Duracell Rechargeables AAA Batteries, 2 Count
- Rechargeable design can be charged up to 400 times to save resources
- Long-life Ion Core holds longer charge for extended use
- Duralock Power Preserve holds a charge for up to a year when stored
- Preserves Power in High Drain Devices.
- Recharge up to 300X.
- You can get 100s of uses out of each Duracell Rechargeable battery.
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Rechargeable Product Overview
Get hundreds of uses out of each Rechargeable battery. These reusable NiMH batteries are a smart choice for high-drain devices and offer long-lasting power to help you replace batteries less often.
Rechargeable batteries are available in both AA and AAA sizes. They are ideal for high-drain or frequently used devices, such as video-game controllers and flashlights.Duracell Rechargeable batteries are available in both AA and AAA sizes. Use them over and over again in high-drain devices and devices you use most often.
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Top Customer Reviews
To recall, here is the color scheme for Duracell AA/AAA batteries:
- Duracell alkaline cell has the famous 'copper top' and a black bottom
- Traditional Duracell Rechargeable NiMH (DC2400) cell is green and black in color
- Newer Duracell Pre Charged NiMH cell has a 'copper top' and a green/black bottom
The latest batch of rechargeable AA/AAA NiMH cells from Duracell all have the 'copper top' and green/black bottom, similar to that for 'Pre Charged' version. However, those cells don't say 'Pre Charged' on them. Instead, they have their capacity printed (2650mAh for Duracell DC1500 AA, 1000mAh for Duracell DC2400B4N AAA). It is important to know that: those are NOT the low-self-discharge type like Sanyo Eneloop. They are traditional NiMH cells, which have higher capacity but suffer from rapid self-discharge problem. So even though their prices may look attractive, those are no bargains.
Remember: "If it doesn't say 'Pre Charged', put it back!Read more ›
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.
In the past I've bought a fair share of Energizers, Enloop, Enloop XXX, and some Chinese (no name brand - from ebay) AAA batteries. I'd compare them as such :
*The china ones usually were less then 600mah, didn't last past a hundred recharges, or leaked after a year or so. Do not recommend, even if they only cost a dime per battery, not worth it.
*Energizers charged to 700-800mah, lasted about 5-8 years, I'd estimate around 1000 charges. Energizers are generally more expensive per battery then these.
*Enloops only charge to 750mah, I only have a couple of these. They tend to cost a bit more then these.
*Enloops XXX charge to 950mah, comparable to these in terms of how long they run my headlamp. However they cost easily 2-3x as much per battery.
So far these are the best AAA battery I've found, not only for the dollar, but for the charge they can hold, and how well/long they run my headlamp. Only time will tell if they last 1000+ charges (which would be a good minimum). But when these finally start to go, I'll definitely purchase more of these.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No mAhr rating was given, but multiple pictures indicate that what was being sold was 1000mAhr yet delivered was 850mAhr. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Old Surfer Dude
I bought 2 pairs of the batteries, charge for overnight and it does not stand for few minute, now when I try to return this, the period for return is over, such a waste, I want... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer