Eneloop batteries charge with the same ease as mass-market rechargeables, and last far longer. I use the AAAs in a flashlight which spends nights off and is used for fifteen minutes at a time, several times a day. The AAs are in an electric toothbrush and saved me $20 or more for a matching charger for the critter; occasionally they pull extra duty in a battery-operated security camera. They are well worth the cost.
All received at about 75% charge. Charge to full capacity very quickly. Performance - great.
I haven't used these yet, but I assume that they will work well just like the AAs that I use. It's cool that they use the same charger as the AAs. In fact, that was a major reason for me buying them. I didn't have to buy an additional charger.
I prefer to use reusable batteries and these are good ones.
did some research and these are some of the best on the market. Very pleased.
These are the best rechargeable batteries I have ever owned. A must purchase item.
Had for a few weeks and I'm impressed. Using in Harmony remote that eats up regular Duracell's etc....they worked out of the box charged and still going strong w/out a charge yet...other Durecells didn't last this long.
These batteries are the best! Since I had my son 2 years ago we decided to invest in rechargeable batteries for all the various kids stuff (although we do try to avoid buying anything with batteries at all). These batteries are far superior to the energizer rechargeables you can find in the store - LOVE that they are precharged and ready to go.
I am glad to see that reuseit is now carrying these batteries. I originally bought mine from amazon and they are the best batteries that I have ever had. The charge last for a long time and recharge time is relatively quick (around 4 hours for an empty battery). I use them for my video game controllers and flash lights, although it is not recommended to use these for emergency backup batteries since they do slowly drain. Because these can be recharged up to a 1000x, you will never need to buy another battery again (unless you do some heavy battery usage), so these are definitely worth the price. I recommend buying the charger + AA (x4) pack first and then going from there, just make sure that you charge only the same type of batteries in the same slots (ie: slot 1+2, or slot 3+4, but not slot 1+3 or slot 2+4).
I like the batteries just fine. I needed a few extra.