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Promoted 05-05-2016 by persian_mafia at 09:50 PM View Original Post
Amazon has Panasonic Eneloop Power Pack Rechargeable Batteries w/ Charger (KJ17MCC82A) on sale for $27.84. Shipping is free with Prime or on $49 or more. Thanks pfluger

Note, usually ships within 1 to 4 weeks.

This Panasonic kit includes:
  • 4-position charger
  • 8 x AA eneloop batteries
  • 2 x AAA eneloop batteries
  • 2 x C spacers packs
  • 2 x D spacers packs

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Walmart has Panasonic Eneloop Power Pack Rechargeable Batteries w/ Charger (KJ17MCC82A) on sale for $27.84. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise free shipping on orders $50 or more. Thanks pfluger

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Edited May 5, 2016 at 09:20 PM by pfluger
Amazon.com has Panasonic KJ17MCC82A Eneloop Power Pack for 8AA, 2AAA, 2 C Spacers, 2 D Spacers, Advanced Individual Battery Charger for $27.87.

This is the lowest price ever according to 3Camel.

Make sure to select "Sold by: Amazon.com".

http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-K...ge_o00_s00
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Best way to use, and treat NiMH batteries is to purchase a good charger/analyzer to precondition, charge, and regularly run conditioning/refresh cycle on cells. By doing this, you maximize the mAh output, life, and reliability of each cell. If you don't do this, cells tend to not have maximum mAh at the start, and this gets lower over time, until mAh output is unsatisfactory. Essentially, by regularly running a refresh cycles, you're giving the cells a good workout by fully discharging, then fully recharging, for several cycles. These charger/analysers do this automatically, and report the last mAh readings. I use the Opus BT-C3400 v. 2.2 (same as model BT-C3100 v. 2.2, but is a particular vendor's model) which I highly recommend. I have a couple hundred NiMH AA/AAA eneloop, and Fujitsu NiMH rechargeable batteries (same batteries, as long as eneloops are Japanese made. Fujitsu is manufacturer, Panasonic only owns eneloop name and Japanese made ones are rebranded Fujitsu's) most of which are the standard type like these, and the rest are Pros/High Capacity for high drain devices. I precondition every cell, as soon as I remove them from packages, by running them through refresh cycles, and always get the stated, and usually higher, mAh capacity at end of refresh. I do this after running each cell through several cycles of use. I get great, highly satisfactory service from these batteries. NO complaints! I know this sounds like a lot of trouble, but it's not, it's dead easy.

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Better than the Costco deals?
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Better than the Costco deals?
I think at Costco it is usually around $24?
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Quote from pfluger View Post :
I think at Costco it is usually around $24?
I got mine at Costco for roughly $30, so this is a better deal...but only if it includes 4 AAA, not 2. Costco's has 4 AAA.
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Say shipping in 1 to 4 weeks though Frown I kinda need them now.
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Is this a good deal for stepping into Eneloops for the first time?
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I got this at Costco for $23...after a $6 coupon..
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I got this at Costco for $23...after a $6 coupon..
when did you get it
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it has better price in Costco
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Lowest price EVER? Costco has it around $20 - $24 before. Unless you need the spacers and the charger, these come to over $2.70 each.

A good price elsewhere would be about half that.
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Thanks! I was almost out of the Kirkland 48 pack that I bought years ago for $10. I figure it is the time to switch to rechargable, even though the regular batteries are so cheap.
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I stopped using the mAh isn't that impressive. Something that uses power will suck them dry quickly. Check other reviews...
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how did this make FP.
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Costco deal is much better.. This is not slick
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