0C11NOW9F1D620 Amazon basics forty eight % aa high-performance alkaline batteries, 10-year shelf life, easy to open price p. C.

(7 customer reviews)


  • aa 1. 5-volt performance alkaline batteries for reliable overall performance throughout a huge variety of gadgets
  • 10-year leak-loose shelf life; air- and liquid-tight seal locks within the power until it’s wished way to the advanced design, which includes twin crimps, a new zinc composition, and anti-corrosion components
  • promises the amount of electricity wished for a particular tool; perfect for sport controllers, toys, flashlights, digital cameras, clocks, and more
  • ships in licensed frustration-unfastened packaging; backed by using an amazonbasics 1-year confined warranty
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from the manufacturer

dependable, adaptive energy

those excessive-overall performance batteries supply the right quantity of power for the precise device, ensuring gold standard efficiency.

anti-leak, anti-corrosion

made with anti-corrosion components, the leak-evidence battery’s air and liquid-tight seal holds the power in until it’s needed in your gadgets.

safe utilization

the battery’s insulating ring protects against quick circuiting and self discharging, and its small holes save you heat build-up and bursting.

emergency ready

the long-lasting batteries may be used right away or saved for later—best for climate radios, flashlights, and other ought to-haves in an emergency.

product description

amazonbasics aa 1. Five volt overall performance batteries keep energy for up to ten years in garage below ordinary use making them a first rate choice to inventory for emergency use, as well as to power regular devices. Our alkaline batteries perform as appropriate or better than top branded batteries – their design prevents leakage, warmness building up and corrosion to lead them to safer, at the same time as adapting electricity glide to the desires of the tool making them appropriate for both high and occasional drain gadgets. Strength emergency and outdoor gadgets, recreation controllers, remote controls, toys, radios and greater. An amazon brand.


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7 reviews for 0C11NOW9F1D620 Amazon basics forty eight % aa high-performance alkaline batteries, 10-year shelf life, easy to open price p. C.

  1. August M.

    I tested the AA size Amazon brand battery to find out the actual usable capacity as compared to the AA Duracell Procell battery. The results showed that the Amazon battery is about 88 percent the capacity of the Duracell. If you calculate the cost per unit capacity, the batteries are almost identical. The Amazon battery was actually slightly more expensive when represented in cost per Watt-Hour. Because of this I would probably choose the Procell (if I can get a good price on it) just because it means less frequent battery changes. The Amazon battery is a surprisingly good battery though. You will probably barely notice the difference in capacity, so if you don’t want to waste time shopping around then its a good choice.I also performed the same test on Duracell Copper Top, and Energizer Max. Their performance was nearly identical to the Procell. More interestingly, I tested the Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA cell. This cell was 4 times the cost of a procell at $1.27 per cell! However the capacity was only 1.5 times that of the Procell. So don’t waste your money on these batteries, they’re much more expensive per unit of capacity. The capacity of all these batteries were measured in Watt-Hours. Here are the numbers.AA Amazon Battery = 2.71 Wh. My cost per cell = $0.291. Cost per Watt-Hour = $0.107AA Duracell Procell = 3.09 Wh. My cost per cell = $0.321. Cost per Watt-Hour = $0.104AA Energizer Lithium = 4.86 Wh. My cost per cell = $1.27. Cost per Watt-Hour = $0.261This test was done using an op-amp circuit to maintain a constant current load at 100ma. Voltage and current were being logged ounce per minute and this data was used to calculate the Amp-Hour with a 0.8 volt cutoff. The Watt-Hour was then calculated by multiplying the Amp-Hour by the average voltage from the beginning of the test to 0.8 volts. All batteries mentioned were tested using this same method. Note that the capacity of these batteries can change dramatically under different conditions. The same battery under a heavy load will have a fraction of the capacity that it would under a light load. This data is only good for a comparison when choosing what battery is worth buying at what price. Unless your device loads the battery at a constant current of 100ma.In summery, the Amazon batteries are not bad batteries (at least based on this test using the AA cell). If you choose to shop around for a name brand battery, stay at or below $0.33 per cell. Anything above $0.33 per cell will be more expensive per unit capacity than the Amazon battery. Oh, and definitely stay away from the Energizer Lithium unless expense is not an issue. These batteries are only worth the additional cost if your application requires a light weight and relatively high capacity battery regardless of cost. These batteries are surprisingly light weight compared to an alkaline.lkaline.Read more

