- Brand Name: Sanyo
- Item Package Quantity: 1
Sanyo XX Battery Powered by eneloop, 2500mAh (MIN 2400) High Capacity, 4 Pack AA Ni-MH Pre-Charged With MQRO6 quick charger
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- THE MQRO6 CHARGER comes with four pieces XX powered by eneloop batteries
- 2500 mah min 2400 mah pre-charged rechargeable batteries
- Batteries maintain 75% of charge after 1 year of non-use,take 5X more pictures !!!!
- US + EUROUPE PLUG -The plug is molded to the case for direct use into an A/C wall socket. If you take off the European plug, you will be able to use the US-plug, which is placed behind it,
- This AA battery is good for any use
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Top Customer Reviews
The SANYO eneloop XX cell is currently the highest capacity LSD (low-self-discharge, or "Pre-Charge") AA battery. Sanyo rated the capacity as "2500mAh typ., 2400mAh min.". The measured average capacity, using my La Crosse BC-900 battery charger/analyzer, is even better at 2607mAh, or 4% higher than spec.
Just for comparison, here are some of my test results for other LSD cells:
- SANYO 2nd-gen (1500-cycle) eneloop AA: Rated 2000mAh, tested ~2100mAh (5% higher).
- GP Recyko NiMH AA: Rated 2100mAh, tested ~2230mAh (6% higher).
- IMEDION AA: Rated 2400mAh, tested ~2450mAh (2% higher).
- Yuasa Enitime PLUS AA: Rated 2500mAh, tested ~2400mAh (4% LOWER)
The self-discharge rate of Sanyo XX cell is slightly higher than that of Sanyo eneloop.Read more ›
UPDATE Jan 6, 2014: I sent the defective charger to the service department of Panasonic Energy Corporation of America (the parent company of Sanyo, I suspect). Months later, I received a replacement charger. It was not the MQR06 charger that I sent them for repair, but a MQN06 charger, of which I already have two. Now, I have three of the same charger and no capability to charge an odd number of cells. That's why I originally I bought this combo. That's poor customer service. I just bought my last Sanyo/Panasonic product. If I could rate this zero stars...
Finally, after buying few boxes (super cheap) of Kodak AA batteries at local grocery store, I noticed that those batteries are not powerful and quickly drain in my SB-800 flash (even with 5th battery attachment). Added, even fresh batteries in flash dimmed the LCD backlight when the zoom head is moving inside the flash. At some point (~60-70 flashes @ 1/1), backlight doesn't even light anymore and all you hear is that fine pitched sound of flash dragging itself to give me the ready light! Granted, these maybe super cheap batteries I am using... So, I tried others and while they gave few more flashes, same thing. They die quickly. I am tossing batteries left and right into garbage. Not good for our environment.
I am not new to rechargeable batteries; used Ni-Cd, Ni-Mh and Li-Ions in the past. I was skeptical about how good these Eneloop XX batteries are. After reading a lot about them, ordered this charger which comes with four 2500mah batteries along with a pack of 8 Eneloop XX 2500mah batteries. This allows me to swap out discharged batteries and start using flash immediately while others charge. With 12 batteries altogether, I get 2 swaps and there is no problem.
I did enough research on batteries and chargers. If I was going to go this route, I wanted to be sure to get the best. I searched everywhere to find this charger (MQR06) and finally, found that good ol' Amazon had it from Adorama. I read NLee's reviews of that famous SONY charger (BCG34HRE4KN and another one I don't have model number of). NLee gives excellent info on charger currents etc., and I suggest you read those as well. I poured over this info for few hours and finally decided that I wanted Sanyo's charger instead of Sony's.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have been using Eneloop batteries for awhile now, the only thing that was truly missing was a suitable charger. Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by William J. Luong
I do not understand all these discussions about american plug. Clearly described in manual and easily accessible on device. Read morePublished on May 2, 2013 by Mikhail Freider
I never knew when the grandkids might show up and be ever so cute. Every time I grabbed the camera, the batteries were dead. Read morePublished on April 11, 2013 by Camille
these might be one of if not the best choice for ye olde schoole digital cameras/flashes that run on AA batteries. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by karro
Could someone tell me how to take out the european plug to reveal the US plug? Give it a 3 star for lack of decent instruction. Read morePublished on March 23, 2013 by Smartphone crazy
great buy but take note the charger is not black like some of the eneloop black charger I had seen. This is the white chargerPublished on January 7, 2013 by Harry (SG) Eugene
Love this quick charger~
This NC-MQRO6W quick charger is different from and better than the one sell in US market (NC-MQNO6U)