Duracell Coppertop Alkaline AA Batteries (48 pk.)
Sold Out

    Duracell Coppertop Alkaline AA Batteries (48 pk.)


    Duracell Coppertop Alkaline AA Batteries (48 pk.)

    Why We Love This

    These sturdy batteries are long-lasting and durable, which means we can use them whenever batteries are needed and trust that they'll do the job.

    About this item

    • The Duracell Coppertop AA alkaline batteries are designed for use in household items like remotes, toys, and more.
    • Duracell alkaline batteries are designed and developed for long lasting performance.
    • Duracell AA alkaline batteries are guaranteed for 10 years in storage.
    • Duracell Coppertop batteries are available in AA, AAA, C, D and 9V sizes.
    • Description

      Power up your devices with Duracell® Coppertop Alkaline AA Batteries (48 pk.). As a trusted brand of first responders and firefighters, they're great for use in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. These batteries can also be stored for up to 10 years thanks to Duralock Power Preserve Technology.

      What's an Alkaline Battery?

      Alkaline batteries are made with potassium oxide instead of zinc or ammonium chloride. They offer a higher energy density for a longer shelf life that doesn't compromise voltage. Compared to other cells, alkaline batteries perform well in low temperatures. They have a secure seal that provides resistance to corrosion and leakage. These batteries are generally 1.5V per cell and come in a range of sizes.

      How Can You Extend the Life of Duracell Coppertop Alkaline AA Batteries?

      Although Duracell batteries are dependable, there are many ways that you can get more life out of them.

      • Store these cells in the original packaging at room temperature in a dry place until ready for use
      • Remove Duracell AA batteries from equipment if they're being powered by an AC current/wall outlet or through an adapter
      • Take them out of devices when not in use since many devices don't power down completely when switched off
      • Avoid carrying Duracell AA batteries loosely in pockets, purses and bags because they can be shorted by contact with metal objects, which may also create a safety risk of rupture and overheating


      Duracell Coppertop Alkaline AA Batteries can be safely discarded. They're primarily composed of common metals and haven't been produced with mercury since the 1990s. These Duracell batteries don't pose an environmental or health risk during disposal, as well as normal use. Many communities also have a collection or recycling program.

      Reliable Performance

      There are many gadgets that require batteries to start up. From remotes to toys, Duracell offers long-lasting power. These AA batteries come in a convenient bulk pack of 48. Use them in flashlights, clocks and radios. These Duracell batteries are even ideal for medical devices.


      Tips for Battery Care and Use: 
      Duracell batteries are a reliable and important source of daily portable power. To ensure you get the most from your Duracell batteries, follow these general ‘DO’ and ‘DON’T’ tips for proper battery use and storage: 
      – Keep all batteries in a safe place away from children and pets, particularly the smaller sized batteries. 
      – Store batteries, in their original packaging, in a dry place and at normal room temperature until ready to use. 
      – Use the correct size and type of battery specified by the manufacturer of your device. 
      – Replace all used batteries in your device at the same time. Insert batteries properly, with the plus (+) and minus (–) terminals aligned correctly. CAUTION: Some equipment using more than three batteries may appear to work properly even if one battery is inserted incorrectly.
      – Where possible, recycle your batteries where communities offer recycling or collection programs. You can contact your local government for information about the disposal options in your area.

      – Remove the battery label, or attempt to take the battery apart, or dispose of in a fire as this may lead to rupture and/or chemical burns. 
      – Attempt to recharge non-rechargeable batteries. This can cause your batteries to overheat or leak. 
      – Carry batteries loose in your pocket or purse as they may create a safety risk. They can be shorted by contact with metal objects and may leak, overheat or rupture.  
      – Mix old and new batteries, batteries of different brands, or batteries of different types (for example heavy duty zinc chloride batteries and alkaline batteries) in the same device as this may cause the batteries to leak.



    Promo box

    Someone purchsed a

    Product name

    info info