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Promoted 07-21-2016 by SubZero5 at 08:15 AM View Original Post
Amazon has 12-Pack Panasonic Eneloop AAA Ni-MH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries (BK-4MCCA12SA) on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks Scott586 

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Edited July 21, 2016 at 07:04 AM by Scott586
Panasonic BK-4MCCA12BA Eneloop AAA 2100 Cycle Ni-MH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries, 12 Pack for $20. ($1.67/ea)

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These were a "Popular Deal" on here last week @ $22, so if you missed out on that one, here's your chance to save a couple bucks more.

I don't use AAA size that much but for the odd remote (and those Panasonic cordless phones that have room for and should have used AA's... but I digress), so this 12-pack should hold me over for awhile.

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seriously. it doesn't exist in the USA.

enough with the fear mongering.


and your link is broken.
fyu 6
Make sure you guys check the package to ensure you're getting Japanese Eneloops.. The Chinese made version is not as good..

It should say on the packaging.. where it's made..,

Comparison in link below.

http://www.ultrasmartcharger.com/...esting.png
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good price. latest generation of eneloop ...... very good deal
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Good deal. A few months ago I got a bunch of these for those cordless Panasonic phones as the originals finally wore out. We use them in a few of the kids toys as well.

Wish we could see a deal on AA Eneloops. Could use a few more there too.
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I had some of these when they were still Sanyo. Great batteries. I used them in a Canon External Flash. 580ex II if I remember correctly. Always worked great.
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This must be AAA rechargeable battery day
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Make sure you guys check the package to ensure you're getting Japanese Eneloops.. The Chinese made version is not as good..

It should say on the packaging.. where it's made..,

Comparison in link below.

http://www.ultrasmartcharger.com/...esting.png
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In for a set... down to one pair of AAA's.
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Quote from xtp View Post :
Make sure you guys check the package to ensure you're getting Japanese Eneloops.. The Chinese made version is not as good..

It should say on the packaging.. where it's made..,

Comparison in link below.

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/...ng-Results
seriously. it doesn't exist in the USA.

enough with the fear mongering.


and your link is broken.
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Quote from fyu View Post :
seriously. it doesn't exist in the USA.

enough with the fear mongering.


and your link is broken.
I changed the link to the test result graph, should work now..

There's a tremendous difference in performance and chemical stability.

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I changed the link to the test result graph, should work now..

There's a tremendous difference in performance and chemical stability.
We were discussing this in the previous Fujitsu thread. I don't think it's possible to get Chinese Eneloops from Amazon or Newegg (however the pic for the newegg ones show the 5 year, not 10 year labeling so there is that, may matter to some people). My stance is that I only deal with Fujitsu now, unless I see some unbelievable deal, which this isn't. We went into the forum results in the other thread and the performances were not on par. However, I did point out that those tests were not exactly recent so things may have changed. Moot point since these are Japanese manufactured. Still a decent price if you need that many AAA's and want to stick with the Eneloop branding.
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Wish we could see a deal on AA Eneloops. Could use a few more there too.
+1 on AA in case anyone from amzn or NE is reading. I'd like to see some of the new fujitsu AA on a decent deal. The last deal was weak.
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Quote from xninjagrrl View Post :
We were discussing this in the previous Fujitsu thread. I don't think it's possible to get Chinese Eneloops from Amazon or Newegg (however the pic for the newegg ones show the 5 year, not 10 year labeling so there is that, may matter to some people). My stance is that I only deal with Fujitsu now, unless I see some unbelievable deal, which this isn't. We went into the forum results in the other thread and the performances were not on par. However, I did point out that those tests were not exactly recent so things may have changed. Moot point since these are Japanese manufactured. Still a decent price if you need that many AAA's and want to stick with the Eneloop branding.
How do you know they're japanese manufacturered without the label, the picture on amazon isn't complete.. the model number is the same between international iterations.
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just a heads up I bought a pair of AA interloop on amazon market place 3 weeks ago from a chinese seller and it was a complete scam. $29 for a 16-pack. Getting money refunded now but was a big pain in the ass. No more china for me.... I expect it on eBay but never thought there woudl be seller issues like this on Amazon.
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Good deal. A few months ago I got a bunch of these for those cordless Panasonic phones as the originals finally wore out. We use them in a few of the kids toys as well.

Wish we could see a deal on AA Eneloops. Could use a few more there too.
If you often have your cordless phones on a charger base (even approaching as little as once a month), then for most people we're better off using the cheaper and higher mAh non-LSD batteries for that application.
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