POWEROWL AA Rechargeable Batteries, 2800mAh
Powerowl Aa Rechargeable Batteries, 1.2V 16 Pack Ni Mh Aa Rechargeable Batteries, High Capacity, Long, 2800Mah High Capacity Batteries 1.2V Nimh Low Self Discharge
What We Like
- Ideal for digital cameras, toys, remote controls, hand held games and more
- Features rechargeable batteries that can be charged over 1200 times and keep 70 power after non-use for 3 years
- Comes in a pack of 16 that makes it cost-effective
- Take too long time to charge
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 137,449 reviews for 106 products in the AA Batteries category.
We then analyzed 534 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 50% of reviews were positive and about 46% were negative.
7.40 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about POWEROWL AA Rechargeable Batteries, 2800mAh
They hold a great charge and are very easy to charge back up. I recommend these for anyone looking for a long lasting rechargeable battery, they are easy to charge and you get 16 batteries in the pack.
I ordered several batches of the PowerOwl AA 16-Pack batteries, including the one pictured, because I was happy with the appearance and quality of the batteries, and because of Amazon's free return policy.
Our family switched to rechargeable batteries a couple of years ago to go green but we are always buying more and more batteries as we purchase more electronics and devices for our kids and the house, so we decided to give this POWEROWL batteries a try.
I put three Energizer 2000mAh batteries in one lantern and three in another and turned them on at the same time because I wanted a long lasting battery for emergency lanterns.
I will elaborate on my original review, but I will decline the gift card.
How do these batteries compare to Eneloop batteries?
I have no experience with Eneloop but I can tell you that Powerowl are good batteries.
Is it okay to use 2800 mah NiMH batteries in my home patrol 2 scanner?
It's not necessary to worry about the current you need, your appliance is going to draw what it needs and it's the voltage that needs to be within the acceptable range of what the device calls for.
Where do these batteries come from?
The batteries are manufactured in China.
Is this lithium-ion?
These batteries are not lithium-ion.
Is Pansanic cc-75 charger suitable for those battaries?
If it works on Ni-MH AA batteries, I'm familiar with that charger.