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Chrome Pro Series 50AAA Alkaline General Purpose Battery

Chrome Pro Series 50AAA Alkaline General Purpose Battery
  • 50AAA Batteries
  • Free Shipping 2 to 3 day delivery
  • Package Includes 50 Batteries
  • No Mercury (0% Mercury Cadmium)
  • Alkaline Technology
The Chrome-Pro 50-pack of AAA alkaline batteries can provide power to a wide range of electronic devices, from portable music players to handheld gaming consoles. Designed with Chrome Pro alkaline technology, these batteries have a long shelf life. The package includes 50 AAA Chrome-Pro alkaline batteries that offer long-lasting power you can count on & trust from Chrome Battery.

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Duracell Rechargeable AA Batteries 4 Count (Packaging May Vary)

Duracell Rechargeable AA Batteries 4 Count (Packaging May Vary)
  • Rechargeable design can be charged up to 400 times to save resources
  • Long-life Ion Core holds longer charge for extended use
  • Last longer in storage with Duralock Power Preserve technology
  • Preserves Power in High Drain Devices.
  • Recharge up to 400X.
  • Stays charged 5X longer than ordinary Rechargeables.
Duracell StayCharged Rechargeable Batteries with Duralock Power Preserve technology.

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What customers say about Chrome Pro Series 50AAA Alkaline General Purpose Battery?

  1. 396 of 416 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Duracell ‘StayCharged’ batteries previously known as ‘Pre-Charged’, February 16, 2008
    By 
    NLee the Engineer (Nashua, NH) –
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    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Duracell Rechargeable AA Batteries 4 Count (Packaging May Vary) (Health and Beauty)
    [Update Aug 28, 2011]
    – The name of this product has been changed to Duracell Rechargeables StayCharged AA Batteries. As far as I can tell, those are the same batteries previously marketed as ‘Pre-Charged’. In other parts of the world, those are also marketed as ‘Active Charge’. They are stlll available in either ‘white top’ (made in Japan) and ‘black top’ (made in China) versions.

    – Amazon has combined the AA and AAA versions of those Duracell batteries into the same product page. So now I look like a fool who says the same things twice. Oh well…

    [Previous update on Dec 24, 2008]
    I was only half-right when I boldly proclaimed that “Duracell Pre Charged AA are rebranded Sanyo eneloop cells” in my original review. It turns out that the first batch of Duracell AA cells I bought from Amazon are made in Japan, and those are identical to eneloop (both mechanically and electrically). But lately I bought some more Duracell AA from a warehouse club. Those are made in China, and they are identical to the Rayovac Hybrid.

    [Original review follows]

    Judging from similarity of technical specifications and physical shapes of (+) and (-) terminals, I am convinced that the Duracell Pre Charged AA is actually SANYO eneloop AA underneath a different wrapper. Therefore all the good things you heard about eneloop apply to Duracell ‘Pre Charged’, too.

    My own testing has shown that the capacity of eneloop AA cell is slightly above the claimed 2000mAh, and it is able to retain at least 85% of its charge after 5 months in storage. The Rayovac Hybrid AA starts with slightly higher capacity at 2100mAh, but it ‘only’ retains 80% capacity after 5 months. For all practical applications, both are equally good. Just pick whichever brand (Sanyo, Rayovac, or Duracell) is on-sale, and you can’t go wrong.

    One small problem with the Duracell ‘Pre Charged’ cell is that: it looked too similar to the well-known ‘Copper Top’ alkaline cell. So there is a good chance that people may mistaken it for a disposable cell. Personally, I prefer the distinctive-looking white case of the eneloop cell.

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  2. 108 of 111 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    4 or 5 stars, depending where they are made, January 20, 2011
    By 
    J. CHEN (broomfield, Colorado) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    First, the disclaimer: There is no political motivation in this review. It is purely based on the findings of my measurement and facts. I hope no one should be offended.

    I purchased three packs of these batteries. I found that one pack says “Made in Japan” and the other two “Made in China” in the back of package. Otherwise, the packaging is almost identical. There is, however, a very clear distinction on the battery itself. The Japanese made batteries have a white top while the Chinese made have a black top as shown in one of the photos I uploaded.

    I was curious to see if there is a performance difference between the same line of batteries from different manufacturing plants. I have a La Crosse BC-700. So I put all three set into test mode, straight out of the package without any prior use. After 24 hours of measurements, the results are shown in the photos I uploaded.

    The 8 batteries made in the Chinese factory averaged 790 mah. That is within 1.25% of the stated capacity. However, I found the variation among the samples is somewhat large, from 774 to 825.

    The 4 batteries made in the Japanese factory averaged 834 mah. But more impressively, all samples were within the 832-838 range. This is an important characteristic because when you use multiple batteries in a device, the total capacity available is limited by the lowest one in the group.

    I conclude that no matter where where these batteries are made, they at least meet expectation. With that said, I would prefer the “white top” batteries that are made in the Japanese factory. They are extremely consistent and offer higher capacity.
    12/29/14 Update:
    After 4 years of use (mostly light use such as in remote controls or mice), all Duracell batteries I purchased remains similar to their original capacities. None of them experience significant loss as a group, no matter where they were made. In contrast, the 1/3 of Radio Shack brand I bought either died or lost more than 20% of their original capacity. This is a confirmation of my original rating.

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  3. 90 of 98 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is how batteries should be made!, April 7, 2008
    By 
    Nuk (Springfield, VA) –
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    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

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    This review is from: Duracell Rechargeable AA Batteries 4 Count (Packaging May Vary) (Health and Beauty)
    Pros:
    -For a rechargeable battery, these batteries do not need to be charged before you use it for the first time; right from the packaging into your gadgets.
    -They last a long time.
    -Does not need special charger. You can use your existing NiMh charger.

    Cons:
    -You can confuse them with regular Duracells and mistakenly thrown away after losing charge.
    -This later technology is still expensive.

    I also like Eneloops by Sanyo. But they are not easily available at your local stores.

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