Sunday, October 27, 2013

Sanyo eneloop rechargeable batteries - "Super Power Pack"

Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable batteries Super Power Pack, review
Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable batteries "Super Power Pack" combo, review
Every year about this time I begin my annual stocking up on batteries.  With the holidays right around the corner, there are usually some very good deals to be found on the different sizes available.  As much as we sometimes wish to deny, we use a lot of batteries.  From portable radios, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, remote controls, wireless keyboards, wireless mouse, TOYS, and flashlights there are many power suckers on the average urban homestead.

In the past I have tried a couple rechargeable batteries and they kind of left a bad taste in my mouth.  After wishing to give it a try yet again, I stumbled upon a lot of positive reviews on the Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable batteries.  So with all of the sales going on and coming up why would one invest in these batteries you may ask?  Savingsand I hope the previous reviewers were correct.  Using these batteries will save you money in the long run with their 1800 + possible charges on each one. 

Here is what was included in the Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable battery Super Power Pack:

(1) eneloop 4 position charger
(12) AA eneloop batteries
(4) AAA eneloop batteries
(2) C size adapters
(2) D size adapters
Storage case to contain everything

Price: $39.95 
(Seems a little steep for 16 batteries but if what I read is correct as is my rough math, 
16 batteries x 1800 charges a piece = 28800 batteries for $40??) 
The eneloop batteries come precharged and ready to use right out of the package. I'm not a battery guru but the stats seem pretty good on these. 1.7 volts, 2000 mAH power, will maintain 75% charge after 3 years of non-use, and no memory effect.

I really like the D and C battery adapters. How they work is you slide a AA sized power cell into them and then place the whole thing right into what ever you are using.  This will work great for the Christmas train and animated toys which require the seemingly hard to find C batteries.

I will keep you updated on how they are.

Cheers ~ Kevin

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