Energizer Rechargeable D Batteries, NiMH, 2500 mAh, 2 count (NH50BP-2) Green and Silver

(8 customer reviews)

Price: $10.99

  • 2 pack of Energizer Recharge Universal Rechargeable D Batteries
  • Energizer D batteries in this battery pack offer up to a 3 year battery life for long lasting D cell batteries
  • Energizer rechargeable batteries save money when you use the D rechargeable batteries with an Energizer Battery Charger
  • D size batteries made with 7% recycled batteries and the chargeable batteries are designed to prevent leaks
  • D batteries can be charged hundreds of times for ongoing use

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Brand: Energizer


Energizer Rechargeable D Batteries, NiMH, 2500 mAh, 2 count (NH50BP-2) Green and Silver

Additional information


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎


Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎

1.3 x 3.7 x 4.3 inches; 2.57 Ounces

Item model number ‏ : ‎


Batteries ‏ : ‎

2 D batteries required.

Date First Available ‏ : ‎

February 13, 2005

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎

Energizer Batteries- Consumables

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8 reviews for Energizer Rechargeable D Batteries, NiMH, 2500 mAh, 2 count (NH50BP-2) Green and Silver

  1. Blacky67

    I initially bought these due to the Brand Name but once I got them, I thought I got ripped off. I was using a battery charger that was a few years old, which also worked the last time I used it. I’m thinking that I got bad batteries. I figured I’d order a basic charger from Amazon to see if the batteries would charge with the worst-case scenario being that I send everything back for a refund. The charger came in a day or two after I ordered it, and although it took the batteries most of the night to discharge and recharge. They worked! I gotta say that they work pretty damn good too. I’ve been using them almost daily and although I could have got more powerful batteries, these are working out fine for me. Definitely worth the cash. Well, they are for me..

  2. Jayme M

    I purchased these batteries to run a small RV fridge fan (see pic).They came “pre-charged” according to the packaging, but lasted only a couple days before the fan quit. I was underwhelmed and disappointed, to say the least.I re-charged them fully and after charging they lasted about two weeks of running the little fan 24/7. They don’t last nearly as long as a standard D-Cell, but I’m still happy with a 2-week runtime in a cold fridge!UPDATE: After numerous re-chargings, these batteries now run the little fan for 10 days per charge

  3. TKG

    Thought i’d do an experiment with my rechargeable batteries by buying these energizers ( Best name brand overall) but with 2500 capacity vs my EBL10000 capacity. My Premise I was thinking that well sometimes manufactures some how pull off the better numbers ( ie capacity) is overall not as good as a name brand but the product My test revealed that the EBL batteries with higher capacity indeed had 3 x plus more use. My experiment was with using low drain electronic candle’s and varied the duration ithout much change. The one aspect I have not tested was the length of time the batterie can hold a useful charge. In theory, the less capacity batteries will loose less energy over time. In conclusion, I’m better off with the EBL and less money to boot. All purchased on Amazon.

  4. B. Fox

    I use a small, battery fan to blow the air through my oil filled electric heater, so I can keep the temperature lower and still stay warm. These batteries will give three days of six hours a day before needing recharging which is about a third of the time of an alkaline energizer or half the time of a heavy duty battery, but these batteries can be fully charged over night, and so far, appear to be cheaper than using the disposables, over time. I already had the charger.

  5. southern girl1211

    Not sure what the problem is as I have other Energizer Rechargeable battery. However, I put them in the outdoor light that runs on batteries and the light did not work. I recharged the battery thinking that it might need charging and the light still did not work. So not sure what is wrong but would not buy these again.

  6. Noilemahc

    We purchased these originally almost 9 years ago for a baby swing that we didn’t want to keep buying new batteries for. Still have them and use them regularly with the most recent baby. We need three batteries for the swing and originally had enough for 2 “sets” so we’d always have some charged and ready to go. At some point we lost 1 battery and no longer had enough for our 2 sets anymore so purchased new ones again. Now I can say that the new ones do tend to last a little longer than the old ones, but it’s only by an hour or so. The old ones will still last for a good 5 or 6 hours of straight use. In my opinion, that’s pretty dang good for a product almost a decade old. And they’re all being charged with the original charger we purchased almost 9 years ago now too. I would definitely recommend this brand to anyone looking to save money on batteries over the long term. Another thing to be noted though is it’s very easy to tell the difference between the new and old just by looking at them. Whatever the “label” is that covers these tends to fray at the tops so they don’t look very pretty anymore after so many years of use and abuse. This was also the case with the AA’s we had also gotten so long ago.

  7. Kevin

    I just ordered another 4 of these to replace the 4 I use in my maglite. I’ve had the flashlight for about 25 years and used these batteries in it for about the last 10. I don’t use the flashlight daily and yes you do need to recharge them once in a while even if you don’t use them regularly. …rechargables ¯_(ツ)_/¯They’re incredibly light so hitting someone with the flashlight isn’t as satisfying as with old school batteries but these combined with an LED bulb in a quality flashlight and you’re good to go for a long time. I seriously had the last set of 4 for about 10 years.PRO TIP: Rechargeable batteries and a charger to go with them is the single greatest baby shower gift on Earth. Trust me, I’ve done it many times and been endlessly thanked for it. 🙂

  8. Cat House

    These cells are low density and as such they should be used in devices that do not need long-term power. I use them in a three cell mag light which I carry in my pants pocket and therefore their light weight is most desirable., However since I don’t burn my flashlight all night I get about three weeks out a single charge. If you need to put a heavy drain for a long period of time these light weight batteries will probably not be appropriate for your use. One additional note these cells are manufactured in a chrome wrapper and a silver wrapper, the chrome wrapper cells are made in Japan and the silver wrapper cells are made in China. I have not had issue with either cell regardless of the country of origin and have cells that have been in use now for five years. I have used several brands of rechargeable cell and these have outlasted the other brands that I have used in the last five years.

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