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now 50% off w/ promo code TEACCPD50
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6817109021 (OOS)

Fujitsu AA 2000 [newegg.com] mAh 2100 Cycles Ni-MH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries 12-Pack
$11.99 AC (OOS)

4pk AA 2100 cycle [newegg.com] (OOS) or AAA 500 cycle [newegg.com] (OOS) $4.99AC AA 500 [newegg.com] (OOS) cycle $8.47 (volume discounts apply too)

FUJITSU AA / AAA Ni-MH Battery Charger Kit [newegg.com] with 8-Pack AA 1900mAh and 4-Pack AAA 750mAh Rechargeable w/C&D spacers $14.99AC (OOS)

Fujitsu Smart Cut-Off Advance Individual AA/AAA Ni-MH Battery 4-hour Quick Charger Kit [newegg.com] with 4-Pack AA 1900mAh Rechargeable Batteries $12.49AC (OOS)

Panasonic Eneloop AA 2000mAh [newegg.com] 2100 Cycle Ni-MH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries 16-Pack $19.48AC or $16.99ea for 5+

POWEREX AA 2700mAh [newegg.com] Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries 8-Pack $10.99AC (OOS)

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"If you have a good charger and just want to buy batteries, then you can't go wrong with Fujitsu, which owns the Takasaki factory that makes the best low self-discharge batteries in the world:"

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Better deal for money maybe... Should really get a good charger though. Otherwise it's like buying a nice chefs knife and sharpening it with a concrete brick.
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Eneloop or Fujitsu? Need some AAA but been waiting for Eneloops
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Anyone know if the $15 charging kit contains a "smart cut-off", "quick charging" and "individual" charger as well or just a dumb, pair, timed charger? I couldn't find it in the description.
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Anyone know if the $15 charging kit contains a "smart cut-off", "quick charging" and "individual" charger as well or just a dumb, pair, timed charger? I couldn't find it in the description.
One review said it's a timed charger
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"If you have a good charger and just want to buy batteries, then you can't go wrong with Fujitsu, which owns the Takasaki factory that makes the best low self-discharge batteries in the world:"

https://www.filterjoe.com/2016/02...#WhatToBuy
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Thank you. Dumb of me to have missed the reviews.
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$5 shipping on the Eneloop
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Anyone know if the $15 charging kit contains a "smart cut-off", "quick charging" and "individual" charger as well or just a dumb, pair, timed charger? I couldn't find it in the description.
that one charges in pairs (not smart)
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$5 shipping on the Eneloop
Yup. That made buying the Fujitsu a no brainer.
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Assuming I would find use for all of them, should I buy the $15 8AA, 4AAA, C and D adapter and dumb charger kit OR the $13 4AA, smart charger kit?

Does the charger really make a big difference?
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Assuming I would find use for all of them, should I buy the $15 8AA, 4AAA, C and D adapter and dumb charger kit OR the $13 4AA, smart charger kit?

Does the charger really make a big difference?
the smart charger kit usually sells at a $3-4 premium over 4xAA timed charger kit, so the timed kit is the better deal
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are the "white" AAAs just as good as the "black" looks like a bit more power. but if used in remotes and candles, i assume perfectly fine?

12 AAAs for $10 vs 4AAAs for $5
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Eneloop or Fujitsu? Need some AAA but been waiting for Eneloops
my favorite by far powerx ,these are some powerful long lasting batteries!!my bad do not see triple a sorry
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