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$17 - EBL 9V Batteries(5-Count) 280 mAh with 5-Slot Individual USB Battery Charger for 9V Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery

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[Amazon.ca] $17 - EBL 9V Batteries(5-Count) 280 mAh with 5-Slot Individual USB Battery Charger for 9V Ni-MH Rechargeable Battery

Size : 9v NIMH battery charger + 5*280mAh 9v NIMH battery
Number of batteries 5 9V batteries required. (included)
Brand EBL
Battery cell composition NiMH
About this item

Individual Fast Charger: Independent charging slot, you can charge 1-5pcs 9V Ni-MH battery individually
Convenient USB & LED Charger: DC 5V/1A Micro USB Input, convenient and portable, worldwide usage; LED shows charging progress status: Red - charging, Green - fully charged
Multiple Protections: With -∆V cut-off and MCU control, the charger provides constant current and constant voltage to protect you batteries from over current and over voltage, overheat over charger and short circuit
EBL 9V Ni-MH Precharged Batteries: Specially designed for household devices like smoke alarms, digital cameras, game controllers, toys, clocks and medical devices, etc.
Packages: EBL 9V 280mAh Ni-MH Batteries (5 Counts), EBL 9V Ni-MH 9V Battery Charger x1, Battery Storage Case x1, Micro USB cable x1, User Manual x1

Special offers and product promotions

Save 50% each on EBL 9V Batteries(5 Count)with 5 Slot USB Battery Charger(ASIN:B086V4Y12S) offered by EBL official when you purchase 1 or more. Enter code EMWZMCJ5 at checkout. Here's how (restrictions apply)

Order Summary
Items: $33.99
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Promotion Applied: -$17.00

Total before tax: $16.99
Estimated GST/HST: $0.00
Estimated PST/RST/QST: $0.00
Total: $16.99
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Mar 8, 2015
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Great Deal....Thanks OP
bought 8 pack AAA along with charger of the same brand last week.
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Anyone used these with smoke detectors before?
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TCB069 wrote: Anyone used these with smoke detectors before?
as per Amazon reviewer it does not work in detectors ..

Not meant for my smoke detectors
Reviewed in Canada on August 9, 2020
Size : 9v NIMH battery charger + 5*280mAh 9v NIMH batteryVerified Purchase
I ordered these because my landlord was not supplying me with batteries as required by law.
I loaded up my smoke detector and it just keeps going off on me???
My smoke detectors aren't even a year old...
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Mar 11, 2008
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Depends on use, but there are rechargable 9v with more power. I use the Enegon 650mAh (also on Amazon) ones in my helmet at work and the increased capacity means it actually makes it through a shift. Brand name rechargable 9v tend to be the worst. If you don't want to recharge everytime you use them, I'd pay a little more for larger capacity IMHO
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Jul 24, 2009
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As the other points out, the battery capacity is only 280mAh. I will buy at least 600mAh for the battery. For this reason, I buy this charger for only $4.49 (after 50% off code and $4 coupon). Besides, this charger takes USB-C, so it can charge batteries faster.

NOTE : see post#16 of this thread for better deal if you want the 600mAh battery

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B08HRYZPQY


Btw, this assorted alkaline battery set with a flashlight for $14 (after 50% off code) seems a good price too. However, I have too many alkaline batteries at this moment, so I skip this deal.

https://www.amazon.ca/EBL-Alkaline-Batt ... B08ND5Q6G9
Last edited by lcmt on May 18th, 2021 6:39 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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Oct 7, 2007
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Just bought this but now I am wondering if 280 mAh is too little. It's mainly for the alarm clocks and weight scales around the house.
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Jul 24, 2009
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It depends on when or where you use it, not the item. If you use it during a power outage, outdoor or anywhere you cannot easily recharge it, then the larger the capacity the better.
number8888 wrote: Just bought this but now I am wondering if 280 mAh is too little. It's mainly for the alarm clocks and weight scales around the house.
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Which batteries do you buy?
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definitely a good deal for low draw devices. I briefly considered it for a few desk gadgets I have that still require 9V batteries, but to be honest everything these days has either some LiPo pack built in, or can be powered with 18650s etc.

still, good deal.
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TCB069 wrote: Anyone used these with smoke detectors before?
I would only buy this for smoke detectors as well. But the 280 maH is terrible. It wouldn’t last long. Also somebody mentioned it didn’t work in theirs, so I’ll pass.
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Apr 8, 2015
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280mAH sounds like a joke. It is like 10 times less than a standard AA.
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canadianamigo13 wrote: as per Amazon reviewer it does not work in detectors ..

