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Panasonic Eneloop BK-4MCCEC4BE AAA Rechargeable Batteries with Batterybox (Pack of 4) £6.99 Amazon Prime / £10.98 non prime

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The best rechargeables around, bar none. And at only 30p more than the lowest ever price they've been sold at on Amazon. Eneloop is the perfect, long-life, pre-charged, energy and money saving, re… Read More
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The best rechargeables around, bar none. And at only 30p more than the lowest ever price they've been sold at on Amazon.

Eneloop is the perfect, long-life, pre-charged, energy and money saving, recyclable rechargeable battery which can now be charged and discharged even up to 2100 times. Since its launch in November 2005 eneloop has revolutionized the consumer-use rechargeable battery segment with its unique features. Eneloop is a rechargeable battery that can be used as easily as a dry-cell battery, and reused simply by recharging it. It combines all advantages of a dry-cell battery and a rechargeable battery while also protecting the environment.

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Eneloop Micro AAA 750 mAh rechargeable battery + batterybox (4 pcs)
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#1
Bought the AA version of this battery for £5.99 I think from 7 day shop several months ago fantastic batteries that hold their charge well.
#2
Nice! these are £6.09 delivered on 7 day shop, but no travel case.
#3
Only 750mah. Ok for the mouse and tv remote. If they have greater capacity batteries this would a great deal.
#4
mrty
Only 750mah. Ok for the mouse and tv remote. If they have greater capacity batteries this would a great deal.
There are, of course, greater capacity rechargeable AAAs, but none of them are remotely as good as Eneloops - and none of them will allow 2100 recharges, or anywhere near it. There's no problem with the capacity for most purposes (LED Lenser torches for example) - you just need to change and charge them more often in high drain applications.
#5
fantastic batteries and great price!! wish aa were this price as well!
#6
What type of chargers do people recommend for the Eneloops batteries? Will any kind work?
#7
Newbold
mrty
Only 750mah. Ok for the mouse and tv remote. If they have greater capacity batteries this would a great deal.
There are, of course, greater capacity rechargeable AAAs, but none of them are remotely as good as Eneloops - and none of them will allow 2100 recharges, or anywhere near it. There's no problem with the capacity for most purposes (LED Lenser torches for example) - you just need to change and charge them more often in high drain applications.

But you wouldnt use NiMH for LED torches.
#8
powerbrick
Newbold
mrty
Only 750mah. Ok for the mouse and tv remote. If they have greater capacity batteries this would a great deal.
There are, of course, greater capacity rechargeable AAAs, but none of them are remotely as good as Eneloops - and none of them will allow 2100 recharges, or anywhere near it. There's no problem with the capacity for most purposes (LED Lenser torches for example) - you just need to change and charge them more often in high drain applications.
But you wouldnt use NiMH for LED torches.

I use an Eneloop AA NiMH in the little torch I keep in my pocket. It is 1.5 volt max so can't be used with li-ion and draws about 1.5 amps so an eneloop is ideal.
1 Like #9
Someone's put together a nice comparison on the wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eneloop#AAA_size
So yes, there are Pro versions which are quite new and can hold 900/930 mAh but for that they only have about 500 charge cycles.
From the table these seem to be the 'Eneloop 4th generation' with 2,100 charge cycles and 90% after 1yr, and impressive 75% after 5 years storage.
1 Like #10
Good price, but if you want very good batteries take Eneloop Pro 2500mAh. I use them for Xbox One controllers and they last about 2 weeks intensive gaming.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/400975737844?

However, first you should invest in a smart microchip battery charger. I bought this and would recommend:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261626958989?hash=item3cea2e948d:g:Qi8AAOSwzOxUWMTo

Edited By: niceroundpound on Jan 26, 2017 18:27
#11
Krakoos
Good price, but if you want very good batteries take Eneloop Pro 2500mAh. I use them for Xbox One controllers and they last about 2 weeks intensive gaming. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/400975737844?
However, first you should invest in a smart microchip battery charger. I bought this and would recommend:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261626958989?hash=item3cea2e948d:g:Qi8AAOSwzOxUWMTo

These are AAA batteries not AA
1 Like #12
The XTar VC4 is a good charger too.
#13
Krakoos
Good price, but if you want very good batteries take Eneloop Pro 2500mAh. I use them for Xbox One controllers and they last about 2 weeks intensive gaming.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/400975737844?

However, first you should invest in a smart microchip battery charger. I bought this and would recommend:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261626958989?hash=item3cea2e948d:g:Qi8AAOSwzOxUWMTo


Same charger for £12 less:
https://www.7dayshop.com/battery-chargers-and-testers/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-professional-ds-sc1000-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display
#14
powerbrick
Newbold
mrty
Only 750mah. Ok for the mouse and tv remote. If they have greater capacity batteries this would a great deal.
There are, of course, greater capacity rechargeable AAAs, but none of them are remotely as good as Eneloops - and none of them will allow 2100 recharges, or anywhere near it. There's no problem with the capacity for most purposes (LED Lenser torches for example) - you just need to change and charge them more often in high drain applications.
But you wouldnt use NiMH for LED torches.
I would. And I do. Along with 18650s - depending on the torch. :)
1 Like #15
CHUNGHO1
What type of chargers do people recommend for the Eneloops batteries? Will any kind work?
Most types will work, but these are particularly good batteries, capable of giving extremely good service over a long period of time if you treat them sensibly.

