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Varta Max Power AA review

£4.84 Typical price

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Key features
  • AA
  • Alkaline
Reviewed

Varta say its MaxPower AA batteries are ideal for high-tech devices such as games controllers, cameras and photo flashes, where you need a lot of energy. These batteries also come with a 10-year guarantee. We’ve put them through tests replicating high, medium and low-drain devices - find out if they’re worth buying.

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We have tested 45 batteries and found that there are 4 Don't Buys and 10 Best Buys.
Range of Battery scores
  1. 34%
    Lowest score
  2. 64%
    Average score
  3. 92%
    Highest score
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