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Duracell Products - Alkaline Battery, D Size, 8/PK - Sold as 1 PK - Alkaline D batteries are designed for devices you use every day. Long-lasting and dependable after seven years of storage.
Duracell Products - Alkaline Battery, D Size, 8/PK - Sold as 1 PKSold as 1 PKManufacturer: DuracellTotal percentage of recycled content: 0Post Consumer Waste: 0Country of origin: US
Alkaline D batteries are designed for devices you use every day. Long-lasting and dependable after seven years of storage.
Sold as 1 PK
Total percentage of recycled content: 0
Post Consumer Waste: 0
Country of origin: US
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110 of 124 found the following review helpful:
Recent production batteries...not factory surplus apparentlyApr 22, 2010
By Chris L. Holmes
I'm pretty used to buying batteries online and finding they had been made long before I ordered them (had some CR123 with experations the next month from another vendor). In at least my case, my batteries from this vendor show a production date of 3/30/10...and I ordered them on April 18th. You can't get any younger batteries (exp is Mar2016). I'll be checking this distrbutor out for the rest of my battery needs.
128 of 151 found the following review helpful:
Batteries arrived unpackagedNov 05, 2011
By N. Durgampudi
The 4 batteries arrived in 4 small ziplocs rather than in sealed Duracell packaging as shown in the picture. I have no idea if they are new or used.
30 of 33 found the following review helpful:
Coated in oil...Jan 08, 2012
By M. McMaster
The batteries were covered in an oily goo. I couldn't tell if it was from the batteries or not, but some of them were discolored and slightly misshapen. Not what I expect from a brand name battery!
172 of 209 found the following review helpful:
Batteries leaked, ruined cameraOct 11, 2010
Picked up a pair of Duracell AA batteries on a vacation when my rechargeables died. The batteries started leaking after about two months of light use in the camera, and the clear liquid that came out couldn't all be cleaned from the camera, which now refuses to turn on with new batteries despite it being in near perfect condition otherwise.
I am in the market for a new camera... and I don't plan to buy Duracell again (I'll remember an extra set of rechargeables next time).
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I have gotten a bit of flack for putting a negative review on these batteries (just 1 out of 5 helpful, which is pretty typical when putting a negative review on Amazon). My review is to note that I got a lemon product. I realize it is probably rare, and there are plenty of folks who review the batteries who got a good set. But so long as there are lemons, there should be an occasional negative review on a product.
Reviews are almost entirely based on anecdotal evidence. Some folks happen to get a bad product (a lemon), so we rate the product we got, not the product we might have gotten. Other folks who purchased a good product (not a lemon) do the same. Looking at all the reviews, you get an overall impression of the integrity and utility of the product.
36 of 41 found the following review helpful:
Check expiration dateJul 13, 2012
By Katherine Reinholt
Batteries were purchased in June 2012, but product received had expiration date of Feb 2012. Also they did not arrive in the advertised packaging, so am not sure if they are genuine. Could be good deal but make sure you check the dates when you receive the product.
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