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Maxell 723443 Alkaline Battery AA Cell 48-Pack
- 48 Pk
- 48 AA alkaline batteries
- Ready-to-go power source
- Delivers long-lasting and reliable power
- Compatible with a variety of products including flashlights, toys, remote controls, and smoke alarms
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Style Name: AA 48 Pack
From the Manufacturer
You can depend on these batteries to power your emergency flashlight, your children's toys, or even your smoke alarm.
Established in the United States in 1969, Maxell Corporation of America, a technology and marketing leader, is a full line supplier of OEM and consumer batteries, lenses, and digital media products for the consumer, professional and data storage markets.
The company also offers a full line of electronics care and maintenance products, along with storage products and a well-known brand of headphones, iPOD/MP3 peripherals and speakers. In addition, Maxell supplies industrial batteries for Advanced Meter Infrastructure and Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems, as well as cellular phones and power tools.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought these for general use for items that cannot use nimh rechargeables (because of their lower voltage). These have an average voltage of 1.58-1.6v. The expiration date on the batteries I got were almost 5 years from date of purchase. After 6months of storage, the few that remain show a voltage drop of less then 0.02v.
I tested these in a small black diamond headlamp to compare to other batteries. These lasted roughly 80hrs. Duracell ultra lasted about 90hrs. Amazon's lasted about 75hrs. Harborfreight lasted about 75hrs. Energizer Rechargeables lasted about 40hrs (any rechargeable wouldve had the same result). So as you can see they dont really last as long as others ( I know the duracell's I tested for sure, I'm confident there are others ), but if they aren't critical to last the longest ( IE in a headlamp where you dont want to carry spare batteries around ) then they are a great economical battery. If you are using these for camera flash or something else that drains a lot of power quick - you might want to look into lithiums - they'll server your purpose better.
I used subscribe and save to save money on them, definitely made it worth it (even if you only get one shippment).
These batteries (my batch) suffer from dirty terminals. They will appear to be at the end of a very short life and I am ready to throw them away--in disgust. However, I have discovered that by wiping the terminals clean they are as good as new.
Otherwise, the batteries are as good as any others I've used.
I've found that cleaning the whole batch with alcohol solves the problem.
I buy the "AA" and "AAA" sizes for my house and I also send them to my brother because I tend to buy my nephew lots of toys that require batteries.
After ordering these I stumbled upon 100 Packs of Alkaline batteries at my Lowes for just $20! They're lasting just as well as any other AA and AAA batteries I have used. And 100 for $20 is much cheaper than anything I have found.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased these when these were on promotion. The batteries last long time. No complaints at all.Published 5 days ago by Jay