Panasonic Eneloop AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 800mAh (Min. 750mah) AAA - Value 8 Pack £11.15 delivered 7Dayshop
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Panasonic Eneloop AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 800mAh (Min. 750mah) AAA - Value 8 Pack £11.15 delivered 7Dayshop

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Found 16th Feb
Best on the market - bar none. Treat yourself to a few of the best batteries around, and at a decent price.

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.

SpecificationsMinimum 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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I bought 8 AA Eneloops back in Nov 15 for the copious amount of controllers constantly in use. Interestingly at the time I was also using the top end rechargeable Duracell & Energizer batteries as well. So to date, the Eneloops are still going strong with a 5% loss of capacity, but the others are struggling now with about a 35-40% loss.

So from my own testing, these are the most efficient and cost effective batteries around at the moment.
My Energizer AA rechargables have a measurably higher capacity than my AA Eneloops.
My AAA Amazon basics are virtually identical to the AAA Eneloops too.

10 years ago Eneloops were far superior to anything else on the market but now other manufacturers have caught up and there's not much difference any more.

Wirecutter found similar results. thewirecutter.com/rev…es/
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Eneloops can’t be beaten for quality and performance. Good time to ditch your inferior ones.

And rather than destroy them with a cheapo charger, consider one of these, or something similar:

7dayshop.com/pro…127

(7dayshop AA and AAA Intelligent NiMH Pro DS-SC1000 SUPER FAST Battery Charger Multi Mode LCD Display)

Or one of these: amazon.co.uk/Nit…VS/

(Nitecore i4 (New 2017 version) Intelligent Battery Charger)
Edited by: "Newbold" 16th Feb
Good price for Eneloops
Although Amazon sell 12 AAA 'Amazon basics' batteries for £10.99, which I've also found to be good.
I bought 8 AA Eneloops back in Nov 15 for the copious amount of controllers constantly in use. Interestingly at the time I was also using the top end rechargeable Duracell & Energizer batteries as well. So to date, the Eneloops are still going strong with a 5% loss of capacity, but the others are struggling now with about a 35-40% loss.

So from my own testing, these are the most efficient and cost effective batteries around at the moment.
Hopefully the AA's come up soon.
My Energizer AA rechargables have a measurably higher capacity than my AA Eneloops.
My AAA Amazon basics are virtually identical to the AAA Eneloops too.

10 years ago Eneloops were far superior to anything else on the market but now other manufacturers have caught up and there's not much difference any more.

Wirecutter found similar results. thewirecutter.com/rev…es/
A good price, but the IKEA Ladda batteries are rumoured to be the same as the eneloop pro, and they're even cheaper £4/4

ikea.com/gb/…80/
rossysaurus37 m ago

My Energizer AA rechargables have a measurably higher capacity than my AA …My Energizer AA rechargables have a measurably higher capacity than my AA Eneloops. My AAA Amazon basics are virtually identical to the AAA Eneloops too.10 years ago Eneloops were far superior to anything else on the market but now other manufacturers have caught up and there's not much difference any more. Wirecutter found similar results. https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-rechargeable-batteries/


Yep, that's been my experience too...
Newbold3 h, 14 m ago

Eneloops can’t be beaten for quality and performance. Good time to ditch y …Eneloops can’t be beaten for quality and performance. Good time to ditch your inferior ones.And rather than destroy them with a cheapo charger, consider one of these, or something similar:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-pro-ds-sc1000-super-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display-wh2-ds-127(7dayshop AA and AAA Intelligent NiMH Pro DS-SC1000 SUPER FAST Battery Charger Multi Mode LCD Display)Or one of these: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nitecore-version-Intelligent-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B01N237RVS/(Nitecore i4 (New 2017 version) Intelligent Battery Charger)


I want a charger like these that will also do C and D cell batteries, can not seem to find one. Do you know of any in existence, or will I need to get a decent charger for my AA/AAA's and settle for a dumb charger for the bigger cells?
I prefer there higher capacity ones.


And apparently Amazon basics are made by enloop too !
Newbold3 h, 18 m ago

Eneloops can’t be beaten for quality and performance. Good time to ditch y …Eneloops can’t be beaten for quality and performance. Good time to ditch your inferior ones.And rather than destroy them with a cheapo charger, consider one of these, or something similar:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-pro-ds-sc1000-super-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display-wh2-ds-127(7dayshop AA and AAA Intelligent NiMH Pro DS-SC1000 SUPER FAST Battery Charger Multi Mode LCD Display)Or one of these: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nitecore-version-Intelligent-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B01N237RVS/(Nitecore i4 (New 2017 version) Intelligent Battery Charger)


Nothing beats the Maha c9000 powerex battery charger. It's really great.
I did not complete order and they mailed me a 5% off code worth a try
Amazon basics 15% off with prime student as well
Good deal but the last time I ordered batteries from 7 day shop, they packaged them in a thin card envelope which split in the post so i was delivered an empty envelope.
redduck7 m ago

Good deal but the last time I ordered batteries from 7 day shop, they …Good deal but the last time I ordered batteries from 7 day shop, they packaged them in a thin card envelope which split in the post so i was delivered an empty envelope.


