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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.