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Battery Multipack -  BOGO<br />Assorted Battery Collection (26 Batteries)
Battery Multipack -  BOGO<br />Assorted Battery Collection (26 Batteries)
Battery Multipack -  BOGO<br />Assorted Battery Collection (26 Batteries)
 
Battery Multipack - BOGO
Assorted Battery Collection (26 Batteries)

Battery Multipack - BOGO
Assorted Battery Collection (26 Batteries)

Battery Multipack - BOGO
Assorted Battery Collection (26 Batteries)

 
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How Many Batteries Should You Keep in an Emergency Kit?

Disaster relief groups like the Red Cross promote advance preparedness for emergencies, including the recommendation homeowners and apartment dwellers keep an extra cache of batteries and portable power sources in their emergency kit. But how many batteries does that mean? And which types should be stockpiled?

Here's a breakdown of different types of batteries and the recommended amounts of each to keep around, based upon average household use (and a little personal experience).

AA & AAA Batteries: As the most common battery types, AA and AAA batteries should make up the majority of the battery stockpile.

C Batteries: Unless you have a critical emergency device operating on C batteries, this size is usually a non-essential. Still, it can't hurt to stash away a few for anything that may come up.

D Batteries: Common for powering heavy duty flashlights and some other emergency devices, so keep a stash of these around.

9-Volt Batteries: It's highly recommended to keep as many 9-volt batteries for smoke detectors in the house. Murphy's Law: assume the batteries in smoke alarms will all burn out at once during an emergency power outage, leaving less-prepared homeowners with an endless cacophony of beeping.

Twice is Nice! Remember to check on emergency stockpiles twice a year, once when the clock leaps forward in Spring and later when the clock falls back in Autumn. Refresh and replace battery stockpiles as they're used, and if any batteries are expired, leaking, or damaged, replace them immediately. Some battery storage solutions are equipped with built-in testers, like this one

Collection Includes: (8) AA Batteries, (8) AAA Batteries, (4) C Batteries, (4) D Batteries, and (2) 9-Volt Batteries.

*Our standard offer includes Battery 13PK but this BOGO offer will double evert order to include: (8) AA Batteries, (8) AAA Batteries, (4) C Batteries, (4) D Batteries, and (2) 9-Volt Batteries.




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5 Stars
(1) So 3 years ago... 
Three years ago I bought these batteries. I had purchased a new condo and knew I might need batteries. I had gotten my most used batteries in bulk from the membership bulk store they were expensive. They worked no better than these from Pulsetv.com I moved to a 55 and above condo. Not only am I set for anything going on for me. I have saved a few of my neighbors as well who were in need of batteries. I am not looking for praise. I am trying to be the woman my grandmother taught me to be.

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(2) some good, some bad 
The D batteries expire 3/17. The 9 volt expires in less than a year. The rest were fine. You get what you pay for.

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(3) Great Batteries 
All the batteries that I needed for all the Holiday decor, great price.

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(4) battery colection 
Sorry, Minus the shipping charge, cheaper to buy locally.

 
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