Rayovac Pre-charged Rechargeable NiMH AA Batteries, 4ct

Rayovac Pre-charged Rechargeable NiMH AA Batteries, 4ct

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Power your electronics and toys with Rayovac Rechargeable Batteries. These are low self-discharge engergizers that come pre-charged and ready to use. This means that there is no need to charge them before installation. They offer an ideal solution for powering your digital devices. When you use this 4-count of Rayovac AA batteries, you can keep used batteries out of the landfill. They contain enough power to take up to 300 photos per charge after the first power-up. You get eight times more digital pictures with these pre-charged rechargeable NiMH AA batteries. Power up your favorite toys and electronics with this set.

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Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.

Power your electronics and toys with Rayovac Rechargeable Batteries. These are low self-discharge engergizers that come pre-charged and ready to use. This means that there is no need to charge them before installation. They offer an ideal solution for powering your digital devices. When you use this 4-count of Rayovac AA batteries, you can keep used batteries out of the landfill. They contain enough power to take up to 300 photos per charge after the first power-up. You get eight times more digital pictures with these pre-charged rechargeable NiMH AA batteries. Power up your favorite toys and electronics with this set.


Rayovac Pre-Charged Rechargeable NiMH AA Batteries, 4-count:

  • Now low self-discharge! Batteries come pre-charged and ready to use, no need to charge them first
  • Rayovac NiMH rechargeable batteries offer the ideal solution to powering your high drain digital devices
  • Consumers get an excellent value and keep disposable batteries out of the landfills
  • 4-count Rayovac AA batteries work in all NiMH chargers
  • Takes up to 300 photos per charge after first charge
  • Takes 8X more digital pictures than Energizer Ultimate Lithium (with 20 charges)
  • Ideal for high drain devices
  • Environmentally friendly technology

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Battery Size:

Contained Battery Type: Nickel Metal Hydride
Model: LD715-4OP
Brand: Rayovac
Volts: 1.200 VOLT
Video Game Platform: PC
Recommended Use: NOT STATED
Size: AA
Material: other-materials
Form: AA type
Manufacturer Part Number: LD715-4OPB
Color: Multicolor
Container Type: CARDED
Battery Capacity: 1400 mAh
Features: Low self-discharge technology allows batteries to stay charged longer ,  1,350mAh ,  Precharged & ready to use out of pack ,  AA rechargeables take up to 300 photos per charge when fully charged ,  4 pk ,  Recharges up to 500x ,  Holds charge 3x longer than standard NiMH rechargeables when not in use
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 13.25 x 7.75 x 5.81 Inches
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Customer Reviews | 115 reviews | 4.3 out of 5

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wast of money
1/3/2017

Customer review by cassie

1.0 stars 1/3/2017 by cassie
by cassie

I bought a set with charger included to use for wireless controllers. I didnt think to check them before throwing away the packaging but the batteries never worked at all. then i figured maybe they didnt come pre charged so i put them on the charger and still nothing. surely not something i will try and buy again. spend the extra couple dollars on a better quality battery.

cassie
indiana
Would recommend to a friend? No
Gender:Female
will work in Canon point & shoot when others wont
12/2/2013

Customer review by agpob

5.0 stars 12/2/2013 by agpob
by agpob

Tricks the Canon chip!!! I bought Duracell 2750mah rechargeable AA for my little Canon A460 & SX160 point & shoot. The Duracell AND others powered the camera on but right away a message appeared that said the batteries were too weak and the camera shut off. Charged them again for 8 hours, same thing. I put them in a flashlight with incandescent bulb and the light was BRIGHT for 6 HOURS!!! SO, the Duracell batteries were GREAT, HOWEVER, they are only 1.2 volts and the camera chip said "low battery - power off"!!! For some reason, the little cheap green Ray o Vac NiMh batteries - which are 1.2 as well - trick the chip and powers the camera just fine !!!! I carry 2 sets and can shoot about 50 - 100 pics per set, not a bunch, but I haven't been let down by them yet in 6 years.

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agpob
marble falls, tx
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Male
Usage:Every few days
Not enough battery life
12/19/2016

Customer review by JustJ

2.0 stars 12/19/2016 by JustJ
by JustJ

I'm sorry, Rayovac, but these are pretty awful. They charge quickly, but they have less than 1/4 the life of a non-rechargeable battery. I bought a few packs of these to power all of the holiday led lights that we have around the house. 3 of these batteries will only last about 1 week in each of the light sets, which are on 6 hours per day. I'm constantly charging and replacing batteries and it's incredibly annoying. I have another set of rechargeables and they last several weeks in these light sets. I've very annoyed that I paid money for these.

