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Tenergy Centura AA Low Self-Discharge LSD NiMH Rechargeable Batteries, 3 Card 12xAA

by Tenergy

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  • Very slow self discharge maintains 85% residual capacity after 1 year of storage and 70% residual capacity after 2 years of storage
  • Apr. 4 time more shots than with alkaline batteries. High performance even at low temperatures down to -10 C during your winter vacation
  • 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 saving by replacing hundreds of throw away AA batteries.
  • Can be rapidly charged with any quick charger, smart chargers, plug in charger or universal chargers
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Tenergy Centura AA Low Self-Discharge LSD NiMH Rechargeable Batteries, 3 Card 12xAA + Tenergy Centura AAA Low Self-Discharge LSD NiMH Rechargeable Batteries, 6 Cards 24xAAA + Tenergy TN160 12-Bay AA/AAA NIMH/NICD LCD Smart Battery Charger
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Tenergy
  • Model: 90253
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00415QB0S
  • Item model number: 90253
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 27, 2010

Product Description

Features and Benefits * High quality AA Size 2000mAh rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) battery, top of line. * combines all the features of the alkaline battery (Ready to Use) with the benefits of rechargeable battery * Very slow self discharge maintains 85% residual capacity after 1 year of storage and 70% residual capacity after 2 years of storage * Exact replacement for standard AA size battery in all the devices * Provides ultra long use time per charge with this super high 2000mAh capacity for AA size * Advanced Ni-MH technology means twice longer use life per charge than the ordinary rechargeables * 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 saving by replacing hundreds of throw away AA batteries. * Convenient operation without memory effect. Can be charged anytime. * Can be rapidly charged with any quick charger, smart chargers, plug in charger or universal chargers * Weight per cell 1oz * 6 months warranty * Battery tested based on International Electronic Commission (IEC) standard to ensure capacity, quality and life time Broad Application Tenergy Low Self-Discharge (LSD) Battery - the only battery you will ever need, One battery for all applications. Tenergy Low Self-Discharge (LSD) Battery is the right battery for all your applications. It replaces disposable batteries in Remote controls, Cameras Clocks and alarm-clocks Electric torches, Radios, LCD-TVs Toothbrushes Shavers Flashlights Toys, MP3-Players Electronic games Computer-keyboards und mice. # Tenergy is not associated with Sanyo Corporation. # Eneloop is trademarks of Sanyo Corporation.

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They really do hold their charge a long time.
G. Vink
I still have no desire to speak to foreign representatives who know nothing and can do nothing.
Fred T Coffman
I think these batteries are very similar to the Eneloops, but they are cheaper.
Kenneth Boyd

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lionel B. on March 26, 2012
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Fortunately, I have a La Crosse Technology Alpha Power Battery Charger, BC1000 so I am able to see the juice value in these batteries. After a couple of discharge/charge cycles I got readings of between 2100 to 2300 mAh, well above the 2000 mAh listed for these batteries. (Note that with new rechargeables you may need a couple of discharge/charge cycles before you get stable mAh readings).

So in summary (at least for the batch I got):

AA's are on average 2200 mAh which is well above the 2000 mAh listed for these batteries.

This mAh value is similar to the older and less expensive Tenergy High capacity NiMH Rechargeable battery package: 8 AA 2600 mAh + 8 AAA 1000 mAh; which are listed as 2600 mAh but average about 2000 mAh. However that is where the similarity ends. The new Tenergy Centura are still able to hold 80% of their full charge (of 2200 mAH) after a month (which if adjusted for 2000 mAH would mean they hold 90% of the the 2000 mAH). This is in marked difference compared to the older Tenergy "Blues" that fall to 80% of their charge within a week of being on the shelve. Since I general replace my batteries in about a month I am unable to test the shelve life of the Centura over a longer period but given that they are at an adjusted 90% of their full mAh at about a month, it would be a stretch to accept the manufacturer claim that they "maintains 85% residual capacity after 1 year of storage".

Overall though, I find the Tenergy Centura to be a decent rechargeable battery especially given the price. I would actually rate it a 4.5 star battery.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hugo Godoy on January 21, 2011
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this batteries are great,they are ready to use and the charge last for a long time and when they finally run out of juice,you just have to recharge them,so, so far so good
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Clifton Y. Bumgardner on December 15, 2011
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While the batteries work fine in most applications, be aware that they are slightly larger than regular batteries. This means that they do not fit in some devices.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BunnyMan on February 25, 2012
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Low discharge batteries are the way to go!
Don't just buy the highest mAhr you can find. They go flat way faster than most.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Boyd on March 10, 2013
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I've bought a total of 16 Tenergy AA batteries and have been very happy with them. I've measured the capacity of all of them using my LaCrosse BC-700 charger and the average is 2030 mAh, which is slightly above their rated capacity of 2000 mAh. The internal resistance is 0.10 ohms, which is the same as some Eneloops and AccuLoop AA batteries that I have. I also measured the voltage for over a month and the discharge rate is the same as the Eneloops and AccuLoops. I think these batteries are very similar to the Eneloops, but they are cheaper. Compared to the AccuLoops, they have a little less capacity, but they are much cheaper, so these Tenergy batteries are now my rechargeable battery of choice.
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By anun omuse on June 11, 2014
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If you buy a charger that will actually charge these to 100%. They will last nearly forever before they need charged again. Excellent value. Highly recommend these batteries.
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I have probably about 30 of these batteries and love them! It took me a bit to figure out the difference between these and the blue ones. I learned that the green ones are low self discharge so they will hold most of their charge for a year or two. The blue ones have more capacity but will drain faster if not charged. If you use the batteries a lot, go for the green. If not, go for the blue. I purchased adapters for these so you can use them in devices requiring C and D batteries as well saving me money on chargers and buying bigger more expensive batteries. The C and D batteries have way more capacity and last way longer, but the AA's work for me and save me lots of money. Highly recommended for digital cameras, toys, etc!!!
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By Mark on March 31, 2014
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So far these batteries have performed great. Had a good charge and were usable right out of the package. My charger showed 1.35 v right out of the package. Did a refresh and all batteries are over 2100 mha at 1.35 v or higher.

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