Some practical tips that will hopefully help you extend the life of your batteries. Or at least not cut it to a minimum.
When buying batteries, always check the expiration date. And the most important is the initial date of manufacture. Even if the batteries have lain for six months in a cold warehouse, their performance will be below 100%.
Do not buy expensive items for devices with low energy consumption, and cheap-for “voracious” digital cameras. Buy with a large stock-also not recommended. From long-term storage will not work better.
Always follow the installation order of the items. Of course, it is very difficult to make a mistake here, but sometimes the technique is used by children or inattentive people. Such experiments can harm devices. It often happens that the used batteries can be found among the toys for children. This is unacceptable, and this fact, we hope, is not subject to explanation. And finally, many people forget that if the device is not used for a long period of time, the batteries should be removed from it.