Power2000

Power2000 AA Rechargeable Batteries, Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH), 2950mAh, Pack of Four

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3.8

(based on 81 reviews)

63%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (38)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (20)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (12)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Value

I use these Batteries in a Nikon Coolpix L120

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Low capacity

After breaking in these batteries, they consistently cycle at about 2200-2350mah of discharge with after a 30 min wait from a full charge using professional chargers. This is with very high and cycling chargers that are accurate. I can't see these batteries lasting more than 6 months when used heavily in a SB-800/900 or 580EX/EXII. My SB-900 and SB-600's recycle faster with old PowerBase 2800's that now only hold around 1700mah and are several years old. All in all, they are cheap NiMH's. ...

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After breaking in these batteries, they consistently cycle at about 2200-2350mah of discharge with after a 30 min wait from a full charge using professional chargers. This is with very high and cycling chargers that are accurate. I can't see these batteries lasting more than 6 months when used heavily in a SB-800/900 or 580EX/EXII. My SB-900 and SB-600's recycle faster with old PowerBase 2800's that now only hold around 1700mah and are several years old. All in all, they are cheap NiMH's. They do the job, but not overly well.

Reviewed by 81 customers

 
4.0

Quick refress time used in Nikon SB 700

By

I use these in my Speedlight. They are rated at 2900 mAh instead of the usual 2300-2400 so why not get a higher power rating for the same price. I've had good luck with these so far.

 
5.0

Power2000 Batteries/Charger

By

I was not sure at first, but after using them at a wedding, I am very happy to say that I love them!!! They're awesome!! I've used others and they disappointed me. Love these!

 
5.0

Excellent product

By

Quick turnaround time for these batteries which makes them great for my flash photography!

 
5.0

Best power for a rechargable

By

These have more power than most other rechargeables. They are the only rechargeable that would power Tickle Me Elmo. Sounds funny, but it's true! :)

 
5.0

plenty of power

By

great charger for both AA and AAA batteries fast cycle time and ability to charge 2 or 4 batteries at once.

 
5.0

Battery Pack

By

I was happy to get this in the combo pack. I was looking for an additional charger. I thought it would be cheap. Wrong. It is a good heavy duty charger. Thanks.

 
4.0

Great batteries

By

Great batteries. Good price and value

 
5.0

good deal

By

works great with the charger that came with my flash

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great set for this price

By

I use these in my Canon Speedlite. I've seen sets in a local Department Store for the same price with 1000 less mAH.

 
5.0

Long Lasting

By

Best batteries I have ever used. Will not use any other batteries on a shoot. never have to worry about a power failure with my flashes.

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Anuruddha R  Is this compatible with EN-MH2 ?
RICHARD P  I do not know. I have used my batteries only as a set., not in combination with any others. I believe that standard practice is to not mix battery types.
Anuruddha R  Thanks Richard, but my problem is I have a Nikon L820 and its manual says to use only EN-MH2 rechargeable Ni-MH batteries not EN-MH1. So is this EN-MH1 or EN-MH2 type? Thanks
Anuruddha R  Is this compatible with EN-MH2 ?
RICHARD P  I do not know. I have used my batteries only as a set., not in combination with any others. I believe that standard practice is to not mix battery types.
Anuruddha R  Thanks Richard, but my problem is I have a Nikon L820 and its manual says to use only EN-MH2 rechargeable Ni-MH batteries not EN-MH1. So is this EN-MH1 or EN-MH2 type? Thanks
Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
FELIX V  I have gotten good use out of two other sets that i have.
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