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EBL 16-Pack AA 2800mAh High Capacity Rechargeable Batteries Ni-MH 1.2V - $32.78 with $5 Coupon

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EBL 16-Pack AA 2800mAh High Capacity Rechargeable Batteries Ni-MH 1.2V - $32.78 with $5 Coupon

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Seems like a decent deal for rechargeable AA batteries with the case and coupon applied. Normally I get Amazon Basics batteries but I'm liking the reviews and the fact that these are 2800 mAh compared to Amazon Basics 2000 mAh batteries.

Don't forget ebates.

Cheers
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Deal Addict
Jul 12, 2007
2659 posts
539 upvotes
Reviews say the battery size is about 1mm bigger and doesn't work in some electronics, so just a FYI although 2800mah sounds very very tempting
Deal Guru
Apr 17, 2003
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7231 upvotes
Reviews also say they're holding less than the advertised capacity.
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Apr 2, 2008
2611 posts
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My 2 cents:- You are better sticking with the big names.
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Jr. Member
Mar 14, 2019
163 posts
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Vancouver, BC
I've never had an issue with my Amazon rechargeable batteries.
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Dec 29, 2003
693 posts
342 upvotes
Montreal
I've bought many EBL batteries over the years. They are excellent and their rated mah are not gross exaggerations, verified on Maha chargers. I have had one problem where 3 of their AA batteries didn't fit together in a clock because of the length, but every other electronic took these batteries with no issues.
They have been around for awhile. I wouldn't hesitate to buy more.
"The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten." Benjamin Franklin
Newbie
Apr 24, 2018
18 posts
115 upvotes
Had bought a few last year.
So far, I had AA,AAA,and 12V batteries under EBL brand.
Don't have single problem with it.
Bought again this time.
Sr. Member
Jan 20, 2019
500 posts
880 upvotes
I have some, haven't used them a tonne yet, but haven't had any problems.

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