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Panasonic Eneloop (retain 70% charge for 5 years) AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 8 Pack £11.69 delivered 7DayShop

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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-c… Read More
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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.

Specifications
Minimum capacity: 750 mAh
Voltage: 1.2 V
Life cycles: up to 2100 charges
Self-discharge: approx. 70% capacity after 5 years
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3 Likes #1
amazing battery's ive been using the AA for my xb1 controller for over a year and they are worth every penny.
good investment and much much better than any battery pack that can be brought for the controller.

heat from me :)
1 Like #2
Yeah good batteries.
Can you get a replacement if after 4 years they don't hold 70% :D
3 Likes #3
Joey.Bloggsy
Yeah good batteries.
Can you get a replacement if after 4 years they don't hold 70% :D
Possibly - but it might be easier just to stick them in the charger for a while. :)
1 Like #4
Joey.Bloggsy
Yeah good batteries.
Can you get a replacement if after 4 years they don't hold 70% :D
What do you need batteries for ??? :3
3 Likes #5
Never heard of these rechargeable batteries, will give these a try for lights under the sink, heat added
#6
Do you need a eneloop charger for these
1 Like #7
focusdriver
Do you need a eneloop charger for these
No - you can use an ordinary charger.

But - these are extraordinarily good batteries (particularly at this price) and they deserve looking after so they last well. With that in mind I'd recommend something like this, or similar:

https://www.7dayshop.com/batteries-power-chargers/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-professional-ds-sc1000-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display
#8
summerof76
Never heard of these rechargeable batteries, will give these a try for lights under the sink, heat added


hang around rechargeable battery deal threads more...
#9
Thanks good deal can get rid of pound shop ones now which have actually been ok so these should be very good. just need a good deal on AA now I have loads of pound shop ones and 4 eneloops but they are always in use
#11
Newbold
focusdriver
Do you need a eneloop charger for these
No - you can use an ordinary charger.

But - these are extraordinarily good batteries (particularly at this price) and they deserve looking after so they last well. With that in mind I'd recommend something like this, or similar:

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


If you spend that much might as well get an xtar charger so can do most batteries like 18650 for torches or vapes etc
#12
Plus 2.52% TCB...I agree, really good batteries, use them in my headtorch and also my cordless landline handset, which usually kills other rechargeables quite quickly due to lots of partial recharging; the current ones are lasting well.
2 Likes #13
Great batteries. The Fujitsu "Ready to Use" are exactly the same as Eneloops for less money. Both are made within the same factory to identical specs, and both brands are owned by Fujitsu. Only the wrappers are different.

The Fujitsu AAA 900mAh are Eneloop Pro's.

Edited By: Orville on Apr 18, 2017 21:45: add info
#14
great batteries fantastic price.
#15
Superb deal and meanwhile disposable rubbish gets voted hot be sure it's a quid for a pack of x batteries which last a week.
#16
OK price if you value a logo on the side of it, but you get similar ones from Amazon same mAh, 12 of them for a bit less so, with the difference being Eneloop lasts 2,100 cyles and Amazon 1,000 cycles. They all come from the same place apparently: http://rockfoto.it/2015/01/amazon-batteries-really-eneloop/

Amazon WHITE AAA batteries https://www.amazon.co.uk/AmazonBasics-Pre-Charged-Rechargeable-Batteries-Packaging/dp/B007B9NXAC (the blacks are a different thing: discussion here https://www.amazon.com/ask/questions/asin/B00HZV9WTM )

Would you ever recharge more than 1,000 times? In perspective, 1,000 charge cycles in a 5 year period is 200 per year, or once every other day.
At 2,100 that equals 420 charge cycles per year. Not sure they will last more than 5 years to be honest.


Edited By: thelondontrader on Apr 18, 2017 21:51
#17
What about AA
#18
Thanks OP!
2 Likes #19
thelondontrader
OK price if you value a logo on the side of it, but you get similar ones from Amazon same mAh, 12 of them for a bit less so, with the difference being Eneloop lasts 2,100 cyles and Amazon 1,000 cycles. They all come from the same place apparently: http://rockfoto.it/2015/01/amazon-batteries-really-eneloop/
Amazon WHITE AAA batteries https://www.amazon.co.uk/AmazonBasics-Pre-Charged-Rechargeable-Batteries-Packaging/dp/B007B9NXAC (the blacks are a different thing: discussion here https://www.amazon.com/ask/questions/asin/B00HZV9WTM )
Would you ever recharge more than 1,000 times? In perspective, 1,000 charge cycles in a 5 year period is 200 per year, or once every other day.
At 2,100 that equals 420 charge cycles per year. Not sure they will last more than 5 years to be honest.[/quoteer
[quote=thelondontrader]OK price if you value a logo on the side of it, but you get similar ones from Amazon same mAh, 12 of them for a bit less so, with the difference being Eneloop lasts 2,100 cyles and Amazon 1,000 cycles. They all come from the same place apparently: http://rockfoto.it/2015/01/amazon-batteries-really-eneloop/
Amazon WHITE AAA batteries https://www.amazon.co.uk/AmazonBasics-Pre-Charged-Rechargeable-Batteries-Packaging/dp/B007B9NXAC (the blacks are a different thing: discussion here https://www.amazon.com/ask/questions/asin/B00HZV9WTM )
Would you ever recharge more than 1,000 times? In perspective, 1,000 charge cycles in a 5 year period is 200 per year, or once every other day.
At 2,100 that equals 420 charge cycles per year. Not sure they will last more than 5 years to be honest.

