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[Prime] Eneloop AA/AAA 4 Pack $14.99 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Amazon Prime Day deal

Prime only offer

4 pack of Eneloop AA for $14.99
Max of 3 packs per Prime membership.
AAAs are the same price, both pro and regular
Reg AAA link: https://www.amazon.com.au/Panasonic-BK-4MCCE-4BA-Ni-MH-Batte...
Pro AAA link: https://www.amazon.com.au/Panasonic-AAA-Ni-MH-High-Capacity/...

Great deal if you can't get to Ikea to buy LADDA

Prices were better when Dick Smith was going under, but my flux capacitor is broken

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.
This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2021

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    AAAs are the same price.

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      Thanks. Post updated
      Both Pros and regular AAA are $14.99

  • +2 votes

    People in SA might want to check this deal out. Higher capacity as well but won't deliver.

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    Which is better value- Pros or regulars? Both are $14.99.

    • +1 vote

      IMHO depends on where used - pro's supply higher output but have a shorter lifespan.

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        I have no idea about this stuff. Which would be better for a google chrome remote?

        • +1 vote

          Regular - longer battery life

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            @Poseidon: Agree - any remote should be low power needed so for that regular is the definite choice. At a guess hi draw would be things with a motor/many moving parts

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          Thanks guys! :)

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      Pros provide higher capacity but shorter lifetime.

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    Thanks OP

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    same as the $7.99 Ikea Lada batteries yeah?

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      Unless I'm mistaken they are 14.99 or 9.99 with the ikea membership card.

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        It's showing as $12.99 for me when I'm signed in

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    Would eneloops work in solar lights or do they require their own charger ?

    • +3 votes

      Assuming your solar lights use NiMH batteries, then they would be fine. Some solar lights have moved to Lithium rechargable instead.

      I would suggest getting cheaper NiMH cells for this application however as solar lights abuse the batteries and they do not last more than a couple of years. The charging circuitry is pretty basic and can overcharge during full sun, especially in Australia.

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    Would you be better off with the Eneloop Pro if using mainly for game controllers?
    Are the aa pros at $18.99 a reasonable deal still?

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    The regular white ones are great for Xbox controllers, while I didn't count hours my first 2 normal Eneloops lasted about 6 weeks

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    EBL has good reviews and it is cheaper too.
    https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B011KYJ9MY/

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      Does anyone have experience with EBL?
      Also curious, why AA price is so much more expensive?

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        I wouldn't mind knowing this too. How they compare. Also, how do the Laddas compare?

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    Can anyone recommend a charger for these batteries? Something that is not too expensive, or could you maybe give me the cheaper option charger and then also an expensive option charger? I've missed out on buying Eneloops numerous times, I really would like to buy some this time around.

    • +1 vote

      Go for a smart charger like this: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/631647

      I have a Nitecore D4 as couldn't wait for the Panasonic to go on special again.

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        Wow, just had a quick look at that Nitecore D4 and it looks amazing. Where do you buy that from? Is it ever on special?

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        Hi, not sure if you got that previous message. What does the Nitcore cost, and where is a good place to purchase it from?

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          Just off Ebay - I think I paid around $40. Note that it isn't the fastest charger on the market, neither is it the slowest. Lots of reviews on line and youtube.

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            @Dc80: Thanks. I don't think I need the fastest charger. I would probably like the easiest to use that also prolongs the life of the batteries. Is the seller you bought from still selling them?

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              @Ice009: Yes there are plenty of sellers on Ebay selling them. Just search for "Nitecore D4".

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      Costco has an ongoing deal for 4AA 4AAA and an eneloop charger for about $45.

      I had trouble with a clock that I thought was not working, put in a eneloop and it lasts for a year.

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      Do you need a special charger to charge these?

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        No, as long as it's capable of taking on AA/AAA as a size it'll do………….. but a smart charger with individual charging points (ie one controllable place per battery) is best - make sure it can trickle charge when battery is fully charged which will prolong battery life. Google is your friend on this wide subject. You will find a smart charger will be more expensive than an ordinary one BUT you will get that back over the long term in not ruining batteries early. DO NOT GO EL CHEAPO HERE.

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    I think I have an Eneloop addiction, grabbed another 8 AAA pros during the 12% Cash Rewards bonus.

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    Can anyone recommend good value nimh aa batteries for solar lights ?

    • +1 vote

      Solar lights presumably means a daily use cycle, so there's little benefit to getting LSDs (low self discharge). I've just got the cheapest i could find. Things like positioning the dollar cell to collect maximum sunlight will most likely have a much bigger effect on how many hours of light you get than your choice of battery brand.