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Panasonic Eneloop Pro Rechargeable AA Ni-MH Batteries with Charger (2550mAh, Pack of Four) ($27.99 w/ Free Ship)

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Amazon sells the same thing, but this is about $5 less than Amazon, as Amazon (according to 3Camel never lowers the price from about $33). It's also a Top Seller on B&H, as well.

EDIT --- After posting this, looks like Amazon may have reduced the price to the same price as B&H. So, here's the Amazon Link to the same deal. [amazon.com]

Key Features
Rechargeable up to 500x
Pre-Charged, Ready to Use
Holds 85% of Charge for 1 Year
No Memory Effect

This pack of Eneloop Pro AA Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries from Panasonic comes with a charger, and four pre-charged and ready-to-use batteries. They are not subject to any memory effect so you can charge them up to 500 times whether they are fully or partially drained. They maintain 85% of their charge after one year, and remain functional down to -4°F.



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Same price on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-...th=1&psc=1 [amazon.com]
Thanks... did Amazon just drop the price? That's odd, I looked before I posted and Amazon's price was about $33, and it was the same price for over a year. I'll add the Amazon link to the OP.


As an FYI, here's the 3C link showing it has been the same price at Amazon for over a year:
(not sure if SD will block it, though): https://camel camel camel.com/product/B07JZZDWLL
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EDIT --- After posting this, looks like Amazon may have reduced the price to the same price as B&H. So, here's the Amazon Link to the same deal.
Then maybe one should give credit/thanks in the OP to Cool855 for finding and posting the link to the Amazon deal that "never lowers the price." ... except they do as attached below.

Adorama [adorama.com] also has the same price.

Personally, I like Panasonic products, but like Tesla, also moving towards the modern technology of lithium with any new money to be spent on rechargeables.
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If you have in Ikea nearby, get their 2450mA AA Ladda cells for a lot less -- they are made at the same factory and these cells.
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If you have in Ikea nearby, get their 2450mA AA Ladda cells for a lot less -- they are made at the same factory and these cells.
You forgot the "if they have it in stock" part.
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You forgot the "if they have it in stock" part.
Well I guess that is what you get when you can get the equivalent Ikea batteries and charger for $16 total instead of $28 or $33! From my experience the batteries are in stock more than they aren't, and at least you can check stock online before heading to the store. Smilie
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Just a reminder when you buy Eneloop or Eneloop Pros to check carefully, even (maybe especially) when buying direct from Amazon. When they changed Amazon Basics from Japan to China a few years back they didn't say a word, and the same happened with white Eneloops. And they don't do any checking of third Party sellers, so those are almost guaranteed to be made in China.

Here are ways you can check.
https://eneloop101.com/batteries/real-or-fake/

I ended up having many more fakes than I thought I would, and I always buy from SD alerts. If Amazon's listing says Made in Japan (I.e. the package image) but you get a made in China or a counterfeit, be sure to get your money back.
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You forgot the "if they have it in stock" part.
I clicked on a link yesterday from another thread to Ikea and they were in stock for shipping....

Apparently cheaper than most everywhere else, I get the out of stock issue.
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Just a reminder when you buy Eneloop or Eneloop Pros to check carefully, even (maybe especially) when buying direct from Amazon. When they changed Amazon Basics from Japan to China a few years back they didn't say a word, and the same happened with white Eneloops. And they don't do any checking of third Party sellers, so those are almost guaranteed to be made in China.

Here are ways you can check.
https://eneloop101.com/batteries/real-or-fake/

I ended up having many more fakes than I thought I would, and I always buy from SD alerts. If Amazon's listing says Made in Japan (I.e. the package image) but you get a made in China or a counterfeit, be sure to get your money back.
what are you talking about?

are you saying you've got made in china eneloop pros from amazon?
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Quote from hcl777 :
Just a reminder when you buy Eneloop or Eneloop Pros to check carefully, even (maybe especially) when buying direct from Amazon. When they changed Amazon Basics from Japan to China a few years back they didn't say a word, and the same happened with white Eneloops. And they don't do any checking of third Party sellers, so those are almost guaranteed to be made in China.

Here are ways you can check.
https://eneloop101.com/batteries/real-or-fake/

I ended up having many more fakes than I thought I would, and I always buy from SD alerts. If Amazon's listing says Made in Japan (I.e. the package image) but you get a made in China or a counterfeit, be sure to get your money back.
Is buying from bh photo safe?
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Can the charger also charge AAA battery?
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Is buying from bh photo safe?
I think so...they have been around a LONG time. I used to order camera stuff from them back in the day when I was into photography.
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Best rechargeables: if you charge them today, they will hold a charge until zombie apocalypse!
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Is buying from bh photo safe?
Yes, yes, and yes. Search just 'bh' here
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