Panasonic Eneloop "AA" 2000 mAh Rechargeable Ni-MH Battery, 2100 Recharge Cycles(8 Pack)


About Panasonic AA

The best of both worlds
Combining the performance and convenience of dry cells with the cost-efficiency of rechargeable batteries, eneloop is the best choice for you and the environment.

Panasonic AA Features

  • Recharge up to 2,100 times and save real money: Although they might cost a little more than conventional dry cells, that initialpremium pays off with big savings in the long run eneloop batteries can be reused up to 2,100 times
  • Ready to use after five years in storage
  • Suitable for temperatures as low as -20°C
  • Pre-charged by solar energy
  • Nominal voltage of 1,2 V
  • Rating Capacity: 2000 mAh

Panasonic AA Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Best batteries. Great charger too.


from U.S.A.  -  Quality Oriented

Bought this product for use with my Xbox One controller/other high drain devices and they last a very long time. The charger works exceptionally well not just at this price point but at any price point. The charger charges each battery individually which optimizes the performance of each battery unlike the cheapy chargers you get with Energizer/Duracell which charge two baterries at a time so one battery will always get overcharged. The Panasonic charger also has a light indicator for each battery which let's you know if its charging or if its done. When it is done charging the charger will cut the charge off or at most leave a trickle charge as to not ruin the batteries by overloading them. I fully charged the batteries. Put them back in to charge and within a couple minutes the charger cut power and the battery cooled down which indicates the charger isn't loading them. Duracell and energizer chargers will keep loading the battery and they get hot which degrades the battery faster. Charges at 300mA which is good for the battery because it will charge each cell to the fullest and not overheat the batteries unlike those fast chargers. Also its not too low of a charge because if it's too low,say 200mA the charger can't detect when the battery is at capacity and it will keep charging it. Some might think that the charger is too slow but why complain when you can have a few sets charged and ready to go. One last thing. Don't bother buying those expensive Maha or Lacrosse chargers. Those were good for old technology NiCd batteries which had memory issues and needed to be conditioned every once in a while. These Eneloops NiMH batteries don't have memory despite what people say. Sanyo/Panasonic is a trusted company and they state these batteries don't suffer from memory. So again don't bother with expensive chargers. The Panasonic BQ-CC17 charger that it comes with is all you'll ever need.




from San Diego

Reliable, Long term use.


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Michael D  Can this rechargeable battery be used in the Nikon SB910 flash? If so what is the recommended charging unit for them?
MICHAEL B  I use them with my SB-800s all the time, and I don't see any reason to not use them with a 910. If you haven't used hydride batteries in the past, though, you should know that they store a hell of a lot of electricity, which is a good thing, but something to keep in mind if you're going to try 30 full power shots at high speed. (That's why Nikon had all the beefs about their units, especially the old 900, cutting off because of overheating.) As far as I know they can be recharged with any good charger. I'm using a regular 4-up Duracell 15 minute unit, which has a little fan in it to avoid overheating on the charging side. It could be that I'm charging the batteries too fast for their good health, but I've been using this system for a couple of years now without any failures. I probably charge once every two weeks. If I were a more punishing user of the batteries, I think I'd consider a slower but bigger charger. The Eneloops were, I think, the granddaddy of slow-discharge hydrides, and they definitely live up to their reputation. I can leave them dormant in the flash for a few weeks without worrying about them being flat when I need them. Also, the batteries I bought at least six years ago are still good.
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