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8-Pk Panasonic BK-4MCCA8BA eneloop AAA 2100 Cycle Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries $15.89

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Deal is back, 8pk of Eneloop AAA's for $15.89 without S&S.

Amazon has 8-Pk Panasonic BK-4MCCA8BA eneloop AAA 2100 Cycle Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries for $15.89 . Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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Those deals are expired... looks like the price dropped back down.... hence the new listing.

It seams like this is the normal price lately though
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What a good charger?
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I caution against buying anything from Amazon, because of an alarming amount of fakes.
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Quote from SociableMitten9678 :
I caution against buying anything from Amazon, because of an alarming amount of fakes.
I feel pretty safe when Amazon is the seller, not from the random vendors.
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Quote from Robotz :
What a good charger?
If you want a non basic charger go with the Liitokala Lii500. Typically around $27 from their official Amazon store. If you want a more basic but excellent charger go with the Xtar VC4 around $18 on amazon. Stay way from the EBL or other cheap chargers.
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Where are the deals for the double A version?
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Quote from Cord440 :
I feel pretty safe when Amazon is the seller, not from the random vendors.
https://www.redpoints.com/blog/am...anagement/

Amazon puts their inventory and random seller inventory together.

Never buy premium products from Amazon that can be easily visibly faked but are difficult to tell if they are actually fake.
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Quote from jnads :
https://www.redpoints.com/blog/am...anagement/

Amazon puts their inventory and random seller inventory together.

Never buy premium products from Amazon that can be easily visibly faked but are difficult to tell if they are actually fake.

Heh, another one of Amazons scumbag moves. Blatantly mingle inventory together and sell "a safety preventative feature" to businesses to ensure quality. I feel bad for businesses, paying to use the platform and then having to pay extra for these programs that shouldn't be a need to be there in the first place.
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So these are counterfeit?
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Does NiMH perform as good as alkaline left outdoors 24/7 environment?
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-1. Shows $16.89 for me.
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Quote from Cord440 :
I feel pretty safe when Amazon is the seller, not from the random vendors.
You shouldn't be due to inventory commingling
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So these are counterfeit?
I bought mine from Home Depot, which was the seller. I haven't heard of anything about HD actually storing third-party inventory (correct me if I am wrong). I would avoid Amazon.
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Quote from jnads :
https://www.redpoints.com/blog/am...anagement/

Amazon puts their inventory and random seller inventory together.

Never buy premium products from Amazon that can be easily visibly faked but are difficult to tell if they are actually fake.
Thank you! I have learned something today. Applause
So how do we order items with the FBA barcodes or serial numbers?
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