Energizer Advanced Lithium AA Batteries
The Energizer Advanced Lithium AA batteries are the only batteries I trust to use in my digital camera. No other batteries can stand up to all of the zooming in and out and constant review of pictures. Ordinary batteries used to last me a day or less. These last much longer and are actually a good value for what you get. These are by far the best batteries I have ever used. Thanks Energizer!!! :)
May 11, 2012
I used energizer for quite a while now. Performance wasn’t bad and I would have stayed with the brand, but THEN...
I bought myself 4 energizer advanced batteries for my Finepix S1800. I took a few photos and put my camera back in its bag, and in my drawer. After 3 weeks I took my camera out to take a photo and then I got the shock of my life!!! The batteries acid leaked out inside my camera and destroyed my camera.
I am SO SO disappointed in ENERGIZER that I would recommend to everyone not to put this batteries in your hi tech equipment.
March 1, 2013
Lithium overkill and redundancy
I honestly think Energizer should drop these batteries. It already has the excellent Energizer Ultimate Lithium battery line. It's like having Coke and Pepsi in the very same bar (won't tell you which is which...). Energizer Ultimate Lithium are so much better in every aspect (except maybe for price... really...?) that it simply doesn't compensate to buy the 'Advanced Lithium' over the 'Ultimate Lithium' batteries, which are superior in my opinion (and elsewhere). This only adds to more confusion in people's minds when it comes to decide which ones to buy (i.e., Advanced Lithium? vs. Ultimate Lithium?). Furthermore, is there really a big difference between the 'Advanced' and 'Ultimate' monikers...? I mean 'Advanced' looks good to me. But so does 'Ultimate'. So, in the end, 'Advanced' = 'Ultimate' = Good geeky stuff... Yeah, there's a price difference there but I think that in the end it doesn't really resonate on Advanced Lithium's behalf. Please, drop the Advanced Lithium line and just keep the Ultimate Lithium line. It would also certainly help to lower the manufacturing costs with yet another type of battery. Just focus the production on the Ultimate Lithium line (which is a superb battery) and thus these could have a lower price. We, the Energizer customers, would thank you for that. I know I would.
February 4, 2013
not what they used to be
I have used Enerigizer Advanced Lithium for 2-3 years in my Pentax Digital SLR camera and loved them. They lasted forever. The last 2 packs I have bought will not power up my camera. I have tried them in my spare camera and they won't work in that one either. Did you change the battery?
January 30, 2013
AT LEAST TWO TIMES NOW I HAVE BOUGHT 4 PACK OF LITHIUM BATTERIES AND 1 OF THE 4 WOULD NOT POWER UP MY MEDICAL PUMP.
NOT A GOOD VALUE IF IT COSTS AN EXTRA $3.00 PER PACKAGE.
December 6, 2012
A few months ago, I purchased a set of eight of these batteries for my Pentax digital SLR camera. Upon putting then into the camera, I found them virtually dead, right out of the package. As soon as you turned on the camera, after two or three shots, you got the "Battery Depleted" indication.
I sent them back to Energizer, and after five weeks of waiting, got a check for the first set and a coupon for $5 off the next purchase.
So, I replaced them, and guess what???
The second set has done EXACTLY the same thing.
Well, that's it. No more Energizer Lithiums. I just cannot trust whether they will be ready, even right out of the box.
Twice burned, no more tries.
November 3, 2012
this battery dies to soon
These batteries don't last long, I just bought a pack and there dead already. I only use them for my digital camera.
October 31, 2012
Batteries lasted less then 1 month in my digital camera and I only used the camera 7-8 times. Very disappointed.
October 4, 2012