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Consumer Reports: AA Battery compaisons

submitted on February 16, 2010 by WhattaDealBlog in "Products / Gadgets"
http://blogs.consumerreports.o.....eristLinks

"Consumer Reports recently finished testing a number of AA battery brands, both disposable and rechargeble, to find the ones that last longest and give the most juice for your buck. Check out the video at right for the best- and worst-performing models, as well as our testing procedures."


Worst: CVS store brand
Best non-rechargeable: Panasonic Evolta
Best rechargeable: Sanyo Eneloop
     

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    mooncow728
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    Posted by mooncow728 on February 16, 2010
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    Thanks for this. We go through AAs around here like water. I've also found there is a store brand called Homebest that work excellent. They are a Supervalu generic and I swear by them. It's normally around $5 for 16 of them.
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      Posted by WhattaDealBlog on February 16, 2010
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      We found this brand online (Members Mark) and purchased a box as they were so cheap. So far (about 12 batteries in) they are holding up well to some Rayovacs we got cheap on Black Friday.

      http://www.samsclub.com/shoppi.....tem=440878

      Its less then $11 for 48 AA batteries. I wish CR would of reviewed them.
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    Posted by busant20 on February 16, 2010
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    Review: Pre-Charged LSD (Low Self-Discharge) Rechargeable Battery Comparison.
    http://www.stefanv.com/electro.....harge.html

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