The famous Sanyo Eneloop battery line was fairly recently refreshed, and I cheaply ordered a charger with 4 new batteries to save buying loads of standard batteries! These are low self-discharge NiMh (Nickle-Metal Hydride) batteries, which claim up to 1500 charges and 75% capacity even after 3 years of moderate use. No wonder they have been crowned the king of batteries time and time again!
Top 3500mAh 18650 Li-ion batteries’ discharge test.
Text/image version of this review: http://thunderheartreviews.blogspot.com/2018/08/3500mah-18650-li-ion-cells-discharge.html
My battery supplier is Queen Battery: http://www.queenbattery.com.cn
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The only way to go. Individual charging, and it includes 4 full power batteries. Links below:
Sanyo Eneloop Chargers … use them for Eneloop AA or AAA NiMh Batteries or ANY other brand of NiMh AA AAA Rechargeable batteries.
This link is for the AA charger with 4 AA batteries http://www.camerasdirect.com.au/sanyo-aa-eneloop-battery-charger
this is to the fast charger http://www.camerasdirect.com.au/camera-batteries-chargers/sanyo-eneloop-aa-aaa-batteries/sanyo-panasonic-aa-eneloop-fast-battery-charger
There is also our review of the Sanyo Eneloop AA AAA Batteries at this link … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhYIUAXsAmo
While we’re on the subject, Dave talks about NiMH and NiCd battery charging methods.