Maxell LR6 AA Cell 48 Pack Box Battery (723443)
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- Battery: AA Type - alkaline
- Batteries included: 48 PCs.
- Product Type: battery
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Manufactured to the highest standards in the industry, Maxell's alkaline batteries provide unrivaled value. You can depend on these batteries to power your emergency flashlight, your children's toys, or even your smoke alarm. Maxell batteries provide long-lasting, reliable power.
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I bought these for general use for items that cannot use nimh rechargeables (because of their lower voltage). These have an average voltage of 1.58-1.6v. The expiration date on the batteries I got were almost 5 years from date of purchase. After 6months of storage, the few that remain show a voltage drop of less then 0.02v.
I tested these in a small black diamond headlamp to compare to other batteries. These lasted roughly 80hrs. Duracell ultra lasted about 90hrs. Amazon's lasted about 75hrs. Harborfreight lasted about 75hrs. Energizer Rechargeables lasted about 40hrs (any rechargeable wouldve had the same result). So as you can see they dont really last as long as others ( I know the duracell's I tested for sure, I'm confident there are others ), but if they aren't critical to last the longest ( IE in a headlamp where you dont want to carry spare batteries around ) then they are a great economical battery. If you are using these for camera flash or something else that drains a lot of power quick - you might want to look into lithiums - they'll server your purpose better.
I used subscribe and save to save money on them, definitely made it worth it (even if you only get one shippment).
My standard test procedure is to take 3 fresh batteries sourced from Amazon, all starting at approx. 75 degrees Fahrenheit, and discharge them in my Opus BT-C2000 battery analyzer at rates of 100 ma, 200 ma, and 400 ma (discharge rate affects usable capacity). I executed this procedure for these batteries, and the capacity at each discharge rate was:
Disch Rt | Capacity | Runtime | Sample use case
100 mA | 979 mAh | 9.2 hrs | Low-power LED flashlight
200 mA | 811 mAh | 3.9 hrs | Electronic toy / medium LED flashlight
400 mA | 696 mAh | 1.6 hrs | Motorized toy / bright LED flashlight
These batteries are the new top-performer in the high-drain test ('motorized toy / bright LED flashlight'), although the difference between these and ACDelco is probably within the margin of error. The also nearly matched the top performers in the low-drain test ('low-power LED flashlight'), and were just a bit below the best in the mid-drain ('electronic toy') test.
In terms of value, these the second best I've tested so far. Of the top-three value batteries (ACDelco, AmazonBasics, and these), I probably trust the AmazonBasics brand the most, and Maxell next, but if you want the absolute most power for your money, ACDelco is still at the top of the stack.
If you'd like to compare these Maxell batteries to the others that I've tested, I've linked the other products at the end of this review and also attached a summary graph and table in the images. To see my full reviews of the other products, go to the product review page and searching 'mah' under 'all reviews' (unfortunately Amazon doesn't allow direct linking to other reviews).
I have also tested the following batteries:
ACDelco AAA Super Alkaline Batteries, 48-Count
AmazonBasics AAA Performance Alkaline Batteries
Duracell Procell AAA Batteries PC2400BKD09
Duracell AAA Batteries Coppertop MN2400
Energizer MAX AAA Batteries
Rayovac Alkaline AAA Batteries
These batteries are better than expected. They seem to hold a charge better/longer than the batteries I was previously using. My electric razor is now lasting a week longer than it when I used to using my old batteries. I needed a lot of quality batteries for a decent price and these Maxell batteries fit the bill.