Prices are what we paid per battery.
The Eveready Gold is a good performer in most situations and has a good shelf life. Its best use is in low-to-moderate drain devices such as torches, gaming controllers, radios and TV remotes.
- 75Performance (low-drain)
- 55Performance (high-drain)
- 70Energy (low-drain)
- 49Energy (high-drain)
- Good low-drain performance.
- Good low-drain endurance.
- Good low-drain energy.
- Good shelf life.
- Poor high-drain energy.
- Price ($)
- Time to fully discharge (low-drain) (hrs:mins)
- Time to fully discharge (high-drain) (hrs:mins)
- Expected shelf life
Eveready Gold AA Value packs
Seemed to be good value for money.
Had a poor response of TV remote with these new (expiry date 05/2032) batteries fitted. Tested using both a retail battery tester and my multimeter and found that the majority of output voltage was between 1.1 to 1.38V, which basically means they're flat. Only eight out of the pack of 24 gave initial voltages of >1.5V. Not a good result in my opinion.
No, this product has too many drawbacks.
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