Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Best rechargeable battery I've used so far - SANYO eneloop


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SANYO ENELOOP Ready to use Rechargeable Battery - Pretty pricey compared to the generic ones I got from another retailer. But I think it's well worth it. The bundle here, a charger, 8 x AA, 4 x AAA, 2 C and 2 D adapter, bought form costco, cost for $26.99; whereas the generics ones usually costs only $10 for 12 AA. The advantages of these batteries are long lasting and high voltage. Long lasting so that energy stored don't go away over time, while the generic ones are horrible, have to charge again if not using within one month. High voltage, these go up to 1.30V, whereas the generic ones can only go as high as 1.25V. The advantage is very obvious for using with the digital cameras. It's taking forever for the Eneloop to drain, I can still take pictures after shooting well over 100 pictures!

Since we don't have any SANYO brand products before, this product has really established its quality. I'm looking forward to buy more SANYO products, maybe a rice cooker, maybe even a PROJECTOR, who knows.

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