Insignia "AA" Batteries - 48 Pack - Only at Best Buy
- Commonly used with CD/MP3 players, remote controls, digital cameras, flashlights, and more
- Pack includes 48 x AA batteries
- 1.5V voltage
- Environmentally friendly
- Mercury- and cadmium-free
- 48 AA Batteries
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Of the 10557 reviewers who responded, 10285 would recommend this product.
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- Insignia™ - AA Batteries (48-Pack)- February 17, 2018
Insignia™ - AA Batteries (48-Pack) Quite a cheap price after my reward. Under $5 after a sale price just before I ordered. Works as expected, great batteries for the price. Ordered these for daily use, especially for my son's remote control car. Been using it in clock, flashlight, toy etc, and so far they have been running well. These batteries seem to last as long as the name brands you would purchase at the local shops, but much cheaper than the shops. It helps me save a lot of money and avoid the trouble of running to the shop every time I need batteries. What I liked most about is its packaged! It comes in a card box that can be open/closedYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Store brand - good quality so far- January 7, 2017
I bought these batteries on sale and used a $5.00 Rewards voucher, so my cost ended up around $5.99 for the box. I haven't yet used them in anything (like TV remote) to give me a good indication of how long they'll last, but I did have several in some holiday candles that came on for about 6 hrs every day for approximately a month. They lasted all through the holiday and I've now used one set from the candles in my Xbox controller and they're still going. So they seem to be pretty good. Are they as good as a name brand? Only time will tell, but I think they are definitely a good value for what I paid (and for the price without my $5.00 Reward certificate).Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- EZ Test 4U B4 Buying Batteries (Cell Lesson)- May 10, 2018
Almost straight to the point: FYI, technically these are "cells". "Batteries" are made up of more than one connected cell such as in the typical 9V. For all cells, the types of the electrode materials in the cells will determine the cell's (fixed) voltage. The current (which does the work, measured in amps) will be determined by the amount of these electrode materials installed into the cell by the manufacturer. If you want more power (volts x amps), just compare the weight of an equal number of Brand "X" cells to the weight of another brand under consideration. Okay, for those of you who had the attention span to make it this far, here's that point (finally): Buy the heavier ones.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.