21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
great battery always ready for an emergency,
This review is from: Powerex MHRCI2 Imedion C 5000mAh 2-Pack Rechargeable Batteries (Electronics)
I purchased these a year ago. They are low-discharge batteries (slow to drain), so I didn't bother to recharge them for six months. When I did do so, they charged up super fast. In other words, they had hardly lost any charge during that time. In another four months, we lost our power, they were used with our lanterns and flashlights. They burned all night without ever going out. When I went to charge them up, they were a bit slower to charge, but they still did so very quickly (as compare to the fast draining Energizers). I am very impressed and that is hard to do, as batteries usually disappoint me.
Yes, you get TWO batteries. It is a two-pack as pictured and described, not 2 two-packs. I agree, these labels can be confusing at times. :-) Items in the Amazon grocery store can be even harder to decipher.
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Initial post: Nov 21, 2011 11:04:21 PM PST
K. Driscoll says:
Thank you for an actually helpful review. It's good to see a rechargeable C Cell that has more capacity than the AA rechargeables.
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 23, 2012 10:53:44 AM PST
Breck Breckenridge says:
These are D cells aren't they? not Cs.
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 27, 2012 7:40:44 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 27, 2012 7:42:27 PM PDT
Troy M. Adkins says:
Do you have any idea if the cells are actually matched? After trying to save $, I lost $ due to an extremely crappy set of Tenergy Nicad C cells, and have been put off by the high price of the Imedions. I have since decided not to buy Tenergy batteries again. The Tenergy Nicad cells were so mismatched that actual capacity was missing so the pack charger that equalizes a battery set didn't help. On the CD boombox, one was actually at zero volts when the CD player stopped.
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