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Quote from fomobrain :
EBL wont hold charge after 6months
I have some from 2017 still going well, they do have faster self discharge than my eneloops and Tenergy centura, but shelf life and recharge cycles have been good for me with AA and AAA batteries
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Good deal, except the batteries are trash. Will never buy them again.
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I'm looking to replace some Amazon Basic ones as recommended by The Wirecutter but I might stick with those a bit longer based on the comments here.
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I tried ordering a 4 pack a couple weeks ago and recieved an empty case..I then spent 4x more for eneloops...check the reviews. Amazon customer service has been excellent.

The case looked sealed.
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Quote from avalon :
waiting for a deal on their rechargeable lithium AAA

the nimh are too low voltage for many devices
Lithium Ion batteries are typically 3.7V, but these are sold as 14500 or 18650 and will not work with devices designed for AA or AAA batteries.

Lithium Ion AA and AAA batteries are regulated to 1.5V for compatibility. AA and AAA batteries generally don't benefit from lithium ion chemistry. Lithium ion benefits of a higher C rating and energy density are huge, but if that's important for the device, your device won't use AA or AAA batteries in the first place.
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Is EBL junk ?I have read numerous articles about staying away from this brand
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I tried ordering a 4 pack a couple weeks ago and recieved an empty case..I then spent 4x more for eneloops...check the reviews. Amazon customer service has been excellent.

The case looked sealed.
Project Farm did a year long review of rechargeable AA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jXQNY6rve8

TL;DW: Amazon Basics might be rebadged Eneloops. Even if they aren't, they are close enough that that's the one to buy.

EBL sucks but when considering the price, it's a better choice than Eneloop, unless you are looking at something that needs extremely low self-discharge like a fire alarm.
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Is Panasonic 2100 mA the best charger and battery?
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Quote from avalon :
waiting for a deal on their rechargeable lithium AAA

the nimh are too low voltage for many devices
Absolutely.... memory retaining, self discharging NiMH was old technology almost a decade ago. If I want to pick up a flashlight sitting in vehicle for a year and it still works, it is lithium battery powered.
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I've never hard a problem with the AAA or the AA's
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Quote from fomobrain :
EBL wont hold charge after 6months
4 years for me lol
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Quote from fomobrain :
EBL wont hold charge after 6months
Mine does. Been in remote for 2 years.
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I was in IKEA past weekend and saw their LADDA aaa on sale for $4.99 (from orig $7.99) so I picked up 4 pieces. They are "made in Japan" and probably same as Eneloop. They powered my Coast PX250 8-Watts flash light and is very bright (thought the 1.25V will make it not as bright but I was wrong).

Cheap brand usually last for several months and not hold charge well after.
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Quote from max1001 :
Mine does. Been in remote for 2 years.
atleast for me it doesn't make sense to put rechargeable on remotes as even regular battery tend to stay longer. I use it high intensive applications like soap dispensers, work led lights, vr controllers.. ebl hasnt been worth the charge time
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Quote from unskilledgamer :
Lithium Ion batteries are typically 3.7V, but these are sold as 14500 or 18650 and will not work with devices designed for AA or AAA batteries.

Lithium Ion AA and AAA batteries are regulated to 1.5V for compatibility. AA and AAA batteries generally don't benefit from lithium ion chemistry. Lithium ion benefits of a higher C rating and energy density are huge, but if that's important for the device, your device won't use AA or AAA batteries in the first place.
It depends on the purpose and device, it doesn't always need high discharge to benefit from Lithium.

Some devices that require AA won't work at 1.2V at all (or multiple 1.2V), so NiMH is no go.
Rechargeable Lithium AA will fit that well if don't want to keep adding alkaline to recycle bin (as long as the device is not high discharged like flashlight because of the buck converter can't handle that)
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