Duracell Industrial AA Standard Alkaline Batteries (Pack of 10) - £3.05 delivered, eBay d1llh
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Duracell Industrial AA Standard Alkaline Batteries (Pack of 10) - £3.05 delivered, eBay d1llh

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Found 4th Sep
Duracell ID1500-L Industrial AA Standard Alkaline Batteries (Pack of 10)

Duracell Industrial Alkaline batteries deliver outstanding performance and reliability

Major Advantages are:

  • Dependable, long lasting power with up to a 7 year freshness guarantee
  • Economical bulk packaging for professional applications
  • Contains no added mercury
Also known as - 15AU, LR6, X91, AA

Replacement for the procell range

17 Comments

Available for the same price on Amazon

Original Poster

dazza9916 m ago

Available for the same price on Amazon



Excellent - that's a useful alternative. Can you provide a link, though, please? Can't see packs of 10 AA at that price.

Newbold27 m ago

Excellent - that's a useful alternative. Can you provide a link, though, …Excellent - that's a useful alternative. Can you provide a link, though, please? Can't see packs of 10 AA at that price.


Sorry, my mistake looked at AAA

oos

I have used these batteries previously, in my opinion not very good. Didn't last as long standard Duracell. Ok for remotes etc.

aren't these usually counterfeit.

Gone up to £3.49 now

I used to always buy pro cell. These are far poorer in my opinion. Ikea batteries cheaper and better than these

powerbrick1 h, 2 m ago

aren't these usually counterfeit.



Nearly always in my experience, even from the big sellers. I would avoid, go for Panasonic etc. they don't seem to bother faking them as much...
Edited by: "slipd" 4th Sep

slipd3 m ago

A nice little guide: …A nice little guide: https://thecounterfeitreport.com/product/106/AA---AAA-Batteries.html


You beat me to it lol

Better to get a respected brand alkaline
Like GP ultra, Sony , Panasonic, IKEA etc.

Reading packaging often proves interesting - spelling mistakes are common on fakes. Expiry dates frequently much longer than genuine batteries.

qbs59 m ago

Reading packaging often proves interesting - spelling mistakes are common …Reading packaging often proves interesting - spelling mistakes are common on fakes. Expiry dates frequently much longer than genuine batteries.


This always amazes me you think they would make the effort to get the spelling right at least.

I always get these for kids toys but be aware, they last probably a third as long as proper Duracell. These are budget batteries rebranded.

powerbrick14 h, 13 m ago

aren't these usually counterfeit.



Only the counterfeit ones are/
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