NiMH Rechargeable AA Battery High Capacity 1.2V Pre Charged Double A Battery for Solar Lights, Battery String Lights, TV Remotes

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $16.99

  • 【 30% Precharged for Ready Use 】 For transportation safety purposes, these batteries are only precharged with 30% power, so charge them before use for longer working. In addition, recharging the battery every 3 months can make its lifespan longer
  • 【 Rechargeable and Money-Saving 】The rechargeable AA battery can be constantly recharged 1200 times, saving you money on purchasing one-time use disposable alkaline batteries. It also does less harm to the environment than disposable batteries
  • 【 Reliable High Capacity 】The AA rechargeable battery was built with a 1300mAh high capacity rating that translates for longer working time, allowing you to use devices longer while making the most of its single charge. They won’t lose the maximum capacity while NiCD batteries do
  • 【 Multiple Daily Uses 】Can be widely used for battery string lights, toys, TV remotes, flashlights, wireless mouses, portable audio players, game controllers, smart home devices, digital cameras, and other everyday electronics
  • 【 Solar and Standard Charging 】These rechargeable NiMH batteries can be charged via solar or standard charging units. Using a fast charger is a better choice since it has a large capacity

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Brand: Brightown

Description

NiMH Rechargeable AA Battery High Capacity 1.2V Pre Charged Double A Battery for Solar Lights, Battery String Lights, TV Remotes, Wireless Mouses, Radio, Flashlight (AA-1300mAh-12pack)

AA 1300mAh Rechargable Battery

NiMH Rechargeable AA Battery High Capacity 1.2V Pre Charged Double A

12-Pack NiMH Rechargeable AA Batteries 1300mAh for Solar Lights

AA 1300mAh Rechargable Battery

Reusable Power for Everyday Devices

 

  1. These rechargeable AA batteries can be used for outdoor solar lights and other everyday devices like battery string lights, TV remotes, wireless mouses, game controllers electronic toys, and so on.
  2. Using rechargeable NiMH batteries that can be constantly recharged and reused, spend less money on one-time-use disposable batteries, do less harm to the environment.

 

Question 1: Are Brightown Batteries UL listed? How About the Quality?

 

  • All Brightown NiMH AA and AAA batteries have passed strict UL certification, safe and stable than most batteries on market. Our manufacturer is professional battery foundry for many world-famous brand like Motorolx, Toshibx, Panasonix eneloox, owned trustworthy quality, even performing better than xBasics with the same capacity.

 

Question 2: I Used Brightown NiMH Batteries in My Solar Lights, but the Lights did not Last Long.

 

  • The solar lights did not last long may owning to the battery did not well charged. Many factors contribute to poor charging:
  • Solar panel: Aging solar panel are hard to get well charged even using good batteries. With low energy conversion rate, the batteries could get little energy, leading to a short working time. Another possible reason is a faulty between solar panel and the batteries. You can try to check and adjust the position of the battery.
  • Weather: Rainy or cloudy weather with poor solar energy will cause a short lighting time.
  • Season: Summer usually have more solar energy than winter days, a longer working time than winter. Furthermore, winter has lower ambient temperature, leading to a faster discharge speed, which may cause the solar lights work shorter time.
  • Place: In a place with much cover, like trees, walls, the solar panel will get less solar power and don’t get full charge.

 

Question 3: I Used Normal Charger to Charge These Batteries, but it Takes Long Time. How to Make it Quicker?

 

  • Charging speed usually depends on what kind of charger you are using.
  • We recommend using faster charger in good quality to charge these batteries. Batteries with poor quality can hardly withstand faster charger and break soon. So Brightown high quality rechargeable batteries is a perfect choice for quick charging.

 

Question 4: What is the Difference Between AAA-600mAh, AA-1300mAh and AA-2400mAh?

 

  • The number indicates capacity the battery holds. With higher capacity, the battery could be used for a longer period after being fully charged.
  • For solar lights, whether the battery could get fully charged depends on the solar energy it can get. Sunlight in one day is limited, so 600-1300mAh is sufficient for the solar lights.
  • For higher capacity battery, like 2400mAh, won’t damage the lights or the NiMH battery, but it will not get fully charged, may cause a waste of capacity. You can choose high-capacity 2400mAh rechargeable battery for powering household everyday devices such as remote control, keyboard, mouse, electric toothbrush, Xbox console, etc..

