Juice Rechargeable Alkaline Batteries, Size AAA, 4-Count Packages (Pack of 3)
- Recharge and reuse up to 100 times
- Alkaline batteries are precharged and ready to use
- No memory effect,can be recharge any time
- No trickle-down effect
- Low cost (Mercury and Cadmium free)
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Top Customer Reviews
The Juice Rechargeable Alkaline Manganese (RAM) cells are reincarnations of the Rayovac 'Renewal' rechargeable alkaline cells. Rayovac marketed the Renewal batteries and charger system about 10-15 years ago. But due to various limitations (as explained later) it turned out a big failure, and Rayovac consequentially discontinued the whole Renewal product line.
On first glance, the concept of rechargeable alkaline cell sounds great, since it combines advantages from both ordinary alkaline cell (long shelf life, 1.5V terminal voltage) and rechargeable cell (multi-use). Unfortunately, it also inherited the biggest limitation of alkaline cell: high internal resistance. This makes it very inefficient when used in high-drain appliances such as digital camera or flash light. So it is only suitable for low-drain appliances such as wireless mouse, remote control, or smoke detector.
Another serious limitation is energy density. The manufacturer claims that a new Juice AAA RAM cell has capacity of 800mAh (tested with discharge current of 50mA down to 0.8V at 22 degree C).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got the AA Juice rechargeable alkaline batteries for the reciever and transmitter of my remote control buggy.. So far they've been great!! Read morePublished on November 18, 2009 by Mick Nesevitch
Great product so far. No troubles. I have used rechargeable batteries since 1980's. I had to buy a new charger and got the all battery type charger. Read morePublished on June 25, 2009 by J. Atkins