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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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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 batterie… Read more
rossysaurus15 h, 37 m ago

If you are draining and recharging once a week 1000 cycles is still 19 …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.


Great point about the amount of years, I do however wonder if these claims of 500 or 1000+ charges are true or not since it feels
almost like a printer toner which claim 5000 print outs when you get 500 instead.

For peace of mind I don't think you can beat the Eneloops and would rather pay the few quid more for these especially at 55% off saving.
Is it ok to use a fast charger with these?
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.
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
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?


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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
Panasonic Eneloop Pro AA 2500mAh Eneloop NiMH Ready to Use Rechargeable, £11. 63 Prime/amazon(£14.62 non prime)
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The best rechargeable on the market. Eneloop by Panasonic is the next generation of environmentally friendly batteries. Pack of 4 Pre-Charged (Ready to use) AA 2500mAh Ni-MH Ene… Read more
YOG5 h, 34 m ago

Sorry, cannot do that, as against the Which rules, although you could sign …Sorry, cannot do that, as against the Which rules, although you could sign up for £1 to trial Which, and read the report.



Done that a couple of years ago but i'll giv it another go and see what gives.

All1
Alloneword5 m ago

YOG any chance you can take some images or make report into a pdf so we …YOG any chance you can take some images or make report into a pdf so we can read that article?All1


Sorry, cannot do that, as against the Which rules, although you could sign up for £1 to trial Which, and read the report.
YOG23 h, 39 m ago

If you have access to "Which" testing, you'll find that the IKEA out …If you have access to "Which" testing, you'll find that the IKEA out performed the Panasonic in all long-term use tests, was equal on single charge battery life, scored 3/5 stars for charge retention v 4/5 stars for Panasonic. Overall scores were 80% IKEA v 76% Panasonic.IKEA CONS: Nothing major, but other Best Buys retain more charge when not in use.Panasonic CONS: Other batteries stand up better to long-term use.



YOG any chance you can take some images or make report into a pdf so we can read that article?


All1
Brilliant rechargeable batteries, thanks OP
louiselouise7 h, 26 m ago

There were rumblings and mumblings about Fujitsu Rechargeable Batteries …There were rumblings and mumblings about Fujitsu Rechargeable Batteries being "real" Eneloops as they took over ownership of the old Sanyo factory (afaik), some even call them Fujiloops.And some saying Amazon Basics rechargeables are rebranded (Panasonic) Eneloops. There are so many different opinions it gets quite confusing.


The 2 year old Amazon ones I've got are very good and probably Eneloops, but the new ones are a different capacity so it might have changed.
Panasonic Eneloop AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries at 7dayshop for £10.89
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Cheaper than Amazon. Don't forget TCB.
macliam29th Nov 2017

These are the original pre-charged, low self-discharge batteries and are …These are the original pre-charged, low self-discharge batteries and are reliable and the same size as other AA/AAA. The LIDL Tronic equivalents are good too, but are slightly larger so won't fit in some torches, etc.



used LILD ones, Eneloop, Vapextech. AA and AAA. mostly for bike lights, but also for toys/remotes/etc
after one year Tronics have considerably lower capacity, stopped using them
Vapextech holds ok, but Eneloop is the best - feels like new after 1-2 years..

nice article: filterjoe.com/201…16/
Edited by: "strnik" 6th Jan
If defective, your proof of purchase is sufficient such as cc statement
Unless u paid cash
hashman23 h, 45 m ago

But they have 3 y warranty....


Oh no I threw my receipt a way
Wonder what the EBL batteries are like, £15.99 with Prime for 16 , 1100Mah seems high for low discharge type... amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1
hashman49 m ago

But they have 3 y warranty....


Sure but using that warranty is inconvenient. Single batteries out of multi packs fail over time. You have to go to store to replace them.l but they won't be on sale when you do. If eneloop are a reasonable premium then I'd say it was worth it. You'll leave lidl and put the refund straight toward a more reliable brand.
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Panasonic Eneloop 4x AA and charger £4 - Waitrose in store
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Found these in the Canary Wharf Waitrose, marked as £4 on the shelf (though code wasn't same as product) scanned and bought at £4 though. May also be available in John Lewis? This … Read more
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At the risk of starting another wild goose chase these are currently back on the shelves at the Canary wharf branch, ground floor, near the rear of the store. Had at least 6 packs left
Sent my daughter into CW Waitrose early the next morning. Nilch!
From the OP's post it looks like there may be only two lucky people in E14.
Full price at my local as well
subvertbeats30th Nov

Can you recommend a great charger?


