EBL Rechargeable AAA Batteries 16-Packs
Up To 1, 200 Times Charging & Discharging Cycle, Aaa Rechargeable Batteries, Short Circuit Protection And Reverse Polarity Protection
What We Like
- EBL AAA rechargeable batteries offers up to 1,200 times charging discharging cycle
- Overheat-detection offers short circuit protection and reverse polarity protection
- Advanced MCU control offers long-lasting performance
- Charger may be faulty
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 187,556 reviews for 380 products in the AAA Batteries category.
We then analyzed 234 reviews for this product. None were recent.
100% of reviews were positive.
9.51 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about EBL Rechargeable AAA Batteries 16-Packs
I have a 25% failure rate so far, and the charger seems to be working fine on other batteries.
I've been using these for a few months now and they're still good, they're very cheap and the charger hasn't had a problem with them, I put a set in my remote a month ago and still use them.
I was very happy to buy my AA and AAA batteries in a 10 pack from the dollar store for $0.10 a piece and at 70 cents a piece, I will be saving money and saving myself the trouble, I will definitely be purchasing more batteries in the future.
I like my rechargeable AA ebl battery charger, it has a small light for my fish tank, and it comes partly charged, so it's good for my fish tank, but I didn't charge them.
TheCharger does both AA andAAA batteries so you only need one to charge them, and so far they are working great, have enough for back up when set are charging.
The description says it comes with batteries, but the answer and question section says it's just the batteries. Which one?
If it has a trickle charge mode, you don't need to connect the charger.
How long does it take to fully charge a battery?
It has been about 8 hours for the light to turn green on the charger.
Is it possible that this charger charges in sequence or at the same time?
It will charge all at the same time but it is a very slow charger and the more batteries you charge at once, the slower it is.
What type of battery?
I have not seen any answers to this question in the reviews and I am not sure if they have Cadmium, but it's anyone's guess.
Is it possible for the charger to be mountable on a wall?
I suppose you could hang it by the slot in the middle of the charger, but there is no hanging hole.