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seem to be batteries regardless of the name or price. I stay away from the no name
battery. The Maxell have given me good life in kids
toys, tooth brushes and flashlights.
The Wii controller seems to blow through whatever battery it has in it
so why pay an arm and a leg for the lithium.
The lithium batteries do last much longer but for the price differential
these batteries are an excellent deal at $8.80 for 36 batteries at Amazon.
If reviewing a product, it may have been received free of charge. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.