Users' questions

Can I leave eneloop batteries in the charger?

Can I leave eneloop batteries in the charger?

Try not to leave them discharged for too long. eneloop batteries outperform other rechargeable batteries since they can be recharged up to 2,100 times. In other words, that’s the equivalent of 2,100 disposable batteries. When your battery is empty, Charger it until the green light is no longer visible.

How long does eneloop batteries take to charge?

4pcs AA size eneloop rechargeable batteries are included. Charging Time: 2 – 4 Hours.

Do you need a special charger for eneloop batteries?

What charger should I use? You can use any NiMH battery charger with the Eneloop batteries. However, it is usually recommended to use a charger that is the same brand as the batteries. Smart chargers are a great choice, as they have advanced features such as automatic cut-off when the batteries are fully charged.

How long can a Sanyo Eneloop battery last?

Eneloop batteries can hold at least a charge for 10 years! There is a test on this website that shows a 10-year-old Sanyo Eneloop still having charge left after 10 years. Another discharge test can be found here: where the batteries in question were 12 years and 9 months old.

What kind of charger can I use for Eneloop batteries?

Eneloop batteries can generally be charged with any kind of NiMH battery charger. Duracell, Energizer and no-name. But to keep things simple, you better stay away from these 2 kinds of chargers: Ultra fast chargers and Dumb chargers. Ultra Fast chargers use a very high current to charge your batteries.

What kind of battery does Eneloop waist warmer use?

It was provided with a lithium power pack, called the KBC-L3A. As with most of these gadgets, these are using lithium battery packs instead of eneloop batteries. The ones provided with this waist warmer is the KBC-L3A.

Where did the Sanyo Eneloop Lanterns come from?

SANYO donated 1,000 solar LED lanterns to Jakarta Red Cross to help with the re-establishment of areas affected by the earthquake of September 30, 2009, in Sumatra, Indonesia. The lantern has Eneloop cells built in and is recharged with a 3W glass solar panel charger (at least 2 different versions of the solar panel was made).