You're welcome!Just bought 200 AA's, Thanks for the heads up
LOL I did a quick check on the quality of these and they seem to hold up just fine. I get a kick out of those who can form a whole thread off of battery specs and history Here's one on the Lowe's house brand battery you listed:
So not true. Yes akalines slow down a lot but they don't magically stop working.Nice for warm weather but once the temps drop below 32 Degree Alkaline's stop working I have used both Duracell and Energizers here in Michigan and they only last maybe 1 day new out of the packages. After trying 3 sets in my game cameras I switched to e-lithium and never looked back. So for those that use them in Cold Environments these might not last long...