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auctionsaver wrote:I started getting these about 4 years ago. They are great batteries and are all still going strong. While they are more expensive at first, they probably have saved me money in the long run, but you end up needing more than just 8 or 16. I have them in everything now that takes an AA or AAA.
The best part though is not the savings. It is knowing that I have always have some batteries ready in the charger in case ones in a remote or device run out. It is a real hassle saver.
I got Probation recently. Haha. Nice.
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starmanbackwards wrote:do theses batteries SELF DISCHARGE when not being in use like the NIMH ?
The the breakthrough advantage, they don't self-discharge nearly as much as NiMh. However, they are not (yet) quite as high capacity as NiMh.
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