Tenergy Premium Rechargeable AAA Batteries
1.2V Aaa Battery, Consistent High Power Performance, Tenergy Premium Rechargeable Aaa Batteries, High Capacity 1000Mah Nimh Aaa Batteries
What We Like
- Performs in extreme temperatures from -4F or 122F that makes it suitable for various environment
- Designed with an advanced no leak design for improved safety
- The batteries are reusable up to 1,200 times that allows long-lasting usage
- may arrive with some dead batteries
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 187,556 reviews for 380 products in the AAA Batteries category.
We analyzed a total of 32 reviews for this product. None were recent.
100% of reviews were positive.
9.22 out of 10, based on these 5 factors:
What buyers say about Tenergy Premium Rechargeable AAA Batteries
Even though only 8 of the 52 batteries I purchased since April have still taken a charge, they are still receiving a five star rating because of an error on my part, so here is the story.
I have been using these batteries in my Panasonic multi-phone system for 4 months, and they have not diminished in charge rate or hold the charge longer than previous brands.
I bought these because I feel like buying disposable batteries is bad for the environment, but most tv remotes requireAAAs, so I thought I would give them a try.
I use these in flashlight and other devices, and they last as long as a lot of name brand bunny batteries. Also, if you use batteries with the HD lable, you are saving money over the long term.
I was looking for a good rechargeable battery to use when I was out and about and found Tenergy's premium brand which offered 12AAA batteries at a great price.
What is the warranty on these?
It took me a while to find it, but it is inside a PDF file.
Can you tell me how many volts is in the battery?
I answered the previous question about 1.2 volts for the Tenergy Centura 800 mah of which I purchased, and I see that the question was for the Tenergy Premium as well.
Is it possible that they are pre charged?
When I get mine, they are charged but they lose some of the charge while sitting on a shelf waiting for someone to order them.
Is it better to charge them and pull off the charger at will or leave them on the charger all the time?
It's a good idea to remove them for safety reasons even though your charger will stop charging once it has reached 100%.
Is it possible to charge these with an Igo charger?
I don't know, but my Panasonic phone handset charging stations charge them.