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I saw these Enelongs show up during a search on the 'bay and had to laugh. Took a look at them and the claimed specs are up there: 2100mAh, 80% retention after 1 yr, 1000 recharges. Pretty obvious these are MIC.
Has anyone had experience with this knockoff brand? Only a slight price differential ($2/cell vs $2.5/cell for Eneloops) so these had better perform really darn close to Eneloops.

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Pretty easy to disprove their claims: it suffices to subject the batteries to 1000 charge-discharge cycles. If they don't work according to the claims, you get your money back.
Easy-peasy.

Stick to good brand, guys. It is only 1, or 2 dollars difference between this and Eneloop. This name "Enelong" definitely trys to mislead your view as "Eneloop". CRAB!

Another Chinese clone. Chinese do NOT clone very well, or they just do not care.



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