Panasonic Eneloop (these retain 70% charge for 5 years) AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 8 Pack £10.99 delivered 7DayShop
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Panasonic Eneloop (these retain 70% charge for 5 years) AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 8 Pack £10.99 delivered 7DayShop

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Found 13th Sep 2017
These get excellent reviews, and are good to stock up on - only a couple months until we'll be scrambling for batteries!

These batteries are precharged so you can use them straight away - I've been using them for ages and think they are great (only issue is me losing them!!)

  • Pre-charged rechargeable AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries - Panasonic Eneloop were previously known as Sanyo Eneloop (see explanation note below)
  • Multi-use batteries for DECT phones, digital cameras, MP3 players, remote controls, game consoles, toys and LED torches etc. AA size batteries are also known as HR03, LR03 etc.
  • Money saving batteries can be recharged up to 2,100 times and retain 70% of their charge after 5 years . Use in all good quality NiMH battery chargers including our 7dayshop branded ones!
  • Higher performance levels even down to -20C*, higher usable capacity than standard batteries (minimum 750mAh capacity). Ideal for high drain equipment types.
  • Factory tested to give up to 800 mAh capacity - Offers minimum 750mAh performance assured! Please browse our store for more rechargeable batteries and our NiMH battery chargers!
  • 7dayshop Online Since Year 2000. This product is supplied with our 7dayshop 30 Day Money Back 101% Complete Satisfaction Assurance.
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Good find I have a few packs of these excellent batteries!
I believe these are also Eneloop type batteries, I have some of these and they do hold their charge:
7dayshop.com/pro…0x2
Higher capacity, slightly cheaper and made in Japan too!
Edited by: "TurboCrane" 13th Sep 2017
nice one OP - ordered
TurboCrane2 h, 11 m ago

I believe these are also Eneloop type batteries, I have some of these and …I believe these are also Eneloop type batteries, I have some of these and they do hold their charge:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-ready-to-use-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-900mah-extra-value-8-pack-wh2-recr03fuj-950x2Higher capacity, slightly cheaper and made in Japan too!



TurboCrane2 h, 11 m ago

I believe these are also Eneloop type batteries, I have some of these and …I believe these are also Eneloop type batteries, I have some of these and they do hold their charge:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-ready-to-use-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-900mah-extra-value-8-pack-wh2-recr03fuj-950x2Higher capacity, slightly cheaper and made in Japan too!



Panasonic can be recharged 2100 times, Fujitsu only 500 times.
motionwerk34 m ago

Panasonic can be recharged 2100 times, Fujitsu only 500 times.


The Fujitsu are higher capacity. Made in the same factory as eneloops.
If you don't need anything quite so high-end for your AAAs, I'd suggest buying 2 packs of 4 AAAs on their ebay shop for £4.78 (8 batteries in total). They are £2.89 per pack, with £1 off for buying two packs.
These are very good. But I have been buying Amazon basic batteries recently. You get 12 for the price of 8 here (with subscription/prime) or a couple quid less for 8. There is no real performance or longevity difference, the amazon ones are made in Japan same as the best eneloop cells (some are made in China, but are slightly inferior apparently)
vulcanproject6 m ago

These are very good. But I have been buying Amazon basic batteries …These are very good. But I have been buying Amazon basic batteries recently. You get 12 for the price of 8 here (with subscription/prime) or a couple quid less for 8. There is no real performance or longevity difference, the amazon ones are made in Japan same as the best eneloop cells (some are made in China, but are slightly inferior apparently)



The 7dayshop own-brand batteries I suggested are even cheaper than Amazon Basics, and claim "These low self discharge batteries retain 85% of their capacity even after 1 year." and a slightly higher capacity at 850mAh
versus Amazon's claim of:
"An extremely slow self-discharge rate maintains 80 % of the capacity after 1 year of storage at 68 °F (20 °C)." and 800 mAh
EQL21 m ago

