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TDMVP73 24,357 102,075 July 22, 2016 at 02:20 AM in Batteries (5) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 07-22-2016 by Discombobulated at 06:38 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has 2-Count of 4-Pack Fujitsu AA 2000mAh Rechargeable Batteries on sale for $13.98. Shipping is free. Thanks TDMVP73

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Each pack includes 4x AA 2000mAh; rechargeable up to 2,100 times with low self discharge - Discombobulated

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Edited July 22, 2016 at 05:05 AM by wuzzy
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#3
Been waiting on some AA's. Think I'm finally stocked up on rechargeables now.
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http://slickdeals.net/f/8931579-25-off-batteries-chargers-36-pack-of-fujitsu-aaa-premium-alkalines-for-9-74-or-less-4-pack-fujitsu-2-000-mah-aa-ni-mh-rechargeable-batteries-for-7-99-more-newegg-com?v=1

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You will never see prices like that again on Fujitsus most likely. Newegg is the first US company to sell retail blister packs and they ran some insane, below cost pricing in order to promote Fujitsu cells as an Eneloop alternative and move aging inventory. Prices from now on will be similar to Eneloop at $2 to $2.50 per cell on sale.
Better deal than last week.
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Last edited by jumblies July 22, 2016 at 07:26 AM
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if you can trust the guys at eBay, go for the pro black version. they run solid and you'd want to beg those batteries to die just d so you can recharge them.

if you love recharging batteries, you shouldn't buy Fujitsu.

that said, price if awesome but I can't seem to go back from black.
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#6
$7.99 * 2 > $13.98... This is a better deal if you need 2 packs.
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#7
how do these compare to the infamous Eneloop? I have a lot of baby toys needed batteries...running out of my Eneloops and Tenergy AAs
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someone please recommend a great charger? A lot of people like the D4 but it doesn't have the tester and discharge features? thanks
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#9
Isn't it the same one for9.99 yesterday?
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Quote from 08CivicSi View Post :
how do these compare to the infamous Eneloop? I have a lot of baby toys needed batteries...running out of my Eneloops and Tenergy AAs
I decided to get the Bestbuy 48 count for $6 since for toys kids usually leave them after a while and I forget about the rechargeable batteries in them.

And for whom is asking,
yesterday's deal was for AAA not AA
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someone please recommend a great charger? A lot of people like the D4 but it doesn't have the tester and discharge features? thanks
Lii 500. 24 bucks at gearbest. Also does li-ion and has more features than xtar vc4 or nitecore d2/d4. If you want to spend more theres the lacrosse and opus models to choose from. And of course the Maha C9000. If you want to go crazy with it the skyrc mc3000 but the bluetooth/app has problems and the pc software only seems to work on win 7 32 bit. Lii 500 seems like the best deal for the price.
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Quote from Anas_mg View Post :
I decided to get the Bestbuy 48 count for $6 since for toys kids usually leave them after a while and I forget about the rechargeable batteries in them.

And for whom is asking,
yesterday's deal was for AAA not AA
A lot of my kid's stuff uses D batteries, so i have adapters to use the AAs in them, so the rechargeables work well...for now
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Copy from candlepowerforum: Actually, there's a very good reason to buy the Fujitsu brand batteries, unless you live in Japan or the EU. Pretty soon, Panasonic eneloops likely aren't going to be real eneloops.

The above Fujitsu's are made by FDK Twicell, the company and plant in Japan that made the underlying technology and cells that went into Sanyo eneloops. When Panasonic bought Sanyo, it had to spin the battery plant, technology, workers and patents off into FDK. Panasonic now only owns a *brand name* called "eneloop", and they can sell whatever batteries they want under that name. Currently, Panasonic still buys cells from FDK and sells them as eneloops, and they're required by contract to continue to do so for batteries destined to be sold in Japan and in the EU, but in other parts of the world they are free to use whatever physical cells they want.

In east Asia, Australia, and a number of other areas, eneloops are showing up labeled as "made in China", both on the package and on the cells. These cells contain none of the Sanyo/FDK technology. They are inferior generic LSD technology/cells produced in Chinese factories. Some believe them to be just re-badged Panasonic Evolta cells. It's likely it won't be long before these cells start showing up in the US.

And besides, I don't understand people who buy batteries for what they look like. Performance is all that counts. Once you put them inside a remote or flashlight or whatever, you're never going to see them, so what does it matter what they look like???
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#14
This is great. I remember getting the same for $15 after $5 rebate and that was a front page that only lasted few hours. They work well just like the eneloops.
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Quote from newporttiger View Post :
if you can trust the guys at eBay, go for the pro black version. they run solid and you'd want to beg those batteries to die just d so you can recharge them.

if you love recharging batteries, you shouldn't buy Fujitsu.

that said, price if awesome but I can't seem to go back from black.
Any seller you'd recommend in particular?
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