Ansmann charger it will tell you if the cells are faulty
afroylnt1 h, 2 m ago

scanning @ £15.99 at my local. Think this was a real one off; Waitrose …scanning @ £15.99 at my local. Think this was a real one off; Waitrose copying Tesco's maybe?.


Don't be so vulgar.
Fujitsu AAA HR03 Ready to Use NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 1000mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack (Made In Japan - Like Eneloop?) £11.79 Delivered @ 7dayshop
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Read through this HUKD post, looking for Eneloops - came up with these. It's suggested these Fujitsu batteries are made in the same factory as Eneloops** (see my Edit at the bottom… Read more
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I wonder if the AmazonBasics LSD (low self-discharge) rechargeables are rebadged Eneloops?

They appear to be made either in Japan or China, which suggests Panasonic/Eneloop, if indeed that's who manufactures them.

Also, White Ikea LADDA (LSD) Batteries are also rumoured to be rebadges as well - some speculate they are actually FDK/Fujitsu.
32216425-u3SuJ.jpgAAA £2.40 4/pack (Brown) 500mAh ikea.com/gb/…83/

AA £2.90 4/pack (Brown) 900mAh ikea.com/gb/…74/

The Brown above are apparently made in China.

AAA £4 4/pack (White) 900mAh ikea.com/gb/…80/

AA £5.50 4/pack (White) 2450mAh ikea.com/gb/…76/

White are being compared to Panasonic/Japanese Eneloop Pro in this Youtube video (at 6:20). The White LADDA batteries are made in Japan.

White LADDA batteries are discussed here too: budgetlightforum.com/com…897
LADDA (White sleeve) AA 2450mAh tested: budgetlightforum.com/nod…233 Apparently the discharge curves look identical to the Fujitsu (FDK) cells as well, so it's rather confusing.

In any case, the LADDA White could be a great, cheaper alternative.

Edit: The Youtuber in the above clip (AirbourneSurfer) actually replied to me:

"FDK manufactures all Eneloop-spec batteries under license from Panasonic--including branded Eneloop cells. The factories in Japan are still tooled for the "Eneloop Pro" spec so any NiMH cells made in Japan are made at one factory, owned by FDK, and licensed to various brands."

Man, I'm probably more puzzled than I was before I started compiling this Deal post !!

On other forums it's implied that Panasonic (Eneloop) and FDK are completely separate from one another. Perhaps it is true that Japanese Eneloop (Panasonic) and FDK Fujitsu batteries are made in the same factory. Not a lot of love out there for Chinese Eneloop (Panasonic), though.
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LadyEleanor17 m ago

It is a result of reduced materials to get more electrolyte inside.It is …It is a result of reduced materials to get more electrolyte inside.It is the high quality that still allows a decent and real 500 cycles.

Thanks for the info
mman20058th Oct

They can only be charged 500 though compared to the eneloops at 2100


It is a result of reduced materials to get more electrolyte inside.
It is the high quality that still allows a decent and real 500 cycles.
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Here's a test/data sheet on "Fujiloops" (AA variety HR-3UTC) as mentioned on here budgetlightforum.com/nod…e=4

lygte-info.dk/rev…tml

The 1000mAh batteries in my Deal post are "HR-4UAEX", trying to find more details about this specific variety.

