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#3683718 - 06/04/14 05:21 PM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: Vermin93]
HogHvn
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http://professional.duracell.com/en/ultra-lithium

Doesn't look like you can buy in USA. idk


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#3683723 - 06/04/14 05:29 PM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: HogHvn]
HogHvn
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They are on ebay

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trksid=p...cat=0&_from=R40
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#3683990 - 06/05/14 01:44 AM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: HogHvn]
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Those Duracell Lithiums are like $8 per AA battery! That's nuts!
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#3684560 - 06/05/14 05:40 PM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: Vermin93]
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Vermin93 your inbox is full.
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#3684580 - 06/05/14 06:28 PM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: HogHvn]
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I just post it here.

I ask today at work and the plant that makes AA(Lancaster, SC) and the plant that makes AAA(Lagrange, GA) are converting lines to make rechargeable lithium batteries. May take a while but it is coming.
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#3689401 - 06/12/14 07:51 AM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: HogHvn]
Rick Dillard
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Utilitech alkaline AA batteries from Lowe's are the best bang for the buck that I have found. When purchased online in bulk, it is hard to beat their prices. A pack of 100 AA alkaline batteries cost $22.97. These batteries work as well as Duracell or Energizers for a lot less cost.
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#3689666 - 06/12/14 12:22 PM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: Vermin93]
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 Originally Posted By: Vermin93
 Originally Posted By: Turd Farmer


Those Duracell Lithiums are like $8 per AA battery! That's nuts!


For me that's a steal. I'm running 4 cellular cams on my farm which is 4.5 hours away. Lithiums are the way to go because regular alkalines last barely 3-4 weeks, maybe a month sometimes. That's cause the cell cams are snapping pics and texting/emailing them to 5 different people.

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#3689698 - 06/12/14 12:54 PM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: drrxnupe]
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 Originally Posted By: drrxnupe
 Originally Posted By: Vermin93
 Originally Posted By: Turd Farmer


Those Duracell Lithiums are like $8 per AA battery! That's nuts!


For me that's a steal. I'm running 4 cellular cams on my farm which is 4.5 hours away. Lithiums are the way to go because regular alkalines last barely 3-4 weeks, maybe a month sometimes. That's cause the cell cams are snapping pics and texting/emailing them to 5 different people.


$8 per AA battery is not a steal. It's nut.

I assume you are using Energizer Lithiums and not paying anywhere near $8 a battery for them.
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#3689761 - 06/12/14 02:17 PM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: Vermin93]
drrxnupe
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 Originally Posted By: Vermin93
 Originally Posted By: drrxnupe
 Originally Posted By: Vermin93
 Originally Posted By: Turd Farmer


Those Duracell Lithiums are like $8 per AA battery! That's nuts!


For me that's a steal. I'm running 4 cellular cams on my farm which is 4.5 hours away. Lithiums are the way to go because regular alkalines last barely 3-4 weeks, maybe a month sometimes. That's cause the cell cams are snapping pics and texting/emailing them to 5 different people.


$8 per AA battery is not a steal. It's nut.

I assume you are using Energizer Lithiums and not paying anywhere near $8 a battery for them.


Yeah you're right...i thought u wrote $8 per pack. $8 per battery is insane.

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#3690160 - 06/12/14 10:26 PM Re: best batteries for the trail cameras [Re: BSK]
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 Originally Posted By: BSK
 Originally Posted By: 416wbymag
I can get 48 of the Ray o vacs for the price of 8 of the lithiums.


They ARE expensive. But I get almost a year out of them in all my cameras that use AAs. I've seen most brands of standard AAs run dead in 2-4 weeks.


I BOUGHT AN m80 Moultrie a few years back and the first time I used it I placed rayovacs in it from Wal-Mart and when I turned it on I heard it make a funny sound and wondered why it made a sound at all but I went ahead and put the cam on the tree and waited for 30 days and returned to find it had only made 7 pics and quit!!!.......I opened it up, it took 8 AA's and to my surprise found the battery compartment contaminated with a blackish grey substance from at least one of the batteries....nothing looked ruined so I cleaned it as best as I could with a baking soda solution but it didn't matter.....it was fried. They made good on it but even the one they sent me only lasted just past the warranty period..........needless to say the M-80 was a total flop for Moultrie, as the girl in customer service said it wouldn't be worth my time for an attempted repair. They have been making cams for a long time but they flopped with that worthless piece and I noticed they change that model from m 80 to 880 after only a couple of years in production. I was never more disappointed in my life.....I wasn't sure it was the cams fault or the batteries, but I suspect the sound I heard the first time I turned it on was something failing in the electrical components...........just my opinion.
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