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AAA alkaline batteries are used when size is premium and are one of the most commonly used batteries that power many of your household items you use everyday. Ideal for low drain devices, but can also be used in high drain devices as well. ACDelco Super Alkaline AAA batteries are the best general purpose AAA battery available today. ACDelco AAA Super Alkaline batteries provide 3X more power than Zinc-Carbon AAA batteries, and also work much better at lower temperatures. AAA alkaline batteries are mostly used in small electronic devices such as:
All the reason you should always have plenty of stock on hand of aaa batteries. And you can count on our ACDelco Super Alkaline Batteries to deliver maximum power and last three times longer. It is always a good idea to have extra batteries on hand at home or at the office. Not only for your gadgets but in cases of emergencies for your flashlights and portable radios.
A brand you can trust! ACDelco Super Alkaline batteries are equipped with advanced technology you can count on! Everyone wants a brand they can trust. Dependable and reliable, ACDelco brand represents quality batteries and products. Founded in 1916, ACDelco manufactures household consumer batteries that are engineered to provide superior performance and value that continues to build on the heritage and trust that ACDelco has built over the past 100 years with the American consumer.
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526 of 532 people found the following review helpful.
6 Brands Tested: Capacity test results + a clear winner
I couldn't find a review stating the tested capacity of the leading AAA batteries on Amazon, so I took it upon myself to find out. For each of the 6 types I've tested (ACDelco, AmazonBasics, Duracell Coppertop, Duracell Procell, Energizer, and Rayovac), I discharged 3 batteries in my Opus BT-C2000 battery analyzer at rates of 100 ma, 200 ma, and 400 ma (discharge rate affects usable capacity). These ACDelco batteries were among the top in capacity, and stomped EVERY other battery in terms of value, with AmazonBasics as a runner-up.
The capacity at each discharge rate was:
Disch Rt | Capacity | Runtime | Sample use case
100 mA | 1005 mAh | 10.1 hrs | Low-power LED flashlight
200 mA | 864 mAh | 4.3 hrs | Electronic toy / medium LED flashlight
400 mA | 670 mAh | 1.7 hrs | Motorized toy / bright LED flashlight
I ran the ACDelco batteries first, and my original review I stated that "Though not top-notch, these results are perfectly respectable". Well, since then I've run 5 more brands, and these are pretty close to top-notch. The only other brand that managed to beat them in ANY category was AmazonBasics, but really AmazonBasics and ACDelco were at the top of the stack and the differences were probably within the margin of error. Put simply: these batteries pack a lot of punch, and they're cheap. For the cost (~$10 as of this writing), these are an excellent value -- the power supplied per dollar spent is nearly unbeatable for a non-rechargeable aaa battery, AND the capacity is very nearly the best I've tested.
I have not tested shelf life or leak resistance for any of the batteries in my roundup, so it's possible that some of the other batteries may do better in that regard. The one thing I *have* learned is that a battery's marketing has nothing to do with its actual performance for power capacity ... assuming that the same is true for storage, you'll have to wait until somebody runs a thorough leak and storage test to know which brand is best.
I have posted reviews for Duracell Procell, Duracell Coppertop, Energizer, and AmazonBasics aaa alkaline batteries with capacity data gathered using the exact same method and equipment. I have attached a graph and table summarizing the results in the images. To find the full reviews for the other brands for comparison purposes, go to the product pages linked below and search for 'mah' under 'all reviews' (or just browse to them on my profile).
AmazonBasics AAA Performance Alkaline Batteries
Duracell Procell AAA Batteries PC2400BKD09
Duracell AAA Batteries Coppertop MN2400 - 20 Pack
Energizer MAX AAA Batteries
53 of 55 people found the following review helpful.
Great batteries at a great price!
By D. Stevens
Not much you can say about AAA batteries other than they seem to last as long as their more expensive brothers and that they don't leak like their cousins from my favorite warehouse store whose name rhymes with 'Bosko.'
Such a deal!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
ACDelco better than Duracell.
So far the best AAA batteries I have used, I have used Duracell and they drained quickly in a voice recorder of mine. I switched to rayovac for about 4 years and had great results. I decided to give ACdelco a try because I needed a bulk pack of batteries. I bought these in 2016 with a shelf life good till 2025. I think these are the best batteries you can buy for the price and are just as good if not better than the rayovacs I used for years. Going to buy a 100 pack of the AA for other uses.