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4x Panasonic Eneloop Pro AAA rechargeable batteries £4.99 @ Clearance Bargains in Stanley County Durham
LocalLocalFound 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Spotted in Clearance Bargains in Stanley, County Durham. There's a basket full of them, so hopefully there's enough stock to let this deal get hot ;) They are the 930mAh version.

For sure! I have a combination of both and use the higher capacity/drain cell in flashlights and the higher self discharge in everything else.


Good shout. It's definitely a question of use-case. For my needs, I'd probably opt for the lower capacity, higher recharge cycle batteries since I mainly use low-powered devices.


If you cannot get these i'd look online for the Fujitsu batteries, they're made in the exact same TDK factory with the exact same ratings. I have these and eneloops and their is no difference. https://www.7dayshop.com/products/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-ready-to-use-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-900mah-4-pack-wh2-recr03fuj-950 78p more expensive but includes delivery. However if you don't NEED the long capacity i'd look at the 2100 recharge cycles version as they'll last longer and have a better self discharge.


Actually, I just zoomed into my original photo. These are the 930mAh version :)


I didn't have the foresight to check the capacity of these before I left the store. Sorry about that :D . Given these are the Pro version, they should be at least 900mAh.

Panasonic Eneloop PRO AAA HR03 Ready to Use Rechargeable NiMh Batteries 930mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack £19.99 7dayshop
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
Panasonic Eneloop PRO AAA HR03 Ready to Use Rechargeable NiMh Batteries 930mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack 5 / 5 (9 reviews) Great Value 8 pack - you will receive 2 packs of 4 batteri… Read more

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I use eneloop in both our fire TV Alexa remotes they last much better. The remotes are in my opinion badly designed though, if you hold one to your ear you can hear them click and make radio wave type noises even when the fire stick is turned off so I suspect they are constantly looking for a connection rather than going to sleep.


Off topic a bit but has anyone had any success using rechargeables will amazon fire remote? Ive tried a couple of brands and for some reason I can't get them to work. Heat added for these.


I use rechargeable batteries every day at work in torches. Whilst I admit eneloop are good, I use the Lidl ones mostly because they are imo the best value and are reliable. And suspecting Lidl are as bad as amazon basics is ridiculous. I have one set of Ikea and they are not great. I have several sets of Lidl ranging from several years old to a batch I bought a last month.


According to the latest Which? tests the Eneloops retained charge better than the Ikea ones and lost less capacity over a similar period of time. The Amazon Basics ones performed much worse on both measures. I suspect that the cheap Lidl ones would be similar to the Amazon ones, so yes, you probably would notice a significant difference in performance over time.

Panasonic Eneloop Expedition Limited Edition AAA Ni-Mh Ready to Use Rechargeable Batteries Min 750mAh - 8 Pack 7dayshop £11.99 delivered
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
GENUINE ENELOOP & BRAND NEW IN PACK Special Limited "Expedition" AAA / HR03 version developed with the concept of sustainability and care for the Earth Panasonic Eneloop embodi… Read more

Epic, thanks mate. Huge fan of saving the pennies, but don't believe in false economies/buying stuff based on rumours. Cheers for posting


Just been searching for eneloop.....There's only 1 factory in Japan, if the Ikea batteries say "made in japan" they come from the same factory as the eneloop's. The Link has all the info :) also here


I’ve got both but the Vapextech, though higher capacity and cheaper, have started to fail on me after 3-4yrs whilst the Eneloops are still going strong


Why does everyone on here say this? Because of ONE blog/video guy who said it? Same capacity does not = same battery. Do the ikea ones work at -20C and +60C ? Do the ikea ones hold 80+% of their charge after 1 year ? Yes I have both. Ikea batteries are very good .... but they are not eneloops in disguise.


Ordered thanks OP

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Panasonic Eneloop Basic Charger & 4 x Eneloop AA Batteries £14.99 @ Maplins (Click & Collect Only)
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
saw this & thought it was a good deal as the price has dropped since it was last posted at £17.49 Previous Deal https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-eneloop-basic-charg… Read more
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Laad is complete rubbish. Had, used...and they nothing to compare with Eneloop.


Laada in Ikea seems to be exactly same batteries pack of 4 batteries £5.5.


I would not be doing any clicking and collecting with this company as it is in administration and there is no guarantee you will get your and definitely no warranty. Just a heads up for those who don't know.

Eneloop Pro 930 MAh Rechargeable AAA Batteries 4 Pack £11.99 @ Argos
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Decent price for the high street. Eneloop pro batteries are the perfect choice for powering high current consuming devices such as photo flash lights, wireless keyboard & mou… Read more
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Thanks for the reminder, visited IKEA recently and was about to buy them but just forgot. Will keep in mind on the next trip to store. Thank you!


Lidl one's are £3? Seam great?.not eneloop but been using for years in my Lenser torch's. £12 is alot of money, surly??


There were rumblings that Amazon Basics batteries are rebadged eneloops but nobody seems to know..and also that Fujitsu (who took over the old Panasonic manufacturing plant) are also of a similar ilk. Can't confirm those two options for sure, though.