Even FDK themselves only advertise "Standard Capacity - White" (2100 cycles) and High Capacity - Black" (500 cycles) translate.google.co.uk/tra…rch

7dayshop also sell these Fujitsu AAA rechargeables in 4 or 8 packs:

Fujitsu AAA HR03 Ready to Use NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 900mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack (HR-4UTHCEX) £10.59:
7dayshop.com/pro…0x2 (weirdly, these also say "rechargeable up to 500 times")32207745-csPvE.jpgFujitsu AAA HR03 Ready to Use NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack (HR-4UTCEX) £10.19: 7dayshop.com/pro…xx2 these say "rechargeable up to 2100 times")32207745-6YCEx.jpg
This post candlepowerforums.com/vb/…l=1 is from July 2017, and it's a comment from ChibiM who collates the eneloop101.com/ site.
"The eneloop trademark is not in hands of a Chinese company, but a Japanese company called Panasonic. Since 2014 Panasonic has a Chinese factory that makes eneloops, but for the Asian, Oceanian, South American market. If you are in the US you get your Eneloops still from the Japanese factory, the same as which they originally came from. So they now are produced in 2 countries.

The factory is owned by Fujitsu, so your batteries are the same as eneloops and therefore good. If you want to read more about eneloops, I would suggest taking a look at my website, and specifically this: eneloop101.com/bat…up/ "


Can't see anyone specifically commenting on these HR-4UAEX 1000mAh "500 cycles" Fujitsus (which is a bit of a "d'oh!" on my part, as I assumed the equivalent Panasonic Eneloop 1000mAh/AAA would have the same number of cycles!).

"What is the difference between FDK's NiMH battery (HR-4UTA(4B)) and eneloop?" (translated from Japanese, August 2012) translate.google.co.uk/tra…xt=
Edited by: "louiselouise" 8th Oct 2017
They can only be charged 500 though compared to the eneloops at 2100
Panasonic Eneloop (these retain 70% charge for 5 years) AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 8 Pack £10.99 delivered 7DayShop
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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 straigh… Read more
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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.
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.
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.
brilly1 h, 19 m ago

which isn't really relevant to this deal


Same as your reply to me then
vulcanproject4 m ago

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


which isn't really relevant to this deal
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Eneloop rechargeable batteries 8 x AA. 4 x AAA. 1 x recharging unit. £21.58 @ costco
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17.99 before vat.
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Thanks for this, just called Costco Lakeside today and they have this deal.

Picked up 2 packs this evening.
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jade6n26th Jun

​couldnt find it on there, im guessing u have seen this in store then?


yes it was with office chairs, Croydon, guess instore only then

Edited by: "garbage456" 28th Jun 2017
Fair price, I have AA and AAA eneloop and can't fault them, official charger should be quality too. Heat.
garbage456

Don't know have a look on website.



​couldnt find it on there, im guessing u have seen this in store then?
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jade6n1 h, 18 m ago

instore only??


Don't know have a look on website.
Panasonic Eneloop Smart & Quick Charger with 4xAA Batteries @ Maplin - £14.99
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Is that Eneloop or a different brand? These are the ones that stay charged, unlike standard rechargeables.

The Eneloop pros are 2450mah I think but very hard to get hold of the charger bundle.
Costco have a set in store with the charger and 16 batteries for £17.99 if you're a member
1900mah batteries, which for the price isn't the best I think. I use 2400mah Duracells in my Xbox pad, they last a long time. I got mine from Amazon.
Panasonic Eneloop AA 8-Pack - 1900 mAh £11.39 @ Battery force
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Back in stock. Discount to the great £11.99 price listed when added to your basket. Ordered some AAA batteries from them the other day and they were very prompt with delivery
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Thanks OP, just bought at £11.39, easily the best price around for high quality LSD cells.
Thanks OP
Delivery is very fast from Battery Force, ordered on Sunday night and my AAAs were delivered Tuesday morning. Got a complimentary choc in the packet - nice touch!
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Absolutely no idea - its a pity because people will miss out on these and they're a bargain at this price
Why is this cold! it's not ordinary batteries it's Eneloop the absolute best battery ever made!
Fujitsu (same as Eneloop - holds 70% charge for 5 years, made in Japan) Ready to Use AAA HR03 NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - 8 Pack £9.99 delivered 7DayShop
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You can save money with this 8-pack of quality rechargeable batteries, which are pre-charged and ready to use out of the packet. These Fujitsu batteries are made in Japan, meanin… Read more
Newbold

It's Liitokala for anyone wanting to follow that up - but the ones that … It's Liitokala for anyone wanting to follow that up - but the ones that do the job properly seem very little, if any cheaper.



