Both AA 30 pack and AAA 24 pack at this price.S&S will make it $12.60 you can cancel S&S anytime.
AAA 24 pack same price
yeah that's what I grabbed
still have plenty AA from Prime Day deal
Also consider Varta AA 30pk $9.92 at Bunnings - Made in Germany.
Not necessarily a good thing. There are more regulations in Europe, you are paying more to cover red tapes, the batteries may well be cheaply made.
I always buy AA/AAA batteries in Bunning, best price ever and made in Germany.
varta rated nearly the highest in testing and is my go to
How does Energizer stack against Duracell? One brand better than the other? Saw this deal of 50 for $18.40 @ Catch so I'm unsure
Duracell batteries (not the industrial ones) leak a lot. Damaged many of my devices like keyboard, remote etc.
Duracell should be called Leakcell.
Maybe it’s the reason they last the longest. Pack as much power as you can with zero tolerance.
It damaged my Microsoft sculpt mouse as the leak damaged the circuit beneath.
No idea I mostly use eneloop rechargeable and energiser rechargeable these I buy for my sons toys or as a back up only when at this price or a bit lower.
The Aldi ones I got last time 50 pack for $14.99 were horrible in terms of battery life. Might give this one a go.
Aldi is literally only good for remotes and clocks I reckon.
Other than low drain devices like clocks, what else do you use alkaline batteries for?
I use NiMH rechargeables for everything else
phew I was about to buy that pack yesterday too. Lucky decided didn't need that many and would wait till I actually need more.
Aldi batteries leak prematurely. Have to look out for those ones
How are these compared to duracell ultra? Those once go on half price frequently @coles
Its Max Payne's 20th anniversary, so I say go with these
Duracell are far better than these - also read the reviews on Amazon - quite bad
Comprehensive test here:
"And lastly, we HATE rechargeable batteries, because they are always more expensive, always have less of a charge, require a secondary expensive purchase of a charger, and lose charge with each recharge – not to mention the time and lost value of having to recharge them."
Wow what a whiney little bitch
You seem to have time to read comments and state your opinion but don’t have time to recharge a battery lol.you don’t have to hold the charger while it charges you can do your own thing pal.
Majority here do like rechargeable, chargers are extra but you buy them at half price and they always come with batteries.
@sammyla: You seem to have misread op's comment. Read it in "quote".
@No ONE: Oops I jumped the gun there without reading the article embarrassing!!!
@No ONE: Yes, I am all for rechargeable batteries.I was just quoting from that comprehensive test article. I have plenty of eneloops/laddas and chargers lying around.
@techno2000: Yes and I was referring to the author of that article as a whiney little bitch rather than you. Just to be clear 😂
@b2dz: I too agree that author is a whiney bitch. Rechargeable rules!
How much are these normally?
$25 full price
What is S&s?
Subscribe and save option in Amazon. It’s rather a gimmick cos you use it and they give you extra discount but most people use it to just to get the further discount and cancel.
Didn't need any so I bought some. 👍
This is the way
How come Silly Camel hasn't got my last buy price $10 ?
That was a prime day deal with a coupon and subscribe and save. Camels records neither.
Why are these companies still selling these when rechargable batteries are a thing?
Voltage is also a thing, rechargables are limited to 1.2V inplace of 1.5V. Use a mixture of both depending on application myself.
That would be nice if they stayed at 1.5v, but after less than 1 amp hour, they drop to 1.2v and continue to fall away after that. The rechargeables stay relatively consistent at around 1.2 v for far longer
Yep thats when I take the batteries out and replace them, then use whats left of it in something like a clock or a remote. The unfortunate reality is you cant use rechargeable batteries for everything as its dependent on the application.
Why do they sell cigarettes when it’s proven they will kill you? 🤷♂️
The only people that could stop these from being sold is the government.
Is that like they stop other illicit drugs being sold ?