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Sanyo 2,700 mAh AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries-4-Pack (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 4-pack of 2,700 mAh AA NiMH rechargeable batteries for long-term use
  • Batteries last up to 4 times longer than standard AA disposable alkalines
  • Can be recharged up to 1,000 times without suffering from memory effect
  • Ideal for digital cameras, portable DVD players, and other high-drain devices
  • Superior materials built to maintain more capacity than other NiMH batteries
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sanyo
  • Model: GES-NH2700-4BP
  • Battery Type: NiMh
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 0.5 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000IV413S
  • Item model number: GES-NH2700-4BP
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 4, 2006

Product Description

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Do away with disposable batteries and keep your portable electronics running for years with this four pack of GE/Sanyo AA rechargeable NiMH batteries. Built for long-lasting use, the 2,700 mAh batteries last up to four times longer than standard alkaline batteries, making them ideal for digital cameras, audio devices, and other high- drain electronics. More significantly, when they run out of power, you don't have to throw them away and clutter up the landfill. Simply put them in a charger and recharge them either fully or partially, depending on your needs. All told, these batteries can be recharged up to 1,000 times without experiencing a memory effect.

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Customer Reviews

Last long retain charge well when not in use.
D. Kachel
First off, this review is based on my experience and not scientific tests.
Video Editor
These are by far the best rechargeable NiMH batteries I have.
earthling

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

113 of 122 people found the following review helpful By A. Wilson on February 20, 2008
These are quality batteries w/ 2x's more power and [Longer RUNNING time] than most lower capacity NIMH batteries, including the "ready to use"/ Low self-discharge (LSD) types!

Never thought I would care about writing battery reviews, but the High capacity rechargeables are getting a bad rap from some reviewers b/c they have to be charged (before) use, in order to get back their capacity, after being left (un-used) for more than ~ 3-4wks. Their stored power when [NOT in USE / device turned OFF] is lost faster than batts that keep hold of theirs longer = the LSD types like Imedion 2100 mAh -or- Eneloop 2000 mAh.
-BUT these high capacity batts (2700- 2900 mAh) have an intended purpose, which is a reason the top companies make Both types in the 1st place.

[In Storage]
Yes, the LSDs are useful b/c they have a [Longer STORAGE time] (before needing to be recharged) than the high capacity types. Thus the LSDs are "ready to use" and good for seldom used devices & intermittent usage. However, this doesn't negate the effectiveness of 2700-2900 mAH made by quality brands.
[In Operation]
Not all users (all the time) need a rechargeable for good shelf-life... Some need it for High power & LONG run time for "shorter" segments = 1- 20 days (i.e., photo shoot, day-hike/bike/caving, day at the beach with ur RC (radio-controlled) toys, holiday lighting, etc, etc. And a quality brand (2700-2900 mAh) will do the job.

The decision is [WHEN] do you pick a :(High Capacity/ high self-discharge) -or- (Low Capacity/ Low Self- discharge)...Not picking the universal "better" one. The "best" would be a High capacity & LSD & Rechargeable all in one!- but that's not available yet.
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63 of 66 people found the following review helpful By R. Anderson on April 25, 2008
These cells state a 2700mah capacity. But since cell capacities are frequently overstated for competitive reasons, one should always measure the effective capacity in your application. In my application, I expect a 400ma constant current drain. So I charged 4 cells and then discharged them at 400ma and recorded the capacities. They were quite uniform, which alone speaks to the quality of the cells, and had an average capacity of 2450mah. Yes, that's less than the 2700mah rating, but that rating is usually a 10 hour discharge rating. That is, at 270ma constant drain, the cells will take 10 hours to reach terminal voltage. So 2450mah at a 6 hour discharge rate tells me that Sanyo is justified in claiming 2700mah capacity. And there are lots of cells out there for which this is not true (like SunPak).
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Edward Ellks on September 12, 2008
First off - you need a good charger to get the most out of these batteries. Check out the BC-900 charger or the Maha chargers that have a display and can refresh or break-in a set of batteries.

After reading the other reviews of this battery and having used Sanyo's awesome Eneloop battery, I had to give these a try in my external flash.

Since I shoot weddings, I need something that helps speed up my flash recycle time and can last all day. These batteries fit that bill, and then some.

When I first got them and put them in the BC-900 charger (if you don't have one, get one - it's great.) That charger has a refresh mode that they recommend for new NiMH batteries to break them in. The first pass showed somewhere around 1500-1700mAh, so I was obviously a little concerned. I have two of those chargers and two sets of these batteries so I set one full set to 1000/500 cycle and the other set to 700/350 (BC-900 owners will know what this means.) After letting them run all afternoon and overnight, the 1000/500 set came out between 2610-2720mAh. The 700/350 set is hitting a high of 2760mAh but the whole set hasn't finished yet so it may go even higher.

Some brands increased the size of the battery slightly to be able to jam more capacity into the battery. Sanyo appears to adhere to the original AA size so getting them stuck shouldn't be an issue.

As of right now, Sanyo is definitely the king of the rechargeable battery hill. If you need a battery that can hold a charge for a long period of time, check out the Sanyo Eneloop battery.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Daniel L Edelen TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 25, 2007
Verified Purchase
I recently purchased a digital camera with an excellent reputation, save for its long recycling times for its built-in flash. Most of the reviews I'd read of that camera said it took about five seconds to recycle the flash.

Hoping to do better, I purchased these GE/Sanyo nickel-metal hydride batteries. My own tests show these superior batteries take only two to three seconds to power the flash on my camera. That's nearly fifty percent better performance than from other batteries. Even non-rechargeable, high-end alkalines can't beat that performance.

Best of all, the price for these is better than other name brands of NiMH AA batteries.

Better than expected performance and a great price--that adds up to five stars.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Cichowski on April 5, 2007
I've used a number of types of rechargeable batteries from various companies in the past. I bought these batteries to power my Olympus FL50 flash for my DSLR camera. Other rechargeable AA batteries only last for 150-200 flashes, with a slower and slower recycle time in between flashes. These Sanyo batteries lasted me over 1500 shots on one charge, with less than a second of recycle time in between flashes; that is simply amazing.

I highly recommend these batteries to anyone who has a power intensive device that requires a quick recycle time.
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