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Price increased to £11.99 (14/10/2010)

Sanyo Eneloop AAA Batteries (Pack of 8) in FREE Safe Cases (Green & Clear) - EXCLUSIVE DEAL !

Sanyo 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 800mAh and will offer you excellent performance.
Popular AAA size are also known as MN2400, LR3, LR03 etc.
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#1
Fab Price. These are a newest (as far as I know) generation in rechargable batteries (they hold the charge for a much longer time so suit things that you don't use that often) and these Sanyo Eneloop get great reviews on amazon. The 8pack AA version is also reduced to only £12.49 at 7dayshop.com. I am going to purchase them as there is a remote control Landrover coming from Santa that uses AA batteries. Most don't use standard batteries. Happy Days
#2
Marvellous - I ordered 2x 4 pack with recharger for the never ending list of kids electronic equipment and and wii and they last for ages. Will be getting some AA and some AAA ready for the next batch. Thank you very much. Just need a charger for the AAAs now.
#3
only 800 mAh though. I'd want more for my money than that.
2 Likes #4
Another post where people don't understand the product by the looks of it.

800mAh is more than adequit for AAA rechargeables, specially the eneloop variety.

Aparantly there is a new generation of these eneloop batteries available which are claimed to last for 1500 charges
#5
Sabz03
only 800 mAh though. I'd want more for my money than that.

I was wondering about this too. Are 1000 mAh that much better? Or is this 'a piece of string' question?
3 Likes #6
If you want LSD AAA batteries, 800mAh is the largest capacity available.(AA = 2100)
I've tried Eneloop, Hybrio and 7DayShops' own Good to Go brand and they are all very good.

I wouldn't buy Eneloops again when I can get the Good to Go brand with the same performance for almost half the cost.
#7
AA's are only £1 more if anyone needs em... ordered 2 sets this morning.

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=109612

Just seen the post by, andyatcorco. guess i was just too slow. ;)

Edited By: shakallis on Dec 06, 2010 15:19
#8
yipykayay
If you want LSD AAA batteries, 800mAh is the largest capacity available.(AA = 2100)
I've tried Eneloop, Hybrio and 7DayShops' own Good to Go brand and they are all very good.

I wouldn't buy Eneloops again when I can get the Good to Go brand with the same performance for almost half the cost.

What about these
#9
Theres so many choices of battery. Its mind boggling.
2 Likes #10
Loopijuce
yipykayay
If you want LSD AAA batteries, 800mAh is the largest capacity available.(AA = 2100)
I've tried Eneloop, Hybrio and 7DayShops' own Good to Go brand and they are all very good.

I wouldn't buy Eneloops again when I can get the Good to Go brand with the same performance for almost half the cost.

What about these


Those are standard rechargeables that won't hold their charge when not in use. If you go to use your device after a few weeks, they will be "flat"
The whole point of LSD technology is that the batteries hold their charge for months.
#11
Thanks for info yipykayay. I've gone for the 800mAh Good to Go instead.
#12
yipykayay
If you want LSD AAA batteries, 800mAh is the largest capacity available.(AA = 2100)
I've tried Eneloop, Hybrio and 7DayShops' own Good to Go brand and they are all very good.

I wouldn't buy Eneloops again when I can get the Good to Go brand with the same performance for almost half the cost.


I agree too... others may argue against it, but I can find in practical use that I would not know which ones are in use (I have Eneloop, Hybrio, and Good toGo), so I buy them on price, not brand.
#13
Loopijuce
Thanks for info yipykayay. I've gone for the 800mAh Good to Go instead.


Glad to help. You won't be disappointed :)
#14
I guess I must have been unlucky with my Good To Go Batteries, but the AA ones dont last as long as the eneloop and duracell staycharged I have. The first 3 or 4 charges they seemed fine but after that they would only last half the time of the duracell ones in my DAB radio
#15
mackie7722
Theres so many choices of battery. Its mind boggling.


No, couldn't be simpler - there are basically TWO, and both are rechargeable type. Disposables are totally madness and do nothing but waste money.

The rechargeable types are: "Low self discharge," or the Standard type. Both are NiMH.
Unless you have some special need for the slightly higher capacity of the standard type, (and even then it is often debatable!) then you can use the LSD type, almost as if they were disposables - you charge them when you take them out, and they will still be ready to use, even if some months later
Goodtogo, Hybrio, Eneloop are examples of the LSD type.
#16
dandydon
I guess I must have been unlucky with my Good To Go Batteries, but the AA ones dont last as long as the eneloop and duracell staycharged I have. The first 3 or 4 charges they seemed fine but after that they would only last half the time of the duracell ones in my DAB radio


Duracell.... really have the power - unfortunately it is just the power of advertising :-(
#17
Too bad that You can't mix them 4AA and 4AAA for that price
#18
Its nothing to do with advertising.

