Daily Offer 2/3/15: Rayovac Batteries

Today at Electronics.Woot, instead of one thing in the daily deal spot, we’re giving you

And since it’s a special kinda sale, we thought it needed a special kinda discussion place that you can find here.



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Rayovac Batteries
Price: $14.99 - 37.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Friday, Feb 06 to Wednesday, Feb 11) + transit
Condition: New


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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
7/4/2014 - $14.99 - 29.99

Walmart AAA battery reviews are like what I’ve seen elsewhere: might not last as long, but overall pretty good and definitely cheaper:

The customer service also seems to be good from what little I’ve read.

4.6 Stars on the AA over at Home Depot

That’s $0.25 each for AA or AAA in the 72 pack. Aldi sells their house brand AA and AAA alkalines for $0.25 each in 8 packs.

So it boils down to whether it’s cheaper to drive to an Aldi store or pay the woot shipping.

Honestly, if you’re the kind of person that would go through 72 batteries, you’re probably better off waiting for the next time Woot has some Panasonic eneloops on sale. You’d definitely save money in the long run and wouldn’t have to worry about buying batteries for a while.

Purchased these (AA and AAA) on a previous Woot! For both sizes, I’ve seen significant cases of leakage.

My advise would be to avoid these diseased cells like the bubonic plague. :wink:

I’ve used and still use lots of the C and D size of the these Rayovacs and have not had any problems of them leaking. In fast I am going to buy on this deal again. :slight_smile:

Because of the cost of actual C / D rechargeable batteries (for a good brand that you don’t have to worry about leaking or catching on fire while recharging), plus the amount of power to recharge the batteries isn’t free…unless you’re doing solar recharges. Ughh…I’ll stick to the Woot! Rayovacs! :slight_smile:

just got my AA and AAA orders. they came in 24-packs, not the 8-packs pictured. I admit, nowhere in print did they promise 8-packs, but I that is what I expected, based on the photos.