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NEW Sanyo Eneloop 3rd generation 8 Pack AA NiMH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries-Newest version-FREE BATTERY HOLDER- Rechargeable 1800 times

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  • •eneloop 8 pack AA 2000 mAh {MIN 1900}Pre-Charged and Ready to use
  • pre-charged by solar energy
  • Rechargeable up to 1800 times
  • 75% capacity after 5 years of storage
  • NEWEST VERSION JUST RELEASED * FREE BATTERY HOLDER FOR 4 BATTERIES
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  • Brand Name: Eneloop
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

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  • Shipping Weight: 7.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B009RQJM3Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (142 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #701 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2010

Product Description

Be the first to have the 3rd generation Sanyo has just announced its new eneloop batteries, which maintain their capacity even after 5 years of storage after recharging. The new eneloop batteries are also rechargeable approximately 1,800 times, an increase of approximately 20% compared to previous eneloop batteries which are rechargeable approximately 1,500 times You need a battery, which is reliable even when having cold temperatures? Before eneloop was suitable for temperatures as low as -10°C - now even until -20°C. The new eneloop is even more environment-friendly as it is pre-charged with solar energy in Japan

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My family and I highly recommend this product.
B. Sandoval
These were as advertised and I'm confident enough in these products to be perfectly satisfied with just that.
joshua marez
These rechargeable batteries seems to hold a charge well and last a long time on a charge.
Doc Swift

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97 of 97 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on May 18, 2013
I first started using the original Sanyo eneloop low-self-discharge batteries way back in early 2007. Later I also used the Second-gen eneloop batteries around 2010. Now, this product featured here ("NEW Sanyo Eneloop 3rd generation 8 Pack AA NiMH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries") claims to be the latest addition to the eneloop family, with an advertised lifespan of '1800 cycles'.

I have tested a set of those 3rd-gen eneloop AA cells, using my La Crosse BC1000 battery charger/analyzer. Here are my findings:

- Date code on each cell says '12 - 08', which means August 2012
- Right out the package, the open-terminal voltage of each cell is 1.32V
- The average remaining charge is measured to be 1490mAh, or 75% of the rated '2000mAh' capacity. The spread (max - min) is only 13mAh.
- After the first recharge, the average capacity jumps to 2060mAh
- After two more recharge/discharge cycles, the average capacity increased slightly to 2083mAh. The spread is still very tight (min=2060, max=2110).

The above behavior is nearly identical to my past test results for 1st- and 2nd-gen eneloop cells. Therefore I'm confident that those are indeed genuine Sanyo eneloop batteries. But how do I know whether I'm getting 2nd- or 3rd-gen eneloop cells?
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95 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Strohmian VINE VOICE on November 14, 2012
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*** GENERATIONS ***
It's unfortunate that Amazon is currently wiring up old reviews to new generations of Eneloops. As a result, you see people debating an old issue (counterfeits), or telling you that "no THIS is the newest version" when in fact it isn't! It's important to sort out the generations first:
- 1st gen (ca. 2007): The original white Eneloop; rechargeable 1000 times.
- 2nd gen: (2010 ?): Improved version with better self- discharge rates; rechargeable 1500 times.
- 3rd gen (2012): More improved version; rechargeable 1800 times.

As you can see, the most prominent characteristic is the number of cycles that the battery can go through. How realistic that actually is I cannot tell, but that's what is advertised on the package. The battery itself is marked as "HR-3UTGB 1.2V Min 1900 mAh" and looks otherwise indistinguishable from the old ones I have.

*** THIRD GEN ***
So what is different? Best (in my opinion) first:
- The even more improved charge retention rate, claiming 90% capacity after one year, and 70% after five years.
- The fact that these batteries are now suitable to work in conditions down to -20 C (-4 F). This is getting into lithium battery territory and might be interesting for use in personal weather stations, leaving a flashlight in your car in the winter, etc.
- The improved cycle duty time is welcome, but probably not of great concern to most users, given that even 1500 cycles of thrice-weekly charging will translate into a decade.

Made in Japan.

*** MEASUREMENTS **
My cells came preloaded with on average 1450 mAh, which was a bit of a suprise given that they were manufactured (and charged with solar energy) only a couple months earlier. After one cycle, they all loaded up with between 1900 and 2000 mAh though.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. Isaac on December 4, 2013
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Well, add my name to the list of people who received 2nd generation batteries instead of the 3rd generation batteries advertised!

I'm not sure who is pulling the bait and switch because the packaging lists all the specs for the 3rd generation batteries, but the batteries are HR-3UTGA instead of HR-3UTGB.

I also didn't receive the free battery holder...

I hate to give these batteries a single star because I absolutely love Sanyo Eneloops, but I'm giving a single star because this is a misrepresentation of the product. I specifically bought these over the ones that were advertised as 2nd generation because they were advertised as 3rd generation.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Giordano Paredros on July 12, 2013
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Eneloop batteries have been around for several years and have gone though come changes. The most recent change in Sanyo was acquired by Panasonic a couple years back. Since Eneloops have gaind such a good reputation, Panasonic continued the Sanyo name for this product. Eneloops have been improved over the years and earlier versions can be found and be identified relatively easily. In general the changes involve the longevity of the battery, that is to say the number of times they can cycled. The first generation was warranted to around 1000 charge/discharge cycles and can be id'd through the product number: HR3UTG; the second generation has 1500 cycles with a product id: HR3UTGA; the third generation and the current release has a 1800 cycles and a product id: HR3UTGB. AAA's are similarly designated. The product id is printed on the battery. Other than that they are still great batteries. I still see first and second generation batteries offered, new in the package. These differences ought not dissuade one, they are still good batteries. My caveat is the purchaser ought to consider buying Eneloops sealed in the pack, not loose batteries. The batteries offered here are third generation batteries and I have no hesitation recommending them.
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