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4-Count TENAVOLTS Rechargeable AA Lithium Batteries w/ Charger

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Nanfu Direct via Amazon has 4-Count TENAVOLTS Rechargeable AA Lithium Batteries w/ Charger for $11.89 when you 'clip' the 30% off coupon on the product page and apply promotion code VSYQQCX8 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks CitySlickerCD
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Nanfu Direct via Amazon [amazon.com] has 4-Count TENAVOLTS Rechargeable AA Lithium Batteries w/ Charger on sale for $11.89 when you apply promo code 36NXH29W-> new code VSYQQCX8 and clip 30% coupon at checkout.

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Last Edited by HonestStew611 September 14, 2019 at 12:30 PM
I purchased one set yesterday, then today 9/12/2019 purchased another set with code 36NXH29W even though slickdeals says the deal is off. But the total was $12.94 and not 11.98.

It seems you can use the code one time a day. Today the price for me was back to $11.98

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Stupid question

Lower voltage means they are better ?

Also do you recommend these for a godox flash for my Sony aii ?

GODOX TT350S 2.4G HSS 1 / 8000s... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NAR9...b_ap_share
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These works well in my kids' speaking toy bear [amazon.com], it boost the volume substantially than eneloop.
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The price is back to $35 for me.
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Code didn't work
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Just worked for me
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Worked for me, thanks OP, good deal
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Worked.
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Fakespot Review Grade: D.

In theory though, these should work well in remotes.
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oh one of them deals...

eneloop or NO DEAL
You are mistaken. These are lithium ion batteries with constant 1.5v.

I use these in my Sony camera, which used to give me 15-20 shots with Duracell alkekine and eneloop pro rechargeable NiMh batteries. However, these give me More than 70.

What an improvement.
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Worth it. worth it. worth it. They've already paid for themselves with my Blink camera. They last a few months easily.
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Seems like despite the reviews probably being fake, real world use is actually pretty good? I'll give it a shot for the price.

Questions: can you mix rechargable with non rechargable batteries? Like if my kids bubble maker takes 6 AAs can I use these 4 and 2 reg AAs?

Also, can the charger charge other brands of rechargeable batteries?
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Stupid question

Lower voltage means they are better ?

Also do you recommend these for a godox flash for my Sony aii ?

GODOX TT350S 2.4G HSS 1 / 8000s... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NAR9...b_ap_share [amazon.com]
Lithium nominal chemistry is 3.7 V. These batteries basically have a voltage regulation circuit to discharge providing 1.5 V, which is what non rechargeable alkaline AA are supposed to provide. NiMH are typically 1.2 and some devices can't handle the lower voltage. If the flash can handle either 1.2 or 1.5, the question is how much energy is in the battery (how many flashes it can do before needing charging) and and how fast can it be drained without damaging the battery.

Note that it clearly states (NOT FOR CAMERA FLASH USE) so i would not recommend these for a camera flash.
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Do i need to use their charger?
would it work in a charger designed for NiMH (AA) or LiPo (e.g.18650) (like https://www.urlhasbeenblocked.com...ehouse=CN) work or it has to be their charger ?
Worried about misplacing the charger and ending up not being able to charge them.
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Can this be used in Blink XT-2 cameras?
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Lithium nominal chemistry is 3.7 V. These batteries basically have a voltage regulation circuit to discharge providing 1.5 V, which is what non rechargeable alkaline AA are supposed to provide. NiMH are typically 1.2 and some devices can't handle the lower voltage. If the flash can handle either 1.2 or 1.5, the question is how much energy is in the battery (how many flashes it can do before needing charging) and and how fast can it be drained without damaging the battery.

Note that it clearly states (NOT FOR CAMERA FLASH USE) so i would not recommend these for a camera flash.
Thanks for your input

What battery is good for my godox flash?
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