Battery Comparison Chart

Energizer AA Batteries

With so many battery choices, it’s helpful to know what’s best for your particular device. Learn the basic differences between regular batteries and rechargeable here, and don’t forget to check out our Battery Chemistry Chart for a quick glance at which batteries can be recharged. 

Two basic battery types.

Single-use batteries have a limited life and need to be replaced. Alkaline batteries like Energizer® MAX®, and lithium batteries like our Advanced and Ultimate are good examples. Other single-use batteries include silver-zinc and zinc air. 

Rechargeable batteries, of course, can be recharged again and again – some of them up to 1,500 times! Examples of rechargeable batteries include Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH), Nickel Cadmium (NiCd), Lithium Ion (LiIon) and Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries. Check out the Energizer® Recharge® page for a great selection.

Energizer ECO Advanced AA Batteries

Energizer® EcoAdvanced®

Introducing the world’s first AA battery made with 4% recycled batteries, and our longest-lasting alkaline ever.
Size: AA AAA

Energizer Max Power Seal AA Batteries

Energizer MAX®

Long-lasting power combined with leakage protection on AA and AAA sizes for your favorite devices.
Size: ​AA AAA C D 9V

Energizer Advanced Lithium AA Batteries

Energizer® Advanced Lithium

More power for the devices on which you rely vs. Energizer® MAX®.
Size: ​AA AAA

Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries

Energizer® Ultimate Lithium

Enjoy your must-have gadgets even longer by trying the world’s longest-lasting AA and AAA batteries in high-tech devices.
​Size:​ AA AAA 9V


Energizer Recharge® Power Plus

Enjoy long-lasting energy for your power-hungry devices, while saving money over buying regular batteries again and again.
​Size:​ AA AAA C D 9V


Energizer Recharge® Universal Plus

Money-saving alternative to buying regular batteries over and over.
​Size: ​AA AAA C D 9V

Primary (Single-use)
Performance Alkaline
Carbon Zinc
Silver Zinc
Zinc Air
Secondary (Rechargeable)
Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd)
Lithium Ion (Li Ion)