worth the money
February 26, 2022
a good value for the money, have had good results, longer lasting.
September 1, 2021
Great battery for pocket pen light.
Energizer L92 AAA
July 29, 2019
I use these in a TV remote control where they work flawlessly for a couple of years. Great item.
More the Store than the Battery
May 3, 2019
Energizer Lithium: always had good run time (to more than justify the cost over alkaline) and the long shelf life. More of my "piece of mind"--knowing that when I need them they will still work. The secret is Battery Junction--good price and better service.
The Great State of Texas
March 7, 2018
In my independent testing, these batteries outperform all other AA competitors. When operating in sub-zero temperatures, they are a must.
ProsCapacity Wide operational temperature range
I need more!
December 21, 2017
Bought a few for some electronic devices that needed them but I need to buy more. I have some mini RC Toys that could use some Lithium power, so yeah Battery Junc. is going to get a bigger order from me soon. - M.
ProsLighter than Alkaline
Lightweight and Long Lasting
July 22, 2017
Lightweight and long lasting, perfect for long trips in the woods.
February 9, 2017
long lasting power
By h s.
These work great in a penlight.
January 1, 2017
I've been carrying mine for about a month now, and it shows no sign of dimming. They are standard size AAA, and work very well.
ProsLightweight; they weigh less than alkalines or rechargeables. Fairly cheap for a Lithium battery.
ConsNone so far.
Simply the Best for Time-Of-Need Devices
December 16, 2016
Each of us has learned the hard lesson about Alkaline cells when we "discover" that emergency light or radio or more expensive device dead, and damaged by leaking Alkaline cells after years of storage neglect. Hard lesson to learn, and something we should take to heart, yet sometimes the lesson is repeated over the years. I decided long ago to divide my devices into to categories - just-in-case, time-of-need devices, low drain /regular use devices, and high drain regular use devices. The first two categories get Lithium Iron cells, either L92 AAA's or L91 AA's. the last category gets 2nd generation (low self-discharge) NiMH cells. For the first group the just-in-case, time-of-need devices relax for a decade and more, all the while ready to do their job - proven! For the second group, low discharge devices like the Fenix E01 AAA light lasts for thousands of 30 second uses, an at-full-performance service life of many years before the cell is depleted - proven! For the third group, high discharge devices, the service and cycle life of a 1200mAH AAA or 2500 mAH NiMH gives better service than the best Alkaline and saves the cost of hundreds of primary cells - proven (with good quality NiMH cells)! No more ruined devices, no more disappointments at time-of-need, much better use of funds. Energizer Ultimate has been the brand of choice from its early development... in fact, I have AA devices still serving infrequent use with some of the earliest Lithium Iron cells Energizer made, 1989-1990 vintage, still providing max voltage and service power. The AAA's followed in the early 2000's, and I've been using these ever since then. Recently I've purchased the Powerizer brand offered by Battery Junction for evaluation. Until that is a proven alternative, the Energizer Ultimates are my go-to primary AA and AAA cells.
Pros10 to 20 year storage/standby life Flat power curve with ample capacity (1200mAH AAA, 3000mAH AA) Full-performance service life a superior to NiMH and Alkaline cells Excellent service life and safe (leakproof) for infrequent-use EDC and seldom-used or time-of-need devices Good long-term value for infrequent-use EDC and seldom-used devices considering elimination of the risk of cell leakage damage as well as minimal self-discharge during years of service
ConsInitial cost of Lithium Iron cells is as much as 6X that of Alkaline, but this comparison/conclusion is only valid in short-term, high-drain applications where use of an NiMH cell would be a better and economical choice.
Pearl River, NY
October 21, 2016
Best battery. Last a longtime. Well worth it! I try to only get these now
ProsLong lasting great price
Ocean View, NJ
BEST DISPOSABLE AAA BATTERIES
January 22, 2016
Energizer Ultimate Lithium AAA (L92) batteries are by far the best disposable (primary) batteries available! With an "up to 20 year shelf life" you can count on having functioning batteries when you need them. They operate well in extreme temperatures, and WON'T LEAK in your equipment. These batteries last much longer than any other battery I know of. If for no other reason, one should consider purchasing these as backups for all their necessary devices, in preparation for times of emergency. Do they cost more ? You decide, When" inexpensive" alkaline batteries leak and ruin your device, or worse, expire when you need them the most, perhaps then you may determine these lithium batteries are well worth their price. Although I use Panasonic eneloop pro rechargeable batteries along with a Panasonic BQ-CC17 charger for everyday use, these Energizer batteries are ALWAYS on hand as backups or when I need the longest lasting battery. Battery Junction has low prices on these, and fast shipping, you can't go wrong.
ProsLONGEST LASTING, WON'T LEAK, FUNCTION WELL IN EXTREME TEMPERATURES, 20 YEAR SHELF LIFE
November 23, 2015
Quality product. Best use for any electronics where you may forget to remove the average alkaline batter that n]my result in corrosion.
Great lithium batteries
December 16, 2014
I purchase lithium batteries for everything. They store for at least 10 years and are more dependable in cold weather.
Upstate South Carolina
Best AAA's available
December 10, 2014
I use these in a high-intensity flashlight. They seem to last forever. I use them in a camera that used to eat batteries - these last for weeks, rather than hours. In high-drain applications they are well worth the cost.
Consonly downside is that they cost more, but are worth it.
Higher performance than alkaline, and won't leak
December 5, 2014
These batteries are pricey compared to alkalines, but they won't leak, -- and compared to alkalines L92s have higher capacity, longer shelf life, are lighter, and work better in the cold. Their voltage is slightly higher than that of alkalines or Ni-MH rechargables,... but in many applications such as penlights and keychain flashlights, that's a good thing. Battery Junction has the best price I could find on these batteries... approximately 25 cents cheaper per cell than the giant online reatailers.
Eveready AAA Lithium Batteries
October 22, 2014
Ski season is almost here and it is time to get the gear ready. I use Goggles that require AAA batteries, so I can use the Eveready Lithium batteries that are not affected by the extreme temperatures. I have skied in 15 below zero and was able to continue to skiing uninterrupted by goggle fog on some of the worlds greatest ski areas.
ProsLonger life and virtually unaffected by extreme temperatures.
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