If you don't want to pay the Eneloop price, get yourself down to your nearest Ikea and pick up their rechargeables, which are a rebranded Eneloop Pro and only £5.99 for 4x AA and £4.00 for 4x AAAs. Here's a video on YouTube explaining it: IKEA LINKS Ikea AAs Ikea AAAs


Good batteries

IKEA LADDA AA NI-MH batteries: £5.50 - 50p on your birthday with voucher (Possibly eneloop pros)
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Ok, I may have cheated a little, but if you are an IKEA Family member (free to join), you receive a £5 voucher for your birthday each year. This should allow you to get a pack of… Read more

I bought them in 2015 so nearly 3 years old but not been used that much. Realised within the 1st year they were poor performers. They were the black ones. Just had a look and see they now are white with a green rim so perhaps they have changed manufacturer and are improved. For me the key thing is how well do they hold their charge. The Eneloops do exactly what they say on the tin. A critical test for the IKEA batteries will be longevity in holding charge and that can only be tested over time


Interesting. I have Amazon basics, energizer and white Eneloops and the Eneloops are actually the weakest performers but they are also my oldest batteries. The Amazon basics and the energizer been almost identical in runtime and recharge capacity on my smart charger. How's old are your Amazon basics ones? I'm wondering if they changed supplier the same time as IKEA did.


Having only just purchased the Ikea ones and not tested over a period of time I cant say how they compare with the Eneloop batterys. I can say with some certanty based on my experiance that the Amazon Basics are no where near as good as the Eneloops. They do not last as long and certainly dont seem to hold their charge as well. I would go so far as to say that they are not much better then the old style Nimh battery if at all. Regret trying to save money by bying Amazon Basics. Will do some testing over the next couple of months and draw my conclusions then on the IKEA thoght the video above seems promising


It is incredible how much fake news is repeatedly regurgitated. Japan currently has 101 manufacturer members in the Japanese battery association. And LSD type batteries are made by many companies, them being the preferred consumer item.


Any chance of a link to a comprehensive test that concludes they are indistinguishable?

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Panasonic Eneloop Basic Charger AND 4x Eneloop AA £17.49 @ Maplin
Found 9th MarFound 9th Mar
Panasonic eneloop basic charger (not quick) now £17.49 and was £24.99 4 x Eneloop AA included. Pretty good price I think: Features: • Can charge AA and AAA batteries • Will cha… Read more

For some things yes; but buying battereis is a low cost/risk item so I would'nt hesitate if the price was very good...


Maplin are DEAD, the receiver is only keeping the stores open to shift stock... I wouldn't spend there before they went bust, but if you want to gamble...


Wait for maplin price to drop further..


£10 a couple of months back... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-eneloop-batteries-and-charger-at-waitrose-for-10-online-and-instore-2867396


eneloops are the daddy of the battery world. Agree with searcher2 that buying batteries separately and an intelligent charger is a better long term proposition. It would be nice to know if other non branded batteries are indeed eneloops in disguise, as i have tried a few and the eneloops just seem better, last longer, hold charge better out of use etc.

Panasonic Eneloop AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 800mAh (Min. 750mah) AAA - Value 8 Pack £11.15 delivered 7Dayshop
Found 16th FebFound 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 batterie… Read more

Yep the reason I have more Fujitsu as there on offer more lolthe black aa ones though do say 500 times on the packaging


The Evolution Of Eneloop & Fujitsu Rechargeable Battery.


Heat, class battery’s Fujitsu are also on offer which are also very goo


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?

Panasonic Eneloop Pro AA 2500mAh Eneloop NiMH Ready to Use Rechargeable, £11. 63 Prime/amazon(£14.62 non prime)
Found 30th Dec 2017Found 30th Dec 2017
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

Done that a couple of years ago but i'll giv it another go and see what gives. All1


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


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 (y)


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 batteries and charger at Waitrose for £10 online and instore
LocalLocalFound 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
Discounted in Waitrose to £10, seems a good bargain for 4 AA batteries + charger! Also, 4 AA/AAA Panasonic batteries for 6.49 discounted at half price.

Minimum £40 online spend (Click & Collect) or £60 for delivery


This is a good price. Was going to post this the other day.


Fab.. took a while to find the batteries but found them. great deal cheers


Oo I'm just heading to waitrose. Fingers crossed mine have these...sound like it's just what I need


Great price for top quality batteries, and in store too.

Panasonic Eneloop AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries at 7dayshop for £10.89
Found 29th Nov 2017Found 29th Nov 2017
Cheaper than Amazon. Don't forget TCB.

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: https://www.filterjoe.com/2016/02/04/best-aa-batteries-and-chargers-2016/


If defective, your proof of purchase is sufficient such as cc statement Unless u paid cash


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... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B011RPC6JO/ref=sspa_dk_detail_12?psc=1


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.

