Energizer Rechargeable Batteries, AA Size, 2-Count
- Provides high power per charge for power-hungry devices
- New recharge AA batteries can be charged up to 250 more times
- Batteries for household devices such as digital cameras, toys, remote controls, flashlights and portable audio players
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Energizer Recharge Batteries
Energizer Recharge batteries and Energizer battery chargers offer an impactful solution to power-demanding devices. Energizer Recharge batteries can be recharged hundreds of times saving you time and money when powering high-draining devices. Ideal for high-draining devices like cameras and gaming accessories, these batteries also deliver everyday power needs for toys.
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Size: 2 count | Style Name: AA
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Just for comparison:
- Sanyo eneloop AAA batteries are rated "800mAh typical, 750mAh minimum". Actual measured capacity (using the La Crosse BC1000 charger/analyzer) is around 830mAh.
- Tenergy Centura AAA batteries are also rated for 800mAh typical. Actual measured capacity is close to 900mAh.
An even more disturbing observation is that: Energizer has pulled this 'disappearing act' with battery capacities before.
- The old Energizer Rechargeable NiMH series (in black/green wrapper, circa 2005) was rated up to 900mAh for AAA.
- The first generation Energizer 'Recharge' AAA was called NH12-850 (silver/green wrapper, circa 2010). Its capacity was rated 850mAh.
- Sometime between 2011 and 2012, Energizer quietly replaced its 'Recharge' series with NH12-700, which has reduced capacity of 700mAh.Read more ›
Just for reference:
- Existing Energizer 'Recharge' AA cells are rated for '2300mAh', which is about 60% higher than the 'New Universal Recharge' AA cells
- Sanyo eneloop AA cells are rated for 2000mAh (actual capacity is closer to 2100mAh when measured using the La Crosse BC1000 charger/analyzer).
Lower capacity means those batteries offer shorter run time, and consequently they have to be recharged more frequently. So although it claims the same '1500 cycles' as Sanyo eneloop does, it is only equivalent to 1000 cycles at best.
Energizer is not alone in marketing of lower capacity rechargeable batteries. Rayovac started it back in 2009 with 'OPP' series of Rayovac Rechargeable NiMH Batteries which is also rated 1400mAh.Read more ›
The Energizer Rechargeable AA Batteries featured on this page is the new 'Recharge' series, with a rated capacity of 2300mAh for AA cells. I have tested a set of those new batteries, using my La Crosse BC1000 charger/analyzer. Here are my findings:
- Right out of the package, the average remaining capacity is 1684mAh, or 73% of the rate capacity.
- After the first Charge/Discharge cycle, the average capacity jumped to 2314mAh
- After three more Charge/Discharge cycles, the capacity improved slightly to 2362mAh
- After storing the batteries for 3.5 months (108 days), the remaining charge is 88% of original capacity.
The above showed that those Energizer 2300mAh cells are indeed low-self-discharge type, similar to the better known Sanyo eneloop.Read more ›
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Although the title says these AAA batteries are 2300 mAh, I received two 800 mAh sets and one 700 mAh set of the total three sets I ordered. Why such a blatant difference? Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jake
Batteries are working well after 30 recharges, will repost after the 1000's chargePublished 8 days ago by Raymond