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Is it cheaper to use rechargeable AA batteries or non rechargeable AA batteries for smaller electronics like electric shaver, kids toys or Wall clock?

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When we compare the cost effectiveness of using the rechargeable batteries and non rechargeable batteries, it is pretty tough to come to a conclusion as to which type of batteries will be cheaper in the long run. Besides i am very concerned about the environmental impact of using certain type of batteries, it will have on our environment. Mainly i wanted to use AA batteries for running small electronics and i don't like unnecessary wastage of batteries.

Rechargeable Duracell Batteries

Regular Duracell Non rechargeable batteries

asked in Labrador City by Lourdes Wray (131 points)

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