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Brightown NiMH Rechargeable AAA Battery Pack of 12

One Time Use Disposable Alkaline Batteries, 600Mah 1.2V Pre Charged Triple A Solar Battery, More Rechargeable Times, Solar And Standard Charging, Aaa Battery Pack

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What We Like

  • Ideal for solar powered garden lights, TV remotes, wireless mouses and more
  • 600mAh capacity battery offers long-lasting performance
  • Disposable alkaline batterie does less harm the environment


  • may not hold charge for long

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100% of reviews were positive.

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9.31 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about Brightown NiMH Rechargeable AAA Battery Pack of 12

    The set was a replacement for the batteries that I used in the past for the solar pathway lamps.

    I decided to try these batteries out because I could not find the exact shape of my solar lights.

    I have a charging schedule in my calendar for every 3 months...these do require maintenance as they have to always have some charge even if you aren't using them, but it definitely beats buying new batteries.

    The solar lights around my home are just as bright now as they were when I first purchased them.

    I liked that they came in a bigger package. I like to have a few spare parts around.

    Common Questions


    When it requests 400 mAh solar rechargeable outdoor lights, is it safe to use this 600?


    I use them and my lights stay on longer at night.


    Can I use a regular nimh battery recharger or does it have to be only solar?


    You can use your regular nimh battery to charge these batteries.


    Will they work for a corded phone?


    I'm not sure but I'm going to look into it, I'm sure there are batteries for phones on Amazon.


    I want to know if I can use 600 or 100 mah for a solar garden light.


    Either one works if the bolts are the same.


    I was wondering if that matters, because the 1/3aaa is left out of the description.


    I don't know, there are 900 mah batteries and they will work, the charge last longer, so more likely their 600's.

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