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Eneloop XX AA batteries 2500 mAh NiMH x4

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  • manufacturer Sanyo
  • technology Ni-MH
  • model Mignon (AA)
  • voltage 1.2 V

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Eneloop XX AA batteries 2500 mAh NiMH x4 + La Crosse Technology BC-700 Alpha Power Battery Charger + eneloop AAA 1800 cycle, Ni-MH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries, 8 Pack
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Technical Details

  • Model: 43512

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 0.6 x 2 inches ; 1.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004DW7S06
  • Item model number: 43512
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 7, 2011

Product Description

New. XX powered by eneloop. The rechargeable battery for devices with medium-to-high power consumption.

You have already been interested in low-self-discharge batteries but so far you were not satisfied with the little capacity? SANYO takes the opinion of its customers very seriously and therefore is releasing XX powered by eneloop.

With its typical capacity of 2500 mAh this rechargeable battery suits devices with a high power consumption such as digital cameras particularly well. XX powered by eneloop also offers you the advantages of a disposable battery and is coming pre-charged in stores. This way the batteries are ready to use right after being purchased. Because of the low self-discharge the batteries retain up to 75% of their capacity even after one year of storage. The economy and environment friendliness are ensured by having 500 cycles.

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Customer Reviews

Saves a ton of money in no time at all.
Darren P. Jones
Unlike my older rechargables these hold their charge a very long time.
eroz
I'd recommend Eneloop XX batteries to anyone for any use.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

116 of 118 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on May 31, 2011
I'm an early adopter of LSD (low-self-discharge) batteries, starting from the original Sanyo eneloop back in beginning of 2007. With dozens of rechargeable AA/AAA cells in use throughout the house, it would be a nightmare to keep ordinary (rapid-self-discharge) type batteries charged at all time. The only drawback of using LSD/Pre-Charged cells is that they have lower rated capacity compared to ordinary NiMH cells. Pre-charged cells are generally rated 2000-2100mAh for AA, whereas ordinary NiMH cell are typically rated 2500-2700mAh. Note that some lesser-known brands even claim up to '3000mAh', but I have found those numbers to be highly exaggerated.

I have tested a set of those newest SANYO eneloop XX cells, because they claim to be both pre-charged and have a much higher capacity of '2500mAh'. Date code on those cells say '10-08', which means August 2010. Here are my findings using the La Crosse BC-900 battery charger/analyzer:

- Right out of the package, the average remaining charge was 1004mAh, or just 40% of the rated capacity. The spread is very tight (990-1019mAh), which means they are indeed LSD type. Note that just like the original eneloop, those XX cells were not fully charged when they left factory,

- After just one Charge/Discharge cycle, the average capacity jumped to 2602mAh! Next cycle improved this number slightly to 2607mAH. Again the spread is very small (2570-2650mAh), indicating a good quality control.
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94 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Sound Addict Boy on May 10, 2011
The good:

1) 2500 mAh. An increase of 500 mAh from the original Sanyo Eneloop.
2) Made in Japan.
3) Pre-charged & ready to use.
4) Rechargeable 500X (X = times / cycles). That's good enough for me.

The not so good:

1) Expensive. At current selling price of USD20 @ B&H, NYC, it's currently more than twice the price of the original Sanyo Eneloop.
2) Black color looks good but I still prefer the plain white color as it allows me to mark / label these batteries, in pairs, with a permanent black marker.
3) As of this writing, the Sanyo Eneloop XX is only available in AA battery.

Background:

For over 4yrs now, I've been using the 'made in Japan', Low Self Discharge (LSD) AA & AAA rechargeable batteries from Sanyo called Eneloop & Eneloop 1500. I use them with all the remote controls & electronic devices / gadgets that I have. I have over a dozen pairs of the Sanyo Eneloop batteries & I like to keep them organized. I have them all marked / labeled in pairs so that I don't mix the batteries when I'm charging them. The plain white color of the Sanyo Eneloop is a plus point here.

For remote controls, the Eneloops are perfect. A single charge c'd stay for more than a year. No complaints. It's when I use the Eneloops with the Canon PowerShot A590IS Canon PowerShot A590IS 8MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom that I wish that these batteries had a lil' more juice in them. I c'd barely touch an average of 200 shots with a single charge. That's when I gave the Sanyo Eneloop XX a try & I'm impressed with it.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Kurt on April 22, 2011
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When these arrived I discharged them on a Maha MH-C9000 battery analyzer to determine their shipped capacity. Discharging at 500mA the results showed 954mAh each. So, they arrived less then half charged. That is fine for my uses, just don't expect full capacity without putting them on a charger first. After a break-in cycle on the C9000 they are right at 2500mAh +/- 1% capacity. European packaging. FYI
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Darren P. Jones on June 9, 2011
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I will try to make this simple. My background and use extends to furniture stores, weddings, portrait shoots, etc.

Pros
On par with lithiums, tested many times and very happy.
The recharge rate holds up a lot better than other rechargeable when the batteries get low on juice 20-40% range. Tested many times next to the Eneloop 2100 MAH batteries.
Saves a ton of money in no time at all. These pay for themselves after 3 charges.

Cons
No charger / combo pack. Have to buy your own charger, or already own one that works with Eneloops (don't use quick chargers as recommended by the manufacture because it will kill your batteries faster.)
Literally 240% more expensive than the standard Eneloops. I do not see this price justified at all. I need the faster recycle times so yes, I will pay more, but for those thinking they will get a massive performance increase, it's not true.
Does not take as many recharges as the other Eneloop batteries.

There are more cons, but that is mainly due to accessibility, initial pricing, and lack of combo packs.

Tested on Canon 430 ex, 580 ex, sb-600, sb-800.

Do not buy these if you do not need FAST recycle time like I do as a wedding photographer. The standard Eneloops are way more than what you need. Once these go down in price I will replace all of my other Eneloops in my flashes, but until then I will be fine having 1 set for the times when I need 1 flash and need it fast.
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