EBL AAA Rechargeable Batteries 1100mAh
Supercell Lattice Ebl Batteries, Aaa Rechargeable Batteries 1100Mah, 1.2V Ni Mh Triple Aaa Battery
What We Like
- Features procyco technology that offers extended lifespan up to 1200 cycles
- Equipped with DBCK steel shell that can protect the battery against explosion due to overpressure
- 1.2V batteries offers strong power to devices and long-lasting usage
- Size may vary
Results of our analysis:
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100% of reviews were positive.
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What buyers say about EBL AAA Rechargeable Batteries 1100mAh
I was very pleased with the set ofAAA I bought, they were over rated by about 100mAh, but I was able to discharge them through a couple of full charge cycles on a smart charger.
I will let you know how they are holding up in a few months, but for less consuming devices like my tv remotes and Blu-ray players I don't think I need to charge them but twice a year.
I bought a set of AA batteries and they all came close to the rated capacity, the worst was 2350, most were 2400 or better.
I fell in love with these because they are cute and make them functional. I will definitely buy them again, I also like that they come in a bigger package - 10 instead of the usual 8.
The seller reached out and offered to replace the set that was faulty, and tests show the replacements perform as expected, if not better than the ones that I previously compared them to.
Is it possible to use them in an Energizer charger?
Yes. Unless the Energizer charger was specifically designed to charge only lithium batteries, and I'm not even aware of any other Ni-Mh only chargers, it should charge these Ni-Mh batteries fine.
I don't know if these come with a sticker seal to show it has not been opened.
I ordered 3 or 4 packs and none of them had a sticker on them.
Can these batteries be used to charge the phone?
They can be used anywhere that requires a AA battery.
Is it possible to use these in a vape?
Depending on your device model, but most likely no. Most vapes use 18650 batteries, which are a lithium battery that is 3.7v and slightly larger than a AA.
Is it possible for these battery to be used in a solar lamp?
If it has enough charging output, it can charge the batteries during the daylight hours.