AmazonBasics Battery 48xAA for $19.97, 100xAAA $28.82 + Delivery (Free with Prime & $49 Spend) @ Amazon US via AU

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Heard everyone loves battery so here is a lot of batteries.

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  • +6 votes

    I'm not gonna neg this deal but sorry, can't support this. Do something good for the environment, get rechargeable batteries!

    • +6 votes

      So we support electricity generated buy power plants that run in coal? Too many decisions to make… I'll just take a pill of cyanide and die.

      • +1 vote

        Move to WA. Less Coal use (~12% of electricity) than all other states other than SA and Tas (e.g. Vic, NSW and Qld use ~40% Coal).
        WA also uses more renewable power sources (~50% of electricity) than all other states (NSW for example uses <10% renewable energy).

    • +3 votes

      While I agree with you about the environment, I have to supply batteries for certain products at work. Rechargeable batteries aren't an option and this is a goos deal.
      At home I always use rechargables. Eneloops of course, after all they are the power source behind all good ozbargainers.

    • +3 votes

      Using rechargeable in something like a smoke detector makes no sense.

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        NiCd 9V rechargeables? Old school.

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          Yeah cadmium is great i have it on my cereal.

          https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11367-016-1134-5

          The number of uses of rechargeable batteries plays a key role on their environmental and energy performances. When compared to disposable batteries, a minimum number of 50 charge cycles permits a robust reduction of the potential impacts for all the analyzed indicators excluding the Ozone depletion. Hence, the use of rechargeable batteries should be mostly encouraged for high consumption devices such as cameras, torches, and electronic toys.

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        Smoke detectors need to be hard wired here in WA. So rechargeables make perfect sense.

    • +1 vote

      I've got lots of kids toys that require batteries - should I have thirty rechargeable batteries for kids toys before I even start having enough for myself? Doesn't always make a lot of sense to use rechargeable, especially on low use devices.

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    Anyone used this before? How is this compare to Energizer/Duracell/Aldi brand?

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      These rate very favorably on all the reviews I've seen. Rated right up there amongst the best.

  • +2 votes

    Heard everyone loves battery so here is a lot of batteries.

    Not disposable ones.

    But if you insist Varta batteries at Bunnings are better value https://www.bunnings.com.au/varta-aa-alkaline-batteries-30-p...

  • +2 votes

    Lashing out the action, returning the reaction
    Weak are ripped and torn away
    Hypnotizing power, crushing all that cower
    Battery is here to stay

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    No Eneloop - No deal!

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    Too bad they don't have the rechargeable ones available from my research Amazon and Ikea are every bit as good as Eneloops but better price.

  • +1 vote

    Are these better than Bunnings @ $9.92 per 30 pack of AAs?

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    Amazon price is better than Bunnings for the bigger AAA pack but not for the smaller AA pack.

  • +1 vote

    Please recycle these at your local council (library) or Aldi or similar.

  • +3 votes

    These Kodak Xtralife AA (60 Pack) for $18.89 delivered @ Amazon

    https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B00NFR1M7U/ref=ppx_yo_d...

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    Sooo… Any deals on Eneloops?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, these helped me get the cookies.

  • +9 votes

    Can we not turn ozbargain into an environmentalist website? This is about a good deal right? Not how to save the earth. Are we gonna all start complaining about the next petrol car deal because it doesn't run on rechargeable batteries?