The Best AAA Batteries

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AAA batteries are used for both low-drain and high-drain devices. Low-drain devices would include remote controls and flashlights, and high-drain devices would include electronic items such as digital cameras. In the past, batteries had a brief life expectancy and there was only one basic type of each size from a few different brands. Today, AAA batteries come in many different brands and types that include an extended-life version of the typical battery and the more modern, rechargeable battery.

Duracell Ultra Advanced with POWERCHECK

  • The Duracell Ultra Advanced has a POWERCHECK system, a colorful strip on the side of the battery that gives consumers the convenience of actually seeing how much power is left in each battery. These batteries have 30 percent more power than other ultra digital batteries. The high-drain devices that will reach their optimum power level with the Duracell Ultra Advanced include battery-operated toys, video game controllers and high-powered flashlights.

    Duracell Ultra Advanced with POWERCHECK
    duracell.com

Energizer L92BP4 E2 Lithium AAA Battery

  • The Energizer L92BP4 E2 Lithium AAA Battery is lighter than the average battery, which increases how portable it is, and takes up to 630 pictures, while the regular alkaline battery takes approximately 90 pictures. These batteries perform well in extreme weather, and they also work well with high-drain devices such as digital cameras, CD players and MP3 players. With an advertised shelf life up to 15 years, they are said to last eight years longer than the ordinary alkaline battery. The lithium in this product provides each battery with an abundance of power in relation to the amount of energy used.

    Energizer L92BP4 E2 Lithium AAA Battery
    jr.com

Eneloop Rechargeable Batteries by Sanyo

  • According to METAEFFICICIENT, the hybrid Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) cell battery is the best rechargeable battery on the market. These types of AAA batteries are suitable for both low-drain and high-drain devices. As the "guide to highly efficient things," METAEFFICIENT lists the best rechargeable battery by brand as the Eneloop Rechargeable Battery by Sanyo. This Japanese-made product can be recharged up to 1,000 times, and the life of this battery can be maintained after 12 months of storage. It takes 135 minutes to fully charge the AAA size of these batteries. The Eneloop can be purchased by itself, with a USB Charger, or with a Universal Charger.

    Eneloop Rechargeable Batteries by Sanyo
    metaefficient.com

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