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Rated 5 out of 5 by WalMartShoping Duracell Coppertop AA batteries
Duracell AA batteries are very good for use with small aplliances like clocks, remotes and radios. The Duracell brand is better than their competition on terms of long use. You will not be sorry using Duracell batteries.
Rated 5 out of 5 Great Value!!!!
Great value fast shipping
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joellie Buying these products online is a blessing for me But the product is of great use for all things in my home. I will defintely reccommend this product to be bought @ all Walmart Stores whether online or offline.
Rated 5 out of 5 by binkyalb duracells
I have used all versions of this brand of batteries for yrs. I got so tired of buying the cat batteries and the other because they were cheaper. I finally broke down and bought a pack of these and they lasted WAY longer than the other brands. you won't be disappointed!
Rated 5 out of 5 by SGTAdmin Reliable Power: Duracell AA Batteries
We rely on Duracell batteries, and this doublewide 16 count pack from Walmart offered another four batteries free. Great promotion on a great product.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DocDailZee They were a good deal during the holidays.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BakingbytheBeach Better than rechargeable
Always used rechargeables for my digital camera. Very expensive and just won't hold a charge. Tried many brands, never happy. Bought a small 4 pack of these and they lasted all through thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years!! Bought a big pack to take to Disney. Never will buy rechargeable again.
Rated 5 out of 5 by KakkiH Have always thought that DURACELL was the CADLLAC of the batteries line - in other words "top of the line". As per my experice (which I have used a million batteries in my 60 years) DURACELL last longer than any other batteries made. I have a good battery checker and even when the battery's charge is low - DURACELL batteries will still run a device whereas other brands won't.
Rated 1 out of 5 by bummer Nothing like they used to be
I have used Duracell exclusively for 20 years and have not had an issue in the literally thousands that I have used over the years. In just the past three months I have had three devices ruined including a very expensive laser and all three used batteries from different packages. In very poor english I was told the list if things the batteries should not be exposed to and I will not bore you with the details however it seems to me that Earth is a very unsuitable habitat in general for the fragile things. I thought I had a lifetime brand but instead I am pulling them out of anything that I value or that I cannot afford to be without for two and a half months for evaluation to maybe or maybe not be compensated for under warranty and claims. This is a premium priced household alkaline and I was happy to pay the premium for trust but have lost all faith.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Notmycupotea Not for hi tech use
Used in a weather center and Lego Mindstorm products and did not work worth a hoot. It is hard to find a good alkaline battery for Hi tech usage.
Rated 1 out of 5 by kemdawn Leaked
I had a AA Duracell battery in my clock. The expiration date was not until 2016 and it was not exposed to unusual conditions but it leaked inside the clock and destroyed the mechanism of the clock.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bunny Junk because of leakage
Duracell used to repair or replace devices damaged by a bad battery. Now they apparently do not. I have even had batteries leak in the original packaging.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Burned Leaking Batteries
I had both a deer camera and a TV remote damaged by leaking Duracell batteries. I used to swear by them but now they are junk.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Northernliving Leaking Batteries
I have 6 batteries in my label printer. 4 were dated Dec 2014 and 2 were Duracells dated March 2014. The unit is stored in my 65F basement. I took it out yesterday and the 2 Duracells had leaked all over. This is the second time in as many months that this has happened. The first time was in an expensive piece of radio control equipment. I dismissed the first time as a fluke, but after the second time, I came to this site to see if there was a problem. Duracell has been my trusted brand for many years. No more. I am done.
Rated 1 out of 5 by JamaicaJoe Leakage Terrible
Yet again I have leakage from a Duracell battery, despite a 2018 expiry date.
Rated 1 out of 5 by EnergizerConvert LEAKING BATTERIES DESTROYING DEVICES
The Duracell Brand is no longer what it used to be. I have lost several devices because of leaking batteries by Duracell. I no longer use this product and have had no issues with the other leading brand.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sept1529 Great
I was very please with the value and amount of product with this pack of batteries.
Rated 2 out of 5 by nhhun Sorry to see the poor quality
Duracell has been my go to battery for many. many years but I have just had 3 AAA leak in one of my LED flashlights. They were dated 2015 and not in bad weather. This is the second time I have had a batteries leak in a device. I thought it was me until I happened to start to look at the other reviews. I have many devices that use batteries so the percentage may not be high but I can remember when they would guarantee against leakage. Maybe t is time to look for another brand.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jewye good condition
Rated 5 out of 5 by sunnybrazil duracell are the best and longest lasting
duracell are top notch. walmart has them at a great price, and delivered to my door. what more could i ask for. thanks again walmart.