For that reason, I'd strongly recommend one of these two - ideally the second for its increased versatility at just £3 more (£22.99, as against £19.99). Both are very good, though, and both will preserve your batteries.

https://www.7dayshop.com/battery-chargers-and-testers/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-professional-ds-sc1000-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display

https://www.7dayshop.com/battery-chargers-and-testers/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000
2 Likes #16
Krakoos
Good price, but if you want very good batteries take Eneloop Pro 2500mAh. I use them for Xbox One controllers and they last about 2 weeks intensive gaming.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/400975737844?

The downside, though, is the number of times you can recharge them - just 500, as against 2100. That may be completely irrelevant, though, depending on your usage.
1 Like #17
Been buying these for years from Amazon for between £5-6 per 4 pack (AA or AAA, with and without case)
Not a deal in my opinion, but it could be that prices are up now in general. Good for some
#19
Newbold
CHUNGHO1
What type of chargers do people recommend for the Eneloops batteries? Will any kind work?
Most types will work, but these are particularly good batteries, capable of giving extremely good service over a long period of time if you treat them sensibly.
For that reason, I'd strongly recommend one of these two - ideally the second for its increased versatility at just £3 more (£22.99, as against £19.99). Both are very good, though, and both will preserve your batteries.https://www.7dayshop.com/battery-chargers-and-testers/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-professional-ds-sc1000-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-displayhttps://www.7dayshop.com/battery-chargers-and-testers/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000
Currently cheaper @ Amazon
https://www.amazon.co.uk/7dayshop-Intelligent-Li-Ion-Battery-Charger/dp/B01N2NAZ7K
banned#20
The AA'S are fantastic for flash guns, really fast recycle times and last ages
#21
Newbold
CHUNGHO1
What type of chargers do people recommend for the Eneloops batteries? Will any kind work?
Most types will work, but these are particularly good batteries, capable of giving extremely good service over a long period of time if you treat them sensibly.
For that reason, I'd strongly recommend one of these two - ideally the second for its increased versatility at just £3 more (£22.99, as against £19.99). Both are very good, though, and both will preserve your batteries.https://www.7dayshop.com/battery-chargers-and-testers/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-professional-ds-sc1000-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-displayhttps://www.7dayshop.com/battery-chargers-and-testers/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000

The second one which can charge li-ion doesn't appear to have the Discharge, or Refresh function. I don't think I've used the discharge on mine yet (I bought one about 6 months ago), but I have found the refresh function to be useful on some of my older batteries.I suppose with the second one, you could run test repeatedly instead, until the battery's reported capacity stopped improving.

Edited By: melted on Jan 26, 2017 22:01
#22
powerbrick
Newbold
mrty
Only 750mah. Ok for the mouse and tv remote. If they have greater capacity batteries this would a great deal.
There are, of course, greater capacity rechargeable AAAs, but none of them are remotely as good as Eneloops - and none of them will allow 2100 recharges, or anywhere near it. There's no problem with the capacity for most purposes (LED Lenser torches for example) - you just need to change and charge them more often in high drain applications.

But you wouldnt use NiMH for LED torches.


So what batteries should I be using with my LED Lenser torch ?
#23
powerbrick
Newbold
mrty
Only 750mah. Ok for the mouse and tv remote. If they have greater capacity batteries this would a great deal.
There are, of course, greater capacity rechargeable AAAs, but none of them are remotely as good as Eneloops - and none of them will allow 2100 recharges, or anywhere near it. There's no problem with the capacity for most purposes (LED Lenser torches for example) - you just need to change and charge them more often in high drain applications.

But you wouldnt use NiMH for LED torches.


Eh? Please explain? Depending upon what voltage is required by the driver, you can't beat lithium ion or NiMH for flashlights.
#24
CHUNGHO1
What type of chargers do people recommend for the Eneloops batteries? Will any kind work?


As antmatz said about, the XTAR VC4 is excellent for a plethora of different types of rechargeable batteries.
#25
Any chance any of your kind & knowledgeable folk can help?

I posted under the ASK section a while back, but no responses. Would appreciate it if any of you could take the time to help.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/best-battery-charger-batteries-technoline-eneloop-pro-s-aa-aaa-9v-2590442
#26
NotMyRealName
Any chance any of your kind & knowledgeable folk can help?
I posted under the ASK section a while back, but no responses. Would appreciate it if any of you could take the time to help.http://www.hotukdeals.com/ask/best-battery-charger-batteries-technoline-eneloop-pro-s-aa-aaa-9v-2590442


I think the only significant difference between those two chargers is the bc1000 model can do some higher charge currents, although the highest setting was only available when charging only two batteries inserted in the two outside channels.

Here's a comparison:- http://www.batterylogic.co.uk/technoline/technoline-BL700-or-BC900.asp

There are a lot of good cheap copies of those chargers, I own a 7 dayshop version mentioned above which can charge at a maximum of 1amp, I generally charge my standard Eneloop AAs at 700mA or less, and my AAAs at 500mA or less.

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