- Brand Name: Sanyo
- Model Number: 277265
- Item Package Quantity: 18
Sanyo 277265 Eneloop Power Pack with Battery Charger, 8 AA & 2 AAA Batteries Plus 4 C & 4 D Size Adapter (CostCo Kit #2)
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- Economical: 1 eneloop = 1,000 alkaline batteries
- Worry-Free: eneloop works in any device that uses AA, AAA, C or D batteries
- Convenient: eneloop batteries are pre-charged and ready to use when you are
- Long Storage Life
- Kit Contents: 1 eneloop Ni-MH battery charger, 8 AA eneloop batteries, 2 AAA eneloop batteries, 4 C size adapters, 4 D size adapters
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There are two versions of the Sanyo eneloop 4-cell charger available in the US (see my Customer Image on how to identify them). This package includes the MQN06. It forces you to charge cells in pairs (either 2 or 4), so it is very inconvenient if you have application that requires odd number of cells. Be careful not to charge a half-full cell in pair with an empty cell, because the first cell will end up over-charged, which is bad for its lifespan.
The MQN05 included in the other package is a slightly better charger, because it charges each cell individually. Unfortunately it only works with US voltage of 110V AC. So you must be careful not to use it in foreign countries with 220V AC.
If you need a compact travel charger that can do both (charges cells individually, and accepts universal voltage), I highly recommend either the KODAK 1-Hour Battery Charger K6200 or Duracell Mobile Charger CEF23DX4N.Read more ›
*UPDATE* I just tried to use the D-sized adapters in a MagLite flashlight that takes 4 D-cell batteries. I popped the AA eneloops into the D adapters... some of them clicked, others didn't quite click. I pressed firmly and did the best I could to get them to snap into place. I put them in the Mag Lite (which I know to be working), and....no power. I believe it has to do with the fact that the spiral contact at the tail end of the flashlight shaft is trying to contact a much larger circumfrenced point of contact. With the AA eneloops in the adapters, you only get the small AA termnals to try to make contact with. Well, just another reason to be careful when you make this purchase and know that you are not getting 100% genuine D-cell batteries, but rather adapters that are not 100% fool-proof. Good luck.Read more ›
-Fine quality product. Well constructed
-Conventional size and dimension. I had other batteries that I have to use a screwdriver to remove from my camera because it is fatter than other "AA's".
-Included "D" & "C" spacers are really useful.
-Regular charger included (You can also use your existing NiMh charger for these batteries)
-Sleek and sexy design
-More expensive than ordinary NiMh
-Not available at many stores
-Maxes at around 2000-2100 mAh
It's not entirely clear from the description how the C and D size adapters work. The items in the kit that look like C and D batteries are actually just cases, into which you put the AA size batteries for use. Given the high capacity of the AA batteries, they are presumably more than adequate to replace conventional C and D types.
I really can't understand why anyone is still buying other types of rechargeable battery. There's no contest!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good idea....somewhat useful, especially for kids toys taking larger batteries. Have since found a much better charger.Published 7 months ago by Peter Birchenough
Love these. Have used for several years. No problems. I use AA and AAA, have never used the C and D adapters. They hold their charge longer than any other rechargeable I've owned. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Russell S.
I've had these batteries for years now and they are still going strong. Best rechargeable batteries I have ever owned.Published 12 months ago by K. Turner
Awesome set, gave the C & D size adapters to my girlfriend for her "toys". Great battery life.Published 13 months ago by Bear
High quality, long lasting batteries that 6 years on are STILL just as powerful as when new and are used almost daily. They hold a charge for long periods and last longer. Read morePublished on December 27, 2013 by ZooMama