expired Panasonic Eneloop Pro Batteries AA / AAA 4pk $15.96, 8pk $29.96 + Del ($0 with eBay Plus) @ Shopping Square eBay

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  • +10 votes

    Yay more eneloops!

  • +8 votes

    15$ for a delivery? I will pass

  • +6 votes

    I've had issues lately with SS and Apus Auctions when they send things via standard postage to parcel lockers. Items never arrive. I get heaps of normal letter sized items to my parcel locker as well.

    Happened on PS4 games from Apus Auctions and recently on the 2x 4 pack eneloop deal from SS.

    In both instances had a fake australia post (apus auctions) or startrack number (ss) provided as tracking details on the item. When queried, told was sent via standard postage and that the tracking numbers are incorrect.

      • +11 votes

        Apus Corporation PL (ShopingSquare's brand owner) is a 100% Australian owned company and based in Sydney. More than 95% of our items are shipped from Australia.

        • +4 votes

          I can vouch for this. Met DC at Cebit many years ago (maybe 2010 or earlier?) bought a few things from them that day and have on a number of occasions since. They’re based right here in Sydney!

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          Thanks danilochan.

          Agree SS/ApusAuctions etc are all Australian based. Does not change the lack of sending items or providing fake tracking numbers. Disappointing service.

          Still never got a decent answer as to why the fake tracking numbers were supplied.

          Shopping square: 62562948 (Startrack)
          Apus Auctions: TMP1969000403000384852096 (Austpost) and TMP1969000403000384859095 (Australia Post).

          I'm based in Sydney, none of these items were going anywhere near me.

          • +2 votes

            @MorriJ: They provide fake tracking numbers for many different reasons such as (but not limited to):

            • to make people think items are traceable (when they are not) when they receive them. This reduces the number of people lodging item undelivered in eBay e.g. theft

            • it can also be used as a stall tactic making people think items are being tracked when they have not either been delivered yet or never sent to begin with or did not have a tracking id e.g. large letter postage which rarely has registered post/tracking number

            Believe it or not it does deter these types of claims. Some people give more time for items to arrive resulting in less item not arrived claims. Some people also simply forget about it or right it off as a lose without making a claim and blaming the seller

        • +2 votes

          Apus auction and Shopping Square is the same business: Zapals. How do I know this? One one my ebay transaction paid by PayPal was recorded as Zapals.com for an item purchased from Apus auction. Zapals is a Chinese company. I have purchased from Zapals, China as well….some low value items.
          The tracking number was also fake as per conversation in the thread. The real tracking number was provided only after I lodged a dispute with eBay. I then received the item in an Express Post envelope.

  • +1 vote

    need a good charger for eneloops anyone have a recommendation?

  • +1 vote

    Oh no… envelop deal again

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    Eneloop pro FTW!

  • +2 votes

    They sent me an extra 48 eneloop pro batteries from last time and wanted me to return them. They are not getting them back.

    • +11 votes

      Out of curiosity did they not offer to pay return freight, or are you publicly acknowledging your dishonesty?

      • +5 votes

        I haven't been dishonest. I asked them what sort of compensation will be provided given I have not received a set of eneloop botanic series as was listed. They never bothered to provide a satisfactory answer and I told them if they want them they can come to my place to get them.

        • +3 votes

          Yeah they didn't send me any eneloop pros last time. Claimed they did, suspect they ran out and just didn't send.

          Kindly provided a startrack tracking number though, wasn't real though.

        • +4 votes

          Maybe I have the story wrong. This is what I picture from your comments. You received $200+ worth of batteries which you didn't pay for. They asked you to return them but you refused because you think you're entitled to something given they didn't fulfill your order? How much did you pay for the botanic series?

          • +12 votes

            @Possumbly: Why are you on their side? Look at the people they screwed over in the comments section. They had a buy one get one free for the botanic series. It was around $26. Given eBay's policy of not listing items you don't have in stock, they misled me thinking I would be getting botanic series batteries. I am not 'entitled' to the batteries. I have told them to come and collect it and offer me some sort of compensation for the weeks of f***ery. I am not going to be inconvenienced by them for their lack of responsiblity as a seller to offer the item they listed, and not checking orders they send out. They expect the buyer to 'hold their hand' to resolve the issue which was their own doing.

            If I return them, they will be at square one as if nothing has happened which is BS while I wasted weeks thinking I'll get the botanic series batteries and receiving NOTHING for the debacle.

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              @PlushToys:

              and offer me some sort of compensation for the weeks of f***ery.

              I agree..I assume you've spent hours with your legal team, been unable to sleep, or do your job during this stressful time over some batteries.

            • -6 votes

              @PlushToys: I could mention two wrongs etc and the fact that what you've done is (appears to be) illegal but I doubt you'd get it. People rationalise (ie excuse) their actions all the time, your effort is extraordinary I'll give you that.

