Panasonic Eneloop Pro Rechargeable 2500mAh Batteries AA 4 Pack

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About this product


  • Minimum capacity 2500 mAh
  • Provides high power performance down to sub-zero temperatures (as low as -20°C)
  • Can be recharged up to 500 times

Product overview

• Minimum capacity 2500 mAh
• Provides high power performance down to sub-zero temperatures (as low as -20°C)
• Can be recharged up to 500 times
• Combines the best features of AA alkaline (ready for use) and rechargeable (reusable) batteries
• Factory pre-charged by solar energy and ready to use right out of the package
• Maintain 85% of their charge after 1 year of storage
• Stable voltage with longer power life than alkaline batteries
• No memory effect – batteries can be recharged when fully, or partially drained
• Provide long lasting power while saving costs

Eneloop Pro - For Professional Use

Eneloop Pro batteries are the perfect choice for powering high current consuming devices such as photo strobe flash lights, wireless keyboards, mice, game controllers, radio controlled toys and a range of household devices. They can all realise extended performance when powered by Eneloop pro batteries.

The have been developed the Eneloop pro batteries to excel in extreme conditions where high power performance in very low temperature environments (down to -20°C) is needed. The Eneloop pro Nickel Metal Hydride batteries retain up to 85% of their capacity even after one year of storage.

Unlike regular alkaline batteries which can only be used once and are wasteful to the environment, the Eneloop pro batteries can be recharged up to 500 times. They come pre-charged and can be used immediately out of the pack.


Rated 5 out of 5 by from I can finally use my external flash! After several brands of batteries, bother alkaline and rechargeable, I've finally found batteries that work with my Canon Speedlite EX-RT! I thought I was being a complete idiot, not knowing how to use the flash because it was random when it would go off. I was wrong. It was the batteries! With these batteries, I was able to fire off my flash every time without fail, no problems whatsoever! I highly recommend these batteries, I've ordered 2 more packs since testing them!
Date published: 2016-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great batteries Bought some of these batteries for a Zoom recorder last year and was very pleased with the capacity of them. Have just bought another eight for some Audio Technica radio mikes that are a bit "power hungry". They are far outlasting the alkalines we were using, on each charge. I reckon they will save us a fortune on batteries over the years.
Date published: 2017-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Latest AA Eneloops 2500mAh BK-3HCDE/4BE Was looking for the latest Generation Panasonic Eneloop Pro 2500mAh BK-3HCDE/4BE and pleased to say Maplins didn't disappoint. Manufacture date 09 2015 (purchased March 2016). According to Wiki these are latest generation released Q4 2015.
Date published: 2016-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best rechargable batteries Have a lot of these, only rechargeable batteries that last any time and don't loose charge if unused for a while.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just the job! I bought these for my son to use in his camera after others had finally stopped working. He was thrilled - perfect spec and good quality.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good service bought batteries 2 weeks ago. so far very happy with purchase
Date published: 2017-02-20
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I have an ever ready 2 hr battery recharger for nickel cadmium cells can I use it to charge the eneloop pro 2500Ah batteries?

Asked by: Maureen
No, I'm afraid that you cannot use a Ni-Cd charger to charge Ni-MH cells. This is because a Ni-Cd cell produces a more pronounced voltage drop (of around 7mV) at the end of charge, this tells the charger that it can stop charging. However, Ni-MH cells only drop around 4mV when fully charged, which is not enough to tell the Ni-Cd charger to stop charging. The result is a severely overcharged Ni-MH cell that is no longer fit for purpose.
Answered by: battman
Date published: 2017-06-10

Do you stock rechargeable 1.5v AA batteries please? If so can you provide me with a link to the product because each time I search, the page never tells me that I am seeing 1.5v batteries.

Asked by: brbrown
The only type of rechargeable cells available for household usage that will provide >=1.5v nominal are NiZn (nickel-zinc) and RAM (Rechargeable alkaline manganese) cells. However, if you are looking for a rechargeable replacement for disposable 1.5v cells (for household usage), then any 1.2v Ni-MH will be suitable. 1.5v alkaline and carbon-zinc cells actually spend most of their discharge around 1.2v too, so almost all devices that run on 1.5v cells will still run perfectly well on 1.2v cells.
Answered by: battman
Date published: 2017-06-10

Can I charge these with basic Panasonic eneloop charger?

Asked by: NicMox
Yes this would be fine.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-02-21

I have a Camlink Omega AA charger. Will these batteries work with this charger? If it does, how long will it take to charge? Thank you.

Asked by: Pikefish23
You would need to check with the chargers manual and charge rate to get this information.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-06-22

What voltage are these, and what charger is required. Thanks.

Asked by: Jack
Voltage : 1.2V a typical charger would be
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-05-16

Are these the 2500mAh or 2450mAh as in the picture? Thanks

Asked by: Mas16
They are 2500mAh.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-01-29

Are these batteries suitable for digital cameras

Asked by: Bazza
The batteries can be used in any device that uses standard 1.5v AA cells. You need to consider that rechargeable batteries only deliver 1.2v as opposed to the 1.5v of typical dry cells. Whilst this does not seem like much of a difference, a device that takes 4 x 1.5v would be 6v when powered with rechargeable cells you would only be supplying 4 x 1.2v = 4.8v This is almost one whole battery short of the required power. It's impossible for us to predict how your device will behave if you choose to use rechargeable cells.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2018-02-04

is there a specific charger for these batteries for use in uk

Asked by: mikejm
You could use
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2015-12-16
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