Fair point, I was looking at the 2 bay vs the 4 bay. Not really a fair comparison.
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benfisher1991

Good chargers but you don't need to spend anywhere near that amount for a … Good chargers but you don't need to spend anywhere near that amount for a decent charger. Littokala is a pretty good budget brand from GearBest.


It's Liitokala for anyone wanting to follow that up - but the ones that do the job properly seem very little, if any cheaper.
Newbold

Buy a decent charger for these - they deserve it. One of these should … Buy a decent charger for these - they deserve it. One of these should suit very well:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000-wh2-ds-225https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Household-Batteries-Battery-Chargers/XTAR-VC4-Battery-Charger/B01D8464S6/The XTAR may well be available more cheaply elsewhere, but the Multismart 3000 can only be obtained from 7DayShop - though there are similar ones (usually dearer).



Good chargers but you don't need to spend anywhere near that amount for a decent charger. Littokala is a pretty good budget brand from GearBest.
if you leave something which requires batteries alone for 5 years who cares about the charge amount, you are a hoarder.
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Buy a decent charger for these - they deserve it. One of these should suit very well:

https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000-wh2-ds-225

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Household-Batteries-Battery-Chargers/XTAR-VC4-Battery-Charger/B01D8464S6/

The XTAR may well be available more cheaply elsewhere, but the Multismart 3000 can only be obtained from 7DayShop - though there are similar ones (usually dearer).
Panasonic Eneloop AAA 750mAh Rechargeable Battery Pack of 8 £10.75 @ Battery Force
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This is the Panasonic official UK retailer. The Panasonic Eneloop Ready to Use rechargeable battery range is now available at Battery Force! The Panasonic Eneloop AAA Ready to … Read more
Received mine today, thanks OP,
I read on a different thread about Chinese and Japanese Eneloop batteries, these are the Jap version which allegedly are the better ones.
Nope, the aaa pack 2x 4 does come out at £10.43
switcha

This is still the case so I bought two packs of four instead. They were … This is still the case so I bought two packs of four instead. They were £5.49 each but the total was only £10.43 at checkout.



I tried the same and got a £20.86 total
k0sh

OOS



This is still the case so I bought two packs of four instead. They were £5.49 each but the total was only £10.43 at checkout.
OOS
Panasonic Eneloop AA 1900mAh Rechargeable Battery Pack of 8 for £11.99 @ Battery Force
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Mine came today £11.39 , made in Japan 08/2016
sisqoboy2

I bought 4 lidl aa rechargeable batteries for £3 so this is how I compare … I bought 4 lidl aa rechargeable batteries for £3 so this is how I compare this price.


You said these were overpriced and said you had bought these 2 days before. I'm not psychic!
sisqoboy2

I bought 4 lidl aa rechargeable batteries for £3 so this is how I compare … I bought 4 lidl aa rechargeable batteries for £3 so this is how I compare this price.


Only if they are low self-discharge types.
I bought 4 lidl aa rechargeable batteries for £3 so this is how I compare this price.
Panasonic Eneloop (retain 70% charge for 5 years) AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 8 Pack £11.69 delivered 7DayShop
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Stunningly good price for these excellent rechargeables - probably the best around. Money-saving and long-lasting, these rechargable NiMH eneloop batteries are ready to use out of… Read more
matlock67

Just bought 8 AA Panasonic eneloops from battery force £11.39



​Can't find them for that price can you link please
Just bought 8 AA Panasonic eneloops from battery force £11.39
spinks

Panasonic first introduced these type on 2014. How do we know they will … Panasonic first introduced these type on 2014. How do we know they will have 70% charge in 5 years? oOhttp://www.realwire.com/releases/Panasonic-launches-new-eneloop-rechargeable-batteries


Same comment can be made about just about any lifetime guaranteed product. Google up on accelerated life testing....
£5.49 less 5% for 4. Got them within 2 days with a complimentary mint lol. Same place that was posted the other day for the AA's, dealt with them before.
Free delivery over £10. Panasonic agent Battery Force and they are the proper Japanese ones
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bullet9t9