Did they sort it out quickly?
ruc1 h, 20 m ago

Nothing beats the Maha c9000 powerex battery charger. It's really great.


Agreed, it's the Rolls Royce of AA/AAA chargers - but at close to £60 it should be !
800mAh won't last long........you can get 1850mAh on eBay for less than a quid each
MichaelFoley49 m ago

Did they sort it out quickly?


Relatively quickly but it still meant another week without batteries, which they resent in the same type of envelope so I could have lost then too because it was so flimsy!
Hm, Panasonic are good, but this is also really expensive. For AA it would be ok, for AAA it is just a rip off. For a lot less money, you can get batteries that are nearly as good.

And I have noticed that a lot of things have moved to USB power, so you can just use a USB charger from Poundland. Lithium Ion batteries will also store power for a good amount of time, and they are much lighter than NiMH.
meh, its durable alright but only 800mah, energized has 2100mah, which is almost three time the capacity. i rather get that then charge three time as frequent
sion221 h, 8 m ago

meh, its durable alright but only 800mah, energized has 2100mah, which is …meh, its durable alright but only 800mah, energized has 2100mah, which is almost three time the capacity. i rather get that then charge three time as frequent


Where do you find 2100mah energizers?
sion221 h, 13 m ago

meh, its durable alright but only 800mah, energized has 2100mah, which is …meh, its durable alright but only 800mah, energized has 2100mah, which is almost three time the capacity. i rather get that then charge three time as frequent


These are AAA, the energizers you are talking about are AA.
jsd742 h, 45 m ago

800mAh won't last long........you can get 1850mAh on eBay for less than a …800mAh won't last long........you can get 1850mAh on eBay for less than a quid each

No you cant; you can get 300mAh batteries claiming 1850mAh.
g1hsg3 h, 5 m ago

Agreed, it's the Rolls Royce of AA/AAA chargers - but at close to £60 it …Agreed, it's the Rolls Royce of AA/AAA chargers - but at close to £60 it should be !


XTAR VC4 is much better value with excellent performance.

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Try the fine company Battery Force, Eneloops 8 X AAAs for a cheaper 10.75 delivered - and being in Manchester you'll probably get them quicker. Used them loads of times. They say they've dispatched 2 million orders since 2002, so please no "are they reliable" queries! battery-force.co.uk/panasonic-eneloop-aaa-750mah-rechargeable-battery-pack-of-8.html
Edited by: "airdsuk" 16th Feb
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maxcovergold7 h, 32 m ago

Hopefully the AA's come up soon.


tons on ebay from £8.75 for 4
I posted one yesterday but mod removed it because the seller was new and had only 1 feedback. although the mod told me that they have to have feedback OR be a limited company. The seller was a limited company... but whatever.... just search for yourself
Marginally cheaper here for £10.75 delivered (usual price).
I've used this seller before and good service. Even if you just want a pack of four they are still only £5.49 (plus postage)
carson3218 h, 56 m ago

I want a charger like these that will also do C and D cell batteries, can …I want a charger like these that will also do C and D cell batteries, can not seem to find one. Do you know of any in existence, or will I need to get a decent charger for my AA/AAA's and settle for a dumb charger for the bigger cells?


SkyRC MC3000 Review
Edited by: "Vegelen" 17th Feb
ruc8 h, 49 m ago

Nothing beats the Maha c9000 powerex battery charger. It's really great.


I love Maha Powerex MH-C9000 battery charger for charging AA / AAA NICD / NIMH battery chemistrys.

Theres also another shining star available: SkyRC MC3000 Universal Battery Charger & Analyzer

The MC3000 is suitable for more than 42 battery sizes: from AAAA to D size and from 10340 to 32650 size.

Multi-chemistry: NiMH/NiCd/NiZn/Li-ion/Lilo4.35/LiFePO4.

It can be operated with the button's on the charger, via an android app on a smartphone or tablet through a bluetooth connection.

It can also be connected to a PC via a PC link connector.
It is sold with a EU - 2 pin ( figure of 8 ) power lead connected to an external SkyRC power block.
Easily replaced with a UK - 3 Pin ( figure of 8).

SkyRC MC3000 Review
Newbold12 h, 18 m ago

Eneloops can’t be beaten for quality and performance. Good time to ditch y …Eneloops can’t be beaten for quality and performance. Good time to ditch your inferior ones.And rather than destroy them with a cheapo charger, consider one of these, or something similar:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-pro-ds-sc1000-super-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display-wh2-ds-127(7dayshop AA and AAA Intelligent NiMH Pro DS-SC1000 SUPER FAST Battery Charger Multi Mode LCD Display)Or one of these: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nitecore-version-Intelligent-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B01N237RVS/(Nitecore i4 (New 2017 version) Intelligent Battery Charger)


That seems to be a lot of money for a charger. When you add the batteries and charger together you're looking at £30+. That's an awful amount of money on batteries.
technick17 h, 7 m ago

I bought 8 AA Eneloops back in Nov 15 for the copious amount of …I bought 8 AA Eneloops back in Nov 15 for the copious amount of controllers constantly in use. Interestingly at the time I was also using the top end rechargeable Duracell & Energizer batteries as well. So to date, the Eneloops are still going strong with a 5% loss of capacity, but the others are struggling now with about a 35-40% loss. So from my own testing, these are the most efficient and cost effective batteries around at the moment.