Panasonic Eneloop 4x AA and charger £4 - Waitrose in store
LocalLocalFound 29th Nov 2017Found 29th Nov 2017
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


Ansmann charger it will tell you if the cells are faulty


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
Found 7th Oct 2017Found 7th Oct 2017
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. AAA £2.40 4/pack (Brown) 500mAh http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/batteries-chargers/ladda-rechargeable-battery-art-30303883/ AA £2.90 4/pack (Brown) 900mAh http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/batteries-chargers/ladda-rechargeable-battery-art-20303874/ The Brown above are apparently made in China. AAA £4 4/pack (White) 900mAh http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/batteries-chargers/ladda-rechargeable-battery-art-90303880/ AA £5.50 4/pack (White) 2450mAh http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/batteries-chargers/ladda-rechargeable-battery-art-70303876/ 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: http://budgetlightforum.com/comment/910897#comment-910897 LADDA (White sleeve) AA 2450mAh tested: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/47233 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 :p :D !! 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.


Thanks for the info (y)


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.


Here's a test/data sheet on "Fujiloops" (AA variety HR-3UTC) as mentioned on here http://budgetlightforum.com/node/19399?page=4 http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Fujitsu AA HR-3UTC 1900mAh (White) UK.html 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) https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=th&u=http://www.fdk.co.th/products-rechargeable.php&prev=search 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: https://www.7dayshop.com/products/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-ready-to-use-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-900mah-extra-value-8-pack-wh2-recr03fuj-950x2 (weirdly, these also say "rechargeable up to 500 times")Fujitsu AAA HR03 Ready to Use NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - Extra Value 8 Pack (HR-4UTCEX) £10.19: https://www.7dayshop.com/products/fujitsu-aaa-hr03-ready-to-use-nimh-rechargeable-batteries-750mah-extra-value-8-pack-wh2-hr-4utcexx2 these say "rechargeable up to 2100 times") This post http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?436734-Eneloop-OR-Fujitsu-AA-s&p=5118179&viewfull=1#post5118179 is from July 2017, and it's a comment from ChibiM who collates the http://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: http://eneloop101.com/batteries/complete-lineup/ " 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) https://translate.google.co.uk/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http://kaden.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/column_review/kdnreview/554048.html&edit-text=


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

Eneloop 550mAh AAA Batteries 2pk - £2.49 Prime / £6.48 Non Prime at Amazon
Found 24th Sep 2017Found 24th Sep 2017
Great price matching the Argos clearance price.

Don't waste these on a DECT phone - it is almost constantly on charge so the low self-discharge characteristic is not required.


Yeah has the price gone up? Or am I missing something? Could do with some for DECT phones.


I guess this is now expired as it's showing as £7 for me


That is the issue with HUKD. People overbuy things which then sit on a shelf gathering dust; just because they were a bargain. I would rather have £21.60 sitting as cash instead of taking up space in my store/garage or wherever for nearly 4 years. Drives my Mrs mad when I buy something just because it is a bargain. 10 unopened packs nearly 4 years later. Presumably after opening/using how many ever you really needed? What ever possesed you to do that?


Probably only useful for remotes and very low power applications. And expired.

Panasonic Eneloop (these retain 70% charge for 5 years) AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 8 Pack £10.99 delivered 7DayShop
Found 13th Sep 2017Found 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 straigh… Read more
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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.


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.


Same as your reply to me then


which isn't really relevant to this deal

Panasonic Eneloop AA 8-Pack - 1900 mAh £11.39 Del @ Battery force
Found 5th Sep 2017Found 5th Sep 2017
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It's Vapextech batteries but they only last for 1000 cycles. So you got a point there. More cycles for the eneloops but each cycle doesn't last as long.


I'd be interested to see what batteries you're talking about, I know 1900 isn't the best but I think one of the main benefits of these is that they will last for (supposedly) >2000 cycles.


1900 mAh is not good enough for the price. I have seen 2500 mAh low discharge rechargeables for maybe a pound more than this for 8 pack. Well worth getting those instead.


What possesses people to nitpick other people's posts. Totally unnecessary.


What I was getting unchilled about was the ridiculous use of the word LIKE. Totally unnecessary. What possesses people to use it in that manner?

Eneloop rechargeable batteries 8 x AA. 4 x AAA. 1 x recharging unit. £21.58 @ costco
LocalLocalFound 26th Jun 2017Found 26th Jun 2017
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.


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


Fair price, I have AA and AAA eneloop and can't fault them, official charger should be quality too. Heat.


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


Don't know have a look on website.

Panasonic Eneloop Smart & Quick Charger with 4xAA Batteries @ Maplin - £14.99
Found 9th Jun 2017Found 9th Jun 2017
Panasonic Eneloop Smart & Quick Charger with 4xAA Batteries @ Maplin. This is the BQ-CC55. Picked one up today.. Seems to be well reviewed, both on Maplin and the interwebs. … Read more
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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
Found 4th May 2017Found 4th May 2017
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!


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
Found 21st Apr 2017Found 21st Apr 2017
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

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


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


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.


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).

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