Better deal: it's strongly suspected that the Duracell Ion Core
rechargeable NiMH cells that are now in most stores around $11/4-pack
are rebranded Sanyo (now Panasonic) Eneloop XX 2400 mAh cells. (they
simply haven't been on the market long enough for anyone to do long term
self-discharge or multiple cycle tests on them yet, but they are
seriously looking like the real deal.) I've already got all the NiMH
cells I need at the moment but it is reassuring that good quality
rechargeables are now available in stores at a reasonable price without
having to faff about online. Buy those for your devices that need them
and a Maha C9000 charger, a few packs of Energizer Lithiums for long
term storage/emergency/prepper type stuff, and never buy cells again.
I'm done with alkalines... too many leaks.
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