How are you measuring the loss of capacity mate?
Mortal.Wombat55 m ago

How are you measuring the loss of capacity mate?


The smart chargers (I've just bought the 7 day shop one linked above), have a test function. They drain down the battery to empty, then measure how much charge they take to fill up.
rossysaurus17 h, 42 m ago

My Energizer AA rechargables have a measurably higher capacity than my AA …My Energizer AA rechargables have a measurably higher capacity than my AA Eneloops. My AAA Amazon basics are virtually identical to the AAA Eneloops too.10 years ago Eneloops were far superior to anything else on the market but now other manufacturers have caught up and there's not much difference any more. Wirecutter found similar results. https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-rechargeable-batteries/


If you buy higher capacity batteries they will have higher capacity. And if you are lucky for whole of the 1st year.
Duracells last 300 charges and obviously the less they last the more repeat sales everyone gets.

That is exactly why fewer stores stock Eneloop. Interestingly, afew years back, Duracell rechargeables were Eneloop.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 17th Feb
I use Eneloop and the pro version also. They have been reliable over the years. I use a Technoline BC 1000 smart charger. Good batteries and a good charger are an investment which, depending on use, will repay itself. I have saved money because of this.
Just going to add my own personal recommendation for these - have about 20 AAs, some of which are over 6 years old now and still going strong.

I'd also like to recommend investing in a decent charger for your batteries - something that can charge at different speeds and monitors the voltage and cuts out when they're full, and is also capable of discharging the batteries so that you can refresh them or leave them empty if you're not gong to use them for a while. Something like the Maha MH-C9000.
ccmac20133 h, 49 m ago

I use Eneloop and the pro version also. They have been reliable over the …I use Eneloop and the pro version also. They have been reliable over the years. I use a Technoline BC 1000 smart charger. Good batteries and a good charger are an investment which, depending on use, will repay itself. I have saved money because of this.


The last Eneloop Pro AAA batteries that I received from 7DayShop failed very quickly. Those are black coloured rather than white. I would say that they were fakes because no rechargeables have failed as quickly as those batteries. I have a Maha MH-C9000 BTW so it is unlikely to be the charger at fault.

The Eneloop Pro's kept coming up with HIGH when they were put in the charger after quite a short time of only low usage such as remotes and low power meters. Charging with an old charger did not revive them.
rossysaurus23 h, 2 m ago

My Energizer AA rechargables have a measurably higher capacity than my AA …My Energizer AA rechargables have a measurably higher capacity than my AA Eneloops. My AAA Amazon basics are virtually identical to the AAA Eneloops too.10 years ago Eneloops were far superior to anything else on the market but now other manufacturers have caught up and there's not much difference any more. Wirecutter found similar results. https://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-rechargeable-batteries/


Thanks for link and info but I spotted a difference in the spec of both Eneloop and the AmazonBasic AAA ones
Eneloop claim 2,100 charges while the Amazonbasics claim 1000 charges.

To me double the charge life time is pretty big !

I don't know if anyone has had the time or patience to test charge claims, but id imagine if it was false it would not go down
well with Eneloop's reputation !
carson32123 h, 47 m ago

I want a charger like these that will also do C and D cell batteries, can …I want a charger like these that will also do C and D cell batteries, can not seem to find one. Do you know of any in existence, or will I need to get a decent charger for my AA/AAA's and settle for a dumb charger for the bigger cells?


amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
AccuPower LCD Fast Charger IQ338XL for Li-Ion/Ni-MH/Ni-Cd
I bought a Warehouse deal one that was cheaper than the current offers for £32.
Discharge test tells you the real capacity
Edited by: "DubDriver" 17th Feb
I use a lot of AA enloops in my photographic gear flashguns motordrives etc
I switched to Enloops a few years ago and also bought the ANSMANN Energy 16 Charger for AA, AAA, C, D & 9V Rechargeable Batteries
After years as a pro photographer this move gave me reliability and long working times with my portable equipment.
There are other chargers that do the job well but I needed ones which would chatge in bulk and the Ansmann did and still does the job well
emptypocketz6 h, 20 m ago

Thanks for link and info but I spotted a difference in the spec of both …Thanks for link and info but I spotted a difference in the spec of both Eneloop and the AmazonBasic AAA onesEneloop claim 2,100 charges while the Amazonbasics claim 1000 charges.To me double the charge life time is pretty big !I don't know if anyone has had the time or patience to test charge claims, but id imagine if it was false it would not go downwell with Eneloop's reputation !

If you are draining and recharging once a week 1000 cycles is still 19 years of constant use. Eneloops would be 40 years. I'm not sure I want to specify a set of batteries in my will.

Sure if you are draining and recharging daily then 1000 cycles becomes 2.7 years vs nearly 6 years from the Eneloops.
Is it ok to use a fast charger with these?
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