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2 x Eneloop AA 8 Pack Batteries 2000mAh thats 16 Batteries for £20.42 delivered

£20.42 @ Amazon
You can never have enough rechargable batteries and these are £10.21 for a pack of 8 so dont qualify for free delivery making them £16 delivered for 1 pack of 8. Thats too much for shipping so why not…
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[mod] 9y, 7m agoFound 9 years, 7 months ago
You can never have enough rechargable batteries and these are £10.21 for a pack of 8 so dont qualify for free delivery making them £16 delivered for 1 pack of 8. Thats too much for shipping so why not buy 2 packs for just £4 more. Cost per battery is £1.27

* eneloop battery of size AA (8)
* Can be used straight after purchase
* Has a high performance
* Long shelf life with no loss of energy
* Can be used everywhere
* Cost effective in purchase and usage
* Environmental friendly
* Easy to use
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#1
I have been using NI-Cd and NI-Mh for over 25 years, These Hybrid NI-Mh seem to be the best yet. I am replacing my collection for these. 16 for £20 is a real bargain.
#2
excellent :) i've been after a good price for these for ages!!! Same price as a pack of 4 :) VERY HOT DEAL!

trust me guys you defo wanna get some of these eneloops :) best rechargeables about!
#3
...............and ready to go straight out of the pack as they come fully charged..
#4
I'm not trying to be funny but when you say 'you can never have enough rechargeable batteries' - I thought the whole point with rechargeables is that you can have enough. I don't think I could use 16... I might just be gadget-deficient :)
banned#5
I have read info on website relating to these batteries. Other thanthe fact they come fully charged (is this really a great benefit?), surely their ability to hold their charge whilst not being used is somewhat offset by the fact they are only 2000mAh and will not last as long as higher rated batteries whilst being used.

To my mind a bit of a red herring if the strength of a battery is being measured by it's abilty when it's not being used.

These batteries still have a different output to traditional alkaline batteries and their output is still not as constant as alkaline batteries. This causes problems for stand alone flash units on cameras for example.

Cheap enough, but I don't get it yet. What are they promoting with this 'new battery'
#6
These eneloops certainly get good reviews (check amazon.com website - they seem to have been around for longer in the US) but I don't really get the point either.
They say that traditional rechargeables lose their charge after a few days - but.... mine don't. I have some energiser ones which sit in my camera for months at a time and work whenever I need to use my camera.
#7
I think the difference with these batteries to others is the fact that they do not lose charge, like others when standing.

Voted Hot.;-)
#8
this is a good independent website to read about them and some tests someone had done with them....

http://www.stefanv.com/electronics/sanyo_eneloop.html

be sure to also read at the bottom where sanyo had emailed him as well to explain the differences in their claims to his results

as you can see they are very very good rechargeables, yes they are lower rated than other NI-MH batteries, but their use for things as remotes, clocks and especially WIIMOTES!!!!! will be so handy! Gonna replace my uniross with the eneloops for my 4 wii remotes :)
#9
Sorry voted warm - if you are going to get re-chargable batteries then 2000 mAh is pretty weak. I've got 2700 mAh ones at the moment and they last ok, but have ordered some 3200mAh ones - which are taking far too long to be delivered! (E-bay). £10-something for 8...
#10
Im sure that these are an excellent deal But my local pound shop sells 4 rechargable batteries for £1 and a charger for £1 i know they may not be as high tech as these batteries but ive had my sets for nearly 2 years now, they are used in my keyboard,mouse,tv,dvd,sky,wii remotes and usually get charged once a fortnight at the most, the ones in my keyboard every month. No offence but id rather spend a fiver and get 16 batteries and an hour charger. Voted hot still though because these will be of use to someone
#11
Bigfootpete
Sorry voted warm - if you are going to get re-chargable batteries then 2000 mAh is pretty weak. I've got 2700 mAh ones at the moment and they last ok, but have ordered some 3200mAh ones - which are taking far too long to be delivered! (E-bay). £10-something for 8...


There is no such thing as a 3200MAh AA battery any claiming to be 3200mAh are fake the maximum capacity currently manufactured is 2700-2800. Anyone can stick a 3200 label on a battery. Don't believe everything you see on Ebay.
#12
Jefft
There is no such thing as a 3200MAh AA battery any claiming to be 3200mAh are fake the maximum capacity currently manufactured is 2700-2800. Anyone can stick a 3200 label on a battery. Don't believe everything you see on Ebay.