Can someone tell me which chargers I should get to charge these Not sure … Can someone tell me which chargers I should get to charge these Not sure if a cheap charger will affect the product. (Sorry if this is a daft question) thanks in advance


Not at all a daft question - very few people take the trouble to buy a decent charger, and these batteries deserve it. One of these should suit you very well:

https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000-wh2-ds-225

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Household-Batteries-Battery-Chargers/XTAR-VC4-Battery-Charger/B01D8464S6/

The XTAR may well be available more cheaply elsewhere, but the Multismart 3000 can only be obtained from 7DayShop - though there are similar ones (usually dearer).
Panasonic Eneloop 4 Pack AA HR6 1900mAh Rechargeable Batteries £8.19 (Delivery Included) @ 7dayshop
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Cheaper than Maplin (currently £14.99). They sell Eneloop Pro AA HR6 2500mAh (4 Packs) for £13.25 (Maplin £19.99).
Apparently Ikea's LADDA batteries are re-branded Eneloop's acoording to forum chatter (they're all made in Japan) Their 2450mah batteries are only £5.50 per 4 pack and their 1000mah batteries are only £2.75 per 4 pack.
Are the Fujitsu batteries the same as Eneloop ones? From what I can tell, When Sanyo were bought by Panasonic, due to anti-competitive laws, the Factory that made them Eneloop batteries were sold to Fujitsu...They are slightly cheaper so if they are the same batteries then Fujitsu's seem to be the better option.
Good spot, Musicinme_pro but I would second Nanuek's comment. While these batteries last for up to 2100 charges they're nearly 3 times the price of Lidl's up to 1000 charges so still a little more expensive. Even more so when you factor in the 1900mAh and 2300mAh difference as well.
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pretty good. Costco is 20 ish for 4 aaa 8 aaa and a basic wall charger
pretty good. Costco is 20 ish for 4 aaa 8 aaa and a basic wall charger
8 Panasonic Eneloop Rechargeable 750mAh Batteries AAA 8 pack £10.99 @ Maplin
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Quite a good price for good batteries and if you are close to a store you can just pick them up without needing to wait for a delivery.
I found these AAA Eneloops cheaper at another online store which also had the AA versions at a great price. I posted a deal but it got removed because the company didn't meet HUKD checks. The webstore is however highly rated on TrustPilot.
powerbrick

Nitecore D4, superb charger.


Thanks, went for the Nitecore D4 EU 2016. Checked out a few reviews and liked the fact that it plugs direct into the mains rather than needing a power adapter or USB supply. The display is also nice a clear and can be turned off.
The XTAR VC4 works pretty well with recharging these batteries too.

Heat for a great deal OP.
Any chance any of your kind & knowledgeable folk can help?

I posted under the ASK section a while back, but no responses. Would appreciate it if any of you could take the time to help.

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A deal at Maplin?! Never thought I'd see the day, they're usually ridiculously overpriced.
Panasonic Eneloop BK-4MCCEC4BE AAA Rechargeable Batteries with Batterybox (Pack of 4) £6.99 Amazon Prime / £10.98 non prime
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Any chance any of your kind & knowledgeable folk can help?I posted under … Any chance any of your kind & knowledgeable folk can help?I posted under the ASK section a while back, but no responses. Would appreciate it if any of you could take the time to help.http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/ask/best-battery-charger-batteries-technoline-eneloop-pro-s-aa-aaa-9v-2590442




I think the only significant difference between those two chargers is the bc1000 model can do some higher charge currents, although the highest setting was only available when charging only two batteries inserted in the two outside channels.

Here's a comparison:- batterylogic.co.uk/tec…asp

There are a lot of good cheap copies of those chargers, I own a 7 dayshop version mentioned above which can charge at a maximum of 1amp, I generally charge my standard Eneloop AAs at 700mA or less, and my AAAs at 500mA or less.
Any chance any of your kind & knowledgeable folk can help?

I posted under the ASK section a while back, but no responses. Would appreciate it if any of you could take the time to help.

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CHUNGHO1

What type of chargers do people recommend for the Eneloops batteries? … What type of chargers do people recommend for the Eneloops batteries? Will any kind work?



