I think this is pretty cheap for eneloop AAA rechargable batteries. I've been looking everywhere for these at a low price.
Shipping $4.95. May want to include that, since most people would need to know.
I like sparkly! :D
don't think so, Eneloop makes AAA in these colours and ShoppingSquare is not known to sell fake Eneloops
Pretty good…but I'll wait for 8 Pack for $20 inc postage.
where, pray tell, will you get that from?
My apologies, I just remembered the previous 2 DSE 8 pack for $20 delivered deals were for AA's.
Was a great deal.
Finally a AAA deal!! Thanks OP :D
Darn it. Two packs adds up to about $7.50 for shipping.
Come on DSE please beat this deal!
Out of stock
Me thinks me just bought the last 2 packs…. says sold out now.
Not sure if im going to get them but just purchased with confirmation
This has been sitting in my Amazon wishlist for a while. If you made a bulk purchase, this could be good as well. Is this product different to the one listed here?
According to the specs on Amazon, these look the same to me. Only difference is this one glitters ;)
My colleague said the same thing. The only time I see the bling with my AAs are when they're charging in my La Crosse BC-700
Should be legit. I bought 2 x AA Eneloops from ShoppingSquare when they previously had that deal.
Junglejumble, save us with a deal
Think they released a new generation. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eneloop
i think this is expensive… after the postage.
Here are the cheap ones !!!
advantage : FREE CASE, same 800mAH
disadvantage : NOT GLITTERING.. does it really matter?
or lite version 8 off no case
other than the dicksmith glitter 8 packs AAA free delivery, the best i can find cheap is on ebay…
Enjoy your probably fake Chinese knockoff Eneloops for marginally less money.
I've bought from this seller for AA eneloop. It looks okay from my LaCrosse charger. gandhi28152 has made a good point, why is s/he negged?!
Same, I've bought from lightnspace as well with no problems whatsoever! A 24% saving is not to be sneezed at, especially if you can wait a couple of weeks for delivery from Korea!
This would have been a great deal, but it's crippled significantly by SS outrageous shipping! :s
Not a good deal, $15 for 4 x AAA eneloops isnt worth it.
Also I have bought 3 packets (of AA's) from this eBay seller and they are legit, all are good on my MAHA C9000 and cross refrenced with images and other packets of eneloops I have bought from DSE and they are all genuine.
Even $10 (including shipping) for these I wouldn't call a deal as that is pretty much standard eBay price for real AAA eneloops.
yes, so do i… i have bought from them with no problem… considering the transaction on this particular item which you can check from the history, the percentage to received any defective product or broken case/package is low…
Does anyone else click on pretty much any deal that's been negged, just to see why it got negged?
I checked this out earlier but came back to see what it had received a neg.
only reason im here.. LOL
Negged because others have found a better deal, and to invite more people to check out the comments..
I found the Eneloop Lites from this supplier to be great value. Twice the batteries for less money!
8 AAA Lites for $13.50 delivered http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SANYO-eneloop-LITE-AAA-x-8-NiMH-R... etc
Most of my AAA use is in remote controls - which have very low drain, so a low discharge battery with lower Ahr is very suitable. 600mAhr Lites charge quicker, lighter, last longer (2000 charges), & cost less.
So unless you have a higher drain application needing the 800mAhr, AAA Eneloop Lites are better!
very cheap. but genuine? (at least imported/Asian version but as long as genuine is ok)
Read above comments about this seller - Eneloops seem genuine batteries & packaging, seller states is genuine, others have tested & say is genuine specs with this seller.
I am very happy with the AAA Eneloop Lites, & got my AA Eneloops from DS deal. (Little difference in capacity with AAA Lites, but AA Lites are much less capacity than full Eneloops.)
Cheers gandhi - just bought an 8 pack of AAs to see how they shape up (and they were about 25% than the competition at the moment!).
I don't agree with gandhi28152's neg, but the Korean eBay seller he mentioned might be worth a look. I took the $11 gamble a few weeks ago; the batteries arrived in two weeks and look like this (after I already opened the pack and took two out):
Haven't yet run them through a refresh on my La Crosse to see if there's anything odd about them, but I will do so and report back. Might take a few days since the refresh does quite a few charge/discharge cycles.
the one you received seem to be genuine Eneloop by the look of it.
just for reference:
the eBay Eneloop shown above are opened by Jabba the Hutt
at first I thought it was shipped like that, opened by seller,
but my doubt clears after reading Jabba's post, he put the packaging back! :D
Argh, silly me - the refresh had finished this morning for all cells but I cut the power to the recharger before recording the results. But basically, both the Dick Smith-bought and Korea-sourced AAAs had a capacity of just over 800mAH and similar voltage readings by the end of the refresh.
Why are rechargable AAA's always 1.2v?, alot of my devices will only work with regular alkaline 1.5v AAA's as they require the extra oomph to get started.
A lot of that difference is just labelling - the alkalines will start at 1.5V but can easily drop to 1.2V and below once half full. The NiMHs might start nearer to 1.4V fully charged, with less of a voltage drop than alkalines during use (until it's almost depleted, where the dropoff will be more sudden than an alkaline).
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