Agreed, another eBay scam.

The one thing I would never buy on eBay is batteries.
#13
Inactive
Agreed, another eBay scam.

The one thing I would never buy on eBay is batteries.


I researched rechargeable batteries extensively last year, the very best manufacturers can not make 3,200mah rechargeable. A lot of falsely labeled ones are coming out of China at the moment.

As for these new ones, in my sat nav they lasted 6.25 hours, my 2,700mah lasted 4hrs

The mah rating is not the whole story as manufacturers use differing methods to rate theirs, real life use is the best means and like many things in life you need to suck it and see.

:thinking:
#14
I bought these in June when they were £9.99 for 8 at Amazon. There was quite a long thread on the forums at the time. Not everyone seemed to appreciate these 'instant' rechargeables but I think they're great. Hot Deal.

SirHugo :thumbsup:
#15
Best chargables I ever had!.....never heard from anyone who owns these to dis them.
banned#16
Roy D Mercer
Best chargables I ever had!.....never heard from anyone who owns these to dis them.



I can understand that, but a 'fan club' for batteries!!


I have Energizer 2300mAh and 2500mAh.


What exactly can I gain by buying these batteries. I use my recahrgables for everything that requires AA, and I just don't find myself ever saying

'Damn if only they would last longer'. or
'How I wish I they were charged up when I first recieved them'


They are recahrgeable, so they will need to be re-charged at some time. The longtivity between charges is of course an issue, and these may well be the best there is. My point is that this so called 'new technology' battery seems to offer little. Surely the same thing with 2700mAH would be more cutting edge.

I wonder if the Dragons den would have been interested in this product. Somehow I doubt it.
#17
Eneloops are great. They can be left quite literally for a year and still have almost all their charge. A traditional rechargeable cannot do this. These are of most use for occasional users who may not use their cameras for long periods. They also seem to be better than their rated capacity would suggest in many instances. Ive got some for my gf's camera, she could not be happier now, whereas before she was always getting caught out with her previous rechargeables having no charge.
#18
Standard rechargeables lose capacity so fast that unless you use them straight after charging, you end up with less capacity than the new generation types. Personally I like to have a few rechargeables ready to bung into anything that needs, but that means only getting 50-75% of the capacity when I actually get around to using them :-)

By the way, Uniross Hybrio are a good deal cheaper than the Sanyo ones. Probably not quite as good admittedly, but you can have a bundle more of them :-)
#19
these batteries have a very low self discharge and so are perfect if you want to have a pre-charged store of batteries that might not be used for weeks or months,
or, if you leave batteries in a device for weeks/months.
If you charge batteries and then use them and run them down the next day then there is no advantage.

Basically 90% of 2000 mAh is infintely more than 0% of 2800mAh (or the mythical 3200mAh).

Do people really risk buying dodgy batteries off of ebay and leave them unattended in a charger as a fire hazard?
[mod]#20
You need to have kids to really see the benifits of these, I have to have a stack of AA and AAA batteries charged and ready as they have loads of things that require batteries and are not well pleased when they have to wait a few hrs for me to charge up the set they just brought back flat.
Likewise they are not impressed when they take supposedly charged ones and after half an hour these are flat as they have been quietly discharging themselves on the bench prior to use.
#21
I already have about 30 AA rechargables (Uniross, Energizer, Powerex, Hybrios and Eneloops). I may just give the others away and stick with these eneloops, the Powerex (very good batteries) and the Hybrios, as the others do drain so, so quickly when not used immediately. These slow drain batts are the future and I recommend them. But I have enough already, so puleezze stop posting these teasers!! :p
If someone sees the AAA type at a good price, then I need some of those ;-)
#22
Quick.... Before they run out!!!
#23
Anyone noticed,this thread is going the same way as the last time the eneloop's were listed.......those that haven't tried them "Knock them" and those that have , wouldn't use anything else.:whistling:
#24
pedroman
Anyone noticed,this thread is going the same way as the last time the eneloop's were listed.......those that haven't tried them "Knock them" and those that have , wouldn't use anything else.:whistling:


If you don't want recommendations, by all means buy blind. Your choice :roll:
I personally find recommendations to be invaluable.
#25
Scribbles
If you don't want recommendations, by all means buy blind. Your choice :roll:
I personally find recommendations to be invaluable.


