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EBL 20 Pack AAA Rechargeable Batteries $28.89 + Delivery ($0 with Prime / $39 Spend) @ EBL Official-AU Amazon AU

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Pack of 20 AAA 1100mAh Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
EBL batteries can be recharged up to 1200 times when fully or partially drained
Improved low self discharge makes it still maintain 75% of capacity after 3 year of non-use
Batteries come pre-charged and can be used immediately out of the package
Batteries are great for use in household devices such as digital cameras, toys, remote controls,hand held games,2-way radios, PDAs, flashlights,alarm-clocks,LCD-TVs, Toothbrushes, Shavers and portable audio players

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    Are they as good as Ikea's ?

  • +1 vote

    Anyone use these before?

  • +7 votes

    They are bit thicker than Eneloops, so wont fit in my Remote for telly, not as good as Eneloop. Charging takes a lot longer. Sometimes shows over 3300ma on one of my chargers. Not the best.

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    4-6 years ago, i wanted to import ebl batteries, but its absolutely unprofitable at $1 per battery

  • +2 votes

    Can we get some eneloop deals around here? It's like Bitcoin took their place as currency.

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    I have these but can't really comment on performance. I was using them for my Lego Technic power up functions but never properly checked longevity. They seem to work ok as far as I can tell. I have both the AA and AAA

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    They do not send AAAA rechargables in australia WHY???

    Last time had to buy from bloody USA from a doggy shipping courier redirecting company

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      eBay has some located in Australia

      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/222639368898

      • +1 vote

        they are cheap rubbish not really a good brand like EBL, Odec or some other brands

        Plus looking at the positive terminal of this one it cannot be used everywhere because it is not raised enought (At least not in photos)

        the 1 star review on the same website shows the point clearly

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          Edit nevermind … Located in USA even though they have AU in link …

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            @cute as ducks: yes mate and did you have a look at the total price like 41 AUD, for an item that costs like 9.99 USD or less in US. Its crazy, thats why imported this stuff, along with a laptop from USA a couple years ago

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      Jaycar sells a 2 pack for $6.95.
      Can't comment on them, was going to try a set but ended up pulling apart an old alkaline 9V, cells still had 1.3V in them so worked fine for my stylus.

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        Yes the jaycar ones seem decent

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        9V has AAAA inside? I have an unused NiMH 9V - googling

        the cells in a 9V battery are not AAAA cells; they are LR61 cells, which are 39 mm long and 7.8 mm in diameter. They can, however, be used in place of AAAA cells in some devices.

        [email protected] Will rip it open for our styluses … nah, it has rectangular cells stacked inside.
        But tried a Duracell, and bingo! 6xLR61 inside.
        Does it work with Varta 9V?

        • +1 vote

          Yeh not all have them, and they are slightly shorter than AAAA but work ok with the spring loading. Just note they are usually reversed polarity, the casing is positive.

          I haven't opened a Varta, I had a Woolies Chevron, cells have strips spot welded together, and an Energizer which had loose cells.

          Blue cells are from the Chevron, others are the Energizer

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            @bamzero: Thanks. It took a while, but i figured out the polarity problem, and came back to comment on it :-)

            Those AAAA were starting to get expensive, but problem solved.

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      Jaycar sells them, took me ages to find them. My stylus is bluetooth so they don't last all that long…

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    These are 1100mAh not the typical ~2200mAh like Eneloops / LADDA (I think LADDA has a ~1100mAh version too?)

    • +5 votes

      These are AAA. I don't think there are 2200mAh for these size but I could be wrong.

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    Got these when they were $33 to supplement my Turnigy 900mAh ones. Working well so far.

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    Why do u need 20 if they are rechargable lol

    • +3 votes

      Different devices, obviously

    • +11 votes

      I guess you don't have kids? :P

    • +1 vote

      I have more than 60 eneloop batteries so 20 is really nothing.

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    Does anyone know where these are made?

    • +2 votes

      Made in China.

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    https://www.reviewgeek.com/30001/the-best-rechargeable-aa-an...
    If you’re trying to get the most out of your high power electronics, then you should grab some of EBL’s rechargeable AAA batteries. They have a 1,100 mAh capacity, and EBL claims that they can endure 1,200 recharge cycles.

    Just keep in mind that these EBL batteries have a high self-discharge rate. They’ll lose their charge after a few months in storage, or even a few months in a low-power electronic (like a TV remote). We suggest using them for electronics that can run through a set of batteries in a single week or month, like cameras, musical instruments, and retro game consoles. That way, you’ll make the most of their high capacity without getting bit by their discharge rate.

    hmmmm I'll pass. I just want to pull my Ikea batteries out the cupboard and they work after a year or so (up to 5 years), these ones seem to go flat, so enjoying charging them every 3 months

  • +2 votes

    I have a set of these but my nitecore d4 doesn't charge them, let alone recognise them. Tried jiggling then around a bit and making sure the contacts meet etc.

    Throw them into Eneloop rapid charger and they charge no worries though.

    Would not buy more.

  • +1 vote

    I have these batteries, charge barely holds.. not a good buy.. go for decent brands instead..

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      Maybe you got fakes? Where did you buy? They should be LSD.

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    Comes up as $35.99?