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Energizer Power Plus NiMH AA Rechargeable Batteries, 4-count (2300 mAh, Pre-Charged)

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  • Provides high power per charge for power-hungry devices.
  • Is ready when you are in devices you don't use as often, like flashlights and remote controls.
  • Provides more power by being able to be charged up to 150 more times.
  • Great for use in digital cameras, wireless gaming accessories, GPS equipment, and portable audio players.
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Size:4 Count

Energizer Rechargeable batteries are great for use in your household devices, such as digital cameras, toys, remote controls, flashlights, and portable audio players. The Energizer Rechargeable AA battery continues to last 4x longer in digital cameras, hold its charge up to six full months, and now can be charged up to 150 more times


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Size: 4 Count
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 4.5 x 5 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00000J47L
  • UPC: 039800016362 080050322413 039800080103
  • Item model number: NH15BP4
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (595 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #365 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

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Size: 4 Count
[Important Note on July 30, 2012]
My original review was about the Energizer '2500mAh' batteries back in 2006. Energizer introduced the new '2300mAh' series in 2010. I have now updated my review to reflect my opinion on the new series.

I had very bad experiences with the previous generation of Energizer 2500mAh rechargeable NiMH batteries, circa 2005. They suffer from rapid self-discharge problem (that is, can't hold a charge for more than a few days even while not in use), and have very limited lifespan (capacity deteriorated badly after just a few dozen cycles). Energizer's initial response was to change the existing series' capacity rating to '2450mAh', as if mere name change is going to solve anything. Around mid-2010, Energizer finally started to introduce a new series to address this problem. The series is named 'Recharge' and it claims to "Hold charge up to one year".

The Energizer New Recharge Batteries featured on this page is the new 'Recharge' series, with a rated capacity of 2300mAh for AA cells. I have tested a set of those new batteries, using my La Crosse BC1000 charger/analyzer. Here are my findings:

- Right out of the package, the average remaining capacity is 1684mAh, or 73% of the rate capacity.
- After the first Charge/Discharge cycle, the average capacity jumped to 2314mAh
- After three more Charge/Discharge cycles, the capacity improved slightly to 2362mAh
- After storing the batteries on the shelf for 3.5 months (108 days), the remaining charge is 88% of original capacity.
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116 of 124 people found the following review helpful By WayneM on October 9, 2006
Size: 4 Count
I've been using NIMH batteries from SANYO, NEXCELL, POWEREX and AccuPower for over 6 years. Use them for everything from high current drain digital cameras and high-end digital audio recorders to CD players, bathroom scales and flashlights.

I rely on two of the excellent MAHA MH-C401FSB smart 2-rate chargers. These charge and monitor each battery independently, not in pairs. Energizer 2500 mAH units were fine for about three months. Then I noticed that devices would be calling for new batteries with little to no use. This has never happened with other AAs NIMH, including those with less than half the advertised capacity. The MAHA charger also started reporting that some of the Energizer AAs were not taking a charge at all.

Kept finding that typically one out of four were the problem. Many of the 32 AA Energizers I bought have had problems. Repeatedly have had one battery run out of charge while others still test very strong. Felt pen dots put on discharged batteries showed it was the same batteries time and time again. Have reverted in some cases to 1600 mAH SANYO OEM batteries put in service in Feb 2001 and those provide longer and more reliable performance!

In my considerable experience with these 2500 mAH AA Energizers they have been a very big disappointment and, regardless of warranty, cannot be relied upon.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Alex Gerardo Renner Meier on September 4, 2006
Size: 4 Count
I bought 12 of these batteries a few weeks ago.

When tested, their real maximum capacity varies between 1100 and 2100mAh, which is very poor, and obviously well under their stated capacity.

I recommend you to get the Sony 2500mAh (which are relabeled Sanyos, probably the best rechargeable battery manufacturer), they all test >2300mAh and cost $5.99, cheaper than these mediocre Energizer units.
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85 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Vlad G VINE VOICE on February 24, 2006
Size: 4 Count Verified Purchase
I used to buy excellent Maha rechargable batteries, but finally Energizer attracted my attention. Great price, great capacity. After about 20 recharges batteries are strong and do not show any signs of problems.
I use them in old, power hungry and very demanding Olympus E-10 camera. It is known to draw up to one amper of current and to declare batteries empty as far as their voltage goes slightly below 1.2 volts. Considering number of pictures I can take comparing to Maha 2100 MAh batteries, I can say Energizer is very strong performer and 2500MAh is not just a number.

Some users complained about very bad performance for Energizer.
There could be couple things to consider:
- make sure you have decent charger: many high capacity NiMh batteries can be destroyed easily with cheap (<$20) charger - overheat and overcharge are usual suspects
- some devices expect 1.5 volts, not 1.2 that all NiMh normally deliver; in general freshly charged good set of NiMh has voltage around 1.4 volts - but it goes down very fast to 1.2 v and stays there until batteries are nearly empty. Most modern cameras have "cut off" voltage set to 1.1 v

Update on Feb 7, 2007
I should mention that 4 out of my 12 Energizer batteries suddenly stopped to work. Surprisingly these are four spares I have not used much. I suspect that these batteries may develop a problem if left uncharged for prolonged period of time. For now I have bought Sanyo slow discharge Eneloop batteries (available at Amazon) as a replacement.
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156 of 188 people found the following review helpful By Sean Kelly on March 16, 2000
Size: 4 Count Verified Purchase
I bought a bunch of Energizer's AA ACCU NiMH rechargeable batteries to power a halogen bicycle light and LEGO Mindstorms robots. Their performance has exceeded my expectations.
The bicycle light seems as bright as it ever was with alkaline batteries, affording good visibility during night time cycling. And stopping play---er, experimentation---with the LEGO robots for recharging has yet to be a problem.
However, I do have to issue this warning: these batteries are slightly fatter than standard AA batteries. I tried using them in a Mini Mag Light. After I got one battery in the light's barrel, I realized---too late---that I'd never get the batteries back out. I ended up destroying the Mini Mag Light in order to retrieve the batteries.
If your application is cramped for space, beware! If they do fit, expect good energy for a good long time.
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