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posted: Oct. 3, 2016 @ 8:16p
Bought them last time HD had them, same pkg, same price. Leaked all over the place and ruined a $25 flashlight. Edited: Flashlight was used everyday.
posted: Oct. 3, 2016 @ 9:08p
somanycats said: Bought them last time HD had them, same pkg, same price. Leaked all over the place and ruined a $25 flashlight. †† I think they will replace any item that their batteries wreck, or that may just be Duracell, but I have noticed more leakage of Rayovac batteries in devices that sit for prolonged periods of time.
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posted: Oct. 3, 2016 @ 9:31p
BS Their batteries are crap! They ruined two of my products and one of my Dads. They refused to make it good. Then on a later time, their customer service number was disconnected. Don't buy them. You will be sorry. Brad
posted: Oct. 3, 2016 @ 11:19p
Will pass due to the crappy brand.
posted: Oct. 4, 2016 @ 2:29a
Solution, only insert batteries when in use.
posted: Oct. 4, 2016 @ 8:37a
I think these are fine for basic 'low-value' electronics that are regularly used, like a rented verizon dvr remote or cheapo children's toys. At $4 for 24 it's a great deal imho for those kind of things. I would not put them in my Nikon SLR flash etc however.
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posted: Oct. 4, 2016 @ 12:52p
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posted: Oct. 4, 2016 @ 3:04p
mrquality5 said: I think these are fine for basic 'low-value' electronics that are regularly used, like a rented verizon dvr remote or cheapo children's toys. At $4 for 24 it's a great deal imho for those kind of things. I would not put them in my Nikon SLR flash etc however. † Leaking batteries in childrens toys? Would you really give your child a leaking battery?
posted: Oct. 4, 2016 @ 3:35p
This brand is known for poor quality batteries. Sure you can get them for cheap and the issues can be avoided, but I would put safety first and not use them since there have been so many issues with them. Stay safe!
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