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Sanyo Eneloop AAA NiMH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries 4 Pack (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 4-pack of 800 mAh rechargeable AAA batteries for TV remotes, portable flashlights, and more
  • Pre-charged and ready to use right out of the pack; preserves charge for long periods of time
  • Extremely slow self-discharge rate maintains 85 percent of capacity after 1 year of storage
  • Combines best features of AAA alkaline (ready for use) and rechargeable (reusable) batteries
  • Can be charged up to 1,000 times (including partially) without experiencing memory effect
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sanyo
  • Model: SEC-HR4UTG-4BP
  • Battery Type: NiMh
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 0.5 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000IV2YLY
  • Item model number: SEC-HR4UTG-4BP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (339 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

With normal rechargeable batteries it made sense to charge them just before you wanted to use them. Otherwise, there was too much risk that the battery would not provide full power when needed due to degradation of stored power. Therefore there was a checkpoint on every vacation checklist: Charge batteries. Then the endless wait until the batteries are finally charged...even the most advanced and most expensive chargers typically take at least 15 minutes. This can be very long 15 minutes, if the taxi is waiting at the door.

Now you can forget all this. Charge the eneloop, whenever you have time for it and store them. The extremely low self-discharge of eneloop batteries saves you from all the charging stress.

When you use eneloop in your houshold equipment, spend some extra money and purchase a set of spare eneloops. Keep these spare eneloops stored in a charged state and you will always have fresh batteries at hand whenever you need them!

More Features Than Typical Ni-MH Batteries

The main advantages of Ni-MH rechargeable batteries exist also in the eneloop:

  • Approximately 4 time more shots than with alkaline batteries
  • High performance even at low temperatures (down to –5 °C) during your winter vacation
  • Rechargeable and therefore cheaper on the long run
Given these advantages, there are however also some disadvantages to typical Ni-MH batteries which made consumers reluctant to exchange their disposable batteries for rechargeables:
  • After purchase, rechargeable batteries have to be charged before they can be used.
  • Rechargeable batteries lose stored energy quickly
  • Continous/frequent charging ( without conplete discharge ) can destroy the battery
  • The charging process can take a long time and rapid chargers are expensive
All these negative attributes have one root-cause: self-discharge. Self-discharge means that a charged battery slowly discharges itself without any equipment consuming any current. This is the reason for rechargeable batteries being sold in a discharged state. And this is the reason that keeping charged batteries for some time did not make any sense--When you needed then, the energy was gone.

Immediate Use Like a Disposable Battery

Because the eneloop has a very low self-discharge, Sanyo can ship the batteries to retailers in a charged state. This means the consumer purchases a charged battery, which can be used immediately. The eneloop is therefore as user-friendly as any disposable battery.

Product Description

Sanyo Eneloop AAA Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries are perfect for TV remotes, portable flashlights and more. These batteries are pre-charged and ready to use right out of the pack. Their extremely slow self-discharge rate maintains 85 percent of their capacity after 1 year of storage. These batteries can be charged up to 1,000 times without experiencing any memory effect.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

These seem to hold a charge for a long time.
Al
After trying the other brands of rechargeable batteries, these are the best I have ever had!
Yuriy N Bovkun
We have already saved a lot of money using rechargeable batteries.
Traci Jaeger

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Sean P. Logue VINE VOICE on January 26, 2008
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I've always been interested in rechargeable batteries. Really, hasn't everybody who has ever thrown away an alkaline wondered if there isn't a better way? I mean, they look perfectly fine, even though we know in our hearts that they are dead, never to return.

Enter the NiCad, the staple of the hobbiest of the 1970s, these batteries can be recharged many times, but quickly fade out. Their destiny was to be tossed into the battery drawer, that graveyard for half-used and dead batteries that everyone had someplace in their home.

