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Panasonic Eneloop CC55 Quick Charge Kit w/ 8x AA + 4x AAA Batteries EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has Panasonic Eneloop CC55 Quick Charge Kit w/ 8x AA + 4x AAA Ni-MH Batteries on sale for $34.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Dealhunter30

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  • Panasonic Eneloop CC55 Quick Charger
  • 8x AA Panasonic Eneloop Batteries
  • 4x AAA Panasonic Eneloop Batteries
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  • This Panasonic Eneloop kit comes pre-charged and ready to use; slow self-discharge/2100 charging cycles; maintains a 70% charge up to 10 years. Charge any type of AA or AAA rechargeable batteries. Offer valid through August 22, 2019 or while supplies last.
  • This matches the previous Frontpage deal from June.

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  • Maintains a 70% Charge up to 10 Years
  • Slow Self-Discharge/2100 Charging Cycles
  • Pre-Charged and Ready-to-Use
  • Charge Any Combo of AA or AAA Batteries

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This deal is now also available from Amazon [amazon.com] as well, with free Prime shipping.

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I don't think this is a good deal. Its a bottom tier charger and I can get the batteries for $30 normal price on amazon. The charger is literally worthless to me because having features like battery test and control of the charge current is a requirement to keeping your batteries in good condition. At least this isn't one of those battery destroying "Quick Charge" chargers, it still is not one I would want to use at all. However I am an electrical engineer and probably care more than the average user. Still, maintaining a bunch of rechargeable batteries for years has taught me that some batteries will die and see severely diminished capacity over time. Everyone who plans on using rechargeables and wanting reliability with them needs to invest in a charger that can test battery capacity.

I have the following battery chargers:

Opus BT-C3100. Awesome charger that can charge anything, including 3.7 volt lithium ion of all sizes. These batteries are great for flashlights and many other things.

La Crosse Technology BC700: This one is typically recommended on SD. I bought one as my first decent charger but I really don't recommend it. The interface is very buggy (switching between batteries and adjusting charger current and cycle type is buggy). Mine also has a failure in the power adapter where I can't even touch it or the power drops out and the charge cycle resets along with the settings and the battery data like mAH of the charge cycle.
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Good price if you need the charger as well. Otherwise you are better off buying just the batteries at regular price. Works out cheaper.
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It seems that they are 4th generation as they are rated for 2100 charging cycles.
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Are these gen 2 or gen 3 batteries?
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Are these gen 2 or gen 3 batteries?
It seems that they are 4th generation as they are rated for 2100 charging cycles.
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Good price, but would be a better deal if it included more AAA and less AA's
Yeah, I've bought quite a bit after getting all these amazon firesticks.
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I really like this charger. I mainly use it for my gaming controllers.
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How does it compare to IKEA ladda white?
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How does it compare to IKEA ladda white?
Unless Ikea has changed recently, good. The key is that it should say made in Japan.
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Good price if you need the charger as well. Otherwise you are better off buying just the batteries at regular price. Works out cheaper.
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How does it compare to IKEA ladda white?
One post above yours, Jezroj posted this: https://www.slrlounge.com/panason...-the-same/
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This used to be $20 when it was Sanyo and sold at Costco.

Isn't tech supposed to get cheaper over time?
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I don't think this is a good deal. Its a bottom tier charger and I can get the batteries for $30 normal price on amazon. The charger is literally worthless to me because having features like battery test and control of the charge current is a requirement to keeping your batteries in good condition. At least this isn't one of those battery destroying "Quick Charge" chargers, it still is not one I would want to use at all. However I am an electrical engineer and probably care more than the average user. Still, maintaining a bunch of rechargeable batteries for years has taught me that some batteries will die and see severely diminished capacity over time. Everyone who plans on using rechargeables and wanting reliability with them needs to invest in a charger that can test battery capacity.

I have the following battery chargers:

Opus BT-C3100. Awesome charger that can charge anything, including 3.7 volt lithium ion of all sizes. These batteries are great for flashlights and many other things.

La Crosse Technology BC700: This one is typically recommended on SD. I bought one as my first decent charger but I really don't recommend it. The interface is very buggy (switching between batteries and adjusting charger current and cycle type is buggy). Mine also has a failure in the power adapter where I can't even touch it or the power drops out and the charge cycle resets along with the settings and the battery data like mAH of the charge cycle.
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