Rated 5 out of 5 by simbp215 Simply the best
I use these in my TV remote. These are the only batteries that last for at least a year. All other batteries I've tried need replacing every 3 - 4 months.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Darboystudent Duracell Batteries are the best!
I use them for my electric toothbrush. Duracell last the longest for it.
Rated 4 out of 5 by jskroll Duracell Batteries
Duracell Batteries are always very reliable
Rated 5 out of 5 by BKWE I always keep a supply of these!
With all the electronic gadgets and household appliances that use batteries I try to never run short on having replacements already at home to replace the ones that have run down. Duracell batteries seem to last longer than other brands so I stay with Duracell. I like to buy the larger quantity packages because you get more for your money, too.
Rated 1 out of 5 by MikeZ _Formerly_ leak free.
I am sad to report how disappointed I am with the quality of this formerly superior product. Up until 3-5 years ago, I had _NEVER_ experienced a leak from a Duracell battery. I didn't care how much they cost, I didn't care what the competition's performance or warranty was, in my experience Duracell _NEVER_ leaked.
With all the failures I've seen in the last several years, that's clearly changed now, and with a couple recent failures I had decided to start tracking a lengthly list of all the devices I own with batteries, when the batteries were put in the device, and what the 'fresh until' date was. My hope is to minimize the risk of damage due to leakage by replacing batteries long before they are exhausted. I was willing to continue to still consider Duracell BUT, right now I am staring at a package of bulk (40 count) AAs, purchased in the last year or so, labeled 'best before 2022' and 'guaranteed for 10 years in storage' and in it is a battery WHICH HAS ALREADY LEAKED. That's right, a never used battery, labeled "Dec 2022", has already failed. I was about to swap all of these batteries into various devices, but why would I put these batteries in anything?
You would be wise to consider going back to whatever it was you were doing 5+ years ago.
Rated 1 out of 5 by gene dead battery
i took a 9 volt battery from the package dated8/17/12 and it wouldnt work checked it and only had 6 volts cant find a complaint department on this sight nice going plus battery should be good till dec 2017 so much for glod top
Rated 4 out of 5 by Toby Excellent
Excellent product! I would love to see more types.
Rated 1 out of 5 by johnbg Disappointment
I've used Duracell for years. Last year the one in my keyless garage door opener died after 8 years of service. So I purchased and installed a 9V Duracell Duralock in September of 2012. Today, it died and I was locked out after dropping off my car for repair. Later, on checking with a voltmeter, the battery read near zero. I checked the last one from the same package and it read well over 9V. I put it in and the opener now works. But I wonder for how long. And I have a couple in smoke detectors. A single failure (never before with Duracell)? Or a pattern. Other reviews make it look like a pattern. I will reconsider my commitment to Duracell.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Renae Simply the best batteries
I've used Duracell for years. I purchased a lot of Duralock batteries this holiday season and have been very impressed. I don't typically write reviews, but I was surprised to see so many people having issues. I figured I would share my experience.
Kids toys, remotes, smoke deters, etc. all work great, no issues what so ever with packaging, leaking, dying too soon. Everything has been great.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Centaurette DuraLock has ruined your reputation
I've always been a "find-a-brand-that-works-and-stick-to-it" type of girl. Duracell has ALWAYS been my battery of choice because it USED to always be more reliable and last the longest...especially in electronics. NOW??? Forget it.
Ever since they introduced this (insert expletive here) DuraLock "technology", nothing lasts long at all. I used to go for at least 6 months of regular every-day usage of my wireless mouse. Now? Less than a month. First pair of DuraLock batteries I put in my wireless indoor/outdoor thermometer ruined the electronics...certain parts don't work right anymore and it's not due to leakage. LUCKILY, I haven't had any leakage that I have found, but I think it's only because I've had to replace them due to them being dead before they had the opportunity to leak.
My daughter's play cash register (which she doesn't even use a lot), doesn't work more than 2 week...and doesn't even work correctly right after installing new ones. And it's NOT a problem with the toy as other batteries make it work right.
Duracell REALLY needs to go back to their tried and true formula...not this manure that they're trying to feed us. Luckily, I can still find slightly older batteries (but still good and NON-DuraLock) in some Mom & Pop stores locally.
If they don't fix this, I may have to go hopping down the "bunny" trail...