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Eneloop Pro AA/AAA 4pk $17.50 + Delivery @ Bing Lee

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50% off Panasonic batteries.

AAA: https://www.binglee.com.au/panasonic-bk-4hcce4bt-aaa-eneloop...

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    china or Japan?

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      Japan

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    *Discount applied when added to cart

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    $6 shipping to all the capital city postcodes I tried.

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    How’s this compare with ladda battery from ikea selling for 10.49?

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      Ladda are far better value.

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        Depends what price you put on your time having to go to IKEA vs delivered to door with a few clicks.

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          Ikea also deliver.

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            @crc32: For $9 to my suburb vs $0 from Prime

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              @cook99: Depends what price you put on your time having to go to IKEA vs delivered to door with a few clicks.

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                @crc32: Okay IKEA offers a few clicks, and with delivery cost is far worse value than Eneloop through Amazon.

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      Based on comments in this thread they're identical to the pros, and Ladda are also made in Japan.

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      The Laddas hold more charge ("have more electricity inside them") but these Eneloop Pros can discharge faster, so they're good for things that need power delivered quickly.

      In my case I've got a headlamp that fades too quickly if you feed it standard Eneloops/Laddas - it keeps glowing, just at a reduced brightness, as it can't drain the battery fast enough.

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        Nominal capacity: Eneloop Pro (up to) 2500 mAh > Ladda 2450 mAh

        Candlepower? tests show they are very similar iirc.

        Edit: just checked and found one limited test which confirms your comment - for low load discharge

        mAh Capacity – LADDA – Eneloop Pro
        — 0.1A load – 926 mAh – 903 mAh
        — 0.2A load – 925 mAh – 901 mAh
        — 0.5A load – 863 mAh – 888 mAh
        — 1.0A load – 588 mAh – 634 mAh

        Wh Capacity – LADDA – Eneloop Pro
        — 0.1A load – 1.153 Wh – 1.131 Wh
        — 0.2A load – 1.137 Wh – 1.103 Wh
        — 0.5A load – 0.013 Wh – 1.051 Wh
        — 1.0A load – 0.614 Wh – 0.658 Wh

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      Where are the Ladda's $10.49??

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        at your local ikea? But depends on the store. Just search ladda on the site u will see the discussion.

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      $13 for the AAA
      $15 for the Aa for me at Ikea, Rhodes.

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    Thanks OP, placed an order and also charger came 50% off… thanks again…

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    I’m only here for the Ladda comments

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    Don't forget 4% cashback with cashrewards

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      I purposely forget

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    sorry a bit off topic, but does anyone happen to know if Ladda is on sale at Ikea springvale?

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    Panasonic AAA Eneloop Pro, Made in Japan. $17.78 delivered

    FREE One-Day
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      You beat me to it!

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      $19.75 unless I subscribe

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        Subscribe, product ships, cancel subscription.

        This is the way.

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    Best place to get a charger?

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    are these the same size as normal batteries or larger? the IKEA LADDA batteries are great but so annoying that theyre just so slightly larger than normal batteries

    edit: the size of the rechargeable batteries are definitely different right? I'm not going crazy here am I?

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      Think you're going crazy. Rechargeables can have a slightly lower voltage which does affect some devices, but that's it.

      Physically they should be same size to conform to ANSI standard.

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_battery_sizes

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        Eneloops and Ladda can be slightly larger than some AA's. For instance Energizer state theirs can be as short as 49.5mm. https://data.energizer.com/PDFs/E91.pdf Eneloop's are 50.4mm. https://eneloop101.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/HR-3UTGB.p... They usually fit, there's not much difference in size, barely a mm. In over a decade of using Sanyo, Panasonic Eneloops I've only recently had a single issue where it was too big. They are at the upper end of the allowed tolerance of AA, so if you have a device that isn't quite up to spec they might not fit.

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          Good to be validated. I don't often have the issue of them being too big so not a big issue

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            @greater mimic: Yeah many into radio control gear and other hobbies like that will be quick to tell ya :)
            For me it was a lucky cat with a waving arm that had me scrambling for my first alkaline in years aha.

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            @greater mimic: That's what she said 😉

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          I stand corrected. Not sure how they can get away with that. Thanks for the post.

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            @b2dz: I wonder if it's voltage related… otherwise yeah no idea. At lease for game controllers they fit fine, but surprisingly for IKEA clocks they are a very snug fit

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    $16.95 delivered on eBay

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    Deal still active

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    Showing $35? How is it active?

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      Price shown in checkout after adding to cart.

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        Yep, as the OP highlighted. Unfortunately some people can't be bothered reading before commenting.

        Just picked my order up. Deal is STILL ACTIVE if anyone's interested.

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    Thanks , picked up 12 x AA and 4 x AAA , great batteries , will last for years.

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    hmmm. do I get these or hold out for the non-pros. Using them for night lights so I don't need the pros.