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Sanyo Eneloop Ni-MH Charger and 8 Rechargeable AA and 4 Rechargeable AAA Batteries

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  • Holds charge up to 3 years. Each eneloop will maintain 75% capacity after 3 years of non-use.
  • Recharge 1500x. New and Improved! Each eneloop can be recharged 1500 times.
  • Pre-charged and ready to use in your favorite devices
  • Less than 4 cents per recharge. Save money. Over thier lifetime each eneloop costs less then 4 cents per recharge. - Based on US average energy costs -
  • INCLUDES: (8) AA eneloop, (4) AAA eneloop and (1) 4 battery charger
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sanyo
  • Model: 523519
  • Item Package Quantity: 12

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 9.8 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003VLAEPQ
  • Item model number: 523519
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (369 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 13, 2010

Product Description

New, improved eneloop kit in colors eneloop - ready to use rechargeable battery. Since its launch in November 2005 eneloop has become well-known around the world as it has revolutionized the consumer-use rechargeable battery segment with its unique features: * rechargeable approximately 1,000 times * coming pre-charged, making it usable immediately after purchase * its unique design departing from the look of traditional batteries What is the difference between the "old" and the "new" improved eneloop? * An extra of 500 charging cycles - instead of being rechargeable 1000 times, the new eneloop is even rechargeable up to 1500 times. * Improved self-dischcharge. Even though the self discharge of the old eneloop was already very impressive, you can store the new eneloop for 3 years and still it will retain 75% of its capacity. * You need a battery, which is reliable even when having cold temperatures? Before eneloop was suitable for temperatures as low as -10°C - now even until -20°C. * The new eneloop is even more environment-friendly as it is pre-charged with solar energy in Japan.

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Customer Reviews

Charges fast and batteries last a good long time.
Adam
Nice to have some dependable batteries that are ready to go when you need them instead of having to charge right before using them.
Wolverine
The Eneloop batteries are the best rechargeable I have ever encountered.
JC Bordo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

512 of 520 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on July 23, 2010
This new eneloop package (Sanyo Eneloop Ni-MH Charger and 8 Rechargeable AA and 4 Rechargeable AAA Batteries) contains 12 of the 2nd-gen eneloop cells, and the MQN06 4-cell charger. Note that unlike the previous eneloop Power Pack Kit, there are no C- and D-shell adapters in this package.

The rated capacities of those new eneloop cells are the same as that of original eneloop: 2000mAh for AA, 800 for AAA. All batteries are made in Japan. The charger is made in China.

I have tested 4 new eneloop AA cells, using my La Crosse BC-900 Battery Charger:
- Right out of the package, the average remaining charge is 1557mAh (min=1551, max=1564)
- After just one charge/discharge cycle, the average capacity rises to 2100mAh (min=2070, max=2130). This is 5% higher than the rated value!

Date code embossed on the AA cells is "10-04 0Y". I assume that means April 2010. Note that just like the old eneloop, the new ones are only charged to 75-80% when leaving factory.

According to the package and also Sanyo web site, the new eneloop is supposed to offer the following advantages over the original:
- "Holds charge up to 3 years" (85% after 1 year, 80% after 2, 75% after 3)
- "Recharge 1500x" (vs. "1000x" for original)
- "Suitable for temperature as low as -20 degree C" (vs.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 2, 2010
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I bought two of this set to use in my Canon 580EX DSLR flash and Canon CP-E4 external flash power pack. The AA are blue and AAA are green, as these are the ones with 2000 cycle times with no hysteresis. I used 12 AA batteries for my flash system and the remaining cells to be used for other things like remote controls and wireless mice. I could not be more pleased. The flash recycle time is the fastest I've seen with any battery. This includes disposable alkaline lithium Energizer and Duracell AA cells. In one evening I was able to do nearly 600 flash shots without ever having to wait for the flash to recycle! I kept going, thinking "well, my flash may not fire this time since the batteries are loosing their charge." I knew the Eneloops would be better, but I didn't know it would be this much better. I wish I had gotten the Eneloops a couple of years ago. The charger does take several hours to recharge Eneloop cells and it would probably be best to get a high quality Maha PowerEx Charger like the C801D for a faster charge time. The great thing about the Eneloop batteries is that the voltage doesn't drop after several cycles of charge/discharge.

My only complaint is the packaging is so big and hard to open. Perhaps the packaging was intended for retail to prevent theft.
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Straight_Shooter on October 22, 2010
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I bought this for one reason alone: Classic style rechargeable batteries after a month or so, will discharge most of their charge! Requiring another recharging cycle, wasting your time, and increasing your power bill. It also made it impossible to have a spare fully charged and ready to go. I don't know how Sanyo did it, but I am glad they did. These are all high quality batteries, all 'Made in Japan', that look stylish [love the shades of blue] and work just as described.

A must buy for any household. I use them in wireless mouse, remotes, and my camera. You should too ~
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Craig Arno on January 4, 2011
"NLee the Engineer" did such a great job with his review of this battery product that mine will be relatively short and focus on usability...

With 3-year long "charged" (ready to use) shelf life, good capacity, and good price, why would anyone still want to use disposable batteries?

These batteries are the new backbone of my battery infrastructure philosophy:

- Standard sizes AA and AAA
I look for my battery powered products to accommodate these -standard- size batteries. If a product requires -custom- {read "hard to find" and "expensive"} batteries, I won't buy the product. Same goes for batteries/products that require custom chargers and/or cables. For instance, my MP3 player runs off one AAA, my flashlight off one AA, GPS-4AA, Noise canceling headset-2AA, emergency cell phone charger-2AA, camping lantern-4AA, Walkie-Talkies-3AAA, got the idea yet ;), etc.

- Good capacity (AA:1900mAH label rating) [NLee meaasures 2000+]

- Excellent shelf life (3 years)
Meaning batteries can be stored and used like disposable alkalines, except recharged when needed as opposed to having to spend the extra time to shop for more. This will also help reduce your personal footprint size in your local land fill while being more convenient than disposables. [I think I'm showing my bias here] ;P

- Charger has folding 110VAC plug (no cord) which is great in a briefcase or suitcase to keep from tearing the cloth interior. Also helps not to freak out TSA with a bag full of wires.

- Charger is small for easy stowing for travel.

The charger requires charging batteries two (or four) at a time and must be matched capacities (both AA or both AAA in slots 1-2 or 3-4).
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