)
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- Pack of 20 AA 1.5V Alkaline Batteries
- 3-year shelf life so you can store for emergencies or use immediately
- Works with a variety of devices including digital cameras, game controllers, toys, and clocks
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
- Pack of 20 AA alkaline batteries
- Perfect for emergency supplies, toys, remote controls, or anything that takes AA batteries
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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.
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.
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Pack of 20 AmazonBasics AA Alkaline Batteries.
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Top Customer Reviews
- 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.
Could be worse, though: they could be DOA or promptly start leaking, but these have not been the case.
I base this on my wireless mouse as the test vehicle. They
poop out after 3 months compared to 4months of a brand name.
That's 33% more life from a brand name. Bought them 3/11
and would not buy again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These batteries leak and actually I barely avoided my remote control getting completely damaged. See attached pictures. Read morePublished 2 months ago by The-Gov
Good quality. From what I can tell (nothing scientific here), the batteries lasted as long as the competing brands, but without the bunny.Published 3 months ago by David Niccum
I was duped into buying these by the low price, but the quality control is lacking. There were many "duds" -- batteries that simply didn't work. Read morePublished 3 months ago by anonymous
I have grown to think since the advent of Amazon and the internet that their Amazon name is like magic until a year ago. Read morePublished 4 months ago by hoot
Batteries don't last very long when installed and, even worse, many were already "dead"/unusable out of the box... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carlos