DURMN2400B10Z

Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK

AAA - Alkaline Manganese Dioxide - 1.5V - MN1500B10Z - 10 Pack

Reg. Price $17.03

Our Price $12.49 Per Pack

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Get long-lasting, reliable power for the devices your business uses most
Duracell Coppertop batteries are often specified for: Flashlights, Portable Electronics, Remotes, Calculators, Smoke Alarms, Door Locks, Cameras, Wireless Mice Keyboards
Coppertop batteries feature DuraLock Power Preserve Technology and are guaranteed fresh for 10 years in storage
Size: AAA; 1.5 V DC
10 per pack
  • Additional Info
SKU
DURMN2400B10Z
Manufacturer
Procter & Gamble
Manufacturer Part Number
MN2400B10Z
Brand Name
Duracell
Product Model
MN1500B10Z
Product Type
General Purpose Battery
Recycled
No
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline Manganese Dioxide
Battery Size
AAA
Output Voltage
1.5 V DC

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Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK
 
4.6

(based on 566 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (437)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (76)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (20)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (11)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (22)

69%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Quick charge but long stay

I received my Duracell Charger and rechargeable batteries from Duracell not long ago. This was a particularly exciting item for me to receive, since I often blow through batteries more than I would like...Read complete review

I received my Duracell Charger and rechargeable batteries from Duracell not long ago. This was a particularly exciting item for me to receive, since I often blow through batteries more than I would like to. I don't like that on an environmental level, and I definitely don't like it for my wallet. So I was eager to see how long these would last, how fast they might charge, and how useful the charger was. Instantly, I popped it out of the packaging, stuck it into an outlet, and let it charge the set of Double A and triple A batteries. I have to say that I was thrilled it could charge both at once, as some chargers seem to only do one type at a time. I am not sure as to the exact amount of time it took to charge, but I went to do errands for a few hours,and when I returned, they were definitely ready to go and at full charge. It didn't take any longer than a cell phone might. I popped the AAA batteries into my television remote (the timing couldn't have been better since my then current batteries were dying), and the AA into one of my Wii Remotes. The TV remote is still kicking, as I expected it would, with no hiccups. Generally, the Wii remotes die in one heavy day of party games with friends, but it seems like the Duracell rechargeable batteries actually lasted a good hour or so longer. This surprised me, since I assumed that with it's ability to recharge, it would skimp on time used, but it passed with flying colors. I am willing to guess that the TV remote will last an incredibly long time as well with the Triple As, as it shows no sign of dying soon. Recharging the Double As didn't take any longer the second time, so it seems like as they progress with use and life, the batteries will not face heavy degradation. I am looking forward to seeing how long these batteries and this charger last! From what Ive read on the packaging it can last through hundreds upon hundreds of full charges, which could easily be years My only complaint for the charger is that it is a bit bulky, but I suppose it can't be helped given the range of batteries it can handle charging.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Terrible battery,nor recommed

Used these in an RC heli and they performed 5 times worse than the energizer batteries. I got an average of 6 to 7 minutes flight time with Energizer max and only a max...Read complete review

Used these in an RC heli and they performed 5 times worse than the energizer batteries. I got an average of 6 to 7 minutes flight time with Energizer max and only a max of 2 minutes with these duracells

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2.0

Durecell AA

By TIMOTHY

from unknown

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

I purchase Durecell batteries for the longer charge life and as cheaper Battieries they leak causing damage to the appliance. Recently I have had a number of AA which haven't been in the appliance for long and stopped working due to discharge of the acid. Very disappointed with the product.

 
5.0

Brilliant

By FSARAC

from unknown

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

Duracell is the best battery brand on the market. Long lasting and quality.

 
5.0

Brilliant

By FSARAC

from unknown

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

Duracell is the best battery brand on the market. Long lasting and quality.

 
5.0

Brilliant

By FSARAC

from unknown

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

Duracell is the best battery brand on the market. Long lasting and quality.

 
2.0

Durecell AA

By TIMOTHY

from unknown

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

I purchase Durecell batteries for the longer charge life and as cheaper Battieries they leak causing damage to the appliance. Recently I have had a number of AA which haven't been in the appliance for long and stopped working due to discharge of the acid. Very disappointed with the product.

 
5.0

Very Long lasting

By MARTIF

from unknown

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

It's really quick, no problems encountered during the recharging process. The price is quickly amortized.

 
5.0

Duracell

By OXANE66

from unknown

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

Great battery and good value. I'm delighted with them and recommend them.

 
2.0

Durecell AA

By Timothy

from Byfleet

Verified Buyer

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

I purchase Durecell batteries for the longer charge life and as cheaper Battieries they leak causing damage to the appliance.
Recently I have had a number of AA which haven't been in the appliance for long and stopped working due to discharge of the acid.
Very disappointed with the product.

 
5.0

Excellent product!

By bondi

from Sydney

Verified Buyer

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

I can recommend Duracell Recharge Plus batteries. I have purchased 1 pack 1 year ago and it's still working :)

 
4.0

Long-lasting performance

By rob1988

from London

Verified Buyer

Comments about Duracell CopperTop General Purpose AAA Battery 10PK:

I can recommend Ultra Power AA batteries. It's real long-lasting power.

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