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Score: 9.3/10  [1 review]
4 out of 5
ProdID: 5401 - Eneloop Rechargable Batteries
Brand / Manufactured by: Sanyo

Eneloop Rechargable Batteries

Eneloop Rechargable Batteries product reviews

Low Self-Discharge rechargeable 'AAA' NiMH battery resulting in a long shelf life, a high energy density and Ready-to-Use straight out of the pack makes 'eneloop' NiMH batteries ideal for use in a wide range of devices from low-current to high-current applications.

    •  Pack of 4 x 'AAA'
    •  Battery type: NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) Rechargeable
    •  Pre-charged and ready to use off the shelf
    •  First initial charge at factory using solar generated energy
    •  Can be recharged up to 1,800 times (yesterday's rechargeable technology battery, NiCd - nickel-cadmium can only be recharged up to 1,000 times in comparison)
    •  High capacity and performance
    •  Typical capacity: 800mAh
    •  Minimum capacity: 750mAh
    •  Voltage: 1.2V dc
    •  Long shelf life (retains 75% of the capacity even after 3 years)
    •  Economical to use
    •  Environmentally friendly
    •  Operates at temperatures down to as low as -20oC
    •  Recommended for high drain devices
    •  Cell dimensions: 10.5(d) x 44.5(h) mm
    •  Weight: approx. 13g

economical   enviromentally friendly   rechargable batteries
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Review by: kiwiblondie (Michelle)
Dated: 3rd of May, 2014

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This Review: 9.3/10
Score 9 out of 10
Supply Duration:
Score 9 out of 10
Score 9 out of 10
Personal Choice:
Score 10 out of 10

With a lot of kids toys needing batteries it was a choice of do we buy heaps of cheaper batteries or do I spend the extra money in the beginning and just recharge the batteries as needed. At first it was easier to buy the disposable batteries but then when you are buying every few days it adds up to a lot.

First couldn't find rechargeable batteries in the supermarkets but when I did find some there was a bit of a selection so thought that the pre charged ones would be better as boys have no patience for waiting till the batteries are charged. Another factor was how many times it can be recharged, not sure how big a pile of 1 500 batteries would be but it would be a lot more than I would be happy to just throw away.

As with any batteries it does come in various sizes, most toys use AA or AAA and I have had to get both. Some toys drain the batteries a lot faster so it is good that I can just put them on charge as often as needed.

I would recommend these batteries to anyone who needs a lot of batteries and don't want to use the disposable batteries and as an extra you can use them immediately.

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