Sanyo Eneloop AA Batteries (Pack of 4) - LIMITED SPECIAL £6.19 delivered@7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Not as cheap as Argos deal posted recently.....but in stock...and Quidco
the guff....
Eneloop batteries come pre-charged and ready to use and maintain/hold their charge for a very long time and compared with normal Ni-Mh batteries. Eneloop AA batteries are rechargeable up to 1,000 times and are capacity rated at 2000mAh and will offer you excellent performance.
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#1
Good deal.
#2
These are fab batteries and this is a great price, i paid £9.99 only a couple of weeks ago.

Whilst not the most powerful (2000mah) these batteries have the benefit of a low discharge rate when not being used. Whilst most rechargeable's will discharge from 100% to 0% over about 9 months these still have about 85% left after this time.
Means that if you don't use your camera on a weekly basis then you won't have to recharge the batteries every time you get it out of the drawer :thumbsup:
#3
Nice one. Heat added
#4
I still prefer the Instant range from Vapextech, cheaper and last ages.
#5
daveleebond
I still prefer the Instant range from Vapextech, cheaper and last ages.


Have you got a link?

These are the same sort aren't they? ie pre-charged and hold their charge well.
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daveleebond;4752087
I still prefer the Instant range from Vapextech, cheaper and last ages.


Agree totally.

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html
(the green coloured ones)
#7
Benjimoron;4752428
Have you got a link?

These are the same sort aren't they? ie pre-charged and hold their charge well.


Yes.
See my previous post for URL
#8
Agree totally.

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/...Batteries.html
(the green coloured ones)




Been looking for this type of batt. at a good price! Just ordered the green ones. Have some rep :)
#9
eneloops are widely known to be one of the best if not the best rechargeables...
#10
great deal
#11
Ordered a set for my WiiMotes :thumbsup:
#12
Consider these as well as they are also long charge retaining too and they are just a tad more expensive and available at these prices from 7dayshop too for years now http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/images/products/prod_102891.jpg
#13
Anyone know a deal on some normal rechargeable batteries? i.e. I use them every day so whilst the standby tech is awesome, I probably wouldn't use it.
#14
Nice one, great deal!!
#15
7day also have the same batteries with a charger for only £2 more
#16
Sorry to be dense, but do you need a special Eneloop charger for these?
#17
Sausageandpickle
Sorry to be dense, but do you need a special Eneloop charger for these?


No, these type of batteries charge fine on a normal Ni-MH/Ni-Cd charger :thumbsup:
#18
Jeezeypeeps
7day also have the same batteries with a charger for only £2 more


apparently the charger is crap.
#19
i have an ultrafast uniross 15min charger, can i use these batteries in that ? i don't want to overcook it ?
#20
nihcaj


Thanks, have just ordered
#21
Niz
apparently the charger is crap.


Quality control on the chargers must be appalling. I had it and it just died on my after 3 months. Got a replacement and same thing happened after (surprise) 3 months. Now I've been using my tried and trusted Uniross charger (must be a decade old) and it has been rock solid with these batteries for the past 9 months . The batteries themselves have also been going strong for well over a year now in Wiimotes and 360 controllers.
banned#22
Not an attempt at stirring nor to criticize. Just mere facts on an alternative view for those yearning for reality. These “long shelf-life” batteries have only one advantage and that is they better retain their charge, whilst doing nothing, in exchange for many disadvantages.

Obviously, charge retention matters in situations where one is:
1. Locked in a sound-proof dungeon whilst entangled in adult activities – those vibrations must continue, regardless;
2. Photo-shooting an expensive, high-class, sophisticated, fragrant model – you cannot afford to waste those precious seconds fumbling to change AA/AAA NimH batteries;
3. Hidden in the midst of the enemy whilst reporting on inhuman activities that will endanger the universe;
4. Trapped in a bunker on the aftermath of a nuclear holocaust above;
4. Whatever else that might comes to mind …..

On the other hand, these “inaloop” batteries:
1. Cost 30+% more;
2. Have a degraded capacity of approx. 35+% [you need to charge them more often];
3. Groom the “Constant need for association with privilege & greatness” within those crippled by such latencies thereby promoting insanity;
4. Whatever else that might comes to mind …..

