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16-Pack AmazonBasics AA 2000mAh Rechargeable Batteries EXPIRED

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https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasi...op?ie=UTF8 >In stock on January 25

CCC showing it's at the lowest price ever.

I can't comment how and where these might be made from @ $1.3 per battery.

AA rechargeable battery (16-pack, 2000 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
Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging; recyclable; backed by an AmazonBasics 1-year limited warranty
Same product, new look! Appearance of batteries you receive may vary.
The batteries can be recycled when they no longer hold a charge; to find a recycling location near you, simply copy/paste this link into your browser: call2recycle.org/locator/
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Amazon price history before discount(s):
Lowest|$|20.17
Current|$|20.39
Average 3 months|$|23.48
Average 6 months|$|22.86
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I've found with these rechargeable batteries "refusing to charge" is often that the remaining charge is below the trigger threshold voltage for the charger to even know there is a battery present. I'll usually take two pieces of metal and short a good battery to the dead one for like 20 seconds (pos-pos, neg-neg) to give it a quick jump and get the charger to recognize it. Also a good idea to sharpie the bad battery so you know if it continues to happen on one particular unit because long term this behavior does mean it's starting to go.
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Amazon price history before discount(s):
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Average 3 months$23.48
Average 6 months$22.86
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good, but I'll hold out for the 2400's
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good, but I'll hold out for the 2400's
Have they been discounted before?
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Have they been discounted before?
Camel shows it was in 2017.
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good, but I'll hold out for the 2400's
The higher capacity ones self discharge at a higher rate so it's not without trade offs
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The higher capacity ones self discharge at a higher rate so it's not without trade offs
The higher capacity ones can not re-charge 1000 times either, at least for the Eneloops. Amazonbasics high capacity one says "hundreds of times" without being specific. This may be academic for most people who don't use it that much.
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These are almost always around this price. These Amazon basics vary pretty widely about the "slow discharge" aspect. I have some that are as good as eneloops but done are terrible. Still far better than the normal rechargeables discharge rate.

Also consider EBL. They have comparatively faster discharge, but have higher capacity and are usually a little cheaper.
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Pretty standard price.
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Everyday price...
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$3.60 off $24? This is front page on SLICKDEALS? Smh
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I generally like these batteries but have noticed a failure rate of 25 to 50 percent in about 2-3 years. By failure rate I mean they won't recharge.
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I generally like these batteries but have noticed a failure rate of 25 to 50 percent in about 2-3 years. By failure rate I mean they won't recharge.
Have you tried the battery "kickstart" solution with metal paper clips? It's almost always due to voltage dropping too low, and the charger not recognizing it. You can fix it pretty easily and safely.
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