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Energizer Rechargeable 9 volt Battery, (NH22NBP)
- Provides high power per charge for power-hungry devices
- New recharge 9V battery can be charged 100 times
- Batteries for special uses such as remote controls cars and two-way radios.
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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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Top Customer Reviews
The problem with some of these reviews is the reviewer has placed them on the wrong product. First off, this battery is rated at 175 mAh, not 150. And it actually DOES put out 185 mAh. So there is plenty of power. And the voltage it puts out is 8.4, which is plenty for most 9 volt uses.
The real problem is Energizer uses the same product number, 9V1, for more than one 9 volt battery. There IS a 9 volt battery labelled 9V1 that only has 150 mAh and that is the one some reviewers are reporting on. That battery is a real piece of junk and is NOT the same battery as this 9V1 battery. When you buy the battery, look for the package that says Energizer with RECHARGE underneath. That is how you tell the difference.
You can "quick charge" them in one of the Energizer quick charge style chargers, but you'll get best results charging them in the trickle charger for about twelve to fifteen hours. The batteries stay charged much longer this way.
Purchasing these packs of rechargeables on Amazon was much cheaper than buying them at retail. They were about a buck cheaper and with Free super saver shipping and no gas money involved in driving to the store, it was a no brainer.
I might add, that their competitor Duracell does not make a 9 volt rechargeable battery at this time. In fact my research showed that they only manufacture the AA, and AAA models. The good thing is, that Duracell usually has $1.50 off coupons in the local paper, so this might be an option for you if you only need the small batteries.
There is one minor gotcha for guitar preamps: the Energizer 9V1 is slightly smaller than the average alkaline 9v, e.g., Duracell, and thus more prone to vibration and rattling when you're playing. A bit of card stock placed at the end of the battery cage tightens it right up, so no biggie.
Great battery: high power, long lasting and reasonably priced. I plan to buy a bunch more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great and is perfect for the few times that I need a 9v battery. I don't have to go out and buy one every time I need to use a stud finder or network tester. Great to have.Published 24 days ago by Mike
This rechargeable 9 V battery works great for my smoke detector and my carbon monoxide detector. Still strong 20 months later.Published 1 month ago by nicole m vaughn