My favoured rechargeables are Uniross's but these are now expensive and for lower demanding devices, such as remote controls and clocks, I simply wouldn't need the best battery, would I?
For high powered flashguns (am a semi-pro photographer) I'll try and use the Uniross's still but that isn't always practical as it obviously depends if I've actually charged them! My charger is an Energiser Universal Charger.
This bulk offer from 7 Day Shop seemed too good to be true, at less than one pound each! They would have to last for around half the time of the Uniross's to make them a poor purchase. Now, I have much better things to do than sit down and work out how long they actually last and how they compare to my others (I also have old Duracell rechargeables that are still in use)
I've had these twenty (you only get 16 now, for the same price - that's inflation, I guess) for a year now - none have leaked, or failed. None have seemed to deplete quickly or behaved erratically, in any way. All get used in something or are being charged, whilst I have four or so ready for use. In fact, they last a lot longer than the undeniably useful little plastic storage containers that other manufacturers should provide. I always find them difficult and fiddly to open, with quite a jagged and coarse tab that has to be closely examined (at least by me) before it can be opened. And whilst I'm sure that no-one would expect a 'free' storage case should be able to withstand someone treading on it, it's actually a very easy thing to do and the result is a quite nasty splintered mess!
So, as so many other reviewers have found, these are quality rechargeable AA's which can be used with confidence. I wouldn't be able to vouch for their longevity in high-drain devices but for your average, everyday gadgets they seem to be as good as any other, but at a lower price. Which is something we all want, right?