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Panasonic Eneloop AAA 4pk Batteries $14.95 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


Panasonic Eneloop AAA 4pk Batteries $14.95 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

Subscribe & Save option also available @ $13.46

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  • Subscribe & save for another $1.50 off, total $13.45. Thanks OP, purchased.

    • Could you explain what is S & S ? thank you. I have gone to Amazon site, but still don't understand.
      How much it actually costs?

      • It's discounted of you sign up for automatic recurring orders. The price may change with each order though and you're free to cancel it at any time.

      • Subscribe & Save.

  • +3

    Eneloop Pro Batteries, 8-Pack Deal Price: $37.75 FREE One-Day

    • Thanks for this I added this to my list about a week ago and wasn't expecting to find a deal so soon.

  • +2
    • Got one. Thanks!

    • $25.30 now :(

  • +1

    Great deal, though why do people prefer eneloops to these?

    These seem to have 900mAh vs eneloops' 800mAh

    • +1

      Seem like Eneloops is a reputable brand and performs pretty decent.
      Beside capacity, things like low self-discharge rate and ability to hold charge after many cycles are important too.

      • Low self-discharge rate and ability to hold the charge after many cycles definitely supersede the battery capacity in terms of usability.

  • Thanks OP. Grabbed two packs of the AA.

  • +2

    Any recommendations for charger use for these batteries? Thx

    • Not sure if the nitecore d4 is still around but I'm still using this same charger from 6 years ago :)

    • +1

      Try can pick up a nitecore D4, brilliant charger.

      • Am I getting any benefit from the nitecore if I already have the Panasonic charger that comes with these?

        • Yes, the eneloop charger depending on the model runs hot and reviews say its dangerous, it's not a smart charger either it's a dummy charger on a timer and it doesn't actually tell you when the batteries are full. The nitecore also charges the batteries slowly and eneloop batteries like this type of charge. It takes me around 3 hours to charge two AA batteries. Fast charging your batteries ruins them. The nitecore will also test your batteries and let you know if there's a fault.

  • Catch had been selling the 8 x AAA/AA packs for $27. Great if you have Club Catch and also 3% CR.

  • These or Ladda?

    • Apparently these are the best of the best

      Are Ladda Ni-MH?

    • +1

      As long as the LADDAs are made in Japan, they should be just as good as Japanese made Eneloops and better than Chinese made Eneloops.

  • Where is the AAA link?

  • -1

    When you guys cancel the amazon subscription do you be honest and select 'I wanted the initial discount' lol

  • LADDA's are very similar to these and are very efficient for half the price. If you are looking for pro version, that is a different story.

    • Laddas are the same as these.

  • This question gets asked each time but I dont see a response, any deals on a charger?

  • Woke up and spent $50 on eneloop ..

    • +4

      That’s a productive day

  • +1

    So.. regular eneloop is 850mAh, Ladda is 900, and eneloop pro is 950.

    Does pro vs ladda make that much of a difference, is there another factor that I am missing out on?

  • Does anyone else have the issue with these batteries whilst being fully charged and having a voltage of around 1.3-1.2 volts the device will report a low battery? It's just annoying nothing else. You are left to manage when to recharging yourself. As the device is used to a drop from 1.6v to 1.0v (or whatever multiple of the batteries that are in series).

  • So, over the years there have been a number of rebranded versions.

    I recently tested some Sony rebranded versions that are about 14yrs old. These were capacity tested on my Liitokala Lii500. Stated nominal capacity is 2000mAh. Current capacity is 1757 mAh.

    Just over 10% decrease in capacity for batteries that will be old enough to vote in 4yrs time.

  • these deals expire way too fast

  • +1

    Damn - woke up too late again 😭

  • What do you guys think of the Varta version from Bunnings @ $13.50, 800mAh?

    • Yeah Varta batteries are great. I use a varta car battery in my Nissan and they are one of the best you can buy.

    • yeah much cheaper, they all do the same thing regardless of fancy brand name.

  • 8 packs on Catch for $27.20

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