Energizer Rechargeable AA Batteries, NiMH, 2000 mAh
4 Count (Recharge Universal) - Packaging may Vary, 2000 Mah, Up To 1000 Times, Pre Charged
What We Like
- Each battery can be charged up to 1000 times for long-lasting usage
- The batteries come pre-charged for ready to go usage
- Allows to enjoy up to 5.5 hours of toy activity or 8 hours on handheld gaming device
- Takes too long to charge
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What buyers say about Energizer Rechargeable AA Batteries, NiMH, 2000 mAh
I don't have the equipment to test batteries for themselves, so I'm only able to use them for a while, and see how they hold up.
I ordered these because I was trying to accumulate enough batteries so that we wouldn't buy disposables, and I was pleasantly surprised to see that they actually store more energy than the other Energizers that I picked up at the store a while ago.
I have many electronics in my house that need batteries constantly and single use batteries are very expensive and waste so I bought this over Duracell and Amazon basics because it's cheaper with just as much capacity.
The batteries arrived on time and I plugged them in to my radio and they worked great. I only use the radio for 15 to 45 minutes per day so there isn't a big demand on the batteries.
I was happy to find a larger pack, as I needed about 30 AA batteries in total, and I could only find a pack of 4.
Will they charge with solar lights?
It is always advisable to charge the battery with the Energizer chargers to avoid any concern with the utility of the product. For any further information you can reach out to us at [email protected] or can call us at 800-383-732
Which brand is the best?
I've used Energizer for my controller and they are better than the other ones. I have used Amazon essentials brand for remote control candles and the charge doesn't last very long.
Are these made in the United States?
They are not made in Japan.
Is it 1.5v?
They work in things like remote controls and automatic lights, but mine charges to 1.28v, so they're not included in the 1.2 V rating.
Does anyone use these in their blinkxt cameras?
I use them in my Canon camera and always have an extra set with me.