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Sanyo Eneloop 8 Pack AA NiMH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries-Newest version-FREE BATTERY HOLDER- Rechargeable 1500 times

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  • eneloop 8 pack AA 2000 mAh {MIN 1900}Pre-Charged and Ready to use
  • pre-charged by solar energy
  • Rechargeable up to 1500 times
  • 75% capacity after 3 years of storage
  • NEWEST VERSION JUST RELEASED * FREE BATTERY HOLDER FOR 4 BATTERIES
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  • Brand Name: Sanyo
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

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  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0036QOP0G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,855 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2010

Product Description

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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Cant beat em!
Scott A. Marchiny
Again, in real life most people will never notice the difference.
NLee the Engineer
Eneloop are the only rechargable batteries that we buy.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By HMMWV TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 20, 2010
Recently my lab was asked again to compare "LONG STORAGE" nimh against "normal" nimh and "HIGH CAPACITY" nimh cells showing dropoff in storage and use.

Did you know there are 3 versions of JUST the eneloop AA cell (forget the AAAs for now - they're great cells but also being revamped!)

A]Eneloop "lite" - 1000 mah rated to deliver 900 mah - for low draw devices - remote controls, wireless mice, etc
These are a low pricepoint entry level eneloop cell - all the features, half the charge though, but for wireless stuff its well suited and cheap.
B]ENELOOP (original) - 2000 mah rated to deliver 1900 mah - long discharge curve and all the strongpoints of "LONG STORAGE" cells - chances are you own these if you bought eneloop
C]prototyped in 2009 "eneloop PLUS" (this one - but you can't be sure) - the product number now ends in A - alpha (eg 3uA on the side of the cell)

While the original (B) promised 1000 cycles till dead, the "plus" is promising 1500 till dead which is what we are looking at, as well as the discharge curve as it hits 1000 cycles

So this cell differs by:

+1500 cycles to dead cell status instead of 1000 on the original 1995 product
+a bit better storage retention than the original ENELOOP 1995 product entry
+a bit higher cell voltage
(this is not rumor but rather an official 2010 release from sanyo)

All good things, but at a premium priecepoint, hence the entry - mid - premium. No hard numbers are being said (e.g. its still 2000 to deliver 1900 mah at 1.0 v cutoff)

So right now in AA size we have sets of 20 cells of the lite, normal, and plus in lab fixtures that drain, rest, charge c/3. rest, increment counter, and repeat.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By 16 Feet on December 1, 2010
We have switched almost entirely to these rechargeable batteries, and standardized on AA or AAA devices as much as possible. We put them in everything, clocks, remotes, WII controllers, smart thermostats, flashlights, etc. We have a special place where discharged batteries are placed and a storage surplus of a few fully charged batteries ready to be used. We have about 40 of these batteries and about 36 are always in use. They last as long or longer than alkaline batteries in most electronic devices and a little shorter life in flashlights or devices with a motor, but for the price... well we just laugh when we see people buying batteries at the grocery store.

Transitioning to these valuable batteries has been tricky with six kids but we explained to them that these special batteries can be used more than 500 times, therefore, each battery is worth about $500, so take good care of them and always save them to be recharged.

A couple of rules.

1. The kids 16 and under don't get batteries for themselves. They ask Mom or Dad for replacements with the discharge ones in hand.
2. We don't generally put them in toys for small children. Too easy to lose the toy, or have it left in the weather and ruined. We still buy regular batteries for these devices.
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I have done extensive testing on the original eneloop rechargeable batteries since early 2007, shortly after they were introduced in the US. I have also tested the blue second-generation eneloop cells from the Costco eneloop package back in 2010. But this is the first time I have seen second-gen eneloop in white wrappings being sold in the US. With so much talk about counterfeit eneloop going around, I was understandably cautious when I purchased those Sanyo Eneloop 8 Pack AA NiMH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries, which are advertised to be the second-generation "1500 cycles" version.

I tested four of those cells, using my old La Crosse BC-900 Battery Charger.
- Right out of the package, their average remaining charge is 1568mAh, or nearly 80% of the rated capacity of 2000mAh. The spread is also very small, from 1558 to 1577mAh. This proves that they are indeed low-self-discharge type. (Date code on my cells says "11-01", or Jan 2011)
- After one recharge/discharge cycle, their average capacity improved to 2115mAh
- After two more recharge/discharge cycles, their average capacity leveled off at 2133mAh, or more than 6% higher than the rated capacity.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Donald Carlson on August 8, 2010
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I use nothing but Eneloop AA rechargeables in my electronic devices. I am hard on batteries because I mostly use them in trail cameras that are left in the woods for great lengths of time.
I do this year around and they have to with stand all of Mother Natures elements from oppressive heat, high humidity, and living in Michigan, extreme and bitter cold at times in winter.
Eneloops have proven to out perform any other battery, holding a charge far longer than I should have reason to expect.
Eneloops for me, even at twice the price !!!!
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