AmazonBasics AAA Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries 800 mAh [Pack of 12] (Packaging may vary)
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- Pack of 12 Ni-Mh 800 mAh rechargeable AAA batteries for digital cameras, remotes, and more
- Pre-charged and prepared to use out of the pack
- Extremely gradual self-discharge maintains 80% of capacity
- Can last up to 1,000 recharge cycles
- It is sent in an easy-open package Amazon - The color of the battery may vary (white/black).
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AmazonBasics AAA Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries 800 mAh [Pack of 12]
AmazonBasics AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries are ideal for your household devices, such as digital cameras, toys, remote controls, torches and portable audio players. The batteries are pre-charged and ready to use.
Economical with Long Service Life
AmazonBasics rechargeable batteries provide more power, as they can be charged up to 1,000 times. This makes them extremely economical and provides an expected service life, which is as long as that of the device in which it is used. It's the rechargeable battery that fits your life, regardless of how you live.
An extremely slow self-discharge rate maintains 80 % of the capacity after 1 year of storage at 68 °F (20 °C).
- 12-pack of 800 mAh rechargeable AAA batteries for TV remotes, portable torches and more
- Pre-charged and ready to use
- Extremely low discharge rate and high temperature durability
- Can be recharged up to 1,000 times
- Greater power and better performance in lower temperatures than Alkaline
Wide Temperature Range
These batteries can be used at extreme temperatures between -4 °F and 158 °F (-20 °C to +70 °C) for incredible reliability. They're great for emergency equipment, such as torches and portable radios, as well as your everyday devices.
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- Pack of 12 AmazonBasics AAA Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries 800 mAh
- AmazonBasics 1-Year Limited Warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
Whether they get daily, intensive use (as in my Slendertone belt, LED night lights and wireless keyboards) or sit waiting patiently for the next call to action (inside a torch or photo flash unit, for example), these batteries seem to keep their charge almost intact. The fact that they arrive already charged is so convenient. Impossible to know how many times each individual battery has been recharged, but my first batch was bought more than two years ago and most of them are in continuous use. Terrific quality, fully justifying the price. Interestingly, the white ones (which are more expensive) have been less reliable, with a couple already showing as “null” in my charger, whereas I've not had a single failure from the black ones.
Trying to find a rechargeable battery that both works and lasts is harder than you might think. Ive been through all the big names (Sanyo being possibly the best for me but there have been so many major disappointments at great expense) along with those from 7day shop (a personal favourite but I refuse to pay postage for something that was free for so long just out of principle).
When it came to needing some more AAs, I noticed these were on a lightning deal and took the chance. I mean the word 'Basics' in the title doesnt bode well. However, I must admit to being pretty impressed. All the batteries worked. All the batteries appear to be lasting. All the batteries are doing the job that they are supposed to be doing. Therefore that leaves me one happy punter.
I must admit that, given the choice I would get the Sanyo ones first (if they were a reasonable price) however, these are a worthy close second - especially on a lightning deal.
These AA cells were, on delivery, close to fully charged (my battery condition meter showed 93% of full charge). Their output of 2000 mAh puts them towards the middle of the capacity stakes - many AA rechargeables are now rated at 2500 mAh or greater but, to be fair, these are "Basics" - a value rather than premium line. Also, in terms of pricing they are good value, to get 16 in the pack at the current price is very competitive. If anything goes wrong there's a good chance Amazon will honour the warranty (and be around to do so).
Physically these Chinese sourced cells look well made and are marked in such a way that the positive terminal is fairly obvious - the green ring on the casing also helps if your sight isn't too good. I do agree with another reviewer it would have been good if Amazon marketed a matching charger. The charger I use is the Technoline BL-700 intelligent charger which, although not cheap, takes a lot of the guesswork out things. I've seen a number of well reviewed cheaper intelligent chargers on Amazon including one by Lloydtron. I find these batteries recharge in about 5/6 hours using my charger.
In terms of performance I've found these Amazon Basic AA cells to be fine - they last an acceptable time in the appliances I've tried them in and have a good immunity to temperature changes.Read more ›
Why? It turns out that although there is an ANSI standard for the size of batteries, there can be some allowable variation in size. If you've only ever used alkaline batteries, then you probably won't have some across this problem - they all seem to conform to the same dimensions. Rechargeable batteries - well some don't. Some are a little bit fatter (they're allowed to be between 13.5 and 14.5mm, but it seems that most equipment is built to accommodate the slimmer end of that scale. Worse, in the case of the Maplin ones, the positive battery terminal only protrudes 1mm on the end cap - which means that in the battery casings of a large number of items that I own the battery terminal isn't able to make contact. On these Amazon batteries the positive terminal protrudes 1.75mm, and they fit everything. The diameter of the battery is also on the slimmer end of the tolerances, so they don't get stuck in equipment. So to summarize: "THESE BATTERIES FIT WELL", which becomes important once you realise that not all batteries do!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've bought 28 of these in the past 8 months, had to throw out 5 of them so far as they stopped working. You can do the math, you get what you pay for.Published 21 hours ago by LD4L
love that these come pre charged. last a good length of time in my microphones also.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I've had these for a couple of years now and they are still going strongPublished 7 days ago by Drazzic
While initially these batteries seemed great, after little use they started to be failing. I have a conditioning battery charger that tests & displays the actual battery capacity,... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Nick
I use these for xmas fairy lights. A couple of them wouldn't recharge.Published 10 days ago by j.todd