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If you are looking for a rechargeable battery that just works, has a good capacity, top notch storage life and isn’t the absolute most expensive battery on the planet, then take a look at Panasonic Eneloop AA & AAA’s.
These were recommended to me a few years ago as the industry standard. Later on when it was in the budget I started replacing my old Duracell rechargeable’s with the Eneloops. As soon as I started using them, I asked for Amazon gift cards for my birthday, fathers day, secretaries day, national pancake day, whatever excuse I could come up with I would buy some batteries.
I won’t go into full detail of my rechargeable set up here but you can watch the video below if you are interested. If you follow me on any platform I use you will know I am all about standardizing on a single format, and for me it quickly became Eneloop AA and AAA batteries. From there I decided I wouldn’t buy anything that took any batteries that weren’t those two sizes and have mostly succeeded.
Even though they aren’t recommended for really cold temps, I use these on my electronic deadbolt, and in my freezer temperature sensors and they haven’t let me down yet. The best way to save a bit on them is the buy the largest pack you can afford, the bigger the bulk pack the slightly better price per unit you will get.
Since I invested a tidy sum in these White Label Eneloop Rechargeable Batteries Panasonic has come out with an even more improved (re. more expensive again) Black labled Eneloop which i haven’t tested yet. But the white ones have been so good for me I may be a while until i do.
If you are looking for a better than Duracell or Energizer, rechargeable platform to build out a backup power kit, there is none better than Eneloop in my opinion.
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