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AmazonBasics AA Rechargeable Batteries (16-Pack) - Packaging May Vary

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AA 16 Pack
  • Features sixteen-pack 2,000 mAh rechargeable AA batteries for digital cameras, remotes, and more
  • Pre-charged and prepared to use out of the pack
  • Extremely gradual self-discharge maintains 80% of capacity
  • Brings together very best capabilities of AA alkaline (ready to use) and rechargeable (reusable) batteries
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

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Technical Details

Style: Batteries | Size: AA 16 Pack
  • Brand Name: AmazonBasics
  • Model Number: AA/HR6
  • Battery Description: Nickel Metal Hydride
  • Battery Type: NiMh
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

Style: Batteries | Size: AA 16 Pack

Low self discharge battery, Minimum capacity 1900 mAh, Protection for Overcharge, Can meet HSF requirement.

Product Information

Style:Batteries  |  Size:AA 16 Pack
Product Dimensions 9.1 x 2 x 0.6 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer AmazonBasics
ASIN B007B9NV8Q
Item model number AA/HR6
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4.4 out of 5 stars 2,671 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Batteries, Chargers & Accessories > Household Batteries > AAA
#8 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Batteries, Chargers & Accessories > Household Batteries > AA
#11 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Camera & Photo Accessories > Batteries & Chargers > Batteries > Camera Batteries
Date first available at Amazon.com October 31, 2012

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By Y. R. Wu TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 28, 2012
Style Name: BatteriesSize: AAA 12 Pack Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
UPDATE: April 2016 and they are still going strong, no issues with them yet. I just put some on the BC-900 to see what their capacity is at now, they came in at 645, 675, 710 and 807 mAh

If you know what precharged or low self discharge batteries are, you can skip down a few paragraphs.

Brief history of rechargable batteries: In the beginning there was NiCad and all was good, but people found that the cells of Nicad had memory and that was bad. So then there were the cells of NiMH which could store more power than Nicad and had no memory, and that was good.

But these cells of NiMH also lost charge (self-discharge) fairly quickly, so that in a few months they were dead, and this was almost worse than memory. Alas, the men were angry and the women lamenting "Why have the electrons of NiMH abandoned us?

Then the prophet Sanyo came and said "I have made a NiMH cell that has a very low self discharge and I will give it a name like no other. I will call it ENELOOP"

And all the people said "Huh?" for the name was like no other. But soon the land was filled with celebration as they found that these batteries would hold their charge for months, even as long as a year!

Then competition came to the world with others calling this "Pre-Charged." and "Low Self Dischage" and Amazon too came to bring a cell which was made in the form of the the cell ENELOOP.

So, are these as good? Like any good Alpha-Geek, I have a Lacrosse BC-900 La Crosse Technology Alpha Power Battery Charger, BC1000 and I tested 4 of the AmazonBasics back to back with 4 of the Eneloop I very recently purchased.
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Style Name: BatteriesSize: AA 16 Pack Verified Purchase
I run the "battery center" at my work (approximately 60 employees). We primarily use AA rechargeable batteries to power keyboards and mice. I have about 200 rechargeable batteries in rotation currently. Between Duracell, Lenmar, Eneloop and the Amazon Basics, the Eneloop have by far been my favorite. I only bought the Amazon Basics because the price was remarkable and figured I'd give them a shot. I use the La Crosse Technology BC-700 Alpha Power Charger. The eneloop batteries stay charged for 4-6 weeks on average and always fully charge to around 2.2-2.4ah. The Duracell are a strong second place. They fully recharge to values higher than the eneloop, but seem to drain faster.

The Amazon Basics have been very inconsistent since buying them. I've bought three of the 16 packs so far. The first pack was "precharged" but 4 were returned to me, drained, after only 4 days. One of those 4 was simply dead. The charger couldn't even recognize there was a battery in the the chamber. Eight more of them were returned to my desk after 2 weeks. One of those 8 only recharged to half spec. The last 4 were returned after 4 weeks and two of those four only recharged to half spec.

When recharging them, I always fully discharge before recharging. The eneloop rarely, if ever, have any issues. The first box of 16 Amazon Basics have just been inconsistent. I'm hesitant to open the other two packs I bought. I might return them and just suck it up and buy the more expensive eneloop. At the pace we are dependent upon and cycle through batteries, it's worth it to have the reliability of the eneloop. Having to go through and discharge and recharge the Amazon Basics two or three times to get them back to operating specs is simply too time consuming. I am giving them a 2-star rating based on the fact that the price is still good even with only 12 working batteries and that they serve as a good backup plan while I'm recharging the eneloop.
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Style Name: BatteriesSize: AA 16 Pack Verified Purchase
I purchased these batteries to use in my Wingscapes Timelapsecam 8.0 camera, which tells me the battery charge when it starts up. When fully charged, my Rayovac rechargeable batteries, which I purchased a year ago and want to replace show as 90% charged when put in the camera. When fully charged, these brand new, never used Amazon rechargeable batteries show as 60% charged when put in the camera. They do not last as long either. I have used these for about a week now and am getting consistently poor performance from these batteries. I'm not saying they don't work, but if year-old batteries from another brand are outperforming these brand new batteries, there is a problem.
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Style Name: BatteriesSize: AA 16 Pack Verified Purchase
I just got these batteries during CyberMonday.

As much as I was hoping these would be decent, I'm sorry to say these batteries are junk.
In my 16-pack, some charged fine. Others wouldn't charge and would start getting really hot if I left them in the charger for just a brief period of time. The consistency of these batteries is a big concern for me, so I am sending them back.

The biggest difference between these batteries (black labeled) versus the Amazon white labeled batteries (that I previously bought) is these black labeled batteries are made in China, while as the white labeled batteries are made in Japan.

The white labeled batteries I previously bought worked/charged flawlessly for awhile now. Many believe they are just relabeled Sanyo Eneloop batteries. In my experience, the performance of Amazon's white labeled batteries are identical to Sanyo Eneloops..

These black labeled batteries are not. Sanyo Eneloops are not made there.

I will be replacing them with the white labeled batteries or eneloops.

See picture for differences
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