AAAA Batteries are Environmentally Friendly
Modern AAAA dry cells no longer contain Mercury, which is a heavy metal that is known to harm the environment.
The packaging is done with precision and combines biodegradable cardboard and minimal plastic. This is within the environmental safety guidelines for consumer products.
The safe and environmentally-friendly blister pack holds the cells in place and prevents any unwarranted contact when packaged.
The batteries also have alternative large quantity packs which are economical and eco-friendly.
Consumers are encouraged to dispose of the batteries in the right manner to avoid unnecessary pollution of land or water resources.
The mercury-free cells also contain recyclable materials that can be used to reprocess new battery components.
They Have a Durable, Heavy-Duty Structure
Quadruple-A cells are manufactured to be able to withstand extreme environmental conditions. For instance, the average battery cell can withstand temperatures of between -18 C and 55C.
The outer casing of the batteries is designed with a special coating that decreases contact resistance for better reliability. The rugged build enables them to function in different environments and power specialty devices appropriately, even in extreme conditions.
This means that whether you live in a tropical location or a cold region, you are assured of optimal performance at all times.
Good quality batteries also have a great shelf life and can last up to 7 years in storage without losing any capacity.
The manufacturers’ quality assurance guarantees efficient energy output throughout the lifespan of the battery.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Are AAAA Batteries Used For?
AAAA batteries are mainly used for small specialty devices, including glucose meters, laser pointers, small headphone amplifiers, computer styluses, and several other small factor gadgets.
What Are the Differences Between AAAA and AAA Batteries?
An AAAA battery size is about 40% smaller—in weight and thickness—than an AAA battery despite having a similar hardware design.
Quadruple-A batteries are also used in smaller unique gadgets such as styluses and glucometers, compared to AAA that are used in common devices like remote controls and toys.
Note that despite their similarity, these two battery types are not interchangeable.
Are A23 and AAAA Batteries the Same?
These are two separate battery types. See the basic differences in the table below:
|1.5 V–3.7 V
|Powered computer styluses, glucometers, laser pointers, LED penlights
Bluetooth headsets, garage door openers, keyless car entry systems, home security systems
Where Can I Buy AAAA Batteries?
They are available in convenience shops and supermarkets but availability is not always guaranteed due to their speciality status. You can also purchase them online on sites such as Battery Specialists.
How Much Do AAAA Batteries Cost?
The cost ranges from $7.95 to $9.85 for an alkaline twin pack while a single rechargeable 300mAh NiMH batteries start at $6.45 each. Prices may vary from one outlet to another.
How Long Can AAAA Batteries Last When Unused?
Ideally, most alkaline batteries can comfortably last between 5 and 10 years in their packaging and still be in working condition.
However, it is advisable to store them in a cool dry place away from excessive moisture, heat or harmful corrosive substances.