For the first 4 charges they equalled the duracells and eneloops I had, but then instead of getting 4 days use I was lucky to get 2 with the Good To Go, I replaced them with GP recyko and so far they are giving the same performance as the duracell and the eneloop
#19
I was referring to the wattage amounts and the length of time everyone seems to vary on says they last. Thanks for your help. (Im a real technophobic!)
#20
It's not 100% clear on the 7dayshop whether these are the newer versions (HR-3UTGA / HR-4UTGA)
Check the Sanyo website here
#21
yipykayay
If you want LSD AAA batteries, 800mAh is the largest capacity available.(AA = 2100)
I've tried Eneloop, Hybrio and 7DayShops' own Good to Go brand and they are all very good.

I wouldn't buy Eneloops again when I can get the Good to Go brand with the same performance for almost half the cost.


That's interesting to know. I'm currently using Eneloop but because I've been a little wary of using other "same type" batteries I've stuck to what I know. I'll now give the GTG ones a go. Thanks for this.
#22
Bigfootpete
It's not 100% clear on the 7dayshop whether these are the newer versions (HR-3UTGA / HR-4UTGA)Check the Sanyo website here

I think these are the old ones, as 7dayshop states that these are 1,000 times rechargable instead of the new 1,500 times of the newer versions. but, i can confirm the the AA's are the new HR-3UTGA versions.
2 Likes #23
Perspective

Only 1,000 time rechargeable is not so bad - Say you recharge them once a week then they'd only last 19 years or once a month then thats a mere 83 years.

So ask yourself, are you buying some atteries or an heirloom?
#25
dandydon
Its nothing to do with advertising.

For the first 4 charges they equalled the duracells and eneloops I had, but then instead of getting 4 days use I was lucky to get 2 with the Good To Go, I replaced them with GP recyko and so far they are giving the same performance as the duracell and the eneloop

I think GP Recyko are really good.
#26
ordered, thanks :)
#27
nihcaj
mackie7722
Theres so many choices of battery. Its mind boggling.
No, couldn't be simpler - there are basically TWO, and both are rechargeable type. Disposables are totally madness and do nothing but waste money.The rechargeable types are: "Low self discharge," or the Standard type. Both are NiMH.Unless you have some special need for the slightly higher capacity of the standard type, (and even then it is often debatable!) then you can use the LSD type, almost as if they were disposables - you charge them when you take them out, and they will still be ready to use, even if some months laterGoodtogo, Hybrio, Eneloop are examples of the LSD type.

Could you expain that gain. I'm still confused. :p

What about those of us who have appliances that need 6v and the manufacturer recommends 4 x 1.5v.

Should I follow your advice and overlook disposable batteries as a complete waste?
#28
not really a deal been this price for weeks now i ordered these about 6 weeks ago
#29
Eneloops are the best rechargeable batteries you can buy.

The power rating plays a significant role yes but you will find other manufacturers making slightly optimistic claims and the extremely low discharge rate of the Eneloops will make them effectively more powerful for most uses, especially these being AAA are more likely to be stuck in slow drain devices like remotes.

These look to be the slightly older model though, still a good buy mind.
#30
Tinhead
nihcaj
mackie7722
Theres so many choices of battery. Its mind boggling.
No, couldn't be simpler - there are basically TWO, and both are rechargeable type. Disposables are totally madness and do nothing but waste money.The rechargeable types are: "Low self discharge," or the Standard type. Both are NiMH.Unless you have some special need for the slightly higher capacity of the standard type, (and even then it is often debatable!) then you can use the LSD type, almost as if they were disposables - you charge them when you take them out, and they will still be ready to use, even if some months laterGoodtogo, Hybrio, Eneloop are examples of the LSD type.


Could you expain that gain. I'm still confused. :p

What about those of us who have appliances that need 6v and the manufacturer recommends 4 x 1.5v.

Should I follow your advice and overlook disposable batteries as a complete waste?


Disposables are financial madness.

Try the LSD rechargeables, I haven't found anything they won't run (unlike standard Rechargeables) if they don't work that kit, then I am 100% certain you can find plenty of other gear around the house that will still run with them, and still save a substantial amount in the years to come - they aren't exactly expensive to start with, and you soon get your money's worth with them!

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