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Rayovac Nickel Metal Hydride AA Rechargeable Battery (4-Pack)
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Rayovac

Nickel Metal Hydride AA Rechargeable Battery (4-Pack)

$8.12 /each

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Pre-charged and ready to power, the Rayovac Nickel Metal Hydride AA Rechargeable Batteries (4-Pack) are ideal for high-drain devices such as digital cameras and high tech video games.

  • Nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries for ideal for high-drain applications
  • Ideal for digital cameras and high tech games
  • Batteries will not lose charge capacity over time
  • Pre-charged and ready to use
  • Take up to 300 photos per charge after first charge

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Nickel Metal Hydride AA Rechargeable Battery (4-Pack) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 57.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not enough battery life I'm sorry, Rayovac, but these are pretty awful. They charge quickly, but they have less than 1/4 the life of a non-rechargeable battery. I bought a few packs of these to power all of the holiday led lights that we have around the house. 3 of these batteries will only last about 1 week in each of the light sets, which are on 6 hours per day. I'm constantly charging and replacing batteries and it's incredibly annoying. I have another set of rechargeables and they last several weeks in these light sets. I've very annoyed that I paid money for these.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from wast of money I bought a set with charger included to use for wireless controllers. I didnt think to check them before throwing away the packaging but the batteries never worked at all. then i figured maybe they didnt come pre charged so i put them on the charger and still nothing. surely not something i will try and buy again. spend the extra couple dollars on a better quality battery.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good value batteries The cost of these batteries is a good value for it's capacity compared to other name brands. Without the mAH rating on the package it was hard to realize that, though. This is a medium capacity battery and is priced accordingly. The precharged feature is good when you need a battery to work NOW, instead of the other brands that come out of the package almost dead.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good batteries and last a long time I used these a few years ago for camera flashes; each flash used four (4) batteries. The flash recycled within manufacturer's specs and last as long or longer than regular alkaline batteries. One draw back is they must be fully charge during a full 17-hour charging time. Using a one-hour (1-hr) charger, they test in a battery tester as fully charged, but do not stand the test of time and use on a one-hour charge. I figured on a one-hour charge, they last 50% to 75% of being charged for 17 hours. So if you need daily charged and turn around time, you must purchased a second set. I have found the 17-hr and 1-hr charging results stated to be the same with other manufacturer's batteries. I only found one batteries better, but they are not imported to this country or went out of business and that was in the last 1980s. I returned to Ray-O-Vac as they were what our family used when I was a child. The yellow dark blue wrapped battery with a leaping cat was a longer time familiar symbol or logo and the yellow made they easy to spot on the shelve. They were good back when . . . and the are much better today. I will swear by them.
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 1400 mah is terrible for the amount of battery capacity, I should have bought another precharged MiMh battery. My son's Tom The Train is using precharged NiMh batteries from a competitor that is 2.3 amps compared to 1.4 amps for the same price! I fault Rayovac for not listing the amperage infomation on its packaging. Its spec's were only available online.
Date published: 2012-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No mAH rating on package. These Rayovac rechargeable batteries are NOT a good value for the money. They do not last long enough before needing to be recharged due to the low mah rating (which is not given anywhere on the package!). I looked. Better to buy some batteries with a higher mah rating on the package I think.
Date published: 2013-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Reliable Batteries, Nifty Charger Bought these as a package with a 4 bay charger as a power source for a project I was building using a lm317t variable voltage regulator, I decided to use a 8S configuration with a 50K linear pot. These provide the 1.5A load current in short duration that I need and with a flat discharge curve , are pretty predictable and reliable when they need recharging, even at the bottom of the discharge curve these provide the extra 2 volts to avoid the DO of the regulator. I feel as though the charger is the star of the show here, I have a handful of four bay chargers and the PS332 is the most intuitive useful charger I have. The Device has a dual LCD with a estimated completion time, rather than a timer these poll battery statistics at interval assuring that my batteries are properly being charged at rate that leverages charge time and thermal stress really well.
Date published: 2013-07-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from weak i wish i had consulted these reviews before trying these. I'm usung 3 AAAs to power an LED inspection light. Out of the box both sets worked as expected (well#. Seemed like a no brainer. I could buy 2 sets of batteries and keep 1 set recharged for swap out daily up to 300 times. that's close to a year for about double the price of throw away batteries that normally last about a week. the only problem is that after the 1st recharge #using the supplied charger) the batteries only last about 5 minute combined use. sometimes less. So my opinion is don't waste your hard earned money
Date published: 2013-02-15
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