Well if you have a few consoles in your home like i do and controllers then you will be charging the battery's every other day
i have 8 AA Eneloop and a eneloop charger and 4 out of the 8 are always on charge, so they can be swapped over and back on charge again. so our battery's are charged over 300 times a year if not more.
both me and my son have xb1 and we both use turtle beach x07 pro headset plugged into the controller and with the headset been 50mm drivers/speakers they hammer the battery's eneloop is a very good investment.
#20
Panasonic first introduced these type on 2014. How do we know they will have 70% charge in 5 years? oO

http://www.realwire.com/releases/Panasonic-launches-new-eneloop-rechargeable-batteries
#21
spinks
Panasonic first introduced these type on 2014. How do we know they will have 70% charge in 5 years? oO

http://www.realwire.com/releases/Panasonic-launches-new-eneloop-rechargeable-batteries


In not on 8)
#22
Eneloops are the rechargeable batteries everyone should have - I use them professionally (in camera equipment) and they have never let me down. It's good to be able to fill a device up with batteries and know how long it's going to last.

But please note - to get the most out of these you really should get a smart charger, i.e. one that measures the batteries' voltages as it charges them and cuts off when they're full, rather than just 'throwing' electricity at them, and where you can control the charge rate and also discharge and refresh the batteries, all of which will prolong their life.


spinks
Panasonic first introduced these type on 2014. How do we know they will have 70% charge in 5 years? oO

http://www.realwire.com/releases/Panasonic-launches-new-eneloop-rechargeable-batteries
New Eneloops were launched in 2014. Eneloops in general have been around much longer than that, so presumably they know the new ones will last 5 years because the old ones did. Also presumably they tested them during R&D. I've got some that are at least 6 years old and they still seem to hold most of their charge - will have to test them to see exactly how much.


Edited By: reddragon105 on Apr 18, 2017 22:45
1 Like #23
wackojacko99
What about AA

https://www.7dayshop.com/products/panasonic-eneloop-ready-to-use-aa-rechargeable-batteries-ni-mh-1900mah-value-pack-of-8-wh2-bk-3mcce/8be

No idea if that's a good price or not but it's cheaper than Amazon.
#24
Orville
Great batteries. The Fujitsu's are exactly the same as Eneloops for less money. Both are made within the same fatory to identical specs, and both brands are owned by Fujitsu. Only the wrappers are different.
The Fujitsu AAA 900mAh are Eneloop Pro's.
You sure about that? This article says the Fujitsus are made in Japan, and the Eneloops in China.

Of course that might be old and they may have rationalised production to a single factory now.
#25
summerof76
Joey.Bloggsy
Yeah good batteries.
Can you get a replacement if after 4 years they don't hold 70% :D
What do you need batteries for ??? :3


Stop it you ;)
#26
reddragon105
Eneloops are the rechargeable batteries everyone should have - I use them professionally (in camera equipment) and they have never let me down. It's good to be able to fill a device up with batteries and know how long it's going to last.

But please note - to get the most out of these you really should get a smart charger, i.e. one that measures the batteries' voltages as it charges them and cuts off when they're full, rather than just 'throwing' electricity at them, and where you can control the charge rate and also discharge and refresh the batteries, all of which will prolong their life.


spinks
Panasonic first introduced these type on 2014. How do we know they will have 70% charge in 5 years? oO

http://www.realwire.com/releases/Panasonic-launches-new-eneloop-rechargeable-batteries
New Eneloops were launched in 2014. Eneloops in general have been around much longer than that, so presumably they know the new ones will last 5 years because the old ones did. Also presumably they tested them during R&D. I've got some that are at least 6 years old and they still seem to hold most of their charge - will have to test them to see exactly how much.



What charger do you recommend for discharging I use xtar vc4 for my batteries and 18650 but would like a descent charger just for aaa and aa but it is hard to choose one that is actually good
#28
Thanks OP went for the Fujitsu instead

blast from the past, these batteries used to be all the rage on here
#29
Newbold
focusdriver
Do you need a eneloop charger for these
No - you can use an ordinary charger.But - these are extraordinarily good batteries (particularly at this price) and they deserve looking after so they last well. With that in mind I'd recommend something like this, or similar:https://www.7dayshop.com/batteries-power-chargers/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-professional-ds-sc1000-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display

I have this charger it's good. Has useful discharge, refresh and capacity testing features. Known reputable model with lot's of good reviews and lacks quirks (eg don't have to charge in pairs etc). Display isn't backlit, if that's an issue attach a gooseneck LED lamp to the USB output at the back :D

