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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 Nuocmamstyle :
Garbage brand like these are far inferior to even Amazon Basics! I believe they have been tested, look on Youtube.
Anazon Basics used to be re-wrapped Eneloops. That changed a couple years ago. They are now (unknown) Chinese brand. Way better than the Bonai, but no as good as Fujitsu or Eneloop,
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I wonder if the Fujitsu batteries you had were counterfeit. Or if there are Chinese made Fujitsus, I know there are/were Eneloops made in China. Everyone also says to stick to the Made in Japan ones, for good reason.

-MJ
Probably, they were from Newegg though..
I guess stick to the Japanese ones, stick to retail stores...
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Quote from robertvlee111pro :
Anyone with experience on these vs eneloops?
TIA
I bought a batch of these mid-2017 and a batch last month. I also regularly use eneloops and eneloop pros. Here's my experience with these:
Positives:
• CHEAP. I originally purchased the set for $20 flat from amazon. I paid $32 for the same set last month, but I couldn't find anything much cheaper at the time
• After 3.5 years, none of them have leaked, and although I rarely use them, they all still work
Negatives:
• Nowhere near the stated mAh. Actual capacity is somewhere between 1900 and 2100. In a head-to-head test between these and some standard eneloops, these barely beat out the eneloops in multiple tests with multiple sets of led lights. Both would stay bright for a couple of 6 hour runs on the light sets, but both would get pretty dim on the second couple of runs, with the eneloops not being able to get the light to emit an hour or two before these crapped out.
• Fast Discharge. They definitely drain faster than my eneloops while stored. They do however stay charged longer than my old non-self-discharge batteries.

So why did I buy these again? I needed a lot of batteries for a short term application, and they're just so much cheaper than the eneloops. Unfortunately my local Ikeas never stock their batteries, and I couldn't find any well rated batteries at a reasonable price. Do I recommend these? Not necessarily. If I could get my hands on a batch of the ikea batteries, I'd pay the small difference in price in a heartbeat. My eneloops have stood the test of time, they're just superior. But if you need some cheap batteries that don't leak (a problem I've had with some other brands of rechargeables) and don't mind that they lie about the capacity, it's not your worst option. Mind you, you can get these cheaper though when they really go on sale.

Edit: forgot to mention, there seemed to be no difference in any way between the recent set and the set I purchased 3.5 years ago. Same size, wrapping, and longevity while in use.
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Quote from Ride_The_Sky :
Probably, they were from Newegg though..
I guess stick to the Japanese ones, stick to retail stores...
One of my packs of Fujitsus came from Newegg, I haven't had any problems with them but I did stop buying from Newegg as that was one of their data breaches (had to replace my card) and I learned that Newegg was essentially taken over by some Chinese company the previous year.

-MJ
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I have 24 of these AAA batteries about 8 months already, they're rated at 1100 ma, but I measured them with La Crosse BC-700 charger, the highest capacity I can get is 580 ma !
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If you buy rechargeables that you need charge, keep in a box and pull them out 6 months later and expect to deliver over 2000mAh then you may need to spend at least 3 times more than you're spending on these, and even so there's no guarantee for that >2000mAh.

I bought some RayHom for under $1/battery for the sole purpose of using them in mole chaser devices and I have a reminder to pull them out monthly and re-charge and they work like a charm for this purpose (I also use some Tenergy); They were also 'branded' as 2800mAh and using my Opus charger I measured on average 2300mAh.
I'm thinking if I get 2 years of use of them, the price is right! And you know what: I said the same thing 4 years ago when I bought the Tenergy ones...
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