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Energizer e2 Lithium Batteries - AA by Energizer
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Product Description

113067 Features: e2 Lithium batteries weigh 1-3 less than standard alkaline batteries to keep your pack light Extreme temps (-40 to 140 degrees F) won't drain the charge of these strong batteries Charge lasts over seven times that of a standard alkaline battery Specifications: Size: AAe2 Lithium batteries should only be used with other e2 Lithium batteries because of the high electrical output

Customer Reviews:

  • Some of the Best Batteries for Electronics
    I have used these batteries several times for some of my electronic devices, and I can say without hesitation that they are the best that i have ever used. If you do not need batteries for a demanding electronic device, then you could probably do without these since they tend to be a bit more expensive. But if you have something that needs alot of power and you don't want to be constantly buying new batteries, then definantly give these a try....more info
  • Great Staying Power
    Like the first reviewer, I have a Toshiba digital camera that drains batteries in less than a few hour's use. I actually considered selling my camera to get a different one solely because I couldn't find batteries that could handle it!
    After trying the Energizer lithium batteries, I've decided I can keep my camera! These batteries have lasted much longer than any other brand I've tried (and I've tried them all; rechargeable, too.) ...more info
  • These are manditory in the winter
    These batteries are expensive but they blow away the performance of alkaline batteries. I do a lot of backpacking and winter mountaineering and I use these a lot in my GPS and flashlight. AA lithium batteries are lighter and weight about as much as a AAA alkaline battery. These last several times longer in all conditions than alkaline batteries. Cold weather is where these really shine. These work to -40 degrees. Alkaline are terrible below freezing. If I am night hiking in the winter conventional batteries only last an hour or two in a flashlight. These will last all night long. Many cameras probably won't even work in the winter with alkaline batteries.

    If you leave a flashlight in your car, buy a LED AA flashlight and put these batteries in it. It will actually work when you need it even in winter.

    The only downside to these other than price is they produce a brief voltage spike when you turn something on. This should not be a problem in most electronic devices because they have voltage regulators. I find they are hard on bulbs in incandesant flashlights. I always brought 2 spare bulbs because I blew them frequently (tutning the light off and on frequently made this worse). I've never heard of a problem with these in LED flashlights....more info
  • Worked like a charm
    My husband had to go off the grid for a week with a youth group trip and I wanted him to keep his cell phone charged. This even included a battery - Fantastic!
    After the trip, this went into my hurricane supplies box....more info
  • Great batteries for "special" purposes
    These lithium batteries are great. They are long lasting, lightweight and work great in freezing temperatures. Their "BEST BY" date is often ten years or more. If you have a device in a fridge or freezer or outside where it gets cold/freezing, then these are very useful since alkaline batteries will often fail in cold temperatures. They are also useful for devices that are inconvenient to change batteries, like clocks or wireless outdoor temperature or motion sensors. If you're wealthy, then you might as well use these instead of alkaline or rechargeables, but because of the relatively high cost, I only use these for "special" applications. Otherwise I use alkalines or Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable batteries....more info
  • last long
    I've got an old cd player that drains batteries like crazy. When I tried these in it, they lasted at least twice as long. They do cost more initally, but when you figgure out you have to change your batteries half as often, you end up saving in the long run....more info
  • Digital life!
    Need batteries that last...want my moneys worth! These fit that bill!
    Could be purchased cheaper at Sam's club but I opted to buy online. The service was great though! ...more info
  • Great batteries for "special" purposes
    These lithium batteries are great. They are long lasting, lightweight and work great in freezing temperatures. Their "BEST BY" date is often ten years or more. If you have a device in a fridge or freezer or outside where it gets cold/freezing, then these are very useful since alkaline batteries will often fail in cold temperatures. They are also useful for devices that are inconvenient to change batteries, like clocks or wireless outdoor temperature or motion sensors. If you're wealthy, then you might as well use these instead of alkaline or rechargeables, but because of the relatively high cost, I only use these for "special" applications. Otherwise I use alkalines or Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable batteries....more info
  • Exactly as expected, and a good performer
    These batteries went to feed a new camera battery grip I purchased at the same time. I've been shooting with the same four batteries for over 20 rolls now with a strong charge still present; they're very good performers and pretty long lasting that I see. Would recommend this brand to anyone interested in good, stable batteries....more info
  • Renewed my confidence in a camera
    I purchased a Canon P&S camera and was quite disappointed in the item because it ate the included alkaline batteries. A very helpful poster here suggested I try these lithium batteries and/or the Sanyo Eneloop rechargable batteries. I purchased both. These Energizers are in the camera now and my confidence in the camera has been restored. I have also placed the energizers in a small portable radio I take on many jobs. Both the camera and radio just keep on going. I don't believe I'll ever go back to alkalines, except for a low energy drawing device. There are more important things in life, I know, but these batteries have made a huge difference in the useful run time of these two items that I use quite a lot. A highly recommended little source of energy....more info
  • Great for Digitals
    I wouldn't use anything else in my digital camera, CD player, etc. Lasts much longer than regular batteries....more info
  • Great batteries at low temperature!
    I purchased these for use in a freezer monitor and they're working great for the application at temperatures ranging from -18F to 5F....more info
  • They keep going and going!
    These batteries are amazing. These are extremely expensive compared to normal batteries, but well worth the price. I received a pack of them for christmas, and I am still using the same two that I initially put in my canon powershot a400 digital camera on christmas day!!! They are also incredibly lighter as well. Though they may be a steep price to pay, they are well worth it, especially if you use them in a digital camera!...more info
  • They're batteries!
    They're batteries! You can buy them anywhere! (probably cheaper!) There's no reason to buy these online because it's cheaper just to go to store and get them yourself. They're very good batteries for just about everything you use them for, but there is no reason to buy them online.
    ...more info
  • great batteries......
    i just came back from doing a national parks and canyons tour and i took close to 900 pictures with these batteries. i have an Oly SP 570UZ and these batteries are great for this type of snap and shoot camera. highly recommend! only one thing, they tend to get a bit warm so i took them out once i knew i wasn't going to take anymore pics. ...more info
  • Excellent Product!
    These batteries are great, and well worth the money! They have true lasting power, I would definitely recommend them! ...more info
  • Worth the cost
    I go out of my way to buy these batteries. They last and last. Yes, you might get batteries for less and maybe decide it's worth buying a bunch of those for what you can get for these; but if you're like me and want dependable batteries, get the e2.

    There's nothing worse than having a camera go out at that Kodak moment. Lugging a bunch of spares bogs me down. I want batteries that work when I need them and these are it. ...more info