​As antmatz said about, the XTAR VC4 is excellent for a plethora of different types of rechargeable batteries.
powerbrick

But you wouldnt use NiMH for LED torches.



​Eh? Please explain? Depending upon what voltage is required by the driver, you can't beat lithium ion or NiMH for flashlights.
powerbrick

But you wouldnt use NiMH for LED torches.



​So what batteries should I be using with my LED Lenser torch ?
IKEA usb battery charger AA/AAA £1.80
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Rhythmeister

​I wonder how many days it would take to charge a pair of 3200mah NiMH A … ​I wonder how many days it would take to charge a pair of 3200mah NiMH AAs oO



3200 mah x2 = 6400 mah / 500 mah = 12.8 hours = ~ 1/2 day
jony7

This must be a very slow charger oO



​I wonder how many days it would take to charge a pair of 3200mah NiMH AAs oO
This must be a very slow charger oO
Lovely attractive hearing aid beige, with Ladda batteries to fit it the same colour.

The whole thing (including the name of the batteries) no doubt inspired by Lada and the lovely shade of hearing aid beige they painted many of their cars in
£7.50 delivery?
[Xbox Battery Charging] Panasonic Eneloop Smart Quick Charger with 4 x Eneloop AA Rechargeable Batteries BQ CC16 £20.98 @ batterystation
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killabyte

So the Panasonic brand is the one I need? Also which charger? I've got … So the Panasonic brand is the one I need? Also which charger? I've got old Panasonic Rechargeable batteries not eneloop, would the new charger charge both old and new batteries?


sorry for late reply
as for your question, this is what my research pointed towards.
Eneloop are the best batteries, amazon basics are eneloops but rebranded and like half the price
I got the charger that I linked to in this thread and these amazon basic batteries
https://www.amazon.co.uk/AmazonBasics-Capacity-Pre-Charged-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B00HZV9WTM/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1475184513&sr=1-1&keywords=amazon+basics+batteries

I have not tested them and they were a gift to a girl mate.

I recommend you get the amazon basics for batteries and yes this charger is the best but only if you want a simple charger really. Since I wanted to get her a simple charger, plug and play I got her this.

But if I was going to buy for me I would get something like this
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Liitokala-Lii-500-NiMH-Battery-Charger-3-7V-18650-18350-18500-17500-10440-26650-1-2V/32658999890.html?spm=2114.01010208.3.37.ZHCIxN&ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_10,searchweb201602_5_10057_10056_10065_10068_10055_10054_10069_10059_10058_418_10073_10017_10071_10070_10060_10061_10052_10062_10053_10050_10051,searchweb201603_6&btsid=25803f59-95ef-45a0-b17b-df1f62103173

thats if your comfortable with shopping in China. The one in china one is 10 times better than the panasonic and cheaper, it does so much more but can still do the basics. also it takes any battery shapes and stuff.
check the reviews, alot alot cheaer to.

You could ask the seller if he can supply a uk adapter, if not they cost a pound from poundland. expect to wait between 2 weeks to 4.
seems like a good seller so I would expect 2-3 weeks.
The panasonic one is no where near that as a charger and I cant find any good price for it right now. let me know what you go for
So the Panasonic brand is the one I need? Also which charger? I've got old Panasonic Rechargeable batteries not eneloop, would the new charger charge both old and new batteries?
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I got the order, just as the seller described
It had a 3 pin plug, the exact same model as this
http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/battery-chargers-aaa-aa-c-d-9-volt/8124441/
very compact and all in all I'm very pleased
Enterpart

If I wasn't buying for my friend and I had quidco (Assuming if the deal … If I wasn't buying for my friend and I had quidco (Assuming if the deal is still on) I would get this instead (I'm the OP)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/7dayshop-multi-mode-lcd-display-intelligent-ni-mh-battery-charger-for-aa-aaa-batteries-2488323for batteries everyone is raving about eneloophttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-eneloop-BK-3MCCE-Batteries%C2%A0-%C2%A0Ni-Mh-Battery/dp/B00JZBX8DQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1470221589&sr=1-1&keywords=eneloopalso from that webpage a reviewer said this**A few chargers worth looking at**Maha MH-C9000 (very advanced high end charger)Powerex MH-C9000Technoline BL-700 or BC1000Foxnovo F-4SThe official Panasonic charger is: BQ CC16 this is an intelligent charger with individual monitoring and charging of cells, I don't recommend the basic BQ CC18 it works fine but it is timer control only.A decent budget 8 cell intelligent charger is the KooPower 8 Bay smart charger (this seems to be available in a few brand names same design though)Some of the top end chargers have multiple charging speeds and testing capabilities as well as discharge/re-fresh cycles. If you don't need these features then just go for a normal smart charger it's worth the small additional cost.and check out amaz



