Duracell – CopperTop AAA Alkaline Batteries – Long Lasting, All-Purpose Triple A Battery for Household and Business – 16 Count

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Duracell – CopperTop AAA Alkaline Batteries – Long Lasting, All-Purpose Triple A Battery for Household and Business – 16 Count
Duracell – CopperTop AAA Alkaline Batteries – Long Lasting, All-Purpose Triple A Battery for Household and Business – 16 Count

$12.78

Description

  • Duracell AAA Batteries: The Duracell CopperTop Triple A alkaline battery is designed for use in household items like remotes, toys, and more.
  • Duracell guarantees these batteries against defects in material and workmanship. Should any device be damaged due to a battery defect, we will repair or replace it at our option.
  • Long Lasting Power: Duracell alkaline batteries are designed and developed for long lasting performance.
  • Guaranteed for 10 years in Storage: Duracell AAA alkaline batteries are guaranteed for 10 years in storage.
  • Duracell CopperTop batteries are available in Double A (AA), Triple A (AAA), C, D and 9V sizes.

Additional information

Specification: Duracell – CopperTop AAA Alkaline Batteries – Long Lasting, All-Purpose Triple A Battery for Household and Business – 16 Count

Product Dimensions

7.5 x 0.5 x 5 inches

Item Weight

6.7 ounces

Item model number

AAA-CTx16

Batteries

16 AAA batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

March 14, 2008

Department

Adult

Manufacturer

Duracell Distributing, Inc

Country of Origin

USA

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  1. Jesse Liu

    Batteries are not in original Duracell sealed package. The picture is deceptive. I was excepting these batteries to be in original package as shown in the picture. Since they are not in original package, I tested these batteries with a meter and they read 1.6V.

    These batteries are Made in China. Other Duracell batteries I purchased are Made in USA.

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  2. Andrew Lupis

    $19.99 for 16 batteries seems to be on the expensive side
    – Duracell batteries tend to last longer than other brands when used in most electronics, especially video game controllers
    – package has a cut out at the back for pulling the batteries out/keeping them organized in the package, but package could be more box like in order to help with storing them

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  3. Drkymeiam

    I purchased a 16 pack of AAA through Amazon in late October 2020. The expiration dates (according to the batteries) appear to be a mixture–some have March 30 while others have July 2027. Some are bad and have either been DOA or go bad within days of use in a remote.

    I am just now examining them more closely and it appears the March 2030 ones are made in the EU while the bad ones have a manufacture date of Aug 2020 with expiration of Aug 2027. But even worse, they say “Not for Retail Sale” on the side and they are made in China! How can these batteries all be sold in the same package together? The back of the package says “Made in EEUU”, meaning, made in USA. Are these counterfeit? Ther is a typed batch number in the bottom right hand corner, 0229850317 31.

    Anyone else have this issue?

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  4. Fussy Guy Garrett

    The batteries were marked 2024, meaning they were manufactured at least three years before my purchase. When I buy batteries in a retail setting they are always 10 years out and would have said 2027.

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  5. Ben Miller

    Window shade remote takes 2 AAA batteries. I bought a 16-pack of Duracell, and the first two I tried didn’t work. Hmm… Took those out and tried two more from the fresh pack. Still no juice! What?! I retrieved the 2 Panasonic batteries that I had put in the trash and tried them. Bingo! The shades rolled up and down like a charm. (I change batteries yearly, not not just when they die out.) The 5-star company I ordered from “does not offer refunds.” LOL 5 stars from whom?? The Amazon rep I spoke to quickly and graciously did offer me a refund, however. BTW, I had called Duracell first, and they said “Don’t buy batteries online.” The AA I bought at the same time from another company on Amazon are working great, but the AAA were junk.

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  6. Life is Good

    Another package of dead Duracell batteries. I received these on May 21, 2021 and opened them July3. Because I had a package of AA Duracells that was bad I decided to test these as well. Once again a full package of dead batteries. Too late to return these but I’ll be sure to test any batteries from Amazon on receipt from now on. Or maybe I’ll try another source next time because this has happened before with the Amazon brand batteries.

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  7. Van

    I buy nothing but Duracell. They are remarkably long lived and I am well aware of what I can expect from the product. I put these in towards the end of December 2016. I put them in some battery powered candles with the moving plastic flame and I haven’t had them on for more than a couple of minutes at a time to show some friends. The candles are quite clever.
    Well, I thought that I would get another short look at the candles today, May 9, and only 1 of the 5 candles worked. Each uses 3 batteries. This is not the performance that Duracell provides. I am not certain as to how these came to be sold on Amazon but they are not as advertised.
    I will stick with the hardware store sales of the Duracell. These have a 10 year shelf like? Not even 6 months.

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  8. Michael Mohammed

    I purchased these batteries and after 10 of them for past couple months, realized they are not lasting long at all.

    I’ve used 8 of them already and was wondering why they only lasted a couple months in my remotes (TV & Audio components) so before installing the next pair, I decided to check the voltage. Despite the outer casing being labelled “Mar 2028”, the voltage on all of them are approximately 0.800 volts.

    At this point, I can’t ask for a return because I only have 8 remaining. I never expected Duracell batteries to have low voltage after sitting for just 2 months. I keep them stored in a drawer with other batteries that I also tested and they are all holding correct voltage. Only these Duracell AAA are low.

    I do not recommend these batteries. I have no explanation why these batteries would be defective as I’ve never experienced this in the past with Duracell. I can only speculate this batch that Amazon got was bad.

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  9. Goldilocks

    very disappointed in this purchase..returned for refund..ordered two packs and they both are in opened packages with no factory seal..not as pictured..they do not work as new and i would not order again.

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  10. HelenS

    The 1st pack of batteries all 16 were dead. Amazon replaced them and they arrived fast, they are dead. I thought maybe my little Bass Pro flashlight went bad. But I bought some cheap Sunbeam batteries and all my flashlight work with the cheap batteries. Very disappointed with Duracell. I can’t get a refund with the replacement battery pack. 2- 16 pk of batteries go in the trash without use. I won’t be buying batteries from Amazon again. I have a pk of AA coming from Amazon, not looking forward to them coming. Nothing worse than when you need a flashlight and the batteries are dead in it. 0 stars if I could choose that.

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