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Energizer AANH4 4-pack 2500mAh AA Ni-MH Batteries

Energizer AANH4 4-pack 2500mAh AA Ni-MH Batteries
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4 reviews

Mar, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Energizer AANH4 4-pack 2500mAh AA Ni-MH Batteries. The average rating for this product is 2.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. There are some negative reviews about the price.


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2300mAh, Not the 2450mAh as advertised


NONE, I could have bought these at a local store for cheaper with more newer appearing packaging

I specifically searched for 2450mAh batteries instead of the cheaper 2300mAh I can find in the local store. I was happy to find them offered here by Antonline, but was greatly disappointed when a worn tattered pack arrived labeled 2300mAh. My attempts...

Dec, 2013

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I have some Rayovacs that are 6 or 7 years old and they still work so I can't believe that the short lifetime of these batteries is normal. Maybe the 2500 mAH capacity shortens life.

I have had several sets of these batteries and they work great for about a year of light use

These things die after about year of light use and won't hold a charge. I mean they have had maybe ten recharges in two years and now dead. These are disposable rechargables and the 1000 recharges they claim is boggus

Mar, 2008

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Horrible Self-Discharge Rate


I mistakenly bought a bunch of these batteries when I got them at a good price with coupons. They were great at first - the first few months I owned them. Now, out of the 12 batteries I've had, about 4 are dead, and half hold very little charge...

High initial capacity

Horrible self-discharge rate, low life cycle

Sep, 2007

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Premium Brand


If lower self-discharge rate is important, go with Sanyo eneloop instead. If you have an immediate use for high current like a camera or flashlight, these are the cells to get. Proven quality and performance year after year, everything else is hit or...

Energizer (Sanyo) Brand, top manufacturer worldwide. Conservative mAh ratings compared to the competition. Independant tests show Energizer on top or so competitive with anyone else that there's no point seeking another brand

More expensive than generics - you get what you pay for. Same short self-discharge as with all modern high density NiMH

Dec, 2006

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