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Good deal. Note that if you add anything else to your cart, it doesn't get free shipping.
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Dang, thought this was for AAs till I saw the mAh. Just curious, what are you'll who are buying rechargeable AAA using them for?
I used to buy rechargeable AAAs but so very few devices that I use with any regularity use AAAs; typically, these devices are so low in consumption and get regular AAAs so cheaply that I just ended up switching.
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Dang, thought this was for AAs till I saw the mAh. Just curious, what are you'll who are buying rechargeable AAA using them for?
I used to buy rechargeable AAAs but so very few devices that I use with any regularity use AAAs; typically, these devices are so low in consumption and get regular AAAs so cheaply that I just ended up switching.
Remotes, walkie-talkies and flashlights
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Dang, thought this was for AAs till I saw the mAh. Just curious, what are you'll who are buying rechargeable AAA using them for?
I used to buy rechargeable AAAs but so very few devices that I use with any regularity use AAAs; typically, these devices are so low in consumption and get regular AAAs so cheaply that I just ended up switching.
Should work for my Panasonic cordless phone handsets.
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I'm sure these Fujitsus are great but I really like EBL's AAAs. They're higher capacity (1100mAh) and they claim they're good for 1200 cycles. Good reviews and considerably cheaper than the Fujitsus, and they've been working great for me.

https://www.amazon.com/EBL-Rechar...B00DNPT1A4

​They come in neat little reusable 4-pack cases (that also fit AAs) and they're colored white, which helps my wife and kid remember not to throw them away.
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I'm sure these Fujitsus are great but I really like EBL's AAAs. They're higher capacity (1100mAh) and they claim they're good for 1200 cycles. Good reviews and considerably cheaper than the Fujitsus, and they've been working great for me.

https://www.amazon.com/EBL-Rechar...B00DNPT1A4

​They come in neat little reusable 4-pack cases (that also fit AAs) and they're colored white, which helps my wife and kid remember not to throw them away.
Thanks for that link, it seems they have a "newer" version out but that one is only 800mAh. Anyone have more info on these.
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I've been using the white Fujitsu 850mAh AAA, they're great but even at full-charge, always show up as half or 3/4 charge in various devices (remote-starter, Wiimote, wireless-flash, ...). These black ones, somehow show up at full on those same devices, and seem to last much longer than the white ones.
Since I don't know if I'll ever use up to 500 cycles (recharge maybe at most twice a week), I've been slowly switching to these black ones. Grabbing a set for my brother, too, his kids are getting a bunch of new toys that use AAA.
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Any Fujitsu CR123?
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Thanks, I order some!
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I'm sure these Fujitsus are great but I really like EBL's AAAs. They're higher capacity (1100mAh) and they claim they're good for 1200 cycles. Good reviews and considerably cheaper than the Fujitsus, and they've been working great for me.

https://www.amazon.com/EBL-Rechar...B00DNPT1A4

​They come in neat little reusable 4-pack cases (that also fit AAs) and they're colored white, which helps my wife and kid remember not to throw them away.
The EBL batteries do not look to be LSD batteries. Without labeling low self discharge, I expect they will lose charge over a short period of time
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The EBL batteries do not look to be LSD batteries. Without labeling low self discharge, I expect they will lose charge over a short period of time
They are LSD. Zoom in around the orange part.
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Dang, thought this was for AAs till I saw the mAh. Just curious, what are you'll who are buying rechargeable AAA using them for?
I used to buy rechargeable AAAs but so very few devices that I use with any regularity use AAAs; typically, these devices are so low in consumption and get regular AAAs so cheaply that I just ended up switching.
I mainly use them for flashlights and some kids toys (although, those usually take AA or C). Flashlights are a big one though. I do a lot of work around my house and on the cars. Headlamps usually only get full brightness for about 30-45min. Alkalines last longer but full brightness is still only around 45 min. Rechargeables make more financial sense and are better to use in this regard as there is no real waste by swapping them out. I actually have a few lights and put freshly charged batteries in each and then swap lights as needed while working on a project. Headlamps are superior to work lights in case you are wondering. I have plug in and rechargeable work lights but once I found some decent headlamps I've basically stopped using them.
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The EBL batteries do not look to be LSD batteries. Without labeling low self discharge, I expect they will lose charge over a short period of time
Swipe the pictures and the next one from the landing says LSD.
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