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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 February 2021
You get what you pay for when it comes to batteries I now realise, for years I would use batteries from pound shops or used some of the other supposedly 'Brand Name' batteries who I think just sell their name and let it be put on a poor product. It's false economy really.

But I recently bought a TENS machine to help with pain (i'd recommend trying one by the way) and the Varta battery that came with it only lasted a few hours, so I bought the Panasonic batteries and again, only lasted a few hours.

Ended up getting the Duracell ones on Amazon (which at the time was the same price as the rest actually) and it's on its 4th day and still going strong so I'll be sticking to using them from now on.
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