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6-Pack Amazon Basics 700mAh NiMH Rechargeable AAA Batteries EXPIRED

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Amazon has 6-Pack Amazon Basics 700mAh NiMH Rechargeable AAA Batteries on sale for $3.59. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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  • NiMH-type battery with 1.2 voltage and 700mAh
  • Replacement for Panasonic HHR-75AAA/B-6 NiMH rechargeable batteries

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 6-Count Amazon Basics AAA Rechargeable Batteries for $3.59. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or on orders $25+.
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Strange. These are being marketed and sold as "Cordless Phone Replacement" batteries. They are only 700 mAh, as opposed to 800 mAh for other Amazon Basics AAA rechargeables.

Also, the quality of Amazon Basics rechargeables are complete garbage now. I purchased some AAA's last week, rated at 800 mAh. After charging and testing with my LaCrosse charger, it appears that at least half of the batteries won't deliver 800. Several are in low 700's.

Don't waste your money on Amazon Basics rechargeable batteries. The batteries I received all said made in China, and they're crap.
Why is it always China's fault? It's amazon who paid China to make cheap sh*tty product and then are selling it to the customers. Americans always seem to have this misplaced anger towards someone else while turning a blind eye to the part they play. It's so stupid and fascinating at the same time.
Amazon basic rechargeable batteries suck .. don't waste your money on these
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12-04-2022 at 03:52 PM.
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Strange. These are being marketed and sold as "Cordless Phone Replacement" batteries. They are only 700 mAh, as opposed to 800 mAh for other Amazon Basics AAA rechargeables.

Also, the quality of Amazon Basics rechargeables are complete garbage now. I purchased some AAA's last week, rated at 800 mAh. After charging and testing with my LaCrosse charger, it appears that at least half of the batteries won't deliver 800. Several are in low 700's.

Don't waste your money on Amazon Basics rechargeable batteries. The batteries I received all said made in China, and they're crap.
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12-04-2022 at 03:56 PM.
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Amazon basic rechargeable batteries suck .. don't waste your money on these
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12-04-2022 at 04:36 PM.
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Quote from iLikeMild :
These are 1.2V vs 1.5V. There is a reason why it's marketed as cordless phone replacement batteries.
ALL, as in NiMh and NiCad batteries are 1.2v. ALL
They come off a fresh charge at 1.4+v, and settle down to 1.2v with some use for a long time, assuming it's a decent cell.
Alkaline have a more 'linear' discharge.

These are likely NOT LSD, which do not take well to the constant charge that some phones may use.
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12-04-2022 at 04:44 PM.
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Trash, don't bother.
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12-04-2022 at 04:44 PM.
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I seem to always miss the deals on Eneloop nimh batteries. What are some decent lower priced alternatives ?

Quote from schmooxx1x :
Strange. These are being marketed and sold as "Cordless Phone Replacement" batteries. They are only 700 mAh, as opposed to 800 mAh for other Amazon Basics AAA rechargeables.

Also, the quality of Amazon Basics rechargeables are complete garbage now. I purchased some AAA's last week, rated at 800 mAh. After charging and testing with my LaCrosse charger, it appears that at least half of the batteries won't deliver 800. Several are in low 700's.

Don't waste your money on Amazon Basics rechargeable batteries. The batteries I received all said made in China, and they're crap.
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12-04-2022 at 05:03 PM.
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I seem to always miss the deals on Eneloop nimh batteries. What are some decent lower priced alternatives ?
Eneloops are my go to brand. I feel your pain whenever I miss the deals, which seem to happen with much less frequency.

I read great things about Ladda rechargeables sold at Ikea, but I haven't tried them. I don't have a store close enough to browse. I've also heard that Ikea has a tough time keeping Ladda's in stock. I believe Ladda's are made in Japan.

Every other brand seems to fall off after Eneloop and Ladda. I don't know of any other lower priced alternatives that have decent quality. If anyone else has suggestions, please let us know.
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Quote from schmooxx1x :
Eneloops are my go to brand. I feel your pain whenever I miss the deals, which seem to happen with much less frequency.

I read great things about Ladda rechargeables sold at Ikea, but I haven't tried them. I don't have a store close enough to browse. I've also heard that Ikea has a tough time keeping Ladda's in stock. I believe Ladda's are made in Japan.

Every other brand seems to fall off after Eneloop and Ladda. I don't know of any other lower priced alternatives that have decent quality. If anyone else has suggestions, please let us know.
I have purchased some Ladda batteries that were made in Japan. But, others here on SD have reported that they are now mostly made in China.
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Quote from schmooxx1x :
Strange. These are being marketed and sold as "Cordless Phone Replacement" batteries. They are only 700 mAh, as opposed to 800 mAh for other Amazon Basics AAA rechargeables.

Also, the quality of Amazon Basics rechargeables are complete garbage now. I purchased some AAA's last week, rated at 800 mAh. After charging and testing with my LaCrosse charger, it appears that at least half of the batteries won't deliver 800. Several are in low 700's.

Don't waste your money on Amazon Basics rechargeable batteries. The batteries I received all said made in China, and they're crap.
Isn't all Amazon essentials Chinese crap? Big Grin
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12-04-2022 at 05:58 PM.
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Any deal on alternatives rechargaeble aaa?
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12-04-2022 at 06:02 PM.
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Like others said, don't even waste your money.

Get something better like real Panasonic Eneloops or IKEA batteries, or just go with disposables.

Don't waste a breath.

Don't.

Just don't.

You've been warned.
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12-04-2022 at 06:05 PM.
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I seem to always miss the deals on Eneloop nimh batteries. What are some decent lower priced alternatives ?
save your search so you will get a notification....
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12-04-2022 at 06:07 PM.
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Oh C'mon if it's indeed 700mah it's good in many use cases for a good price. It's a low end battery what do you expect from it. Power your whole house?
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