Sanyo 2,700 mAh AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries-4-Pack (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 4-pack of 2,700 mAh AA NiMH rechargeable batteries for long-term use
- Batteries last up to 4 times longer than standard AA disposable alkalines
- Can be recharged up to 1,000 times without suffering from memory effect
- Ideal for digital cameras, portable DVD players, and other high-drain devices
- Superior materials built to maintain more capacity than other NiMH batteries
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Do away with disposable batteries and keep your portable electronics running for years with this four pack of GE/Sanyo AA rechargeable NiMH batteries. Built for long-lasting use, the 2,700 mAh batteries last up to four times longer than standard alkaline batteries, making them ideal for digital cameras, audio devices, and other high- drain electronics. More significantly, when they run out of power, you don't have to throw them away and clutter up the landfill. Simply put them in a charger and recharge them either fully or partially, depending on your needs. All told, these batteries can be recharged up to 1,000 times without experiencing a memory effect.
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Then one day my cordless phones needed new batteries. I immediately bought these Sanyo 2700's due their previously proven performance. I don't know if this is a bad batch or what, but these suck. Sometimes my camera won't even turn on after a fresh charge. I have recycled them endlessly in my MH-C204F charger. On last attempt I recycled them 4 consecutive times and put them away in a drawer. One week later they were dead - and that's under no load whatsoever. I think I will try some eneloops next. These are trash.
I used a high quality charger (the Lacrosse) so it is not like I overcharged / fried these - some people who ding batteries are more at fault than the battery due to using inferior and / or cheap chargers.
To contrast these batteries - Sanyo Eneloop batteries bought at the before these are still going strong, and have had 2 to 3 times the charge cycles these had.
These would not be my first choice if you want a rechargeable with a long life.
These batteries are great. We have used them over a month now. They last through several uses
and recharge quickly. Highly recommend them!
These batteries botched a number of jobs I got them for - which is to power flash. Unreliable, discharge way too quickly both under load or without.
Honestly, don't waste either time or money. Never had any issues with Eneloop, which are just a bit less powerful, but have no problems whatsoever and work as they should.
I have no vested interest in either brand, just my experience. I was really shocked to see how bad those batteries were. All of them are now in the garbage here.