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12 Tenergy 2600mAh AA 1.2V NiMH Rechargeable Batteries

by Tenergy

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  • Top quality Tenergy brand AA rechargeable battery
  • Can be charged up to 1000 times without loss of capacity
  • High capacity means long life between charges
  • NiMh chemistry with no memory effect
  • Perfect replacement for all high drain digital applications such as cameras, DVD players, etc
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Product Description

Top of the line AA Size rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) battery with 2600 mAh capacity.Exact replacement for standard AA size battery in all the devices. Provides ultra long use time per charge with Ni-MH technology. Designed for enhanced performance for high drain applications such as digital cameras CD players portable audio devices hand held games 2-way radios PDAs and other portable high drain digital electronics. Can be recharged for up to 1000 times providing big savings. Convenient operation without memory effect. Batteries tested based on International Electronic Commission (IEC) standard to ensure capacity quality and life time

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0035HCT3Q
  • Item model number: 58-R5NU-D2HZ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 3, 2010

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Customer Reviews

Holding their charge well.
Greg Hall
Over the long haul, more economical than buying lithium batteries.
Melanie A. Marts
Awesome way to save some coin and have the power.
R. Davis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

These are great for high drain devices in which self-discharge is not of a concern. They really shine when you are using them in high-load, high-drain applications such as certain electronic devices that the running time is measured in days or hours. The harder you push these batteries, the better you will see their performance relative to other types of batteries. For example, a high-output flashlight could see a running time that is double that of a good alkaline.

For low drain devices, these are not well-suited due to self-discharge and a chemistry that prefers high-drain. For long-term storage, these are not great. They lose their charge at a more rapid rate than many other batteries. So for something like a clock, if you use these you should expect to replace them a LOT more than an alkaline battery. The alternative is an ultra-low self-discharge NiMH like those offered by Tenergy or Eneloop (Sanyo), among others. However, that type of NiMH cell is poorly suited to high-drain devices and they will generally perform poorer than an alkaline battery in the flashlight mentioned above.

Compared to the benchmark Eneloop XX series, this Tenergy line is inferior. However, it is less than half as expensive and performance is still very good compared to something like most of the Duracell or Energizer NiMH models, which trail significantly. If you want the all-out most capable NiMH, buy the XX. If you want good value for your high-drain device, this Tenergy AA line is where it's at.

Unlike lithium ion cells, NiMH cells have some limitations which thus far has prevented the creation of a NiMH AA battery that is fit for all applications. On the positive side, they cost a lot less (you could pay $15-25 a battery for 17430 IMR lithium cells).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By WD on December 29, 2012
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I have 100 or so Tenergy rechargeable batteries of all sizes. I've been using them for a year and find that they hold their charge in storage quite well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JMarshall on December 12, 2013
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First of all, I don't leave comments unless I have something really good or really bad to say.

We have been using Tenergy batteries since 2009, when our first son was born. With the addition of more children, we buy more rechargeable batteries. Just as important as the product itself, customer service is a must.

Both the Tenergy company and the Brooklyn Battery Works were amazing. I initially called Tenergy because I had one dud battery (the first one I've ever gotten) I received in a package of 12. Being so close to Christmas, I didn't want to send all of them back. Tenergy asked me to call the selling company from Amazon first and if they wouldn't help me, Tenergy would replace my item. So I contacted Brooklyn Battery Works and they immediately responded with a replacement battery on the way. AWESOME that the customer comes first. Thank you for making my life easier by not having to send my product back to amazon and waiting for the product again, hoping it will be here before Christmas!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By The Moores on September 2, 2012
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We have been using these batteries to power our camera flashes for around 5 year and have no complaints. These have saved us hundreds of dollars over the years.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By kchercmech on September 21, 2013
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I know that rechargeables lose their charge when they sit awaiting to be used; however my lesser mah batteries hold their charge for much longer. These, I have found, must be used almost immediately after being charged. Any more than a week or so, they fail to run my remote control tanks (Dueling Tanks). All in all, good batteries, I will just look for batteries that can keep longer when stored next time.

****I must update this review (Nov 07 2013) - These batteries will not hold their charge while sitting static for more than a day. Some of them will not stay charged in my digital camera for more than an hour or so. I am not exactly happy with these and as such have reduced a star from my original review.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ezra on December 24, 2014
I remember as a kid watching Kung Fu and Grasshopper asked his Master: "Master why is there so much bad in the world?" And the Master replied "Grasshopper if there is no bad there can be no good". Well I've tried every type of rechargeable AA battery I could get my hands on for the last 5 years and they all sucked. Most would work for a month or two then not charge, they would lose their charge quickly or they just didn't last 1/4 as long as a Alkaline. There is nothing spectacular about these batteries but they are the first brand that ACTUALLY WORK. They charge all the time, they last long and I don't have to mess around with dead/discharged batteries anymore. I use them for radios, camera flashes, flashlights and the reason they are so great is that they just don't suck like everything else out there. I hgot my first set of 20 about a year ago and have had no issues and I have since ordered more.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William D.C. Potter on May 18, 2013
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I've been buying these batteries for years now, and I have no problem with them. They maintain there charge well, keep their rechargabilty for a long time, and the price is right. I use an AnsMann charger (that rocks by the way) to keep them charged.
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Without looking, I think I reviewed these before, but it may have been somewhere else...that said... I very happy with the Tenergy brand. This is one of my "good bang for the buck" opinions. I think for the price the 2600mAh Tenergy is the way to go. At 2600mAh not only do they last long, but they hold up well as well. What I mean by that is that the battery life in my camera (as one example) is very good, they seem to last longer than other brands that I have used, under relatively similar / normal use. But, and here's the big BUT, (maybe it should be an "AND") they also seem to last a long time as far as how many times they can be recharged and reused. Nothing scientific here, I didn't do any laboratory head to head comparisons, I'm just a guy with some electronics that has chosen to use "rechargeables" instead of buy batteries over and over again. So, yes, in my opinion these are a good deal. Get them. You won't be disappointed.
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