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BONAI AA Rechargeable Batteries 2800mAh 1.2V Ni-MH Battery batería recargable Low Self Discharge Rechargeable Batteries 24 Pack

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Amazon has highly rated Bonai AA battery 24 pack for $26.76+ tax . Normal price $41.99 . This is 36% off.

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Package Contents : 24 Pack 2800mAh 1.2V NiMh AA rechargeable batteries
Recycle Times: Can be charged up to 1200 times, save money from buying huge of one-time used batteries
Low Self-discharge: It will still maintain 80% of initial capacity after 3 years of non-use, it's highly recommended to be fully charged every 3 months
Bonai Rechargeable aa batteries are great for TV,Xbox controllers,Children's toys,mouse and other devices with high battery turnover,supplying power for your household devices.
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Quote from TalentedCaribou4513 :
Nothing beat eneloops
Quote from kcsierradad :
Don't buy high-capacity nimh batteries and don't buy anything but eneloops if longevity is your goal.
Project Farm did a couple of great, real-world comparisons. The Ikea Ladda 2450s came out awesome both in terms of raw capacity and self discharge. Duracell beat the Eneloops too. Plus, they both hold up excellent after repeated charge cycles.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC3RlKyW2Mg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jXQNY6rve8
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LMAOLMAOLMAO

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I know eneloop don't stay charged
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wwhat about high capacity eneloop?
It's my understanding that the higher capacity Eneloops (Eneloop Pro) work just fine, except with regard to their Low Self Discharge capabilities. Regular white Eneloops outperform them in this regard, as I understand it.

So, regular Eneloops will end up lasting longer in your remote controls and other low-drain applications, because the Pro batteries self discharge at a faster rate just sitting in a device unused. That aspect has prevented me from buying the Eneloop Pro batteries so far, so I can't confirm this information from personal experience.
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Does anyone know who makes these?
Some no-name factory in China no doubt! LOL
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I don't think you can go up to 2800mAh in NiMh, unless this battery size is bigger..
How do AA lithium rechargeables compare?
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Quote from upgrayeddme2 :
Project Farm did a couple of great, real-world comparisons. The Ikea Ladda 2450s came out awesome both in terms of raw capacity and self discharge. Duracell beat the Eneloops too. Plus, they both hold up excellent after repeated charge cycles.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC3RlKyW2Mg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jXQNY6rve8
IIRC the Duracells he tested were made in Japan, but it seems they have started selling cells made in China now. I am pretty skeptical that those China made cells; I really doubt they will be as good. Energizer tried having their cells made in China and it didn't go well. They are now having them made in Japan again so that should tell people something!
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These rechargeables don't work in nose trimmers like Wahl. You need lithium batteries for them.
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IIRC the Duracells he tested were made in Japan, but it seems they have started selling cells made in China now. I am pretty skeptical that those China made cells; I really doubt they will be as good. Energizer tried having their cells made in China and it didn't go well. They are now having them made in Japan again so that should tell people something!
Second this. Bought lots of duracells, they don't last over the long term and none of mine have been made in Japan. Tha Ladda 2450 are said to be made in the same factory that makes the Eneloops. The Ladda simply cannot be beaten for capacity and durability at their everyday available price. In AAs, I don't buy anything else now. I have been using dozens of brands of NiMH cells for the last 18 years. I have 10 year old Eneloops that still test well on smart chargers....pretty amazing. All China made cells I have are crapped out after a few years or less. Ikea engineers probably used Eneloops at home, so they had a great cell private labeled for them and made them affordable to the masses. Honestly, one of the best products they've released!
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Be Careful upon purchasing. These are Ni-MH Cells.
Most rechargable AA and AAA are. What's you're point? Is it about being 1.2v instead of the usual 1.5? I've been using nothing but rechargables in our house for the past few years with no adverse reactions.
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Pretty good deal, thanks OP. I am not going to IKEA anytime soon, so this is good enough for me.
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Anyone with experience on these vs eneloops?
TIA
I cannot recommend these. I had a problem with half of the batteries. The Panasonic charger will trigger a fail status while charging these batteries. Don't waste your money.
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Does anyone know who makes these?
According to the Amazon listing, "Manufacturer SHENZHEN EPT BATTERY CO LTD ". Company website is ept-batteryDOTcom.
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According to the Amazon listing, "Manufacturer SHENZHEN EPT BATTERY CO LTD ". Company website is ept-batteryDOTcom.
Thanks, I meant the IKEA ones I was responding to an earlier message.
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Thanks, I meant the IKEA ones I was responding to an earlier message.
There is currently only one factory in Japan that makes NiMH batteries. At the moment I know Eneloop, Ikea, Fujitsu, and Energizer batteries are all made in Japan (seemingly all at that same factory).
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