Duracell Rechargeable AA NiMH Batteries, 4-Pack
Item No. 125743
Duracell Rechargeable AA NiMH Batteries, 4-Pack is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 40.
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Duracell Rechargeable AA NiMH Batteries, 4-Pack

Duracell Rechargeable AA NiMH Batteries, 4-Pack is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 40.
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Duracell Rechargeable AA Batteries provide reliable, long-lasting power for your household devices. These pre-charged NiMH batteries feature Long Life Ion Core technology. Duracell Rechargeable Batteries last for 10 years or 400 recharges and hold their charge for up to a year when not in use. Note: Charger is not included.

• Reliable power for game controllers, wireless electronics, and more
• Long Life Ion Core technology
• Last for 10 years or 400 recharges
• Battery Type: Rechargeable NiMH
• Capacity: 2400 mAh
• Size: AA
• 4-pack
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  • Reliable, long-lasting power for your household devices
  • Long Life Ion Core technology
  • Last for 10 years or 400 recharges
  • 2400mAh NiMH AA batteries
  • Charger is not included
Unit Weight 0.28 lb
Brand Duracell
MFG Part No. DURDX1500R4090
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 32 Duracell Rech Batteries why charge 4 a time? Great Batteries which I use in my running headlamp, my 10 fiber optic testers, fluke network testers etc. The major drawback is that you can't charge 8 or 16 at a time and because there are no Duracell 9 volt rechargeable batteries. I have to use endless 9 volt batteries while the AAAs and AAs keep on going which is a pain if one in the middle of work project. I am going to have to invest in the Jackery Pro to power a 110 volt power strip and multiple Duracell Chargers in a row. Converting to AC and back to DC wastes energy. Duracell should offer a DC higher voltage recharge option off of the Jackery Pro so I can charge large amounts of AA batteries at a time. I suggest a joint partnership to make this available to contractors.
Date published: 2017-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 2 years, 537 Charge cycles later What can I say, I'm impressed. I purchased these 2 years ago for my electric mosquito / fly zapper. Pretty neat gadget, coverts the power from two 1.5V AA batteries into 2,500 volts and blows those pesky buggers into smithereens! Now this is Fun but fairly expensive to use, going through 4 AAs a week. These rechargeable batteries from Duracell have helped me save money on disposables so I can keep on swinging. I've charged these batteries so many times.. I just recently wondered if they were ever designed to ever die... I guess not! Haha I always recommend this companies batteries to people. They last forever! Brand loyal to Duracell for life!
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Arrived dead. I bought 10 AA Duracell rechargable, expecting to get the same performance as a 4 pack I bought about 4 years ago. Unlike those which arrived well charged, these arrived with no charge. They appeared to charge, but were clearly not the pre-charged or stay-charged cells. The pre-charged cells with the white ring around the positive terminal were good when new, and are still good. The new ones with the green ring around the positive terminal were returned. The pre-charged cells seem missing from the duracell web site now.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible Hey horrible design for a rechargeable battery to do not have it mastered I have put these batteries to the test I put them in my head lamp and I got about 6 minutes of use before they acted like they were dead I have done it with many pairs of them I didn't switch to energizer and got somewhat better results but not great I switch to rayovac I got about 5 hours of use out of them all in all these are the worst batteries you can buy save your money
Date published: 2016-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from i used the powercheck ones which are blue duracell i have just purchased these 4 triple a batteries that have a powercheck i actually bought this to power my big sony self amplified headphone with bass vibration so in order to get the maximum of it i purchased duracell instead of varta so i ahev first inserted it in the headphones i have got its maximum but it lasted for 5 days only and they are very expensive ....so i totally recommend this to everybody but duracell can you tell me what will be the best to take the duracell quantum power or the green rechargable green ones .....and i need at least 2 triple a batteries to power my sony plz help
Date published: 2016-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I use nothing but DURACELL if you want the best then get the best DURACELL your #1 with me there is no better!
Date published: 2016-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long Lasting after years of use. Great battery that last for years. A few years ago (2008 to be more exact) I decided to try rechargeable batteries again, now that batteries started to switch to longer lasting battery technology. I started with energizer and it failed badly so I waited about 2 more years before I tried Duracell. I had gotten a wireless headset and was going through about 2 AA batteries a day. I tried Duracell rechargeable batteries and it worked like it was supposed to. I now use Duracell in all of my battery powered devices and have no complaints.
Date published: 2016-07-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Why not clearly list the mAh capacity rating? When customers are trying to match mAh capacity ratings for existing Duracell batteries they have, it's _EXTREMELY_ frustrating that Duracell (and many of their distributors) do not clearly list the mAh cell capacity rating/specification in their product postings - not even Duracell's own web page visited today 2019-01-14 lists the cell capacity and product part numbers. It's very frustrating when Duracell has manufactured AA Ni-MH cells in 2400mAh, 2450mAh, and 2500mAh, and their distributors may be selling any of those - makes it difficult to be sure of buying the desired product. Please, correct this problem by clearly listing and labeling the product mAh specifications and part numbers.
Date published: 2019-01-15
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