Thats exactly what I am saying, read ALL of my above comments before making a remark, or you risk taking it out of context.
banned#26
Well after reading this thread and contributing in a negative way towards these batteries I have now found an application that would make sense for me.

I have 3 Panasonic cordless telephones that use AAA type batteries. These batteries are coming to the end of their life, and I would think the Eneloop would come into their own when the phone is not on the charger as is the case very often with me. I am sure the drain caused by the LCD display is minimal and the real reason these kind of phones need recharging after a few days not on charge is due to NiMh discharge.

So yes, I can now see an distinct big advantage on this type of battery.


Where can I get 6 AAA's from cheap?
#27
Sorry if I took you out of context.
#28
Lyrrad
I can understand that, but a 'fan club' for batteries!!

I wonder if the Dragons den would have been interested in this product. Somehow I doubt it.


And somehow I think they would. But wouldn't life be boring if we all had the same opinion? :roll:

Voted hot and added rep, I've been looking to get some of these for ages!

For the record, I am one of those people who has wished rechargables came charged straight out of the pack (instead having to settle for a set of rechargeables and a set of alkalines, just so I can use whatever gadget I've just bought).

And, yes, there's been more than one occasion where I've muttered a load of swear words when I've found the rechargeables have drained over the course of a couple of weeks - despite not being used!
#29
Meant to get these last time MikeT posted about them (knowing what an excellent chap he is, and having a strong respect for his opinion built up over the last 3 years).
Having read that independent review, I knew I had to get some. Ordered 2 packs.
Thanks Mike :thumbsup:
Nod
[mod]#30
Cheque's in the post Noddy:thumbsup:
#31
I wonder if my 15minute charger would zap them :w00t:

I hate waiting the normal 9 hours or more for standard chargers.
#32
Can anyone recommend a charger for these that works with AA and AAA batteries?
[mod]#33
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Can anyone recommend a charger for these that works with AA and AAA batteries?


SANYO Chargers
SANYO offer special chargers for the eneloop. These chargers have been developed by SANYO and have been tested for charging eneloop batteries.

With the charger MDR03 you can charge two eneloops of size AA in 250 minutes or two eneloops of size AAA in 170 minutes. The charger works with AC-voltages from 100V to 240V and is therefore ready to join you on your trips to other countries.

Other Chargers
Basically eneloop is a modern Ni-MH battery, which can be charged like any other Ni-MH battery.
Therefore eneloop can be charged also with other, modern chargers, which are suitable to charge Ni-MH batteries.
However, SANYO cannot accept any liability for the function or safety of chargers made by other manufacturers.
Also SANYO cannot be held responsible for any damage to eneloop batteries caused by unsuitable chargers.
http://www.eneloop.info/clear.gif
#34
Are the Sanyo better than Hybrio (also on Amazon at £2.25 for a 4-pack !!)
#35
Well I have followed the discussion and come to the conclusions that an idealuse for these is for remote controls, low drain and they sit around doing sod all most of the time so have ordered 2 packs. I could do with a similar deal on AAAs though.

Also, anyone looking for a charger on conventional rechargeables should check out 7Dayshop's own brand 2800mAh AAs and also their range of cheap but good chargers.
#36
Perfectionist
Are the Sanyo better than Hybrio (also on Amazon at £2.25 for a 4-pack !!)



Via a Marketplace Seller, so check the delivery charges.
#37
John Mason
I could do with a similar deal on AAAs though.


[SIZE=2]Uniross 4 x AAA Hybrio Batteries 800mAh £5.56 (plus delivery unless you make up the order to £15) at Amazon[/SIZE]
#38
AAA's seconded - I could do this deal with AAA's, most things use these as opposed to AA.
#39
(P.s. Bought Two Packs for Good Measure.)
#40
Perfectionist
Are the Sanyo better than Hybrio (also on Amazon at £2.25 for a 4-pack !!)


I have both makes, performance seem to be equal, however sanyo say theirs can be recharged 1,000 times, the hybrio say that their batteries can be charged 500 times, but at £2.24 for a pack of 4 I would have the hybrio.

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