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Thanks for asking because I've never looked at the packaging before. They are made in Indonesia and it looks like they then make their way to Mexico before going to a distribution company in Seattle.
NinaTop Contributor: Makeup
· January 24, 2018
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non that i ever received, if they are exploding i would tell amazon and throw them out
Mark S.
· January 5, 2019
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The cooler weather should not bother them at all. In fact, some people believe that storing batteries in a refrigerator keeps them "fresh" longer.
Be aware though; in cooler weather the capacity can be somewhat diminished, but not horribly.

Mike Kleven
· January 12, 2016
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If you have an amazon account when you purchase something amazon prompts you to add you credit card info
Krystals_treasure
· May 25, 2020
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There are different options as to how many batteries you want. I usually get the 48 package. They come in a box with smaller boxes inside and then in the smaller boxes the batteries are in groups of 4.

You can order different quantities so maybe that's why it's confusing to you.

Jen
· June 4, 2020
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They're just cheaper, they are the same great quality and last just as long.
Alexis
· December 31, 2015
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I was asked about AA batteries. Not sure this question. The batteries involved are good to quite good in current reserves. Beats most other offers.
Thomas O. Potter
· March 23, 2019
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They are standard AA batteries. I use them in my wireless keyboard and mouse, flashlights, doorbell, plus everything else that requires AA. Do not have a camera but they have never failed me.
Jacky
· March 4, 2017
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comtact your carrier.
Toby
· May 3, 2020
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My fire stick remote was going thru energizers like crazy. They lasted less than three wks. One set of Amazon batteries so far over 4 wks. I HIGHLY recommend them.
Ropes
· June 15, 2018