The better choice would be to buy the standard 2600 mAH Panasonic [Made in Japan] AA NimH 4-pack [from 7dayshop]. 7dayshop branded 2800 mA AAs turned-in an excellent performance in spite of their perceived status whereas Panasonic’s 2000 mAH “Infinuim” eneloops was only so-so. Obviously, “Past performance is no indication of future …” blah, blah, such is the world of make believe …. And, “No” – 7dayshop is but a “last choice” source afa one is concerned.
#23
gunsNbutter;5183484
Not an attempt at stirring nor to criticize. Just mere facts on an alternative view for those yearning for reality. These “long shelf-life” batteries have only one advantage and that is they better retain their charge, whilst doing nothing, in exchange for many disadvantages.

Obviously, charge retention matters in situations where one is:
1. Locked in a sound-proof dungeon whilst entangled in adult activities – those vibrations must continue, regardless;
2. Photo-shooting an expensive, high-class, sophisticated, fragrant model – you cannot afford to waste those precious seconds fumbling to change AA/AAA NimH batteries;
3. Hidden in the midst of the enemy whilst reporting on inhuman activities that will endanger the universe;
4. Trapped in a bunker on the aftermath of a nuclear holocaust above;
4. Whatever else that might comes to mind …..

On the other hand, these “inaloop” batteries:
1. Cost 30+% more;
2. Have a degraded capacity of approx. 35+% [you need to charge them more often];
3. Groom the “Constant need for association with privilege & greatness” within those crippled by such latencies thereby promoting insanity;
4. Whatever else that might comes to mind …..

The better choice would be to buy the standard 2600 mAH Panasonic [Made in Japan] AA NimH 4-pack [from 7dayshop]. 7dayshop branded 2800 mA AAs turned-in an excellent performance in spite of their perceived status whereas Panasonic’s 2000 mAH “Infinuim” eneloops was only so-so. Obviously, “Past performance is no indication of future …” blah, blah, such is the world of make believe …. And, “No” – 7dayshop is but a “last choice” source afa one is concerned.


Anyone translate this for me?
#24
gunsNbutter
Not an attempt at stirring nor to criticize. Just mere facts on an alternative view for those yearning for reality. These “long shelf-life” batteries have only one advantage and that is they better retain their charge, whilst doing nothing, in exchange for many disadvantages.

Obviously, charge retention matters in situations where one is:
1. Locked in a sound-proof dungeon whilst entangled in adult activities – those vibrations must continue, regardless;
2. Photo-shooting an expensive, high-class, sophisticated, fragrant model – you cannot afford to waste those precious seconds fumbling to change AA/AAA NimH batteries;
3. Hidden in the midst of the enemy whilst reporting on inhuman activities that will endanger the universe;
4. Trapped in a bunker on the aftermath of a nuclear holocaust above;
4. Whatever else that might comes to mind …..

On the other hand, these “inaloop” batteries:
1. Cost 30+% more;
2. Have a degraded capacity of approx. 35+% [you need to charge them more often];
3. Groom the “Constant need for association with privilege & greatness” within those crippled by such latencies thereby promoting insanity;
4. Whatever else that might comes to mind …..

The better choice would be to buy the standard 2600 mAH Panasonic [Made in Japan] AA NimH 4-pack [from 7dayshop]. 7dayshop branded 2800 mA AAs turned-in an excellent performance in spite of their perceived status whereas Panasonic’s 2000 mAH “Infinuim” eneloops was only so-so. Obviously, “Past performance is no indication of future …” blah, blah, such is the world of make believe …. And, “No” – 7dayshop is but a “last choice” source afa one is concerned.


Dream on...:roll:
#25
Rudz
i have an ultrafast uniross 15min charger, can i use these batteries in that ? i don't want to overcook it ?


I have the same charger and wondering the same thing. Anyone know the answer? Rep waiting.
1 Like #26
kenobi
I have the same charger and wondering the same thing. Anyone know the answer? Rep waiting.


I wouldn't use these batteries with that charger. Either get the Lidl charger posted here, or if you have no Lidl store nearby, go for this (good), this (better), or this (best).
Hope this helps! :thumbsup:

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