White Rose Not Available USER.2cb31466-3869-479e-bb98-dbf6862b5c3a 1999 Fort Wayne Indiana Komets Limited Edition Zamboni White Rose 1:50 NIB 642464993117
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1999 Fort Wayne Indiana Komets Limited Edition Zamboni White Rose 1:50 NIB

1999 Fort Wayne Indiana Komets Limited Edition Zamboni White Rose 1:50 NIB

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Location: Kokomo, Indiana

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Features : [Unopened Box]
Country/Region of Manufacture : [China]
Vehicle Type : [Zamboni]
Brand : [White Rose]
Color : [Multi-Color]
UPC : [642464993117]
Theme : [Komets]
Scale : [1:50]
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Five Stars
5.0 out of 5 stars based on 10 reviews
Five Stars
7 brands, 1 test: results
Reading reviews here from people complaining about these batteries is pretty comical. The funniest thing was the amazing number of people crying and giving low score reviews because their batteries won't "charge up right." Wow, people today don't even understand the CONCEPT of disposable batteries, lol! For me, these are working just great. I bought a 20 pack for $7, which is about what 6 Duracells normally cost, so, value-wise, they'd have to be REALLY bad to make them a poor purchase. I've used about 8 of them in various electronic devices for a couple months now, and have had no leaking or weak power issues anywhere, so 20 solid AAA batteries for just $7 is a GREAT DEAL! I can't accurately speak about longevity after just a couple months, but everything else about this purchase is very satisfying. Update: it has now been 9 months since I bought these batteries, and have yet to encounter any negative issues (such as leaking or low power). I only use them in things that won't use much charge, such as remote controls. Thus far, I haven't had any of them run out of power.
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Five Stars
Work just fine and GREAT price!
I was a bit skeptical to buy a non brand name battery but we go through so many batteries in my house I decided to give these a try. I have several friends and family that have purchased these and add good luck so I went ahead and bought them. Pretty impressed for the amount you get for the price, and they are performing just as good as name brand batteries I have gotten for years. I will now continue to get these for all sizes. Save your money, and get these.
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Five Stars
Great Value, and Good batteries.
AAA batteries are something that I've found usually involve the following conditions: 1. You need them. Imminently. You don't know it yet. 2. You discover your predicament at an extremely inopportune and unexpected time. You thought the device took AA's. Wrong. No, you don't have time to run to the store. Yes, you need them right now. 3. You rummage through the junk drawer for the four suddenly vital power cells with a mixture of trepidation and fleeting hope. 4. There are exactly four batteries in the drawer. One of them is a AA. 5. You decide to rob the remote, praying they have enough juice left. 6. This singular set of batteries has powered at least 8 different devices in the house. 7. Regardless of the outcome, you promise yourself to pick some up the next time you go to the grocery store. 8. This does not happen. After the fifth grocery run, you forget about the batteries. 9. At a random time and place that is nowhere near a store, you remember that you still haven't bought them. You make a mental note. Your brain throws it away. 10. Repeat. This set of batteries is competitively priced, shows up to your door, has enough to forget about buying them for a long time, and, most importantly, they work. For the everyday user, they are exactly what you need. Plus, to get them, you don't even have to wear pants. Win.
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Five Stars
It's like a bulk pack from Costco but I didn't have to put on pants
It could be my imagination, but I feel like I go through less batteries with these than the brand name. I have noise canceling headphones I wear multiple times daily (working and walking to work), so I go through a lot of AAA batteries. However, since I switched to these I don't seem to! Or they just give me so many so cheaply I don't notice as much. Either way. Good buy!
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Five Stars
leaky batteries
These are decent batteries at a fair price. They do not have the best longevity of all the different AAA batteries that I've tried, but they get the job done and affordable enough that you can still replace them more often and still come out ahead. So let me give you a fair assessment, these are about 4 star batteries in the context of rating them on quality within the price range. These are like the Holiday Inn Express of batteries and not in the same league as a five diamond resort. They are great for remote controls, kids toys, small electronics, etc. I wouldn't use them on any medical or life safety equipment. Just keep in mind that you are ordering a value battery and you get what you pay for.
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Five Stars
Works just as well as the name brand and lasts longer!