Not meant for my smoke detectors
Reviewed in Canada on August 9, 2020
Size : 9v NIMH battery charger + 5*280mAh 9v NIMH batteryVerified Purchase
I ordered these because my landlord was not supplying me with batteries as required by law.
I loaded up my smoke detector and it just keeps going off on me???
My smoke detectors aren't even a year old...
Are you me? I did this with the AA batteries for my nest smoke detector and they don't work. Why???

I just ordered the 9v hoping it would be different for smoke detectors but I guess not? I'll be canceling my order. Can anyone confirm why these don't work ?
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Pingalino wrote: Are you me? I did this with the AA batteries for my nest smoke detector and they don't work. Why???

I just ordered the 9v hoping it would be different for smoke detectors but I guess not? I'll be canceling my order. Can anyone confirm why these don't work ?
It may have something to do with voltages, not just capacity. From this guy's experiences it seems that there's a bit of marketing BS mixed with truth and there's no clear answer probably because not all devices are the same. I know I had a old digital camera that generally didn't work with rechargeable AA batteries since those tend to operate at a lower voltage of 1.2 volts per cell compared to 1.5 volts per disposable alkaline. Maybe some smoke detectors are made to run on higher voltages or you need slightly more special batteries like low self discharge rechargeables or something.
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Jul 24, 2009
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Look at this person's review, although the review is for the Lithium-Ion 600mAh and Op is Ni-MH 280mAh, I believe the idea is the same
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/customer-revie ... VBPYJX64DQ
Pingalino wrote: Are you me? I did this with the AA batteries for my nest smoke detector and they don't work. Why???

I just ordered the 9v hoping it would be different for smoke detectors but I guess not? I'll be canceling my order. Can anyone confirm why these don't work ?
Zerosystem wrote: It may have something to do with voltages, not just capacity. From this guy's experiences it seems that there's a bit of marketing BS mixed with truth and there's no clear answer probably because not all devices are the same. I know I had a old digital camera that generally didn't work with rechargeable AA batteries since those tend to operate at a lower voltage of 1.2 volts per cell compared to 1.5 volts per disposable alkaline. Maybe some smoke detectors are made to run on higher voltages or you need slightly more special batteries like low self discharge rechargeables or something.
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Mar 22, 2004
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RFD
lcmt wrote: OK. This is better deal. You get 5 x 600mAh batteries, but you only need to pay a little more - $18.88. (with 50% code TUHIUI5E)

https://www.amazon.ca/POWXS-Rechargeabl ... B08BZ2BQFY

If you still want 5 x 280mAh batteries, it is only $13.9 (with 50% code TUHIUI5E)

https://www.amazon.ca/POWXS-Rechargeabl ... B08BZ2YHZ6
First link is a solid deal if they are legit 600mah
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Jul 24, 2009
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It is not just the difference in capacity. 600mAh is Li-Ion and 280mah is Ni-MH. The charger will charge the Li-Ion battery faster.

About product(Charger):
Input: DC 5V 1A
Output: Li-ion 250mA ; Ni-MH/Ni-CD 90mAh

radeonboy wrote: First link is a solid deal if they are legit 600mah
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Mar 22, 2004
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lcmt wrote: It is not just the difference in capacity. 600mAh is Li-Ion and 280mah is Ni-MH. The charger will charge the Li-Ion battery faster.

About product(Charger):
Input: DC 5V 1A
Output: Li-ion 250mA ; Ni-MH/Ni-CD 90mAh
Oh I understand you, don't disagree with you there. I bought the first link.

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