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Popular deal at $12. These will very likely be made in china.


AAA rechargeable battery (12-pack, 800 mAh); ideal for digital cameras, remote controls, toys, and more
Long battery life; extremely gradual self-discharge; maintains 80% capacity for 24 months
Comes pre-charged and ready to use; can be recharged 1000 times with minimal power loss



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Any suggestions for good 2 in 1 charger to charge both AA and AAA ?



I would recommend chargers made by either Opus or Powerex/ Maha. They made a wide variety of chargers that fit different needs.
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Will these work in cordless phones?
My Panasonic phone was supplied with eneloop batteries
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Can i use these ont the eneloop charger?
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How is their quality compared to energizer?
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Stop blaming your failures on not being prepared or being cheap. If it's you job have back up upon back ups, or just use reg batteries.
You lost pal? I simply stated battery failures can end up costing more than the savings involved during purchase. If you can't comprehend my hypothetical, then maybe you should step back from commenting and let the adults chat.
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Stop blaming your failures on not being prepared or being cheap. If it's you job have back up upon back ups, or just use reg batteries.
With a little comprehension, you would see he is simply stating it's not always cut and dry with real world factors to contend with..
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Just note for those who have dead rechargeable nimh batteries. You can recover them if you use a variable power supply and set the voltage to 1.2V. Let the power supply reenergize the battery and then stick it on a regular nimh charger. I have some that for my chinese made batteries and it recovers them. However note this is a temporary solution because the battery will do it again if you leave it out too long. I have used this trick and have not thrown out any of my chinese made batteries.

The other method yiu can use is to use a fully ccharged nimh and short thr positive to the positive and the negative to negative for a few seconds and then put it on the charger. I just have a power supply and it is a lot easier.
Use caution doing this, I've done it a number of times and on rare occasion I've had a few NiMH rechargable batteries vent out the top after use because of some internal battery failure. It looks like a white powder near the top of the positive terminal where the tiny holes are, almost like corrosion but much easier to clean.

In my experience these batteries may go full dead again after their first use following reseurection in this way. In the cases where I could get them to charge normally after their first use following a full dead reseurection, I have continued to use those batteries only in devices I don't care about because they might vent again.

In my experience this has happened with 5 Amazon Basics AA (all made in Japan circa 2016) and 1 AA eneloop. This is out of about 24-30 Amazon Basics AAs and 8 eneloops. I use the good charger and everything. Bad batch I guess.
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You lost pal? I simply stated battery failures can end up costing more than the savings involved during purchase. If you can't comprehend my hypothetical, then maybe you should step back from commenting and let the adults chat.
I think he just hates Tom Brady.
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Can i use these ont the eneloop charger?
Same question!
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Read recent reviews. These seem terrible quality.
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I keep seeing stuff saying certain rechargeable batteries are slightly longer or wider than alkalines. A bit worried they won't fit in my mouse, how much of a difference is there really or does it change based on brand?
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I have 8 year old Eneloops and Duracel, The Eneloops and the Japan Duracel are still in use (all hold good charge), the Chinese made Duracel have all failed...

the only rechargeable that have failed for me have been the china made rechargeable.

Last week I picked up a Wii remote that was dead, one battery was from china and dead, the other was Japan and read at 1.4v. the wii remote was not used, it just sat for months and that was the last china battery in my collection.

spend the money on japan batteries, it is worth it if you use them more than 3-5 years.
Absolutely. Japan-made rechargeable batteries are still the best. China batteries have not caught up yet and are still distant.
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for 10 bucks, I'll give them a shot. Thank OP repped
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