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Promoted 08-02-2016 by Discombobulated at 06:01 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has 2x 4-Pack Fujitsu AA 2550mAh Ni-MH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries (HR-3UTHCEX(4B) on sale for $15.98. Shipping is free. Thanks TDMVP73

Note, limit of 5 per customer. This order will include two units (8-count total).

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Rechargeable up to 500 times w/ low self-discharge and retains 85% after 1-year of storage. - Discombobulated

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Edited August 2, 2016 at 05:07 AM by jersharocks
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I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.
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Last Edited by ksnh August 2, 2016 at 08:25 AM
oos!!


Here's a good survey of rechargeable battery info, including Fujitsu v. Eneloops; "made in Japan" v. elsewhere, etc.

http://www.filterjoe.com/2016/02/...etChargers

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#4
This is ridiculous cheap for the pros. Even on ebay the cheapest ive seen 8 go for is 22 bucks.
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#5
Good deal! If only I knew whether I have any use for them. I have a big unopened box of kirkland AAs from the Groupon Costco membership promo. Is there any benefit for these over alkaline? I read that alkalines are more prone to leakage and have lost a calculator and clock that an artist friend made due to leakage, and i think just from being too old. I also lost a speedlight flash to leakage but I figured that was due to it being left in the trunk of a car for an entire winter. Anyone know whether this is true about leakage or anything else that would make NiMH better than alkaline if I already have many years supply of alkaline on hand? My only current use for AA are wall clocks and wireless mice that are over a year old and running on the original batteries.
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#6
Awesome deal, i just bought the regular capacity Fujitsu last week from newegg...can't justify these now, lol.
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Bought these last time they went on sale. Still waiting for a decent charger to pop up at a good price...
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Thanks. Bought 4 packs.
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Quote from sunfishies View Post :
Good deal! If only I knew whether I have any use for them. I have a big unopened box of kirkland AAs from the Groupon Costco membership promo. Is there any benefit for these over alkaline? I read that alkalines are more prone to leakage and have lost a calculator and clock that an artist friend made due to leakage, and i think just from being too old. I also lost a speedlight flash to leakage but I figured that was due to it being left in the trunk of a car for an entire winter. Anyone know whether this is true about leakage or anything else that would make NiMH better than alkaline if I already have many years supply of alkaline on hand? My only current use for AA are wall clocks and wireless mice that are over a year old and running on the original batteries.
I'd like to know this too. The regular batteries in my wireless keyboard got leaked and so are the ones in my flashlight.
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terrific deal. if only I had not bought 20 from eBay.
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Quote from sunfishies View Post :
Good deal! If only I knew whether I have any use for them. I have a big unopened box of kirkland AAs from the Groupon Costco membership promo. Is there any benefit for these over alkaline? I read that alkalines are more prone to leakage and have lost a calculator and clock that an artist friend made due to leakage, and i think just from being too old. I also lost a speedlight flash to leakage but I figured that was due to it being left in the trunk of a car for an entire winter. Anyone know whether this is true about leakage or anything else that would make NiMH better than alkaline if I already have many years supply of alkaline on hand? My only current use for AA are wall clocks and wireless mice that are over a year old and running on the original batteries.
I've never had a rechargeable battery leak. I never leave alkalines in anything that is going to sit for long periods without being used, because they will leak. Also, i try and check the things i have alkalines in every month or so for leakage.
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I've never had a rechargeable battery leak. I never leave alkalines in anything that is going to sit for long periods without being used, because they will leak. Also, i try and check the things i have alkalines in every month or so for leakage.
who the hell has time for that every month?????
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who the hell has time for that every month?????
i mean, pretty much the only things i have alkalines in are my tv remotes...
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good alkalines don't leak often, but the risk is still there.

This is a great deal on high capacity nimh, but I have zero use for this extra capacity.
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Quote from sunfishies View Post :
Good deal! If only I knew whether I have any use for them. I have a big unopened box of kirkland AAs from the Groupon Costco membership promo. Is there any benefit for these over alkaline? I read that alkalines are more prone to leakage and have lost a calculator and clock that an artist friend made due to leakage, and i think just from being too old. I also lost a speedlight flash to leakage but I figured that was due to it being left in the trunk of a car for an entire winter. Anyone know whether this is true about leakage or anything else that would make NiMH better than alkaline if I already have many years supply of alkaline on hand? My only current use for AA are wall clocks and wireless mice that are over a year old and running on the original batteries.
Camera, camping lights, etc- it is really nice that I can leave my camera bag sit for a year and still know that between 2 sets of batteries I'm always going to have power without charging them first
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