Stunningly good price for these excellent rechargeables - probably the best around.
Money-saving and long-lasting, these rechargable NiMH eneloop batteries are ready to use out of the packet (pre-charged).
They can be charged up to 2100 times – saving you money and avoids the waste of 2,100 batteries. They also keep their charge - retaining 70% of their charge after 5 years.
These batteries are universally usable from digital cameras to MP3 players and remote controls. These ideal universal power supply for many household devices, even products that until now have run on alkaline batteries such as game consoles.
You no longer need “special batteries“ as eneloop is powerful enough to run all these applications without any problems.
Panasonic eneloop batteries were previously known as Sanyo eneloop. Panasonic bought the battery business from Sanyo and in future all eneloop batteries will be sold as Panasonic eneloop.
They can be recharged safely after partial discharge; so no worries about memory effect.
There’s also good performance at low temperatures down to -20C. (Battery life will be shorter than at room temperature)
With a higher usable capacity of up to 800mAh ( min 750mAh) than standard batteries and a higher voltage level, you will also beenefit*
Many applications switch off or show the low battery signal if the voltage is lower than 1.1V. A traditional Ni-MH battery will lose its voltage constantly and runs under this critical level very soon.
These eneloop batteries will keep the voltage level over 1.1V for a long time and only fall under that just before becoming empty. That's one reason why you can take more photos with eneloop.
These batteries are better for the environment as they are charged before sale using solar power.
Sanyo to Panasonic Name Change Information:
Launched in 2005 Eneloop is a brand developed by Sanyo. Following the acquisition of Sanyo by Panasonic in 2013, the fourth and latest generation of Eneloop was introduced in April that year. The packaging now states Panasonic instead of Sanyo on the label. The technological change is that the number of recharges was increased.
Minimum capacity: 750 mAh
Voltage: 1.2 V
Life cycles: up to 2100 charges
Self-discharge: approx. 70% capacity after 5 years