Info about Energizer Advanced Alkaline?

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Info about Energizer Advanced Alkaline?

I bought a package of Energizer Advanced Alkaline, because they were just a bit more expensive than Energizer Max, and much cheaper than Lithium. But I wasn't able to find any information about them, I mean, discharge graphs, and comparations with other alkalines..

I found this pic on CPF, but there were no more info. My package is a bit different, but they are the same. Have you ever heard about them?

 

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They don't sell these in the EU - in fact they seem to be Canadian market only - though they have obviously appeared in Argentina. The data sheet is here.

http://data.energizer.com/PDFs/AX91.PDF

 

As usual, the datasheet is rather limited in terms of hard numbers.

 

The numbers from my light tests are always to be found here.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0ApkFM37n_QnRdDU5MDNzOURjYllmZHI...

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Mmm, interesting.. they seem to be an average between Lithium and alkalines if you compare them with this info: http://data.energizer.com/PDFs/l91.pdf

Local prices are something like these:

Energizer Max 0.8USD

Energizer Advanced Alk: 1 USD

Energizer Lithium: 2.5 USD <- yes, these ones are not cheap.. Sad

I'd better buy more rechargeables..

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After 400 graphs and 30 data sheet and 3 confrences ,a panel of 14 experts ...

the long and short is .. it's an expensive alkaline ..

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Get those 2500mAh nimh Eneloops in "tactical" color and youre done for quite some time. Smile

Would get a lithium one for a emergency in car flashlight carefulyl hidden that doesen't get cooked on sun in summer time. I like fireworks but not in car. Those shuld be stable but playing it safe might be a good thing.

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I think pre-charged is a good idea .. think of all the stupid rechargables that have worldwide been returned because someone just grabbed rechargables by mistake went home shaoved them in a device and ...nothing ....awwwwe what's this ?? who bought these ??Take em back you paid too much anyway ..!!  this way 6% of the population buys them uses them and tosses them in the trash ..everyone happy no returns no mess no fuss .

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