AA AAA Dry Cell battery guide

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1) Lithium Batteries > Alkaline Batteries > Zinc Carbon batteries Lithium batteries cost more, lasts longer (extremely longer) than Alkaline ones and weighs less. Ex: https://www.amazon.in/Energizer-Lithium-Batteri... Mere two cells of Lithium batteries from energizer brand costs 300 rupees. But they are worth it. They are suitable for high drain electronics equipment. Energizer brand has 20 year shelf life. That's really impressive. Since those are power houses, using them in right equipment is very important. Because of light weight, gamers can use these on their gaming mouses. They perform in extreme conditions (-40 to 60 degree C in case of the battery shown above)https://data.energizer.com/pdfs/l...df Uses: Cameras, Gaming Mice, RC toys, smoke alarms etc 2) There are different kinds of Alkaline Batteries. They come next to Lithium batteries but at a fraction of cost n a lot less performance. But they cost slightly better than Zinc Carbon batteries and last longer than them. Duracell has a whole portfolio of such batteries. Notable applications involve wireless mouse, keyboards, wall clocks etc 3) Good ole Zinc Carbon batteries are for low drain occasional power requirements, ex: torch light, toys 4) Rechargeable Batteries They are good for environment as they are rechargeable. Common use among cameras, trimmers, electric toothbrushes etc
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+ha I’m all confused with other non related thoughts. But will definitely add some tidbits in a day or two

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andromeda wrote:

+ha I’m all confused with other non related thoughts. But will definitely add some tidbits in a day or two

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Duracell Chota Power (18 rupees wali Alkaline battery) vs Eveready (9 rupees wali battery) smiling_imp


So, guys don’t cheap out, while choosing batteries for your mouses.

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Duracell 17/- wala much better plus1

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any guide available on performance of Duracell ultra vs Duracell Chhota power vs Eveready red battery? Which provides best value for money?

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Duracell batteries leak easily compared to all others. Had it destroy my AC remote for not using it for a few months. But I notied them leak in other equipment as well.. Others are better and some last for 20 years. Yes I have used 20 year old ones bought long ago which mostly held its charge and did not leak..Amazon ones dont seem to work well as they discharge fast for some reason..

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chai_lover wrote:

any guide available on performance of Duracell ultra vs Duracell Chhota power vs Eveready red battery? Which provides best value for money?

I ll give some links

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papa_kancha wrote:

bikidas are you barood?

No brother. I am bikidas and bikidas means me.

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chai_lover wrote:

any guide available on performance of Duracell ultra vs Duracell Chhota power vs Eveready red battery? Which provides best value for money?

Duracell Copper Top aka Chotta Power aka MN1500 specsheet
https://www.duracell.com/wp-content/uploads/202...
Duracell Ultra aka MX1500 specsheet
https://docs.rs-online.com/2a27/0900766b814ef4....
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Bhai, check these. 🙂

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Anyone used rechargeable batteries?
Is it cost efficient

Main use will be Wall clocks, wireless mouse and TV remote.

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