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Amazon has 8-Pack Panasonic Eneloop AAA Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries (2100 Cycle) on sale for $14.30. > Now $13.75 Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available, otherwise, free shipping with Prime or if you spend $25 or more.

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Thanks. I am reading old posts and some have suggested advanced ones too. Now I am confused. Is there one that is both fast and slow with auto shutoff? Also USB input will be desired as I bought a solar charger a few months ago and could put that to good use.
I highly suggest you avoid fast chargers. They heat the battery and kill it much faster too.

The Eneloop kits with chargers and batteries are typically good slower chargers.
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I had no idea about this. What are they rebranded as? I was at Ikea this past weekend and will be going back in a month or ao.
https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/ladd...-70303876/

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Beware of receiving counterfeit Eneloop, even if "sold by Amazon.com", because of inventory co-mingling with 3rd party vendors
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Beware of receiving counterfeit Eneloop, even if "sold by Amazon.com", because of inventory co-mingling with 3rd party vendors
Any tips on spotting a counterfeit?
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Any tips on spotting a counterfeit?
Best way would be test charging capacity, otherwise, this website has some tips https://eneloop101.com/batteries/real-or-fake/
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Any tips on spotting a counterfeit?
Many of the counterfeits have misspellings/typos on the product packaging. All of the counterfeits are lacking the embossed date code on the actual battery. Type "fake eneloops" into your favorite search engine to find out more info.
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If you're on the fence, jump. These are great - Every one of these I have ever purchased is still in service, including the first set that I bought probably 5-6 years ago. Every remote in the house, gaming controllers, kids toys, headphones, flashlights, pretty much anywhere I need a AA/AAA battery, I've got these things. Only wish I had a bigger charger, but saw one on SD today with a USB port so I might grab that..
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Same question, same time Smilie
Got the 8 pack AA back in March for $14.70.
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How do these compare to AAA lithium batteries in regards to weight?
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For those looking for chargers, I've been using a NITECORE charger for a while and love it.

Would pick up this one if I was looking for a universal charger:
https://www.amazon.com/D2-DigiCha...318&sr=8-3
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how do these compare to the pro version? https://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-...888&sr=8-1
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Can i use any charger for this or have to be eneloop charger?
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Any AA deals?
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Any AA deals?
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Thanks. I am reading old posts and some have suggested advanced ones too. Now I am confused. Is there one that is both fast and slow with auto shutoff? Also USB input will be desired as I bought a solar charger a few months ago and could put that to good use.
There are programmable chargers that allow the user to specify the charging current. A few years ago, the SkyRc MC3000 was the most programmable consumer level charger for multiple chemistries for cylindrical battery cells.

If you want something easy to use and not needing programming, look for SOME of the eneloop chargers specific for nimh chemistry. Make sure each slot is charged separately rather than in pairs. Make sure it is "smart" (referring to how the chatger determimes when to stop charfing). And then, make a choice about what you want for charging speed.

It was the case that every year there would be a slightly modified new model, and in alternating years it would be slow or fast charging. Slow charging is better for capacity and longeviety, but somethimes a fast charge is what is needed, so they make both.

Check lygte-info at https://www.lygte-info.dk/ for extensive evaluation reviews, or also check the following message boards: budgetlightforum, candlepowerforum.
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