They do another version for the newer types of batteries but I ony use AA & AAA.
2 Likes #30
Eneloop batteries are excellent, originally made by Sanyo until Panasonic bought Sanyo and sold factory to Fujitsu. Panasonic re branded them. Most eneloop are now made in china, eneloop pro are still made in Japan. The original eneloop charger was also one of the best I have used, it was compact, multi voltage and reasonably fast for its time. Highly recommend eneloop
#31
been using AA and AAA latest Gen Panasonic Eneloop Pro's for a few years now along with a Powerex Maha C6000 battery charger for my Turtle Beach X42's. Got them for £10 from Maplins (currently there not but there bound to be in the future). The good thing about the Maha charger is you can sleect trickle charge of 200mAh and in so doing the batterys last longer as they don't get over heated during charge cycle.

Edited By: nosherfj on Apr 19, 2017 10:06
#32
7dayshop do their own batteries with a higher capacity than eneloops and less than half the price. They also hold their charge for a long time, same as the eneloops:

https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-good-to-go-aaa-hr03-pre-charged-long-life-rechargeable-batteries-850mah-4-pack-7dayaaagtg800

Edited By: dz1 on Apr 22, 2017 13:28: -
3 Likes #33
Dodge62
Orville
Great batteries. The Fujitsu's are exactly the same as Eneloops for less money. Both are made within the same fatory to identical specs, and both brands are owned by Fujitsu. Only the wrappers are different.
The Fujitsu AAA 900mAh are Eneloop Pro's.
You sure about that? This article says the Fujitsus are made in Japan, and the Eneloops in China.
Of course that might be old and they may have rationalised production to a single factory now.
Fujitsu purchased Sanyo's NimH battery business in 2009. Panasonic licensed the Eneloop brand from Sanyo, but Fujitsu manuifactures ALL Eneloop batteries. Some production has been moved to China but the perception is that Made in Japan cells are superior. In reality Eneloops made within Fujitsu's Japanese or Chinese plants are probably of equal quality.

All Pansonic beanded Eneloops and Fujitsu branded "Ready to Use" NimH are true "Eneloops". Amazon, Duracell and others have been known to sell rebranded Eneloops, but they do vary suppliers (not all are Eneloops). Eneloops and Fujitsu's are not the cheapest or highest-capacity NimH cells, but they are widely acknowledged as the best quality consumer rechargeable AA/AAA's that money can buy.

EDIT: I did a little research and found that in-testing, Chinese Eneloops are inferior to Japanese Eneloops. Best buy Fujitsu's (all are Japanese) or Eneloops made in Japan if you want them to last. See link below.
Chinese vs Japanese Eneloop test



Edited By: Orville on Apr 19, 2017 14:30: add info
#34
Ordered these in AA for batter-power for slightly cheaper than this. But really good price for AAA heat added.
#35
These are essentially legal tender on ozbargain
#36
Wouldn't the Fujitsu be a better option than the Eneloop? From what I've read, Panasonic bought Sanyo, however part of the deal, the factory that makes the eneloop would need to be sold on, so Panasonic don't have a monopoly, and the Fujitsu's are made in the same factory.

https://www.7dayshop.com/batteries-power-chargers/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-900mah-ready-to-use-extra-value-8-pack
#37
Stunning batteries, I still have a set of 4 Sanyo AA's. Had them 7 years, used almost daily and have been rotated in Xbox 360 controllers and an SLR. I've only recently noticed a major drop in performance, but they still hold charge!

As above, get a decent charger for these.

Edited By: got_the_feelin on Apr 19, 2017 13:58
#38
Newbold
focusdriver
Do you need a eneloop charger for these
No - you can use an ordinary charger.But - these are extraordinarily good batteries (particularly at this price) and they deserve looking after so they last well. With that in mind I'd recommend something like this, or similar:https://www.7dayshop.com/batteries-power-chargers/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-professional-ds-sc1000-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display
I may have had a duff one but it didn't fully charge my batteries and they were dying after about 10 minutes in the xbox1 controller. 7day shop were ok though and gave me a refund and they didn't want it back. I thought "Result" but what do you do with a charger that doesn't work?
I brought this which I highly recommend. (_;)


Edited By: nougat on Apr 20, 2017 04:15: link
#39
7 day shop has strange prices. It's cheaper to buy two packs of 4 than their offer with 2x4 packs.

They also have the same pro ones at £10.99 and the same again at £11.19 what is going on, they are the same batteries, the same capacity etc... very strange pricing.
#40
As per link below, it seems the only way to guarantee obtaining the best quality true-Eneloops is to buy the following:-
*Panasonic Eneloop marked as "Made in Japan"
*Fujitsu Ready to Use - all are Made in Japan Eneloops within different wrappers.

Panasonic Eneloops marked "Made in China" and Amazon Basics marked "Made in China" are inferior to Japanese cousins.

Japanese vs Chinese Eneloop test

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