  2. Amazon Customer

    I’ve been buying AA and AAA batteries from Amazon Basics for a couple of years now. They recently changed the packaging (and presumably the manufacturer) and now they only last half as long. I tried a pair of Duracell AAs to test my hypothesis and they lasted almost three times as long. I wanted to stop buying these Amazon batteries, but it turns out that, at around $0.25 each and $0.90 for Duracell, they’re still cheaper overall than buying name brand. However, it is extremely disappointing to watch them deliberately drop the quality and force us to purchase batteries more frequently. They’ve basically pulled a bait-and-switch with us, sucking us in with high quality batteries and then trading them out for lemons without dropping the price commensurately. Their packaging may be frustration-free, but these batteries sure aren’t.Read more

  3. Dad The Great

    Don’t buy these. I did save a bunch of $’s, however once I started using them I have had at least 8 of them explode, leak and corrode. I use them in power blinds and had 2 of the battery cartridges for the blinds destroyed….costing $20 each to be replaced. Move on…don’t purchase these. To late to get my money back because I wanted these on hand for when the originals failed, which started in Jan 2018.8 failures in 3 months once I started using them costing me over $40 to replace the damaged battery holders.Read more

  4. N. Caruso

    I loved these batteries when I first started buying them. They were cheap and seemed to last. Then I bought 48! I figured – cheaper by the (4) dozen – Big mistake! Not only don’t they hold a charge in a device, they are actually dead coming out of the shrink wrap. I actually had a couple literally fall apart in a camera. Luckily there was no damage. I expect high quality from Amazon basic products – they usually are great – but these batteries are terrible!.Read more

  5. Papa Chief

    I read a lot of reviews and convinced myself the AmazonBasics AA alkaline batteries were going to be a good buy. Nope. I put a pair in my TV remote, and within a month the TV was telling me to replace the batteries because of low power. I decided to check some new ones right out of the wrapper with my battery tester. 8 brand new batteries tested – all 8 in the red on the battery tester…not totally dead, but just inside the red. Next trip to Home Depot, I picked up the big pack of Energizer AA batteries and did the same test on them. 8 for 8 all in the green on my battery tester.Oh well, not worth crying about $13 worth of weak batteries. I am sure others have had great luck with the same AmazonBasics AA batteries. I just wanted to add my experience so others can make an informed decision. Good luck!Read more

  6. Michelle R

    They work, absolutely! And they look really cute and come packaged well. But, they just don’t last very long.For example, I have two small strands of fairy lights that are battery dependent (pictured with AA battery for size comparison). Each strand needs 3 AA batteries. They have a timer allowing for 8 hours of use every day. When the ikeabrand batteries died (after being in use for 1 year), I replaced the batteries with these amazon basics batteries. The amazon basic batteries only lasted one month. That’s an 11 month difference for the same amount of usage. Maybe I just got a bad batch. *shrugs* I am, and will always be, an amazon basics purchaser, but I’ll go back to other battery brands once these run out. (which won’t take too long at this rate.)Read more

  7. RyanK

    I use these at church for wireless microphones. We had previously used the standard Duracell brand batteries, and would generally get 3-4 weeks (about 2 hours per week) out of them before they needed to be replaced. These only seem to last about 2 weeks at best. We’ll be switching back to Duracell for this application.I would certainly use these for applications around the house… toys, remotes, keyboard/mouse, etc, but we need to make sure our batteries don’t die in the middle of a church service, so we’ll still to the good ones for our application.Read more

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