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Energizer Max AAA review

£3.75 Typical price

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Key features
  • AAA
  • Alkaline
Expert review

Energizer’s Max AAA are some of the more expensive batteries on sale. But do they provide longer lasting battery power than the supermarket own-brands and their big-name rivals? We put Energizer’s AAA batteries through their paces to see whether they are worth splashing out on. Our results reveal all.

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First reviewed by Which?

November 2016

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Best Buys and Don't Buys
We have tested 47 batteries and found that there are 3 Don't Buys and 8 Best Buys.
Range of Battery scores
  1. 34%
    Lowest score
  2. 64%
    Average score
  3. 92%
    Highest score
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