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              @PlushToys: Not sure what's more disconcerting. The vision of you in your counting house counting out your ill-gotten batteries each night or the dozen who think your actions and attitude are okay. Pretty much sums up what's wrong with this country. Entitlement, and no basic concept of what constitutes basic honesty.

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      you're making me feeling stupid for returning the extra Xiaomi Purifier 2S back to Gearbite. :((

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        you shouldn't. Honest seller like Gearbite deserves respect from buyer. Dodgy seller, on the other, should learn some lesson.

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    BEWARE: These could be a 08-2018 batch.

  • +1 vote

    OMG looopies ……. must resist …. must buy ty. :-)

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    Recharge 500 times, pass

    • +3 votes

      How much do 2000 disposable batteries cost? I checked and it is about $600ish for low quality no name brand. Not to mention the landfill.

      Do other rechargeable batteries have more than 500 cycles? I doubt I have gone through personally 2000 batteries in my lifetime. I can't see myself recharging eneloops 500 times before I lose them

    • +7 votes

      After 20% discount comes to $33.96 for 8x AA. Price per battery: $4.245.
      500x recharge = 0.00849c per recharge.
      Normal Energizer Max battery during Woolies 50% sale: $12 for 16 pack = 0.75c per battery.
      So it works out 88.33x cheaper.

      I have over a hundred Eneloop batteries bought throughout the years (the ones that can recharge 2000 times), yeh they work out better value but biggest gripe is they don't have the juice. The Pros are the only one that can handle some heavy demand items.

      IKEA Ladda 2450 (rebadged Eneloops) come out at $29.98, so about $3.98 cheaper than these branded ones.

      Anyone know if there are ANY differences between LADDA 2450 and these Pros?

      • +1 vote

        Good calculations.

        Just bringing to your attention that the 8 packs in this deal end up being $29.96 so 2 cents cheaper than the Ladda you are quoting ($5 off from seller plus PAPA20 stacked)

        I'll get the Ikea ones next time I visit.

  • +1 vote

    I bought some back when they were made by Sanyo and made in Japan, I hear that they stopped making them in Japan when Panasonic bought them out and are not as good, I wonder if this is true?

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    Thanks OP picked up a few. Bargain

  • +5 votes

    Am i missing something?!?!?! 15$ delivery for 16$ product (4xAA after discount)?

    would you call it a deal!?!…lol…maybe there is something i can't see :/

    I can order the same for around 27$ with free delivery.

  • +1 vote

    Isn't Ladda manufactured from the same Japaneese factory selling 4 for $7.99 at IKEA a better option ?

  • +1 vote

    Havent bought Eneloops for a while, thanks for the bargain!

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    Is Ladda not as good?

  • +1 vote

    I loaded up on Ladda packs 2450mah/900mah earlier in Feb before the price hike 4xAA/AAA for $7.99 and they are similar to these manufactured in Japan . Have been going strong with consistent recharges . If not for my massive stash I would go for these . Should be handing my badge down - don’t even own one Eneloop ! ( profanity)

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    My $1 investment in Ebay Plus looks good now….

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    (profanity) excellent timing. I was pretty close to buying a bunch of my game controllers the other day. Lucky i held out until now.

  • +1 vote

    Kinda scummy for ebay to require me to sign up for their "free" trial with Paypal so they can automatically bill be at the end if i forget to cancel…

  • +1 vote

    The man, the myth, the eneloop..

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    Are we still using Eneloops over the Ikea Ladda batteries? Aren't they the same battery and currently only $6.99 for a 4 pack?

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      No. They increased in price see above comments

    • +1 vote

      Have you read the comments above?
      You are sounding like a broken record.

      • -1 vote

        Lol, I don't read the comments!

        I did check online before I posted though, unfortunately I didn't notice that I was looking at the US website, doh!

        That's a bummer though, lucky I stocked up a few months ago then, I won't need any more for a few years at least.

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    Good price, but need the slow release versions for my pixel pal

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    Bought my first eneloop, now need a charger.

  • +1 vote

    For AAA size, the hobbyking turnigy may be a better deal, 1.23$ per battery. AA still ok price of 2.45$. The delivery will cost more. I used both hobbyking and eneloops and found them comparable to normal eneloop version, not pro (less capacity but more recharge cycles).

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      I find the HK ones getting too hot when charging using eneloop charger (I have tried both the slow and quick charger). Quality wise eneloop anyday. HK ones are not bad either, they are definitely worth their money!

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      I agree, the Hobby King Batteries are excellent, I've got a heap of them over the years and so far they have been awesome, I use them in everything.
      I've had to throw out the occasional failed eneloop but I don't think i've had a failure on the HK's that i remember. Never understood how these get so little love compared to eneloops.

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    Not sure if this has been covered but can you make 2 separate payments to claim the $5 off each item?

    I tried 1xAA and 1xAAA pack in cart and it's only $5 off the whole order.

    Just wondering if we can process 2 separate orders before I purchase as the difference is about +$3.9x if bought together and I may just get 1 pack for now.

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