My experience with these batteries has been totally positive. They have decent life and are definitely a cut above bargain store batteries. I love the fact that they come in five sealed packages of four. I am convinced that the packaging contributes to the claim that you can store them for ten years. However, I want to throw a few caveats out there: (1) Nowhere is there a warranty mentioned on the product page or the actual packaging. That means that the ten year claim is not truly backed up. (2) I obviously have not owned these for ten years to validate the claim. (3) Improperly stored no battery will last long. For example, if these are stored in a vehicle or non-climate controlled space that is in a hot climate I'd be surprised if the battery could be stored for a year. Back to the performance: these have worked for me out of the package with 100% reliability. The price is definitely competitive. Those two factors make these my "go to" brand. Your mileage may vary.
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Five Stars
7 brands, 1 test: results
I bought these primarily for use with my noise-cancelling headset (Bose QC25), which rapidly gobbles up AAAs like there's no tomorrow (and unfortunately does not tolerate rechargeable AAAs very well, otherwise I'd be using those). I was a bit wary at first given the customer reviews, but after carefully reviewing the reviews on this and several competing items, I noticed a pattern where most of the complaints were regarding issues common to all alkaline batteries (e.g. leakage), and that generally the only real "issue" with these was that they seemed to have slightly less capacity compared to premium brands, so I decided to give these a try. I've been feeding these to my QC25 for the past few months now, and it certainly hasn't been complaining. Capacity seems comparable to premium AAAs, although I feel that it's perhaps slightly lower and/or slightly more variable. Build quality is definitely a bit lower, but not to an extent that I actually care about given that these are disposable batteries. I have yet to see a single one leak on me, which is in line with my experiences with premium alkaline batteries in these headphones (and even some other lower-end batteries), but that's probably more from not misusing them, their short usage lives, and the immediate replacement at the end of their life than from anything else. Note that if you leave *any* alkaline batteries in infrequently-used devices and over-discharge them, some of them are going to end up leaking on you regardless of the brand (the extremely cheap bargain-basement brands might be a bit more likely to leak, although I suspect that this is more a function of their significantly lower capacity than anything else). Overall, my impressions have been extremely strongly positive. These are a whole heck of a lot cheaper than the big name brand premium cells, and are almost exactly the same as those in practice. I am very satisfied with my purchase, and I plan on purchasing more of these once I manage to make my way through the entire 100-pack.
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Five Stars
"Best Packs of Batteries I ever Bought!"
Seems like everybody who is running things off a battery, pick the AAA size. A 10 year shelf life is a bit of an overkill, as I have always gone through the pack before the second year is up. I have seven flashlights strategically located about my house in case of power failure. These little suckers are dependable. This is a reorder for me. Where did that fifth star go to? The answer, little grasshopper, is in the packaging. I believe the ad said something about easy to unwrap – they lie. Got arthritis in your fingers? Plan to spend a little patient time freeing up each five-pack of batteries. Do not know what they plan to protect the five-pack from, however, they do a great job in challenging any old folks among them.
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Five Stars
Cheap batteries when in a pinch.
As a giant spider living in the Forbidden Forest, powering my hollow has always been an issue. The Centaurs don't believe in electricity, and the witches and wizards use magic to create little floating balls of light that hang in the air, or get this - they use candles. These people can literally teleport from one end of the world to the other in two seconds and transform pancakes into razor blades, but they can't figure out the internet. Where was I? Oh yes, batteries! These batteries have helped me light the corners of my hollow that I haven't seen in years, got those infernal smoke alarms to stop beeping every 60 seconds, made sure that my remotes are always going to work, and power all the toys to keep my thousands of spiderlings busy while I watch my nature documentaries. I would buy again, and might need to soon because I swear more spiderlings keep coming out of the woodwork and they need their little robotic models of Weasley to ensnare.
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Five Stars
Cheap but not bad cheap.
Haven't had chance to test these, but if they last even a couple months that's better than some batteries I've paid more for. First time buying household batteries online, and they are so much cheaper in bulk. I don't need 36 AAA, but I will now likely never need to buy AAA batteries again! Only needed 8, but the price difference was like $3 to go from 8 to 36, so why not? Hopefully they have decent longevity, otherwise I will be needing all 36... however, even if I do, for the price I'm ok with it.
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