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Posted 5 July 2023

Amazon Basics AA Rechargeable Batteries 2000mAh (Double A), Pre-charged, 12-Pack £12.50 @ Amazon

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Amazon Basics AA Rechargeable Batteries 2000mAh (Double A), Pre-charged, 12-P

Rechargeable: twelve-pack 2,000 mAh rechargeable AA batteries for home and office use, or when travelling
Ready-to-Go: Pre-charged and prepared Amazon Basics batteries to be used straight out of the battery pack
Long Lasting: Rechargeable battery (AA) can be recharged up to 1,000 times with minimal power loss
Long Shelf Life: AA rechargeable batteries with low self discharge - maintains 80% capacity for 2 years
Easy Use & Store: Ships in easy-to-open packaging. Designed to be used everyday & during emergencies
Device Compatible: For remotes, wireless mice / headsets, electronic toothbrushes, game & Xbox controllers & more
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  1. Webhead's avatar
    I also use them, they're good!
    But you can buy them every two weeks by subscription. Either Amazon doesn't have confidence in the quality, or they don't know what rechargeable means.
  2. rev6's avatar
    Does their lifespan reduce just sitting in a drawer still wrapped because of the hukd curse? I know battery life will reduce but I mean capacity. (edited)
    rcky432's avatar
    I see Eneloop gives the best long time idle usage
  3. AntFunk1's avatar
    Save your money, these batteries are rubbish
    RichtersParty's avatar
    I disagree. They seem fine for my Xbox controllers. Keep the charge and do what they need to do.
  4. aidan_brennan's avatar
    I use them. No issues used in remotes etc.
  5. Tintintin's avatar
    No issues either. Tho, mine have only been recharged twice.
    Tintintin's avatar
    General great reviews.
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