Pack of 8 AA, latest 2100 charges, Eneloop NiMh batteries £14.77 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Good price for the least destructible batteries available.
1900 mah is a minimum capacity.

This latest gen works to -20C and works even better under load, so for power torches etc will give more light than Alkaline which have rapid voltage decline under load.
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#1
Silly question what happens after the 2101 charge do they automatically stop charging
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£1.78 cheaper from a seller on the same page

Edited By: Sambat on Dec 21, 2014 14:15
#3
As a photographer who goes through loads of batteries I can vouch for the quality of these batteries. The rolls Royce of the rechargeable battery world. Can't remember how much I paid for these in the past so can't comment on price, but for quality these are the best. make sure you get a decent charger and always charge on slowest possible setting to increase battery life.
#4
use these for my mouse mainly, last forever, haven't even charged them once yet and it's going on 4 months...
#5
archer1204
Silly question what happens after the 2101 charge do they automatically stop charging

no, they just will slowly reduce the capacity and the ability to retain the charge
#6
Sambat
£1.78 cheaper from a seller on the same page
Might as well pay the £1.78 to give a better chance of it not being a fake
#7
Awesome batteries !!! Good price too. All I own , the extreme ones are better but these are still great.
#8
Sambat
£1.78 cheaper from a seller on the same page


aye a seller known for selling dodgy batteries
#9
Heated.
#10
northwales
Sambat
£1.78 cheaper from a seller on the same page

aye a seller known for selling dodgy batteries
How do you figure that out?
I have checked his feedback and he seems fine.
#11
Lowest price ever according to 3camel was £14.24 on 03/10/14, so this seems a decent price.

I'm no expert on eneloop batteries so please excuse me if this sounds like a dumb question. Am I correct in thinking that these have the highest quoted recharge cycles compared to previous Sanyo and now Panasonic eneloop batteries? And the other difference between various other slow discharge batteries is the mAh rating, the Extreme model for example having a higher mAh rating which would be useful for high drain devices like camera flash guns etc but those tend to have less recharge cycles?
#12
Great rechargeables are only as good as their charger! Have some duraloops which seem great. But bang for buck I love 7 day shops own which are around £4.50 for 4 however are a little larger than most AAs and are a squeeze in some devices (xbox controllers for one).

Heat added for these though
#13
don't go for aaa panasonic eneloop 2100. they are not good than normal rechargable
#14
Yep, spot on. I use them for my speedlights for photography at weddings when I'm shooting over 2000 photos and they do a great job. Need a good slow charge charger though too !

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cheekster
Lowest price ever according to 3camel was £14.24 on 03/10/14, so this seems a decent price.

I'm no expert on eneloop batteries so please excuse me if this sounds like a dumb question. Am I correct in thinking that these have the highest quoted recharge cycles compared to previous Sanyo and now Panasonic eneloop batteries? And the other difference between various other slow discharge batteries is the mAh rating, the Extreme model for example having a higher mAh rating which would be useful for high drain devices like camera flash guns etc but those tend to have less recharge cycles?
#15
safehaven
As a photographer who goes through loads of batteries I can vouch for the quality of these batteries. The rolls Royce of the rechargeable battery world. Can't remember how much I paid for these in the past so can't comment on price, but for quality these are the best. make sure you get a decent charger and always charge on slowest possible setting to increase battery life.
agreed, set the charger to a rate of 0.3 C. C is the capatity of the battl ie 2000mA. Eneloop AA batts are best I've used, even store for a very long while.
#16
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sparcus
safehaven
As a photographer who goes through loads of batteries I can vouch for the quality of these batteries. The rolls Royce of the rechargeable battery world. Can't remember how much I paid for these in the past so can't comment on price, but for quality these are the best. make sure you get a decent charger and always charge on slowest possible setting to increase battery life.
agreed, set the charger to a rate of 0.3 C. C is the capatity of the battl ie 2000mA. Eneloop AA batts are best I've used, even store for a very long while.


That's the beauty with these, leave them for 6 months and they still have a massive charge in them.
#17
Eneloop batteries are probably the best there is especially for the number of times they can be recharged.

Good find op, thanks
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Sambat
£1.78 cheaper from a seller on the same page



Ships from Switzerland .. oO
1 Like #19
I'd probably go for the Vapextech 8 for £10.95 which are 2400mAh:
http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html#a20

But both are very good, so much better than standard rechargables.
1 Like #20
Invested in a Technoline BC-1000 Intelligent charger. After reading some in-depth reviews, believe its one of the best chargers on the market for its price.
#21
bobthewibble
I'd probably go for the Vapextech 8 for £10.95 which are 2400mAh:
http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html#a20

But both are very good, so much better than standard rechargables.

Great value, especially for higher mAh rated batteries. By the look of things, they don't hold a charge unused for as long as the Panasonic ones but for most people who use them more than once in a while, guess that's not a big issue? Didn't see a figure for how many recharge cycles they are guaranteed for. Anyone know?
1 Like #22
cheekster

Great value, especially for higher mAh rated batteries. By the look of things, they don't hold a charge unused for as long as the Panasonic ones but for most people who use them more than once in a while, guess that's not a big issue? Didn't see a figure for how many recharge cycles they are guaranteed for. Anyone know?

I'm afraid not but I found them after lots of recommendations on hotukdeals - a battery fanatic did lots of tests and reports them here:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/8x-aa-vapextech-ready-go-rechargeble-lsd-batteries-for-10-50-1106626
#23
Can anyone recommend a good charger for these? I have a cruddy energiser which is about 3 years old.
Thanks
#25

Seems good value and has good average customer reviews even if I've never heard of it. If you're not on a very tight budget also worth considering something like this £16.95 smart charger (second from bottom of page):

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html#a45

Edited By: cheekster on Dec 21, 2014 23:41
#26
cheekster

Seems good value and has good average customer reviews even if I've never heard of it. If you're not on a very tight budget also worth considering something like this £16.95 smart charger (second from bottom of page):

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html#a45


Thanks for your input :) it states it's a 'fast charger' and everyone seems to say keep away from fast chargers, is it also true for the one you pointed out? Thanks
#27
These are the best batteries.!
1 Like #28
pangj
cheekster



Seems good value and has good average customer reviews even if I've never heard of it. If you're not on a very tight budget also worth considering something like this £16.95 smart charger (second from bottom of page):

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html#a45

Thanks for your input :) it states it's a 'fast charger' and everyone seems to say keep away from fast chargers, is it also true for the one you pointed out? Thanks

Think you'll find it's standard 'fast' chargers that people in the know say to avoid, the one I provided a link to is a 'fast smart' charger. Basically you have the option to charge batteries fast if you need them in a hurry for example but you can use one of the many different slower charging cycles instead. It's a smart (aka intelligent) charger too which usually means it will stop the charging cycle once the batteries have reached their full capacity thus avoiding over-charging and reducing the life of your batteries.

Hope that helps?

Edited By: cheekster on Dec 22, 2014 13:36: typo
#29
Price reduced to £13.45
1 Like #30
£13.27 from Amazon. Temporarily out of stock but you can order now at this price and they'll notify you by email when stock arrives. Past experience when this has happened, Amazon usually seem to get stock in quicker than expected. I've not had a long wait. Often not even as long as the date they first advised. There is also a third party seller with stock offering for £12.98 if you need in a hurry.
#31
Need replacement batteries for the cordless landline and I'm definitely going to go for the Panasonic Eneloop AAA batteries but I'm confused about the mAh - should I go for 750 or 1900?
Will the 1900 last longer or is it overkill?

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