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More Power For Your Money,
This review is from: Duracell Rechargeable AAA Batteries, 4 Count (Pack of 2) (Packaging May Vary) (Health and Beauty)
I have had these AAA batteries for a couple of years. I use them for my mp3 player, my Sony sports radio, and my Mighty Bright clip-on light.
These give me about as much power as the regular Duracell Coppertop AAA alkaline batteries.
Although not mentioned in the product description, the capacity of these batteries is 1000 mAH. Duracell also makes these Pre-Charged 1000 mAH AAA Rechargeable Batteries (1000 mAH is the highest capapcity of AAA rechargeable batteries that Duracell makes as of this writing).
- Battery Life
I'm very satisfied with the battery life of these batteries. I frequently use my Might Bright light to read. These Duracell batteries give me 15-20 hours of light before my the light grows noticeably dimmer. After that, I can still squeeze some juice out of them to get a few more hours of usable light. And on my antiquated Cowon iAUDIO 4 player, I get about 10 hours from a single Duracell AAA Rechargeable battery!
I have both an Energizer and a Duracell battery charger. These batteries perform spectacularly no matter which charger I use to charge them.
- Pre-Charged Alternative
Whenever you're in a pinch and need some batteries (say you're out vacationing), instead of buying alkaline batteries, I'd also really recommend that you try these Pre-Charged Duracell Batteries. They're ready to go right out of the package, and after they have been depleted, you can pop them in your charger to charge them right up and reuse them again.
These Duracell AAA Rechargeable Batteries last a long time in my medium-drain devices. I'm more than satisfied with the performance on these Duracell Rechargeable Batteries.
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Initial post: Mar 19, 2010 6:21:54 AM PDT
C. Wagner says:
The reviewer is right about pre-charged batteries as an alternative. Another reason to go with Pre Charged/Hybrid batteries over regular rechargeables is this: They don't lose much of their charge even after 1 year and are not temperature sensitive. Regular NimH rechargeables (these) lose a huge amount of charge daily and will need recharging after just 20 to 30 days. Forget about the slight amperage advantage (these are 1000mAh vs hybrids' 800mAh) because after a few weeks post-charge that advantage is entirely gone!
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 16, 2014 9:21:06 AM PST
can i use these batteries for solar brick paver?
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