Later, the NiMH, the successor to the lowly NiCad, arrived. When that one showed up, everyone declared victory, emptied the battery drawer into the trash, and started anew. They held much more power than the NiCads of their youth, and seemed nearly perfect. They worked very well indeed in high-demand applications like digital cameras, where the flash and the screen on the backs ate up the little NiCads like they were peanuts. The problem was that in lower demand applications, like remote controls, the thing they still had in common with NiCads proved their undoing. When left alone for a month or two, in a device or not, they would lose their energy. Leaking out like the helium balloon of a child, the power escaped into the ether, leaving the owner to return to a dead remote, unable to do so much as change a channel.

Enter the Eneloop, otherwise known as the precharged NiMH. But, this battery brought something more to the table than a simple quick-charge at the factory. It has an extremely low self-discharge rate, which is fancy talk for saying that a year after you charge it, your remote will still work. Amazing.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Nuknuk TOP 100 REVIEWER on February 22, 2009
The biggest drawback for Nickel Metal Hydride batteries is the shelf life. I got gadgets and toys all around the house, so I constantly charging batteries to have them ready when I need them. There will be very little juice left if you put them in the shelf unused for a couple of months. A waste of time and energy. Hence, one of the biggest advancement in battery technology is the arrival of the new low discharge Nickel Metal Hydride batteries. This is another great step in helping the environment. I have very few left of the old batteries since I started to replace all of them with low discharge batteries. Eneloops and Duracell are 2 of the best of its kind.

Pros:
-Low discharge.
-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 "AAA's".
-Can be charged on your existing NiMh charger.
-Sleek and sexy design

Cons:
-More expensive than ordinary NiMh
-Not available at many stores
-Rated not more than 750 mAh
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By John T. Horner VINE VOICE on February 2, 2007
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My biggest problem with rechargeable batteries for the many years I have been using them is that they normally loose charge at a fairly rapid rate while sitting waiting to be used. GE/Sanyo solved this problem and the result is fantastic.

We have been using these in a Pentax digital SLR and are thrilled with the long in use lifetime and with not needing to worry if the camera sits idle for several weeks.

The only ones to buy IMO!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Andrea Lee on January 19, 2007
The life on these things is amazing :D I just got a digital camera and I've been taking tons and tons and tons of pictures and video with my camera and the battery meter hasn't gone down yet. And this is back-to-back with flash and everything. I have the AAs too and they're just simply awesome. When the batteries die, I just put them on the charger overnight and in the morning, I'm good to go. I don't mind the recharge time since I do all my charging when my stuff isn't gonna be in use.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By C. Huang on March 23, 2007
long battery life!! the long lasting battery life makes it's capacity worth a while. Unlike all other AA rechargeable, although some of them marked 2700mah, but you are actually getting less than what you are using because charges often fade out by time. For example, I have a set of Panasonic 2600mah AA, they often allow me more than 700+ of shots on my digital camera. However, if I fully charged them, and use them 2 days after I've charged, I often only getting around 500+ shots.

On the other hand, eneloop allows me constant 700+ shoots every charge. Very well done technology. Now! What if we have eneloop batteries on our electric cars? that would be awesome!!!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Gerald F. Govin Jr. on November 17, 2007
I replaced the batteries in my engineering model calculator with three AAA eneloops several weeks ago. The batteries have kept going and going compared with regular NiMH AAA's which are not suitable for long term low drain devices like this because they won't keep going and going. They disapate far too quickly. You would have to recharge them so often it would make you crazy.

I also like the idea I can keep several sets of eneloops charged up and ready for use in my camera, a high drain device, for which a regular NiMH might be useful. Problem is I don't take all my photos within a day or two and regular NiMH's disipate. Once again, I have to recharge. Not so with eneloops. For me these batteries are the greatest.

2700 mAH's (or more in the future) of energy storage capacity for the highest regular NiMH's does not trump eneloops 2100 mAH for me if most of the 2700 mAH's disipates within days of its having been charged. TV remote controls, calculators, shavers and all sorts of uses where alkalines were more appropriate eneloops (or other hybrid NiMH batteries) can now be used. Good job!
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