24 AA 2300 mAh High Capacity NiMH Rechargeable batteries w/charger $19.99

mharrison

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24 AA 2300 mAh High Capacity NiMH Rechargeable batteries w/charger $19.99
http://www.all-battery.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1350

These are the Tenergy brand batteries that I've been using in my Lowrance handheld GPSr since I got it. They are AWESOME! There is no way that I would buy Alkalines or waste the money for more expensive rechargeables!
BTW, I've ordered from them more than once and they ship out quickly!


High quality Ultra High Capacity AA Size rechargeable Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries

Exact replacement for standard AA size battery in all the devices

Provides ultra long use time per charge with this ultra high 2300mAh capacity

Advanced NiMH technology means twice longer use life per charge than the ordinary rechargeables

Designed for enhanced performance for high drain applications such as digital cameras, CD players, portable audio devices, hand held games, 2way radios, PDAs, and other portable high drain digital electronics

Can be recharged for up to 1000 times, providing big saving by replacing hundreds of throw away AA batteries.

Convenient operation without memory effect. Can be charged anytime.

Can be rapidly charged with any quick charger, smart chargers, plug in charger or universal chargers

Weight 1.44 lbs
6months warranty

Battery tested based on International Electronics Commission (IEC) standard to ensure capacity, quality and life time[/list]

Compact Travel Charger

* Model: V-2833
* Input: 12 VDC, 500mA
* Output: AA - 2.8 /5.6V, 700 mA
* Output: AAA - 2.8/5.6V, 350 mA
* Charges 2 or 4 AA & AAA batteries at a time
* Charges NiMH or NiCd batteries (separately)
* Automatic charging current selection for AA or AAA
* Equipped with LED lamp to indicate proper charging
* Adjustable battery contact plate
 

nyker96

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nice deal, but OP sounds like he works for the company.

correction: did a bit research, it seems this brand is trustworthy and OP's rx genuine to people who bought these. Sorry about the previous comment.
 

mharrison

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NP..... I did put most of the page info in there so people could read it. I guess most of it reads like a commercial! That's because I haven't found a better value for my money in rechargeables. If you use a Lowrance GPSr you know that they EAT BATTERIES! I just keep charging these up and feeding them to it!
 

Navid

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I got 4 Energizer 2500mA and a charger a year ago. I use them in my Canon A75 digital camera. After using them for a few months, the batteries did not hold charge. So, I would charge them and the camera would work. But, after a few days, it would not work anymore even if I did not take any pictures!

I bought 4 new batteries again same brand and after a few months, the same thing!

I am now using Alkaline and they work for a long time and if I don't take pictures, they do not run out like the rechargeables do.
So, I am not using rechargeables anymore. I don't know why I have this problem with rechargeables!
 

blacklit

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not bad, shipping is around $6.50. 24x lenmar 2000mAh cost me $25 last year, which didn't come with a charger.
 

Boogak

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Originally posted by: nyker96
nice deal, but OP sounds like he works for the company.

correction: did a bit research, it seems this brand is trustworthy and OP's rx genuine to people who bought these. Sorry about the previous comment.

In a way, he does.
 

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"We pay $30 Gift Certificate for your Posts on Forums or any Web 2.0 Site
Make sure you are not a new membership at those Forums. Or you might be treated as spammer "


That is enough for me to see.
Will NEVER shop at that site that encourages spammers!!!!!!!!!!!
 

Thump553

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This is a good deal, it comes up every month or two here. The batteries are excellent as far as I can tell. They usually have a good deal on 12 x AAA also. The charger looks a little sketchy, I never even opened mine up (I have a MAHA MH-C204W, which the battery geeks tend to gush about).

We use these in our digital camera, which can sit for a month or so between shootings and no problems. I don't know enough about rechargeables to be able to guess what Navid's problem was-usually Energizer is a good brand.

All-Battery has very good customer service-they forgot to include my AAA batteries in my order, and responded immediately to my email, and shipped out the AAA by overnight on their dime.

PS-no spam here, after buying 12 AA and 12 AAA a few months ago I'm not expecting to buy anything more from them for many years.
 

gjc12

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Navid - My guess is it's a combination of your usage habits and your charger. I have a cheap charger and was having the same problems you were, but I didn't use my camera too often. Then I went on vacation and was snapping pictures like crazy, draining and recharging the batteries a lot. This seemed to restore them to original!

Alternately you can buy a high end charger which will keep your batteries in tip-top shape regardless of what your usage habits are. I researched this a bit previously, and the Maha and Lacrosse chargers are both highly recommended.
 

mharrison

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I have a ton of electronics that use AA batteries. I use them in my GPSr, a couple of flashlights, a portable CD player, and who doesn't have a 1/2 dozen remote controls?

Buy them if you need them, don't if you don't. I don't consider this SPAM since I consider it a good deal and this is a deal website.

As gjc12 posted the Maha and Lacrosse chargers are great. I haven't heard anything but good things about them. I have no experience with the charger offered in this post, but I have used the Tenergy brand batteries extensively.