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eneloop (7.28kB)
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This is not a super hot deal. But if you are in the market of getting them, you can save a few bucks.

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Amazon has pricematched but currently OOS, will allow you to backorder, and even on SATURDAY (when B&H closes its ordering system til 6pm EST in observance of Sabbath)

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Same price on Amazon - just not in stock. You can actually order on there though and it will just be delayed. Look in the list of vendors.

keep in mind two things:
1. These like a slow charge rate, up to 350 mAh is good. Higher rate will cook them fairly fast.
2. They're only half charged as delivered from the factory. Time is money so they don't. Slap into your charger if you want fully charged batteries.

tried to order these, shipping ius beiung added at $3.99 making the total $19.18

lexcurat said:   keep in mind two things:
1. These like a slow charge rate, up to 350 mAh is good. Higher rate will cook them fairly fast.
2. They're only half charged as delivered from the factory. Time is money so they don't. Slap into your charger if you want fully charged batteries.

1. Depends on whether it's a smart charger. Charge rates of 1000mA have been shown to be fine with Eneloops but the charger has to properly cut off. Cooking them can happen at any charge level, that's why "dumb" chargers are to be avoided.

2. Legally they're not allowed to ship fully charged batteries. The concern is the batteries could short and catch fire if the packaging was severely damaged. Not really a serious concern with NiMH but the law is written to be better safe than sorry.



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