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16 Pack Maha Imedion 2400 AA Low Discharge Batteries Sixteen Battery Bundle with Four Free Battery Holders

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00478VMT4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 14, 2010

Product Description

Maha Imedion AA Low Self Discharge Rechargeable batteries have an inherent characteristic to release their stored energy in small amounts. This phenomenon is called self-discharge. This property is particularly noticeable in rechargeable batteries such as nickel metal hydride as compared to dry cell batteries. For this reason, rechargeables have always needed to be charged before use. New technology has made possible the development of low discharge NiMH making that a thing of the past. This new product's main property is that it has introduced great improvements in self-discharge properties (residual ratio after one year of non use is 85%, in temperature conditions of 20 degree Celsius according to MAHA research). Through this breakthrough development, MAHA has realized a rechargeable battery that can challenge dry cell batteries in user-friendliness through features such as making possible use immediately after purchase or once charged, its ability to be used anytime.

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Customer Reviews

For all practical purposes both products are excellent.
NLee the Engineer
Being low discharge they hold a charge for quite a time even if unused.
neldog2
So far they have performed very well and last a long time.
Bill

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Ordinary 'high-capacity' NiMH cells typically advertise charge capacity of 2500-2700mAh (for AA), but they all suffer from rapid self discharge problems. That is why I switched over to low-self-discharge (also called 'Pre-Charged') rechargeable batteries more than four years ago, starting from the original SANYO eneloop. Over the years I have tested many other name-brand LSD cells such as Rayovac Hybrid and Kodak Pre-Charged, all with great results.

The only drawback of LSD cells is lower capacity. First-generation LSD cells are typically rated at 2000-2100mAh. Recently, I have seen arrival of second-generation LSD cells with higher capacity, such as these Maha Imedion 2400 AA Low Discharge Batteries. Here are my test results, using the La Crosse BC-900 battery Charger/Analyzer:

- Right out the package, the average remaining charge is 1880mAh for a set of four Imedion AA cells. This is about 78% of the rated capacity, which suggests those are low-self-discharge type (ordinary NiMH cells typically arrive exhausted)

- After just one Charge/Discharge cycle, the average capacity improved to 2455mAh, or 2% higher than rated capacity. This number remains the same in subsequence cycles.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. Garrett on December 27, 2010
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Not being one to chase the milliAmp-hour(mAh)ratings as indicative of overall performance, I have stayed with the products offered by Maha from Thomas Distributing for more than ten years although I continually check other vendors' offerings. My long term (1 year) experience with the Imedion line is that they are the best batteries for my digital cameras, flash units and remote controls in terms of available power whether after weeks of disuse or multiple recharges during high activity periods. Therfore my long term costs are less and the likelyhood of finding dead batteries when I need them now is greatly reduced.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Quil on January 10, 2012
NLee the Engineers review and caught my eye when he mentioned they were thicker. I called the manufacturer and they had the dimensions at ready and were very polite and straight forward in giving them to me. Unfortunately they would have never fit in my security camera and a few other things. If your gadget has lots of room they should be oustanding. So hats off to NLee for saving me more than a little change. Thank you. I bought a large supply of the Sanyos instead. I reckon these Maha Imedions should be labeled AA+. Not knocking them in any way and I appreciate the reps up front attitude. As I write this I reckon I still might get a pack of these for my other high drain items.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Wayne B. on April 7, 2012
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Very happy with the performance of these batteries, I've seen the capacity for some of them go as high as 2620mAh after a few cycles. Regularly out-perform alkalines in most of the devices I've used them in so far.

And as others have mentioned, the width of this battery can sometimes be an issue for, let's call them, "non-standard" battery compartments. I've used these Imedion AA's in radios, flashlights, portable speakers, etc. and they fit perfectly. But then I picked up a Coleman 3AA High-Tech LED Mini Lantern which has a plastic battery compartment basically made up of three tubes for sliding the AA batteries into. Well one of those tubes was a very tight fit with these batteries. So to fix it, I wrapped an alkaline AA battery with the thinnest sandpaper I could find, and twisted it around in the tight compartment to enlarge it a bit. No problems after that, but just be aware of the slightly extra width of this battery.

*** Update Sunday, June 10, 2012

I wanted to use these batteries in my smoke detector and I wondered, when using NiMH low self-discharge batteries, just how long would a smoke detector give you low battery warnings, until the batteries discharged completely and the warnings stopped?

I had a Kidde NightHawk combination smoke/CO2 alarm that I could test with and like a lot of newer alarms it takes AA batteries, so I tested some Imedion AA low self-discharge NiHM batteries (three). I discharged the batteries until they were down to about 25% full, put them in and then had a long wait until I heard the first low battery warning.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By qarawol on August 27, 2012
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Hello All,

I have been using Rayovac AA Hybrids for a few years now in my Sony a100 DSLR. This camera, with the aftermarket AA battery holder, takes a whopping 12 AA batteries and its flash takes 4.

I've been having problems with the camera resetting itself only after a few pictures after a full charge with the Rayovacs. I've used the camera throughout the years and have used the Rayovac charger they came with. I don't think I charged them over 100 times. Showing signs of battery failure, I knew needed new batteries. After doing a lot of homework and reading the reviews, it came down to the Sanyo Enloops or the Maha Imedion AA. Based on my knowledge and research, the Maha Imedion AA cells won my vote. These have a higher mah rating so I hope to get more pictures out of a charge.

I used the Maha C9000 charger to get them nice and prepped for my next photo-shoot. Boy was I impressed! That Sony never acted so alive! Even when I first used the Rayovac AA cells, I don't recall the camera being so happy. Shutter speed on continuous mode worked flawlessly with no lag like I remember with the other cells. The flash recharged faster and now I'm a happy camper.

I'm also into HAM radio so I'll be buying more of these great AA rechargeables to power up them toys.

I'd highly recommend these Maha Imedion AA cells as well as the Maha C9000 charger that Amazon.com also sells to charge these batteries. Besides Amazon.com has the lowest price for 16 of these AA batteries.

Njoy Life...

qarawol

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