Nice one. I'll have a look
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flity7

Any other battery chargers out there to reccomend?? I'm on the lookout … Any other battery chargers out there to reccomend?? I'm on the lookout too.


If I wasn't buying for my friend and I had quidco (Assuming if the deal is still on) I would get this instead (I'm the OP)
hotukdeals.com/dea…323

for batteries everyone is raving about eneloop
amazon.co.uk/Pan…oop

also from that webpage a reviewer said this
**A few chargers worth looking at**

Maha MH-C9000 (very advanced high end charger)
Powerex MH-C9000
Technoline BL-700 or BC1000
Foxnovo F-4S
The official Panasonic charger is: BQ CC16 this is an intelligent charger with individual monitoring and charging of cells, I don't recommend the basic BQ CC18 it works fine but it is timer control only.
A decent budget 8 cell intelligent charger is the KooPower 8 Bay smart charger (this seems to be available in a few brand names same design though)

Some of the top end chargers have multiple charging speeds and testing capabilities as well as discharge/re-fresh cycles. If you don't need these features then just go for a normal smart charger it's worth the small additional cost.
and check out amaz
Panasonic eneloop rechargeable 750mah batteries AAA 8 pack £10.99 @ Maplin
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Let's hope that today's Eneloops are identical to ones made 10 years ago then.

Yes you paid twice - but you only paid twice overall if they consistently … Yes you paid twice - but you only paid twice overall if they consistently fail twice as rapidly as Eneloops. In my experience, they certainly don't.



In my experience - Eneloops have the best reliability and longevity. I've got 10 year old Sanyo Eneloops which still work perfectly. I've never had a dud. My intelligent charger is able to test internal resistance of NIMH cells - and they are consistently low - even after years of use. Capacity testing shows minimal degradation. But at the end of the day - you pay your money and make your choices. If Eneloops cost 2 or 3 times as much - yes, you may have a cost/benefit argument. But they aren't that much more expensive at all.

Where did I say that? If a battery fails on you, you have to buy … Where did I say that? If a battery fails on you, you have to buy another. You've paid twice.


Yes you paid twice - but you only paid twice overall if they consistently fail twice as rapidly as Eneloops. In my experience, they certainly don't.

I've seen no evidence that Eneloops are twice as good as their … I've seen no evidence that Eneloops are twice as good as their competitors.



Where did I say that? If a battery fails on you, you have to buy another. You've paid twice.

I've had all manner of rechargeable over the past 15-20 years. Yes, you can get cheaper, higher capacity low-discharge NIMH batteries, but in my experience, over time, they fail. And they fail inconsistently. So that means when you have 6 batteries in series, and one fails - the whole pack fails. Cheap batteries are only worthwhile if your time is worth nothing.

Eneloop are the most reliable rechargable available. Buy cheap, pay … Eneloop are the most reliable rechargable available. Buy cheap, pay twice.


I've seen no evidence that Eneloops are twice as good as their competitors.
Panasonic eneloop BK-3MCCE/8BE Ready-to-Use AA Batteries - Ni-Mh - 1,900 mAh - Pack of 8 £11.99 @ Amazon BeaconShop (Battery Force)
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Great batteries at a good price. These may take some time to reach <£11 again due to weakness in the Pound. It is pointless bemoaning what prices used to be when you can only buy what is on offer today. If only I could buy Gold at 1930's prices or Google shares at 2006 rates...
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Exactly as I said-third party sellers had them for this price many years,and even for £10.98
ordered. Cheers
Regular price.
Great batteries!
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