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Deal: Fuji EnviroMAX AA & AAA Batteries

by Paul Strauss
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While lots of devices have rechargeable batteries these days, the fact is that they generally aren’t as powerful or long lasting as alkalines. So that’s why I still use ’em in everything from my remote controls to my computer mice. I also like to keep plenty on hand so I never run out. If you’re looking to stockpile batteries for your electronics, look no further than this deal.

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We’ve got 96-pack and 144-packs of both AA and AAA Fuji EnviroMAX batteries over at the Technabob Shop, so you won’t run out of power any time soon. These batteries are both cadmium and PVC-free, making them more environmentally friendly than other alkalines.

You the 96-packs go for just $39.99, while the 144-packs are $49.99. You can also grab a great deal on 96 each of the AA and AAA batteries for just $59.99.

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