phamster wrote in post #7717461
very scientific approach..
lots of data.. and lots of hours..
so what holds true is higher mAh the better the performance..
Yes, against my initial skepticism, "higher the 'mAh' the stronger the performance" came through consistently. Even Energizer Rechargeable that I despised performed better than eneloops that I so admired.
eneloops were pleasantly consistent in their "low self-discharge" showing....
I also learned that not all "low self-discharging" claiming batteries are same. I was expecting MAHA Powerex "Imedion," for instance, to be about the same as eneloop, but I'd trust eneloop as the most reliable in this category...
MAHA Powerex 2700mAh, on the other hand, came through really impressively, such that I've now changed my strategy in how I use my rechargeable batteries, that is, I'd use Powerex as the main horse and rely on eneloops more as back up or in situations where I need to use in intermittent situations and applications.
The alkaline was surprising how poorly it performed... I was expecting them to be a bit stronger...