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Title: Energizer Rechargeable AA Batteries, NiMH, 2000 mAh, Pre-Charged, 4 count (Recharge Universal)
Store: Amazon
Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009NEKAEK
Total Price: $7.19

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I too would like to know if these could be charged with Eneelops charger
Yes it can
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U beat me to it. 11.42 with s&s
Where do you see that price for the 8 pack on amazon? I see 17.79
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Where do you see that price for the 8 pack on amazon? I see 17.79
Energizer Rechargeable AA Batteries https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009NEK...-Eb3GADT6S
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Last good deal on AA 2000mAh was 16 pack of Amazon Basic for $27.49 r $1.72 per battery
The deal was 21.99 + tax with S&S coupon for a 16 pack or $1.37 per battery.
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Any comments on this being a good deal?
It looks like a good deal. The Energizers have fared well in some of the testing. The initial capacity is good, beating out the Eneloops. But, this doesn't take into account the self discharging while sitting on the shelf, waiting to be used, or the long term effect of repeated charge/discharge. Also, like many of the other NiMH batteries, it's tough to know exactly what is under the wrapper and this formulation can change without notice. In particular, the claim of "world's first...recycled batteries" makes me wonder if they'll perform consistently. (Even though the recycled part is only 4%...lol). For some homes the paint scheme on the wrapper may be a factor as it's easily confused with disposable batteries.

https://youtu.be/0A1GvQ40j0Q

https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutte...batteries/

Oddly enough, the Harbor Freight ones did remarkably well in the Project Farm test.
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I had some 1200 mAh energizer batteries that crapped out relatively quick. 2300s on the other hand have held up fantastic. The charger that I've had for at least 5 years still holds up as well, and that thing has taken a beating.
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can I recharge them with Eneloop charger?
why not? any nimh AA charger will do any nimh AA batteries
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If these are made in japan, it's a good deal
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Are these overkill for tv remote controls? If so, what would be recommended?
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It looks like a good deal. The Energizers have fared well in some of the testing. The initial capacity is good, beating out the Eneloops. But, this doesn't take into account the self discharging while sitting on the shelf, waiting to be used, or the long term effect of repeated charge/discharge. Also, like many of the other NiMH batteries, it's tough to know exactly what is under the wrapper and this formulation can change without notice. In particular, the claim of "world's first...recycled batteries" makes me wonder if they'll perform consistently. (Even though the recycled part is only 4%...lol). For some homes the paint scheme on the wrapper may be a factor as it's easily confused with disposable batteries.

https://youtu.be/0A1GvQ40j0Q

https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutte...batteries/

Oddly enough, the Harbor Freight ones did remarkably well in the Project Farm test.
So is it worth waiting for a sale on eneloops instead these Energizer batteries?
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Ikeas are $6.99 pack of 4. Two packs = $13.98. .19 cents more. But u get a battery with more capacity and most likely are from Japan...I started with EBL about 5 years ago, most of them are already dead not holding charge. I have been migrating for almost three years now to eneloops and ikea. Whenever I go to ikea with the family for sure a pack of AA or AAA are coming home.
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So is it worth waiting for a sale on eneloops instead these Energizer batteries?
The Energizers at this price are a good value with a small risk of not living up to expectations. The Eneloops are a reliable commodity with good (but not great) performance but they're seldom going to be as cheap as the Energizers are right now.
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The deal was 21.99 + tax with S&S coupon for a 16 pack or $1.37 per battery.
Exactly I just got mine today 22.71 for 16 of them. I think energizer batteries are better I am not sure though
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