Duracell Rechargeable StayCharged AAA Household Batteries 4 Count

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Walmart #: 000699389
Duracell Rechargeable StayCharged AAA Household Batteries 4 Count
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Duracell Rechargeables Precharged Household Batteries AAA 4 count

  • Holds charge up to 5X longer
  • Can be charged 100s of times
  • Up to 5000 photos over the life of 2 Household Batteries

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Model No.: 4133318235
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.2
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 3.77 x 0.7 x 4.5
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA
Origin of Components: USA
Walmart No.: 699389
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Customer Reviews | 28 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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6/1/2011

Customer review by tw99

5.0 stars by tw99

Wish all manufacturers labeled their battery storage capacity in large bold print on the packages, but they do not. Duracell AAA batteries have a capacity of 1000mAh, which is 25% higher than Energizer's AAA of 800mAh. This is why Duracell AAA batteries last longer. From personal use, I have found Duracell to be the only brand of AAA NiMH battery which does not die after several years of charges and discharges.

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tw99
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
Get the batteries!
1/17/2011

Customer review by bambulancegirl

5.0 stars by bambulancegirl

These are so great for your gadgets, you get a longer use than a regular battery and it doesn't take a long time to charge and then your good for a long time. I will never use regular batteries for my gadgets again.

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bambulancegirl
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 3 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Very good, long-lasting
7/25/2010

Customer review by Blenheimears

5.0 stars by Blenheimears

These are the best rechargeable batteries I've used. They hold a charge longer than most Ni-MH batteries. They are much better than rechargeable alkaline which tend to quit after several charge cycles.

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Blenheimears
North Carolina
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:18 - 24
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Male
Usage:Once per week
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I bought a Phillips cordless and it has been packed and now the batteries will not charge!!
by an anonymous customer 8/30/2010
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  • A. Not for phone. They take different kind battery. Could be battery might be bad. I got cordless phone from e bay it works fine. Take phone to where you got or someplace close they can check battery. If it's bad you can new battery there.
    by lgiles0018/13/2013
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  • A. Yes you can, as I have had the same problem. But you would be better off using the ones that are NOT pre-charged because they have a higher mAh and last much longer on each charge.
    by Koko611/19/2012
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  • A. Yes, absolutely.
    by tw999/21/2011
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  • A. yes
    by budgetfinder1/16/2011
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  • A. Yes, you could use these NiMH batteries for your Phillips cordless phone as long as that what your phone calls for, I use them in my Panasonic and they work flawlessly.
    by ChuckECheez8/30/2012
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  • A. Yes. Only reason I purchased the product.
    by fatboysmom12/5/2010
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  • A. I'm sure you can, but check your phones' manual to be sure.
    by TheSet9/17/2010
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  • A. Yes. As long as the size of battery is correct, these will work.
    by ProcterandGamble10/6/2010
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  • A. I bought these for use in my cordless handsets, and they work perfectly.
    by WalmartShopper19561/19/2012
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by sh52 10/4/2010
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  • A. My batteries charger says 1.2v It also charges AAA batteries too
    by lgiles0018/13/2013
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  • A. 1.2v. Hot off the charger they get to around 1.35v. However they will deliver more current in a shorter time than 1.5v alkalines. They actually last longer in devices like cameras.
    by batvette10/26/2014
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  • A. NiMH and NiCD are both 1.2V Alkaline are 1.5V
    by John000012/28/2012
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  • A. Yes it appears they are 1.2, but why on the AAA and AA does it say 1,2 instead of 1.2? Is that just a typo on all of mine (puchased 11 months ago)?
    by MrQuestionAsker11/14/2011
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  • A. Rechargeable AAA/AA batteries are 1.2v and non-rechargeable are 1.5v Either will work fine.. Nick...
    by Nickalf10/21/2011
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  • A. All AAA NiMH rechargeables are rated at 1.2volts, while the single use batteries are rated at 1.5volts. Not to worry, for it is the milliampheres capacity which determines steady power output more so than the "missing" 0.3volts. Duracell AAA batteries carry the highest storage capacity on the market currently available by major manufacturers.
    by tw999/6/2011
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  • A. I just got these batteries and they are 1.2v the other review is wrong.
    by percy6712/31/2010
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  • A. These batteries are 1.5v
    by ProcterandGamble11/1/2012
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by an anonymous customer 7/10/2010
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  • A. My personal preference is Duacell I've always had got luck with them.
    by lgiles0018/13/2013
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  • A. Duracell makes the best batteries.
    by Louisea2/9/2012
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  • A. One very important thing to consider is pre-charged vs. NOT pre-charged. These particular batteries are pre-charged and have an mAh of 800, which is basically the same as the Energizer AAA rechargeables. However, the ones that are NOT pre-charged have an mAh of 1000 and will hold a charge substantially longer than these. Unfortunately, most stores are more likely to carry the ones that are pre-charged, presumably because they assume that people prefer convenience over quality. Because of that, the ones that are not pre-charged and have the higher mAh are harder to find, especially AAA, and it's very easy to accidentally grab the pre-charged ones if you're not paying very close attention. I've done that a few times and learned the hard way to pull out my magnifying glass and verify the mAh before buying.
    by Koko612/2/2013
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  • A. Though not clearly visible on the external packaging, each battery has a on the label in fine print, the total mAh capacity of the battery. For example, Duracell AAAs have 1000mAh, which is 25% higher than Eveready AAAs having 800mAh, thus Duracell is a superior AAA battery.
    by tw9911/26/2011
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  • A. Yes there are two basic types NiMH and NiCD. The NiMH are better for most applications. Batteries are rated in MaH. Basically the higher this number is the longer they will hold up between charges.
    by BuyAmericanSaveAmerica11/26/2011
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  • A. DURACELL IS SMART POWER RECHARGED - Not only will you get hundreds of uses out of each Pre-Charged Rechargeable battery, but they stay charged longer so you can recharge less. These powerful NiMH batteries are ideally suited for high-drain or frequently used devices. If not completely satisfied with these HiMH rechargeable batteries, call 1-800-551-2355 (9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., EST). Duracell guarantees these NiMH rechargeable batteries against defects in materials and workmanship. Should any device be damaged due to a battery defect, Duracell will repair or replace it at our option if it is sent with the batteries. Please see Duracell.com or call the above number for more details.
    by ProcterandGamble2/13/2012
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