1KIND wrote in post #16536919
Sometimes, these batteries are rebranded. So they could be Eneloops but rebranded for Amazon.
rh18 wrote in post #16536778
Are the Amazon batteries any good? (Compared to Eneloop.)
Here's the following statements from a reviewer I trust, NLee the Engineer:
"I have tested one pair each of thos AA cells after 3, 4 and 8 months of storage. The average remaining charge measured were 82.3%, 79.4% and 67.6% respectively. That means they have already failed the claim of "maintains 80% of capacity after 1 year". If the present linear trend (-3% per month) continues, I expect them to retain only 55% of original charge after one year. In contrast, my previous test data with Sanyo eneloop and GP Recyko+ showed that they can retain at least 80% after 12 months."
For the price, though, these Amazon batteries are probably worth getting even as a backup and other applications...