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some batteries come with charger,you can get charger at walmart,kmart,amazon etc,any brand charger will work will work with any brand batteries as long as the slots in the charger are for the size batteries you have!!!!!
By mrdebjr on January 6, 2014
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usually it will loss 30% in the first month. and 10-15% each month after that.
By Q. Zhai on October 23, 2007
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Mine were when I received them. However, I put them on a charger to "top" them off before using.
By RCW on December 12, 2014
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Should work--just make sure same size. AA or AAA.
By Cliff on January 16, 2014
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As long as you have a 'smart' NiMH charger (which this Sony BC-CS2A appears to be), you can use it to recharge any brand of NiMH cells. 'Samrt' means that the charger monitors each cell's voltage individually , and stops charging when the cell is full. A 2500mAh cell will take 20% longer time to become fully charged t… see more As long as you have a 'smart' NiMH charger (which this Sony BC-CS2A appears to be), you can use it to recharge any brand of NiMH cells. 'Samrt' means that the charger monitors each cell's voltage individually , and stops charging when the cell is full. A 2500mAh cell will take 20% longer time to become fully charged than a 2100mAh cell, that's the only difference. see less
By NLee the Engineer on February 11, 2011
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While I don't own these specific batteries, I do use other similar NiMH batteries with my X360 controller. I find that they do last a long time; I can't tell you exactly how long, since it seems to vary by game. My rough estimate is approximately 20 hours. It's definitely a cost-effective alternative to regular alka… see more While I don't own these specific batteries, I do use other similar NiMH batteries with my X360 controller. I find that they do last a long time; I can't tell you exactly how long, since it seems to vary by game. My rough estimate is approximately 20 hours. It's definitely a cost-effective alternative to regular alkalines and Microsoft's proprietary rechargeable battery pack.
Because NiMH batteries are 1.2V (rather than 1.5V for alkalines), the battery is never fully charged according to the Xbox battery meter. I usually start out with one bar gone on a fully charged cell. Just don't let that make you think they're defective.
My recommendation would be to use regular AA's on your infrequently used controller, though, since NiMH batteries leak charge faster. You will probably not get 20 hours out of them if it's spread out over 20 weeks. see less

By K. Chu on December 11, 2007
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Yes, you can charge batteries with a charger made by some other companies as long as the type of charger matches the type of the batteries. For example, if the charger is for NiMH batteries, you can only charge NiMH batteries in it.
By H. Ma on January 20, 2007
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