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24-Pack Fujitsu 2100 Cycles Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries: 12-pk AA + 12-pk AAA EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has a Combo Deal consisting of 24-Count Fujitsu 2100 Cycles Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries: Included are 12-pack AA 2000mAH + 12-Pack AAA 800mAh on sale for $32.98. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Great price for a total of 24 Batteries. These batteries have been popular with SD'ers in the past (previous deals). - brisar

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Good deal. FYI the aforementioned Ikea whites LINK [ikea.com] are a pretty good deal for $6.99 for 4 in store. They are more comparable to the High Capcaity Fujitsu blacks. HC is higher capacity (2450 mAh vs 2000 mAh) but lower advertised # of charges in lifespan (500 cycles vs 2100 cycles.) They are often sold out at my Ikea. You can check stock at that link.
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Through a series of acquisitions and government mandated sales, Fujitsu ended up owning the factory in Japan where Eneloops were originally made. So now, some Eneloops are rebadged Fujitsu batteries while others are made in another plant in China. Some people believe that the ones made in Japan are better, so by buying Fujitsu batteries you can get "true Eneloops".
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This is very true. The best thing you can do to keep your rechargeables in their best shape is to:

1) have a high quality charger-typically aftermarket and not what comes with a battery. **edit to correct-keep the cheap ones which WILL charge anything you throw in to the voltage it's set at***)
2) slow charge vs fast charge
3) never completely discharge them

I also group them by age/capacity.

I actually have some 'green' D cells I bought almost 10 years ago that still work well. I've found smaller cells (AAA) die the fastest and the large ones (D,C) stay working the longest.
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Good deal. Looking at recent FP offers for 12-packs of either you'd be looking at $35 for 12xAA + 12xAAA.
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These should stay fresh for at least 10 years even if they sit unused, right?
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Will this work on my eneloop chargers?
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Will this work on my eneloop chargers?
Yes it should.
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Nice price if you need 24.
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These should stay fresh for at least 10 years even if they sit unused, right?
I believe they drain 10-20% per year, so after 10 years you probably want to give them a charge.

I have some 10 year old eneloops. The AAA ones seem to have much shorter storage life now and shorter battery life as well, as I used them in a cordless dect 6.0 bluetooth phone.
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better than the IKEA's Ladda $6.99/4 package? I read that the IKEA Ladda batteries are actually Eneloops Pro rebranded?
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I just need the doubles, though, not the triples...
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Are they eneloop?
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better than the IKEA's Ladda $6.99/4 package? I read that the IKEA Ladda batteries are actually Eneloops Pro rebranded?
I doubt that. Rebrands are usually a Gen behind
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better than the IKEA's Ladda $6.99/4 package? I read that the IKEA Ladda batteries are actually Eneloops Pro rebranded?
They are the rebranded pros.
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They are the rebranded pros.
Are they any good?
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I believe they drain 10-20% per year, so after 10 years you probably want to give them a charge.

I have some 10 year old eneloops. The AAA ones seem to have much shorter storage life now and shorter battery life as well, as I used them in a cordless dect 6.0 bluetooth phone.
Even the best rechargable batteries die.. typical use is 1 - 5 years.. after about 3 years you would begin to notice lower capacity on a device such as a cordless phone
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