EBL AA Rechargeable Batteries 2800mAh New Retail Package, Pack of 4
Low Self Discharge Batteries, Rechargeable Batteries 2800Mah New Retail Package, Ni Mh High Quality Cell, Super Capacity 2800Mah Aa Rechargeable Batteries
What We Like
- Comes with 2800mAh of power that offers a long lasting battery life
- Features ultra slim design that makes more inner space available
- Equipped with DBCK steel shell that can protect the battery against explosion due to overpressure
- may take long time to charge
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 137,449 reviews for 106 products in the AA Batteries category.
We analyzed a total of 136 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 81% of reviews were positive and about 14% were negative.
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What buyers say about EBL AA Rechargeable Batteries 2800mAh New Retail Package, Pack of 4
I needed to buy more batteries for Panasonic Enerloops, and they had a lot of good reviews, so I decided to buy them from Amazon.
If you like to have a second set of batteries charged and waiting for your use when you need them, then you should know that these batteries stay charged when not being used just as much.
They are as good as any other battery I've seen. Each set of batteries have gone through about 10 cycles so I still need to see how long they will last but so far so good.
The product is great and should be noted to those who aren't tech- savvy. If you have time to change batteries, you have time to rotate them from the charger.
My next problem is that the batteries are too large and hard to get out of, especially if you use them with your flashes, which is why they don't slide in and out of devices.
Do I need to get a charger from ebl or can I use a any nimh battery charger?
There are any nimh charger that you can use.
My battery is as big as my thumb, but I don't know if it's 1500 mAh.
I don't know what you're using it for, but I recommend using 2800 mah.
How many times can the batteries be charged?
I would really like an answer to how many times these battery's can be used and charged, does anyone know?
Are they 18650 or 14500?
I'm guessing their 14500 is the size of AA Alkaline cells, because Amazon posted these after I searched for them.
Can they be used in my light? I don't have a recharger, so I don't know if they charge in the light.
I don't know what kind of batteries your light is supposed to have, but it's always recommended to use the manufacturer's charger to charge them.