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AdvantagesLongevity, Availability, Simple

DisadvantagesExpensive, Becoming Obsolete, Design

...battery review - I'll be sure to scour the house to find other brands. ;) Energizer Unlike Duracell batteries, I've found over time that the Energizer branded ones aren't up to scratch. That said, they are just batteries and there isn't a huge difference to be honest. I've known both brands since a young age and for some reason I don't particularly care for this companies products...

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AdvantagesLong lasting, consistent


...Sainsbury's Extra Long Life AA Batteries: I try to be a good grandparent. It is not easy with over 200 miles between us and financial constraints to consider, but I do try. I also try and be a good parent and one way I do that is that whenever I buy the little darlings a gift that requires batteries, I also supply the batteries. That is how I sometimes buy these AA?s from Sainsbury?s where...

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AdvantagesGreat quality, 6 batteries included, prompt charge.


...colour. It seems fairly boring but at least it matches the other products in their range, and I think white does look rather stylish. Many brands are following suit and moving away from the generic black colour scheme, though it is fairly easy to tell if a product is Apple because the Apple logo is usually easy enough to spot. This charger is designed for charging a pair of AA batteries. Half a dozen...

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