Running out of batteries is a small annoyance that can end up being a huge pain. Constantly raiding unused remotes, or dealing with a cranky kid that just wants to play with their new batteries-not-included birthday present, or manually operating your TV like it's 1980... none of those are fun situations to deal with.
Right now, you can stock your junk drawer with 24 Anker AAA Batteries for only $7.26 simply by completing your order using Subscribe & Save at Amazon. These typically sell for around $13, but when it comes to the essentials, it's smart to save whenever you get the chance. As an added bonus, shipping is free. Cancelling Subscribe & Save orders is really easy as well. If you're not interested in subsequent shipments, it only takes a few clicks to cancel the subscription, and Amazon will email you a reminder before the next one ships in case you forget to cancel once your order arrives.
This same quantity would typically cost you $13, but you'll pay just $7 when you use Subscribe & Save. These batteries have a 10-year shelf life and excellent reviews.
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These long-lasting batteries power small devices for over a year. The PowerLock seal keeps the insides inside, so you don't need to worry about leakage, and the batteries have a 10-year shelf life so they're even good for storing in case of emergencies. You could also keep them on hand to be prepared for the holidays, because giving gifts that require batteries withou said batteries pretty much makes you the Grinch. Each battery features adaptive output technology that only delivers the power your devices need, ensuring that the lifespan will last for as long as possible. The reviews are quite positive so far as well, with customers giving 4.5 out of 5-star ratings on average.
If you're interested in more powered-up deals, check out this one-day sale on Anker charging gear when you're done placing your order. It's filled with discounts on cables, power banks, wireless chargers, and much more.
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