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Duracell Battery AAA 2 pack
- Pair of AAA batteries for use with portable electronic devices
- Ideal for remote controls, smoke alarms, small flashlights, toys, and more
- Longer shelf life and higher energy output than other battery types
- Safe for disposal in household waste (in small amounts)
- Guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship through freshness date.
Replacement Batteries whether your battery is a CopperTop, an Ultra Power, or a Rechargeable, Duracell’s technology means there’s a battery best suited for each of your favorite devices.
TIPS FOR PROPER BATTERY CARE AND USE
- Use the correct size and type of battery specified by the manufacturer of your device.
- Keep battery contact surfaces and battery compartment contacts clean by rubbing them with a clean pencil eraser or a rough cloth each time you replace batteries.
- Remove batteries from a device when it is not expected to be in use for several months.
- Remove batteries from equipment while it is being powered by household (AC) current.
- Make sure that you insert batteries into your device 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. • Store batteries in a dry place at normal room temperature. Most Duracell batteries will provide dependable long life even after five years of storage in these conditions. Do not refrigerate Duracell batteries, this will not make them last longer.
- Extreme temperatures reduce battery performance. Avoid putting battery-powered devices in very warm places.
- Do not attempt to recharge a battery unless the battery specifically is marked “rechargeable.”
THE CREATION OF THE AAA BATTERY
In the 1950s, Samuel Ruben went on to improve the alkaline manganese battery, making it more compact, durable, and longer lasting than anything before it. At about the same time, Eastman Kodak introduced cameras with a built-in flash unit that required more power than zinc carbon cells could provide. The cameras needed alkaline manganese cells but in a new size, the AAA. Mallory made them, and also licensed the technology to others because the company, at that time, had no consumer distribution.