AAA batteries are used in so many of our everyday devices that being without a steady supply can be a real nuisance. Whether it’s for your kids’ favorite toy or the TV remote, instead of running out or buying endless packs, grab some of these great rechargable batteries instead.
If yoiu want great rechargeable batteries, you want Eneloop. Not only are they well priced and pack a great capacity, Panasonic claims a 2,100-charge cycle lifespan with a 70 percent charge retention and up to 10 years of use. You will need to grab a charger, though, and you can also get these in AA size as well.
These 2,000mAh batteries come pre-charged, so you can pop them out of the packaging and straight into your device. These are also the world’s first rechargeable batteries to use a percentage of recycled batteries in their construction. Energizer claims up to five years use from each battery, with a 1,000-charge cycle lifespan, and they’re a great pairing with Energizer’s own charger.
Amazon Basics AAA batteries have an impressive capacity at an impressive price. The lifespan isn’t as long as you’ll get from some other brands, with Amazon claiming a 65 percent charge retention after three years, but you get eight in a pack compared to four from most other brands. You can also bundle them with an Amazon Basics charger for further savings.
If your batteries aren’t bundled with a charger, then look no further than these.
The companion charger to Energizer’s batteries, the Pro model can charge four AA or AAA batteries in 3-5 hours. It also has added features like audio and visual updates on the charging process, as well as having an automatic shutoff to prevent against overcharging.
This charger can charge four AA or AAA batteries at the same time. It’ll charge AA batteries in 3-5 hours depending on their capacity, but it also supports power switching for international use, going between 100-240V AC. S The other neat feature is that there’s a built-in USB port, so while your battery charger is taking up a wall outlet, you can still charge your phone or tablet.
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