Anker AA / AAA Batteries have been released, along with the discount codes, have it listed for 48 AA batteries for $19.99 (regular $24.99) which count against Costco Kirkland batteries which go for count of 72 for same price, Amazon Basics have these for $13.97 for pack of 48.
Should Anker not reduce the price for the launch to get competitive and entry into this already crowded market?
Some of the community members may have got their hands on these already, so what are your inputs, and how do these fair against other batteries such as Duracell, Energizer, and of course, the Kirkland ones,
mine will be here tomorrow, so i can give a better opinion once i use them.
But based on n a preliminary assessment, these hold more power so should also last longer in use. Us they have a 10 year shelf life so that helps as well
I can’t say I am that concerned about a 10 year shelf life. Unless I can get a few hundred for super cheap I’m not sure a long shelf life like that really matters.
@Tank will look forward to hearing from you
@The_Bearded_Tech_Guy same here, not worried about 10years or say, even 1 year for that matter, as long as price is right, these will be used for toys
Mine should be here in the next few weeks . I plan to buy 3 cheap flashlights from the dollar store, and compare some different batteries while continuously on…
This sounds familiar… lol
I’ll be heading over to the dollar store to get those batteries