Eneloop 70-ZP2A-6D26 AAA 4th generation NiMH Pre-Charged Rechargeable 2100 Cycles Battery
Country Of Origin: Japan, Dimension:2.286 Cm L X9.906 Cm W X11.43 Cm H, Aaa 4Th Generation Nimh Pre Charged Rechargeable 2100 Cycles Battery
What We Like
- Comes in a pack of 8 that makes it cost-effective
- Features rechargeable battery that can be charged up to 2100 cycles
- Suitable for temperatures upto -20a degree C that makes it convenient to use
- may arrive with some missing batteries
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What buyers say about Eneloop 70-ZP2A-6D26 AAA 4th generation NiMH Pre-Charged Rechargeable 2100 Cycles Battery
I have purchased several packages of Eneloop batteries of various sizes and have many of them, I recommend them over EBL and Tenergy Rechargeable, and I bought over 30 dozen of these in AA andAAA over the years.
Eneloop AA and AAA batteries are the first real rechargeable batteries that you can use inLED flashlight, weather station remotes, wireless cooking temperature meters, TV remotes, and not be dead when you need them as they have a low discharge rate and thus keep their charge for up to
These batteries hold a charge longer than anything other brand on the market and have a high and very consistent power output, which is why they are best used with the high end charger on Amazon for approx $50.
I love the brand but it is expensive and I find another brand called loopacell to be more similar to the old one. I try to use the eneloop for my project but it is not working as well as the old one.
They charge fast, keep their charge for a long time, and have saved me a significant amount of money over the many years I have been using the brand.
Where are these manufactured in Japan?
The 4th generation of Japanese-made products are made in Takasai City, while China is making Eneloops which are not as good.
I have rechargable outdoor lights that require 1.2v aaa 700 mah battries will the extra 100 mah burn out the bulb or will thes be ok?
The extra battery capacity will let the lights work for a longer period of time, and I have used them in a number of flashlights with no problems.
How long does it take to fully charge the aaa batteries with the eastshine s2 charger?
If you need 4 batteries, you need to purchase 8 batteries and store them in a cool place.
Are they 1.5v?
The battery has a max capacity of 1.2volt min.750 mAh.
Is there a difference between this "4th Gen" and other generations?
They still pack the same charge abilities, the same charge time, and but the loss as the cells age is less with the newer generation.