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Duracell Rechargeables StayCharged AA Batteries, 4-Count

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  • Preserves Power in High Drain Devices.
  • Recharge up to 400X.
  • Stays charged 5X longer than ordinary Rechargeables.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 4 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000XSA60I
  • Item model number: AA-RCHG-STAYx4
  • Batteries 4 Nonstandard Battery batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (559 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,588 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001
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Product Description

Duracell StayCharged Rechargeable Batteries with Duralock Power Preserve technology.

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Customer Reviews

Seem to hold a charge for a long time.
Rick
We always use rechargeable batteries where possible and believe the Duracell rechargeables are the best we've tried so far.
taxt
If you go through a lot of batteries, these will save you a lot of money as well as not cluttering up the landfill.
Dan R. Wojciechowski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

373 of 393 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on February 16, 2008
Size Name: AA
[Update Aug 28, 2011]
- The name of this product has been changed to Duracell Rechargeables StayCharged AA Batteries. As far as I can tell, those are the same batteries previously marketed as 'Pre-Charged'. In other parts of the world, those are also marketed as 'Active Charge'. They are stlll available in either 'white top' (made in Japan) and 'black top' (made in China) versions.

- Amazon has combined the AA and AAA versions of those Duracell batteries into the same product page. So now I look like a fool who says the same things twice. Oh well...

[Previous update on Dec 24, 2008]
I was only half-right when I boldly proclaimed that "Duracell Pre Charged AA are rebranded Sanyo eneloop cells" in my original review. It turns out that the first batch of Duracell AA cells I bought from Amazon are made in Japan, and those are identical to eneloop (both mechanically and electrically). But lately I bought some more Duracell AA from a warehouse club. Those are made in China, and they are identical to the Rayovac Hybrid.

[Original review follows]

Judging from similarity of technical specifications and physical shapes of (+) and (-) terminals, I am convinced that the Duracell Pre Charged AA is actually SANYO eneloop AA underneath a different wrapper. Therefore all the good things you heard about eneloop apply to Duracell 'Pre Charged', too.
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83 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Nuknuk TOP 100 REVIEWER on April 7, 2008
Size Name: AA Verified Purchase
Pros:
-For a rechargeable battery, these batteries does not need to be charged before you use it for the first time; right from the packaging into your gadgets.
-They last a long time.
-Does not need special charger. You can use your existing NiMh charger.

Cons:
-You can confuse them with regular Duracells and mistakenly thrown away after losing charge.
-This later technology is still expensive.

I also like Eneloops by Sanyo. But they are not easily available at your local stores.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By J. CHEN on January 20, 2011
Flavor Name: 1 PackSize Name: AAA
First, the disclaimer: There is no political motivation in this review. It is purely based on the findings of my measurement and facts. I hope no one should be offended.

I purchased three packs of these batteries. I found that one pack says "Made in Japan" and the other two "Made in China" in the back of package. Otherwise, the packaging is almost identical. There is, however, a very clear distinction on the battery itself. The Japanese made batteries have a white top while the Chinese made have a black top as shown in one of the photos I uploaded.

I was curious to see if there is a performance difference between the same line of batteries from different manufacturing plants. I have a La Crosse BC-700. So I put all three set into test mode, straight out of the package without any prior use. After 24 hours of measurements, the results are shown in the photos I uploaded.

The 8 batteries made in the Chinese factory averaged 790 mah. That is within 1.25% of the stated capacity. However, I found the variation among the samples is somewhat large, from 774 to 825.

The 4 batteries made in the Japanese factory averaged 834 mah. But more impressively, all samples were within the 832-838 range. This is an important characteristic because when you use multiple batteries in a device, the total capacity available is limited by the lowest one in the group.

I conclude that no matter where where these batteries are made, they at least meet expectation. With that said, I would prefer the "white top" batteries that are made in the Japanese factory. They are extremely consistent and offer higher capacity.
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139 of 157 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on January 23, 2008
Flavor Name: 1 PackSize Name: AAA
[Update Aug 28, 2011]
- The name of this product has been changed to Duracell Rechargeables StayCharged AAA Batteries. As far as I can tell, those are the same batteries previously marketed as 'Pre-Charged'. In other parts of the world, those are also marketed as 'Active Charge'. They are stlll available in either 'white top' (made in Japan) and 'black top' (made in China) versions.

- Amazon has combined the AA and AAA versions of those Duracell batteries into the same product page. So now I look like a fool who says the same things twice. Oh well...

[Previous update on Dec 21, 2008]
I was only half-right when I boldly proclaimed that "Duracell Pre Charged AAA are rebranded Sanyo eneloop cells" in my original review. It turns out that the first batch of Duracell AAA cells I bought from Amazon are made in Japan, and those are identical to eneloop (both mechanically and electrically). But lately I bought some more Duracell AAA from a warehouse club. Those are made in China, and they are identical to the Rayovac Hybrid (see my scan in the Customer Images section). Note that the Rayovac Hybrid AAA has an average capacity of about 780mAh (compared to about 830mAh for eneloop AAA), so is not as good a value.

[Original review follows]

Judging from similarity of technical specifications and physical shapes of (+) and (-) terminals, I am convinced that the
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