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    Default energizer alkilne aa vs litium aa? low amps

    at less then .1 amp id lithiums still better?
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    Default Re: energizer alkilne aa vs litium aa? low amps

    Depends on what you mean by "better".
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    Default Re: energizer alkilne aa vs litium aa? low amps

    Quote Originally Posted by raggie33 View Post
    at less then .1 amp id lithiums still better?

    Yup, they are always better.

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    Default Re: energizer alkilne aa vs litium aa? low amps

    You can pretty much bet that at that low drain level an alky will leak on you.

    Yes, lithium primaries are more expensive, but they have a better temp range, a better shelf life, and won't destroy your light when you are not looking.
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    Default Re: energizer alkilne aa vs litium aa? low amps

    At such low current, the difference in performance will be less, but as others have said, lithiums have the advantage that they don't leak. Another leak proof option would be LSD NiMH. More expensive still, but rechargeable.

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