The 7dayshop own-brand batteries I suggested are even cheaper than Amazon …The 7dayshop own-brand batteries I suggested are even cheaper than Amazon Basics, and claim "These low self discharge batteries retain 85% of their capacity even after 1 year." and a slightly higher capacity at 850mAhversus Amazon's claim of:"An extremely slow self-discharge rate maintains 80 % of the capacity after 1 year of storage at 68 °F (20 °C)." and 800 mAh


I think the 7dayshop ones are usually a bit shy of their advertised capacity. I don't know how the AAA would be after a few cycles either, someone needs to test them. In my experience the 2900mah AA ones are some ways short of that capacity but at least on par with the eneloop pro ~2500mah. A few of the ones I had of those weren't so good after a dozen cycles though whereas the eneloops held up, and the amazon ones have so far.

In this AAA size it's much of a muchness and I am sure they are a good deal for what most people likely use AAA sizes for. In my case it's just remote controls and a few clocks etc so really, those cheapo 7dayshop ones will be more than good enough
vulcanproject7 h, 41 m ago

I think the 7dayshop ones are usually a bit shy of their advertised …I think the 7dayshop ones are usually a bit shy of their advertised capacity. I don't know how the AAA would be after a few cycles either, someone needs to test them. In my experience the 2900mah AA ones are some ways short of that capacity but at least on par with the eneloop pro ~2500mah. A few of the ones I had of those weren't so good after a dozen cycles though whereas the eneloops held up, and the amazon ones have so far.In this AAA size it's much of a muchness and I am sure they are a good deal for what most people likely use AAA sizes for. In my case it's just remote controls and a few clocks etc so really, those cheapo 7dayshop ones will be more than good enough


3xAAA is very common torch use
brilly4 h, 18 m ago

3xAAA is very common torch use


It is but you really want lithium for small torches these days.
vulcanproject4 m ago

It is but you really want lithium for small torches these days.


which isn't really relevant to this deal
brilly1 h, 19 m ago

which isn't really relevant to this deal


Same as your reply to me then
Yeah brilly makes a good point.
And AAA actually is common for good quality torch use.

I have a thrunite that uses a 18650 lithium ion cell - but also a thrunite keychain torch - which uses a AAA

Eneloops are ideal for that. Far less likely to leak than Alkaline batteries, and better for the environment.

Lithum ion cells can't be used in it due to the voltage.

Olight also make a popular AAA keychain light.

So at the high end, AAA is actually commonly used (for keychain torches), surprisingly.
EQL13th Sep

The 7dayshop own-brand batteries I suggested are even cheaper than Amazon …The 7dayshop own-brand batteries I suggested are even cheaper than Amazon Basics, and claim "These low self discharge batteries retain 85% of their capacity even after 1 year." and a slightly higher capacity at 850mAhversus Amazon's claim of:"An extremely slow self-discharge rate maintains 80 % of the capacity after 1 year of storage at 68 °F (20 °C)." and 800 mAh


I bought some 7dayshop own label batteries a few years ago and was very disappointed with the life I gout out of them. One started to leak after about 6 months so on that basis I'll be sticking with Eneloop.
I didn't go back to 7dayshop so maybe I should have done as I have found them to be excellent in all other aspects.
These were Nicads though so maybe the 7dayshop NiMh fare better. I'll let others be the guinea pigs!

Heat added.
alecb2 h, 32 m ago

I bought some 7dayshop own label batteries a few years ago and was very …I bought some 7dayshop own label batteries a few years ago and was very disappointed with the life I gout out of them. One started to leak after about 6 months so on that basis I'll be sticking with Eneloop. I didn't go back to 7dayshop so maybe I should have done as I have found them to be excellent in all other aspects.These were Nicads though so maybe the 7dayshop NiMh fare better. I'll let others be the guinea pigs!Heat added.



Which? recommended 7dayshop's Good to Go AA NiMH batteries a couple of years back (the same green and white packaging). I've found their Good to Go AA and AAA batteries work well, with no problems.
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