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Sanyo Eneloop 4x 800mAh AAA batteries £4.99 (or £4.74) Collect at Store

£4.99 @ Jessops
Whilst looking at the recent Eneloop AA 8-pack offer at Amazon, I did a quick search to see if there are any offers on AAAs. Don't think anyone's posted yet that Jessops are offering an Eneloop 4-pack… Read More
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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
Whilst looking at the recent Eneloop AA 8-pack offer at Amazon, I did a quick search to see if there are any offers on AAAs. Don't think anyone's posted yet that Jessops are offering an Eneloop 4-pack for £4.99 (in-store collection only), which is £1.64 cheaper than Amazon.
Don't forget to go via Quidco where there is an extra 5% voucher on top of the cashback, so I paid £4.74 in-store this morning.
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#1
anyone know if you can you use a 'normal' ni-cad / ni-mh charger with these hyrid batteries? (as I read that the one they try and sell you doesnt auto-switch off and therefore gets very hot / could be a hazard / expensive to run!)?

cheers, dan
#2
From Amazon.com

"According to information released by Sanyo (see eneloop Canada site), eneloop batteries do not require special proprietory charging technology, and can be charged using other quality NiMH chargers.
As a general guideline (this applies to eneloop and other NiMH batteries), it is best to avoid those 15-minute "Super Quick" chargers due to excessive stress they put on batteries. Also avoid those 12-hour "Overnight" chargers, because they don't have end-of-charge detection and will eventually over-charge your batteries

[update on Nov 20, 2007]:
Somebody made the claim that "the eneloop cell's internal impedance is higher than the conventional NiMH cell. The result is poorer performance in the product"

This is completely false. According to manufacturer's specification sheets, both Sanyo eneloop 2000mAh cell and Sanyo 2700mAh cell have exactly the same internal impedance of 0.025 ohm (this is measured at end of discharge, which is the worst case). In comparison, internal impedence for a typical Alkaline cell is 0.1 ohm when new (it increases rapidly as the cell is being discharged).

Rob;-)
banned#3
note that 800mah are very weak. Try get at least 2000mah or you'll be charging them very regularly.
#4
these are AAA - not AA and 750-800mah is pretty standard for them I believe.
#5
Good deal, but 800MaH puts me off. I got 4x AA Energizer Ultimate from Wilkon BOGOF. So 8 batteries for £3.19.
#6
these are AAA NOT AA
#7
Gonna vote hot, but I think the stocks are near zero on this (depending how good their 'a bit further away' search is).
#8
csiman
note that 800mah are very weak. Try get at least 2000mah or you'll be charging them very regularly.

Find us a link to some 2000mAh AAAs, then - I'd certainly love to get some! ;)

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