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6-Pack of 4-Ct Tenergy Centura AA Low Self-Discharge NiMH Rechargeable Batteries EXPIRED

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Promoted 02-10-2016 by Corwin at 07:45 PM View Original Post
Battery Superstore via Amazon.com has 6-Pack of 4-Count Tenergy Centura AA Low Self-Discharge NiMH Rechargeable Batteries for $37.99 - $13 w/ promotional code R8DCZC7G = $24.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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Written by Corwin

These AA rechargeable batteries have a 4.4 out of 5 star overall rating based on 54 reviews.

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Edited February 10, 2016 at 05:42 PM by cricket702
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  • Very slow self discharge - maintains 85% residual capacity after 1 year of storage and 70% residual capacity after 2 years of storage. No need to recharge it as often if it's been in storage.
  • This is an exact replacement for standard AA battery size. Replace AA alkaline batteries for your mouse, remote controls, cameras, clocks, and anything else that takes AA batteries.
  • Designed for enhanced performance for high drain applications such as digital cameras, CD players, portable audio devices, hand held games, 2-way radios, PDAs, and other portable high drain digital electronics.
  • Can be recharged for up to 1000 times, providing big savings by replacing hundreds of throw away AA batteries. Rechargeable batteries are also better for the environment!
  • Can be rapidly charged with any quick charger, smart chargers, plug in charger or universal chargers that take NiMH batteries.
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I just bought some. Thx for the heads up OP!
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Great deal, thanks!
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#5
Not a bad price, but not outstanding. Frys puts them on sale (w/promo code) every-so-often for $4/pack (and you only have to buy 1 pack...a number of months ago, I got some @ $3 per 4-pack...but I expect that price is long gone). These are $4.16/pack (if my calc is accurate Smilie

Quality wise, they've been reviewed as good batteries (don't know if = or > than Eneloops). I have a few packs and am not disappointed. Iirc they're 2,000 mA capacity.

Cheers.....

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Apply Code = R8DCZC7G
  • Very slow self discharge - maintains 85% residual capacity after 1 year of storage and 70% residual capacity after 2 years of storage. No need to recharge it as often if it's been in storage.
  • This is an exact replacement for standard AA battery size. Replace AA alkaline batteries for your mouse, remote controls, cameras, clocks, and anything else that takes AA batteries.
  • Designed for enhanced performance for high drain applications such as digital cameras, CD players, portable audio devices, hand held games, 2-way radios, PDAs, and other portable high drain digital electronics.
  • Can be recharged for up to 1000 times, providing big savings by replacing hundreds of throw away AA batteries. Rechargeable batteries are also better for the environment!
  • Can be rapidly charged with any quick charger, smart chargers, plug in charger or universal chargers that take NiMH batteries.
Linky [amazon.com]
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#6
But considering that the Prime shipping will send them directly to your front door, the price difference is acceptable.

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Not a bad price, but not outstanding. Frys puts them on sale (w/promo code) every-so-often for $4/pack (and you only have to buy 1 pack...a number of months ago, I got some @ $3 per 4-pack...but I expect that price is long gone). These are $4.16/pack (if my calc is accurate Smilie

Quality wise, they've been reviewed as good batteries (don't know if = or > than Eneloops). I have a few packs and am not disappointed. Iirc they're 2,000 mA capacity.

Cheers.....
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No argument there Wink I don't need that many batteries at the moment, but for those who do.....and don't have a Frys nearby, definitely a good deal.

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But considering that the Prime shipping will send them directly to your front door, the price difference is acceptable.
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No argument there Wink I don't need that many batteries at the moment, but for those who do.....and don't have a Frys nearby, definitely a good deal.
Iagree Same here I am on the East Coast and we don't have any Fry's. Without evening your home and saving on transportation makes up the price or even makes it a better deal nod
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So these are like eneloops or imedions?
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Not bad, though the lowest is $3 per 4-pack at fry's in 2015, just FYI
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I have to sadly admit I have been baited by this product in the past. My experience demonstrates that I have always been incorrect in purchasing them. They do not last. Perhaps they hold a good charge at the outset, but after a period of time, they are worthless and the comparable name brand battery has not even been broken in yet.

Other products like this are LED bulbs. Some are made well and last for up to a decade. Others are pieces of junk that appear to work well at first, but die out within a couple of months. When you determine how much a defective product or poor product costs you over time, the cost is nearly infinite and so far beyond buying the quality branded products it is absurd.

It is possible that some non branded names are good like Amazon Basics, which I will try shortly, but this brand does not carry a strong charge very long and dies much sooner than the comparable name brand products.
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Quote from fymfaholes View Post :
I have to sadly admit I have been baited by this product in the past. My experience demonstrates that I have always been incorrect in purchasing them. They do not last. Perhaps they hold a good charge at the outset, but after a period of time, they are worthless and the comparable name brand battery has not even been broken in yet.

Other products like this are LED bulbs. Some are made well and last for up to a decade. Others are pieces of junk that appear to work well at first, but die out within a couple of months. When you determine how much a defective product or poor product costs you over time, the cost is nearly infinite and so far beyond buying the quality branded products it is absurd.

It is possible that some non branded names are good like Amazon Basics, which I will try shortly, but this brand does not carry a strong charge very long and dies much sooner than the comparable name brand products.
I agree Tenergy has a terrible rep from many years ago, but did you buy this same exact battery recently? It has a lot of positive reviews and it looks like they may have improved their quality significantly.
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#13
hurray thank you for the deal
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I use several brands of rechargeable batteries and I find Tenergy among the best. Energizer are junk in plain English and Duracell hold a charge well. I find w/ the Tenergy that you can run them through the charger 2-3x in a row to get the full output. HTH.
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How is the quality on these?
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