Energizer AA Batteries, Ultimate Lithium, 4 Pack Double A Battery Pack
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Energizer lithium batteries have been designed with leak-resistance technology and stable performance, even in extreme temperatures. The range of Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries provide reliable power, and will hold their power for up to 20 years in storage. With this in mind, they are ideal for use in high-drain devices. Similar applications in which lithium cells offer an advantage include personal grooming accessories, PIR sensors, high-tech flashlights and night-vision goggles. In particular, lithium cells work well in equipment that demands occasional short bursts of high current – not least in photography flash units, where their relatively light weight is also beneficial.
Nothing outlasts Energizer ® Ultimate Lithium ™ AA batteries. The Energizer ® Ultimate Lithium ™ batteries are not only the #1 longest-lasting AA batteries…they are complete Leak-resistant and boasting a shelf life of as long as ten years at room temperature, Ultimate AA/LR6 Energizer cells deliver reliable power. They continue working in extreme heat and cold: the manufacturer-recommended temperature limits are -40°C (minimum) and 60 degrees Centigrade (maximum). Especially useful in portable appliances, the battery weight of 100 grammes is around 30 per cent less than typical alkaline cells.Toys – remote control toys, motorized toys, project kits and your kids’ favorite toys they just can’t get enough of!
New long-lasting Energizer Ultimate 1.5V AA or LR6 batteries are capable of lasting up to eight times longer than standard equivalents. Renowned for durability, the Ultimate lithium range is a top choice for devices with occasional high current demands.By using longer-lasting & reliable batteries, consumers use fewer batteries, create less waste, and have less impact on the planet. We're leading the journey to a future where Energizer ® has a positive impact on the world. Join our Journey! In many cases, yes. rechargeables don’t deliver as much voltage as disposables (typically 1.25V rather than 1.5V), but they normally maintain the same level for longer and can just be recharged when they run dry. You pay more upfront for the batteries and the charger (if you need one), but you’ll recoup the difference within a couple of uses – and AA batteries cost so little to recharge that it’s barely worth thinking about. Factor in the clear environmental issues and it’s a no-brainer, although many local councils and some supermarkets now offer free recycling. Generally speaking, you should go for alkalines for most of your battery needs but opt for lithiums for digital cameras or other high-drain products where you need a reliable high charge for as long as possible. Should I buy rechargeables instead?