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    Default Test/review of Panasonic Alkaline Plus Power AA CAN

    Panasonic Alkaline Plus Power AA CAN



    Official specifications:
    • Voltage: 1.5V
    • Protects power (Storage time): up to 10 years.





    The standard alkaline AA cell in America from Panasonic.











    Fairly normal alkaline discharge curves.











    Conclusion

    These cells are best at high current and not as good at low current, but it is not a huge difference to other brands.


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    Default Re: Test/review of Panasonic Alkaline Plus Power AA CAN

    I just bought some and I would like to find out how the 2020 version of these batteries perform. Do they leak? Will they last as long as rayovac alkalines? Anyone had any experience with these good or bad?

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    Default Re: Test/review of Panasonic Alkaline Plus Power AA CAN

    Anybody?

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    Default Re: Test/review of Panasonic Alkaline Plus Power AA CAN

    Bump?

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    Default Re: Test/review of Panasonic Alkaline Plus Power AA CAN

    I don't watch the idiot tube much, but I happened to see that Energizer is advertising these new AA alkalines that are supposedly the most powerful ever.
    ampdude

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