Good batteries for various uses
Good batteries for various uses
I love this product! It is definitely worth the bit of extra money to buy rechargeable, the last way longer, reduce waste and work just as well! It is super easy to recharge them and they work just as well as any new battery. Why waste when you can recharge? I would definitely suggest this to my friends.
I am using the four pack battery for a while. I have no troubles and I am still with 50+ recycle's. Mostly I recommend use these low end type(1000mAh) for remotes, mouse, keyboard etc which uses light power. Its says its good for camera's but I don't think it can hold a lot of power. The advantages is these rechargeable are comparatively cheaper to other in similar categories. If it can reach 15 cycles, its a profit. The non rechargeable will cost around 10 for 10
First off Duracell is my favorite brand of battery to begin with. The fact that they make pre-charged rechargeable batteries only makes them more awesome. You save so much money with rechargeable batteries it is unbelieveable. Think about this, how many batteries do you buy in a year for the following devices: remotes, digital cameras, mp3 players, etc? Now what if you only had to buy those batteries once. When I used them for my digital camera a while back, it was a life saver because I was taking pictures for a very popular band, and this was a very important show, I just happened to purchase these new pre-charged rechargeable batteries, and I was able to keep switching out the batteries so that I didn't miss any shots. This worked out great because I was building their website at the time, and I had so pictures to work with. Thanks to this innovative design, I was able to charge batteries while I used batteries and switch them out never missing a picture.
Duracell has been around for neairly ninety plus years. Duracell is a great brand of batteries, that are very reliable. Duracell's Pre-Charged Rechargeable AA Batteries 4 Pack is not only a good price, but is also one of the most reliable batteries I've ever used. I've used their rechargable AA batteries in multiple devices such as MP3 Players, Remote Controls, Video Game Devices, Back Massagers, Video Game Controllers, Cameras, and a lot of other devices. I've tested other name brand batteries, and none of them seem to be as reliable as Duracell. I've compaired the charge time required, average lifespan, and the life before another charge is needed, and I can proudly say that out of all of the AA batteries I've tested, Duracell brand have always had the best results. Duracell is a trusted brand of batteries, and I would highly recommend picking yourself up a 4 pack of Duracell Rechargable batteries!
These are so far the best rechargeable batteries available in the market. Go for it folks; It holds the charge for a long time. I have a heavy use of this batteries on my camera and To tell you; I take a lot of pictures with my cam. The batteries are excellent and they last seriously long. It doesn't take much time for them to get recharged again and thats what promissing to me. I believe that for a brand like Duracell; It's not quite expensive. They have excellent build quality and nice for the heavy use, I prefer to use the Duracell charger it self to charge this batteries. You will be able to find the charger on amazon.com or so. Don't think much before buying it. I am completely satisfied with my product and you will feel that way too.
I received these Duracell Rechargeable batteries along with the charger as a gift. I had been burning through so many batteries because of my wii and camera so I decided this would not only be more economical, but better for the environment. These batteries come pre-charged which is great. The batteries normally take around 3 hours to recharge fully. The charger is easy to use. It charges both AA and AAA batteries. I'd like to note that when charging the AAA batteries, sometimes they pop out mid-charge. I'm not sure why they do this but I found that by placing a large Boba (asian tapioca drink) straw, cut to fit in the charger over and across the batteries, it keeps the batteries from popping out. It also has a USB port that you can connect your device to to charge while your batteries are charging. This comes in handy if you don't have the standard plug you use to plug into the wall. I've had these batteries for at least a few years now and although I have to admit they don't seem to hold their charge as long as they used to, I don't mind charging them more often. I bought a different set of rechargeable batteries from a different brand and these new ones don't seem to hold their charge as long as the old Duracell batteries.
I bought my first set of Duracell rechargeable batteries almost 4 years ago. The camera I had then used AA batteries, and would go through them in about 2 hours. I got tired of buying batteries every week so I decided to try rechargeables. I still have the first set I bought. When we got a Wii system, and then the Wii balance board, and started using them regularly, I filled them with regular AA batteries because that's all I had on hand. I started thinking about purchasing the wii remote charger, but that still left the balance board which would need four batteries on a regular basis. That's when it occurred to me that I should just get rechargeables. The next time I went shopping I picked up two four packs of the Duracell Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries, and it was game on! As batteries died, I replaced them all with the rechargeables, and now the whole system uses them. It's great that whenever they get low, I just pop them in the charger and the next time we want to play they are ready to use. They are more expensive than regular batteries, but well worth it in the end, and the inconvenience of needing a battery and not having one on hand is gone.
Like the title indicates, it's been a whole year and I'm still using the duracell precharged batteries. I've mainly been using it for my wireless mouse which I leave on 24/7. It requires a charge every 2-3 months. The range will start going down from 2-3 to 1-2 as time passes by. Either way I think it's a great save. Better than buying battery by packs. However if you do use it once, charge it and leave it there, it will leak. I think this happens to all batteries? Or perhaps I just haven't been treating mine correctly. Basically like all rechargeable batteries you got to keep using them or else they deteriorate. Final words, these batteries are worth the buy. It's usually between Duracell or Energizer for me. But Duracell has been known to be more cheaper than Energizer. This also goes for their precharged/rechargeable batteries. I recommend Duracell overall when compared to Energizer solely because of price.
If you still have electronics that require batteries, and really I only have a few myself these days, I don't know why you would want to use anything other than these. It's so nice and such a cost saver to be able to recharge these and use them again and again! If I was using regular batteries for my wii controllers, I would be spending loads of batteries. You do have to buy a recharging unit, but it's a on-time cost and a worthwhile investment. I've used Duracell batteries and also Energizer, and I feel the fthat ormer have a better charge life to them. That is, I have to recharge them less than other brands. As for cost, they aren't more expensive than the other brands of rechargeable batteries out there. The package also says that they can be charged and used for over a hundred times, which is so awesome! I'll definitely be testing this theory out with how often I've been using them!