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The Amazon brand of alkaline battery meets expectations. I have used at least 50 in all major sizes over the past 2-3 years. None have leaked and only one has been DOA. Several Duracells have leaked on me and a couple of Dollar General brand alkalines have as well. The Amazon batteries are either cheaper or competi… see more The Amazon brand of alkaline battery meets expectations. I have used at least 50 in all major sizes over the past 2-3 years. None have leaked and only one has been DOA. Several Duracells have leaked on me and a couple of Dollar General brand alkalines have as well. The Amazon batteries are either cheaper or competitively priced therefore I have bought the 9 volts, AAs and AAAs in bulk and the Cs and Ds as I need them. see less The Amazon brand of alkaline battery meets expectations. I have used at least 50 in all major sizes over the past 2-3 years. None have leaked and only one has been DOA. Several Duracells have leaked on me and a couple of Dollar General brand alkalines have as well. The Amazon batteries are either cheaper or competitively priced therefore I have bought the 9 volts, AAs and AAAs in bulk and the Cs and Ds as I need them.
Amazon Customer
· December 12, 2018
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Bose qc uses AAA size not AA. Bose says alkaline battery last about 35 hours. 48 batteries will provide about 1600 hours of use but likely less if headphones are left on when not listening.
Sui Lin Chee
· June 18, 2016
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My AAs bought in about July 2017 are stamped 12-2026. The AAs I bought in late 2015 or so are stamped 8-2025. The 9Vs I bought in early 2017 are stamped 8-2021. The AAAs I bought in early to mid 2017 are stamped 6-2027. The D cells I bought in December 2017 are stamped 10-2022. All are shrink wrapped so they can't… see more My AAs bought in about July 2017 are stamped 12-2026. The AAs I bought in late 2015 or so are stamped 8-2025. The 9Vs I bought in early 2017 are stamped 8-2021. The AAAs I bought in early to mid 2017 are stamped 6-2027. The D cells I bought in December 2017 are stamped 10-2022. All are shrink wrapped so they can't make contact with other batteries or metal items in whatever drawer or box you store them in. I haven't had a dud yet and have used about 200 Amazon alkaline batteries. see less My AAs bought in about July 2017 are stamped 12-2026. The AAs I bought in late 2015 or so are stamped 8-2025. The 9Vs I bought in early 2017 are stamped 8-2021. The AAAs I bought in early to mid 2017 are stamped 6-2027. The D cells I bought in December 2017 are stamped 10-2022. All are shrink wrapped so they can't make contact with other batteries or metal items in whatever drawer or box you store them in. I haven't had a dud yet and have used about 200 Amazon alkaline batteries.
Amazon Customer
· February 4, 2018
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I bought these AA batteries in May and it is now October and found one that I had just put in a device two weeks ago had leaked all over. I have never had a AA battery leak in my life and was surprised at this! I love these batteries and will continue to purchase and use them but was just surprised and may keep them ou… see more I bought these AA batteries in May and it is now October and found one that I had just put in a device two weeks ago had leaked all over. I have never had a AA battery leak in my life and was surprised at this! I love these batteries and will continue to purchase and use them but was just surprised and may keep them out of children's toys in the future. Exp. date is 03-2027. see less I bought these AA batteries in May and it is now October and found one that I had just put in a device two weeks ago had leaked all over. I have never had a AA battery leak in my life and was surprised at this! I love these batteries and will continue to purchase and use them but was just surprised and may keep them out of children's toys in the future. Exp. date is 03-2027.
nick berg
· October 7, 2017
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Some brand batteries (cells) have shorter buttons on the top I.e. positive side. Just make sure the button is tall enough to make contact with the terminals of your device. Certian brand of cells may have shorter buttons due to manufacturing variations or intentional design and those don't make contact at the positive … see more Some brand batteries (cells) have shorter buttons on the top I.e. positive side. Just make sure the button is tall enough to make contact with the terminals of your device. Certian brand of cells may have shorter buttons due to manufacturing variations or intentional design and those don't make contact at the positive terminal well in devices such as remotes because the body of the cell rests on the plastic supports of the terminals instead of the button. see less Some brand batteries (cells) have shorter buttons on the top I.e. positive side. Just make sure the button is tall enough to make contact with the terminals of your device. Certian brand of cells may have shorter buttons due to manufacturing variations or intentional design and those don't make contact at the positive terminal well in devices such as remotes because the body of the cell rests on the plastic supports of the terminals instead of the button.
JV
· March 20, 2020
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I just received a package of these batteries, 36 count, and it plainly states on package "Made In China". I even typed "AAA batteries made in USA" & these came up. They are NOT made in USA!
witness
· April 14, 2020
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Look for Ni-MH pre-charge or rechargeable batteries for Amazon battery charger. Do not purchase any alkaline battery (like this one) and don't attempt put in charger it could person injury or risk of fire. Only to be use with rechargeable battery type (Ni-MH stand for Nickle Metal Hydride rechargeable battery).
Joshua Rice
· December 29, 2019
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"Batteries are made in Indonesia using Japanese technology." - Source, Amazon's Description of the batteries
LANCE M.
· July 26, 2015
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THEY ARE NOT RECHARGEABLE WITH ANY CHARGER.
John S.
· November 4, 2017
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I am not sure if it will. I have only used them a 1.5v. If it calls for a AAA which is 1.5v I see no problem trying to use them. The voltage is lower than what it calls for, if they fit and work, the only down side would be not lasting as long. I checked the package they came in it only states 1.5v. My suggestion would… see more I am not sure if it will. I have only used them a 1.5v. If it calls for a AAA which is 1.5v I see no problem trying to use them. The voltage is lower than what it calls for, if they fit and work, the only down side would be not lasting as long. I checked the package they came in it only states 1.5v. My suggestion would be to get in touch with manufacturing company with the same question and what you should be using. Batteries work great as 1.5v. see less I am not sure if it will. I have only used them a 1.5v. If it calls for a AAA which is 1.5v I see no problem trying to use them. The voltage is lower than what it calls for, if they fit and work, the only down side would be not lasting as long. I checked the package they came in it only states 1.5v. My suggestion would be to get in touch with manufacturing company with the same question and what you should be using. Batteries work great as 1.5v.
Amazon Customer
· August 31, 2017