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Panasonic Eneloop Pro AAA Ni-MH Batteries 4-Pack $19.75/ $17.78 (S&S) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon

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Panasonic AAA High-Capacity Ready-to-Use Ni-MH Rechargeable Eneloop Pro Batteries, 4-Pack (BK-4HCCE/4BT)

  • Panasonic rechargeable battery for everyday use
  • Outstanding capacity, ideal for high drain devices
  • Even after 10 years storage eneloop batteries still hold up to 70 percent charge
  • Eneloop batteries can be recharged 100's of times saving you money
  • Well suited to high energy consumption needs such as digital cameras and gaming consoles

For some reason, if you prefer normal Eneloop, it's available for similar price $19.80 / $ 17.82 (S&S):
https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01NA8IFFE/

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  • +12 votes

    Are these actually better than the Ikea ones?

    EDIT:

    Quick google, and several flashlight, camera, and hobby forums all say "no".
    Both Eneloop and Ikea LADDA are made by FDK, and simply have different sleeves.

    So much better value to grab the ikea cells.

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      Maybe the old ladda that were made in Japan… Now all I can find are the made in China ones.

      • +8 votes

        No, other way around.

        Old Ladda were NOT made by FDK and if you look at camera flash 'recycle' tests, greatly outperformed eneloops.

        Since 2016 however, they are now also made by FDK, and perform 1:1 with eneloops.

        Further research suggests very little if any difference between made in japan, and made in china FDK batteries.

        They're a pretty big company; its probably like many where they supply the spec, and the factory follows it, as opposed to a different rebrand supplied.

        You also have to consider what a made in sticker needs to meet requirements;

        For example, 'made in Germany' needs a headquarters, and a design team/patent be german owned; the assembly can be done anywhere.

        Japan has similar laws; the "made in Japan" ones could well be assembled elsewhere.

        We are spoilt by having "Australian made" mean it was all done here.

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          These are Pro. Any difference with Ladda (non Pro… Max:)?

          • +1 vote

            @taki: Youtube has some great real world comparisons to look up; but in short the good news is 'no' :)

        • +3 votes

          This does not seem to be correct, at least regarding German requirements.

          Source: http://www.parchim-airport.com/upfiles/Guide%20to%20Made%20i...

          Requirements for „made in Germany“
          A product “Made in Germany” must fulfil the following requirements:
          Those services and components which are crucial to the quality and valuation of the goods must have been per- formed or manufactured in Germany.
          The description “Made in Germany” is not justified by simply assembling parts that have been prefabricated abroad, carry- ing out a final inspection or labelling the goods in Germany. On the other hand, some parts or components of an indus- trial product may certainly be supplied from abroad, but the essential parts of the final product must always originate in Germany.
          A significant refinement may justify the description “Made in Germany”, but here too the above statement still applies: the refinement must be crucial to the quality and valuation of the product.

          • +1 vote

            @outofgamut: Correct, I said the other way.

            The final assembly can be done elsewhere.

            For example; most "made in germany" knife brands, send blank stamped metal to China, to be sharpened, heat treated, and assembled.

            The argument is the "german steel" is what makes it.

            I know this for fact, because they're quite honest when you ask directly, and i contacted several brands who told me the same, for christmas gifts.

    • +5 votes

      This is convenient if you don’t have an IKEA nearby. I took a look at the LADDA batteries, but IKEA wants to charge $9 for delivery.

      • +1 vote

        This. Delivery to NT used to be a ludicrous $70 and now is not available at all.

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        If you want sign up new account each time use the coupon new member for delivery fee

  • +4 votes

    Subscribe and save set to monthly. Thanks!

    • +5 votes

      Assuming you didn't set up S&S just for the initial discount, the S&S price is not going to be the same monthly. You will be charged again whatever the price is prior to them shipping it out. All it is, is an auto order for whatever the price is in the future (in your case, monthly). Any reason why you would need to S&S for rechargeable batteries btw (unless you are just doing it for the initial discount)?

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        Spot on. That's the 'amazing' feature of the S&S
        You may ended up paying … more

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        Because you set the term to 6mths then cancel the S&S later.

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        I’m keen to know why it’s eligible for S&S too. I suspect it’s an oversight…

    • +1 vote

      You know you can recharge these?

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    Wish they were AA, I don't think I have any devices that use AAA batteries

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    Decent charger for these?

    • +3 votes

      Nitecore d4 is excellent. Super fast charge heaps of options and lasts for ever. Also the charger that comes with eneloop 4 pack is very solid as well

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        Any of them on sale? I couldn't find on OZB any one recently on sale

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          Nitecore d4 for $40 is pretty good. I don't think it is a sale price however.

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          You could also try the liitokala lii-402 which is half this price on ebay as per comment below ours. They are supposed to be pretty good also.

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            @XxAiDsTaRxX: Thanks. Is that this one? https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/283487099803
            I have a doubt that with a 5V micro-USB input, how long would it take to charge 4AA batteries? I have a charger from Ikea which uses micro-USB, only 2 battery slots, but it takes ages charge

            • +1 vote

              @Averell: Hi sorry mate was super busy gaming and forgot about checking back for another comment. Depends on if you want a super fast charger or not. My d4 seems quick enough though it isn't 1 hour to fully charge 4 aa eneloop. I can't remember the times.

              Here is a very in-depth review on this charger. I find there is really awesome write ups on Amazon aswell under eneloop or charger your after. Here is the review of your curious.i hope 9t helps.

              https://budgetlightforum.com/node/58909

    • +1 vote

      I use a LiitoKala Lii-500

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      Last night I got the liitokala lii-402 charger on special from ebay

      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/253991166628

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        What was the on sale price? Still waiting for a good deal on a charger.

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          It is $18.31, it's been cheaper in deals posted on here in the past but for now it's an ok price I guess

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    Thanks for the heads up, I've got about 16 that need replacing (from 2011-2015) as I'm not getting the same amount of charge out of them. Not a complaint, it's just time for me to update. Why 16 ? I use 8 AA's in a rechargeable torch (fenix tk41… best torch I've ever owned), the rest are rotated between 3 Xbox controllers, a pc mouse and a Harmony remote.

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      Can shed some light on harmony remote ?

      • +1 vote

        Just an older Harmony 650, I haven't purchased a new one despite them being discontinued.

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      The slightly lower voltage should keep those LEDs functional for a long time.

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    Won't suit those without a store near them but I just ordered 1x AAA and 1x AA (both 4 packs) from DigiDIRECT with free in-store pick up.

    Total $37.52 after applying the $10 newsletter sign up coupon.

    I believe postage is free with $49+ spend.

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    Standard Eneloops also on sale at Catch.com.au

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/624077

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    You can also get $20 off $60 at catch with latitudepay

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    Is anyone here using these batteries? Is it better than other brands in the market? Which would be the best charger that can charge these batteries quickly?

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      These are considered one of the best. I have had a Maha smart charger for 10+ years. Still works as it did when I bought it. It has a soft and rapid charge mode I believe. It charges 8 batteries.

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    can someone suggest a decent charger that can do 8 batteries at once? Thanks

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      Maybe have a look at miboxer 8 Bay smart charger. It seems to be pretty good its on Amazon is and you can send it to Australia.

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        I was thinking the same but I thought the SkyRC Mc3000 will allow 2x AA cells per bay.
        My old OPUS BT-C3100 died earlier this year and am still waiting to pull a trigger on a replacement charger.

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    Great batteries, just ordered 4 packs of it for my lego haha