I’ve learned to loathe and avoid Duracell Copper tops. They start leaking very quickly. I just found a 14 pack of AAA in a drawer with several batteries already leaking. Date March 2014. I’m going to throw the entire pack away.
I found leaking batteries in my remotes and even in a land line phone last year. The landline phone’s electronic memory (stored numbers) and the speakerphone function was working. Working with leaking and corroded batteries? :dubious: WTH?
Whats happened? I remember when Duracell Copper Tops were introduced in the early 80’s. You could use them a couple years past the expiration date without a leak. I quit buying old fashioned batteries because they leaked.
I’m switching to Eveready Energizer. All the Duracells in my remotes are getting switched out ASAP. Throwing out any Duracells I find in my kitchen drawer.
Which is better Eveready Energizer or Eveready Gold?