Additional information

Brand

Product Dimensions

8 x 8 x 25 inches

Item Weight

9.2 ounces

ASIN

B07V3JQS1Z

Item model number

HFR-AA2400

Batteries

12 AA batteries required.

Date First Available

July 11, 2019

Manufacturer

HIGHPOWERMinetom

10 reviews for NiMH Rechargeable AA Battery High Capacity 1.2V Pre Charged Double A Battery for Solar Lights, Battery String Lights, TV Remotes

  1. Hannah Fischbach

    I’m sure there are better quality rechargeable batteries out there, but not for this price!I use AAs a LOT. Like I have something running that requires AAs for at least 8 hrs a day (I’m an electric candle addict along with a few other devices).The first lot I got was for Christmas decorations 2 years ago come December. I’m only now noticing that they aren’t holding a charge as well as they used to.2 years. Heavy usage. That’s pretty exceptional especially for the price.I bought 2 other brands of rechargeable batteries bc, well, I got more candles (I know it’s a weird thing to collect 😳) and those are LONG gone.I really can’t recommend 1) rechargeable batteries in general and 2) these rechargeable batteries specifically enough!

  2. KC

    Just purchased and received these so I’m not sure about longevity. We have some outdoor solar LED lights that the original rechargeable batteries have since died. Found these and claim to work in solar powered setups. I replaced all the original ones with these and they have been working so far. They are being recharged by the solar panel and seem to be holding charge. Lights come on at night and i’m not sure how long they last, pretty sure I’m well past asleep by the time they run out. Hopefully they’ll last the holiday season. Time will tell next year if they are still usable.

  3. Chris

    Bought these to replace the batteries in my solar lights. So far they’re working as they’re supposed to, no issues with any of them not working. Will revisit this if anything changes.

  4. Amazon Customer

    I have several sets of this brand in the AAA size, and they’ve performed very well for my outdoor solar lamps in my garden. That’s why when I decided for environmental reasons to cease using single-use batteries, I bought a package of the same brand’s AA size, which I also use frequently. They hold a charge at brightest light for up to a week or more in my bathroom tap lights and in my flashlights, and the AA I used in my wall clock is still going strong after several weeks of use. I’ve used several other brands’ NiMH batteries in my outdoor solar lamps, and they didn’t perform nearly as well as the Brightown brand. Also, on the AAA sets I bought a few years ago and still have, there were a few that right after purchase, didn’t perform well. The vendor sent me an entire replacement package at no cost, which was great customer service. This brand promises to always get a high thumbs up from me.

  5. KennyG

    I needed new batteries for my driveway lights! While these were slightly less powerful than the ones they replaced, they were far cheaper, and work almost just as well. Very happy with purchase!

  6. David C.

    Longevity: don’t know. Remote Control: NAPlaced new batteries in older outdoor lights. The batteries were not the problem the solar outdoor lights do not last as long as the batteries apparently. The new ones were produced varying intensity of light, but none came close to lasting all night. A few lasted 4-5 hours but not a the power they had when new. Lesson learned. When the lights go out it’s the led and the small solar panel that go bad too. I have got plenty of batteries, they are charged and ready.

  7. Robert E. Mcandrew II

    These AA batteries are the standard size and are precharged. They fit in a lot of outdoor solar lights, game controllers, and anything else that takes size AA. It’s nice to put them in solar lights and have the light work that night instead of having to wait a day for them to charge. These batteries will fit in a standard AA battery charger too.

  8. Mary Laiuppa

    I had four new in box solar spot lights I had bought for my yard but never set up sitting in the garage for years. I finally got them out and no luck. I opened them up and the batteries were gone. So I took a chance and bought these, cleaned the contacts, put them in and set up the lights. I got three out of four to work so I consider that success. The last one had corrosion on the switch so probably nothing could save that light. No matter. They were a great deal on sale at the time and would cost me four times as much were I to replace them now. Not that I could find any as good. I’m sure I can use the three left over batteries for something else. Very pleased. I have no idea how long of a lifetime they will last but my lights do stay lit after midnight so their recharge longevity is just fine.

  9. Nancy J.

    I got a notice that the delivery had been made, but it wasn’t to me. It was delivered a distance away from my home by the Prime truck. A neighbor called me and I had to drive over to their house to pick it up. The product itself is great, well wrapped and works well.

  10. Diane S.

    I love solar lights. Didn’t know until recently that the battery in them can be replaced. So, like a dummy, I removed the lid on one, saw this green battery, and replaced it with an alkaline battery. Found out the next day from a friend that solar lights must use rechargeable batteries, because the panel on the light gathers the sun and then transfers that energy to the battery to be used at night. Or something like that. Anyway, if you use an alkaline battery, it could explode, because the panel is sending energy to something that already has it. Or something like that. Anyway, I heard “explode” and went looking for the same green battery. This is it, and the solar lights are back on again!

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