JustJ
Chicago, IL, United States
Would recommend to a friend? No
Gender:Male
Good value batteries
12/9/2016

Customer review by Steve1

5.0 stars 12/9/2016 by Steve1
by Steve1

The cost of these batteries is a good value for it's capacity compared to other name brands. Without the mAH rating on the package it was hard to realize that, though. This is a medium capacity battery and is priced accordingly. The precharged feature is good when you need a battery to work NOW, instead of the other brands that come out of the package almost dead.

Steve1
Minneapolis, MN, United States
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Gender:Male
Lower capacity than other brands
12/17/2011

Customer review by kmmatney

3.0 stars 12/17/2011 by kmmatney
by kmmatney

The packaging doesn't say anything about the actual capacity of these batteries, but I have tested several of them, and their capacity is around 1200 maH, which is very low for AA batteries. You need to get the "platinum" version to get a more respectable 2100 maH capacity. So overall, the platinum version, or Duracell pre-charged NiMH batteries are a better value. I was a bit disappointed with this product.

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kmmatney
Centennial, CO
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Every day
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by an anonymous customer 10/27/2010
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  • A. Should have bought first batteries along with a charger. However, a charge is fairly inexpensive. Should have them at Walmart.
    by HiawathaG10/22/2012
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  • A. You don't connect them to a wire in a light socket!!! Search Rechargeable batteries on walmart.com and you will find battery chargers...
    by SurfingFamily9/4/2011
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  • A. Rechargeable D/C/AA/AAA batteries are charged using any NiMH battery charger. All chargers in retail stores designed to charge these size batteries are NiMH chargers. Most households already have one or more chargers for these size batteries. If you have one, just check to see it says NiMH, or has a switch to set to NiMH (as opposed to NiCAD). Pre-charged, also called Hybrid, rechargeable batteries are charged on same chargers as standard NiMH batteries.
    by jrussell7895/23/2011
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  • A. These batteries need to be discharged ocassionally to extend their life, so buy a NiMH discharge-recharge device. CCrane.com has a AA-AAA-C-D CC QuickCharger-2 Model that is fantastic and one of the most affordable.
    by muletrain4/27/2011
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  • A. Buy an appropriate NiMH charger.
    by Barnola12/14/2010
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  • A. You must have a battery charger.
    by micbaa11/3/2010
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  • A. With a battery charger, which can also be purchased through walmart.com or other retailers nationwide.
    by jdavisjld11/4/2010
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by an anonymous customer 7/24/2011
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  • A. as for rechargeable batteries, they all balance out. pay more they last longer each charge, quick charge batteries usually dont have the duration. This purchase of rayovac, has 1500 rounds of charge, but duration may be limited. Balance the cost of the battery, opposed to the MAh's (which means the durability of the each charge) Rechargeable, still out way conventional, Not as much waste, and lower cost. When matched with conventional alkaline. Hope this wast long winded and hope it helped.
    by fuzzega8/13/2016
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  • A. It depends on a lot of things. If you're regularly putting them in quick chargers that charge them up in just an hour or 2 when they're run down all the way expect 300-500 charges before you notice a shorter life between charges. They get hot in quick chargers, & it shortens their life. Slow charges of 4 hours or more can get you over 1,000 charges. Rechargeable cells don't always just go dead one day (but some do or get damaged). They usually just have a shorter run time after every charge/discharge cycle. So it depends on how short the run time gets before you don't consider them useful anymore. A small analog pocket radio may run 40 hours on a couple rechargeable batteries when they are new. But after 1,000 charges it may only run the same radio 15-20 hours. Still useful, but not as long lasting as they used to be. At 1300-1500 charges it may only run in the radio 2-6 hours, not work at all in your camera, but still run in your TV remote for a couple months (remotes don't use much power).
    by VJJohn7/22/2014
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  • A. I understand around 1,000 times
    by HiawathaG3/5/2013
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  • A. my son is heavy user we cgarge them up every 3 days ,it last more than 3 years. still going
    by happymom123456789/17/2012
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  • A. The right answer is there is no specific number. My wife uses lots of these and replaces them every couple of years. They get used and recharged daily during the summer, and weekly for about 6 more months. She also doesn't fully discharge them.
    by servant748/4/2012
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  • A. Maybe the manufacture's website will give you exact numbers; but I know that I've recharged mine hundreds of times and they are still as good as new!!
    by BabyProductReviewer1/17/2012
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by tonto123 9/1/2011
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  • A. 1200mah
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  • A. Milliamp/hours. It is like the amp/hour rating on your car battery and basically tells how much energy is in the battery. Higher mAh rated batteries will work longer between charges. Usually that means you can take more pictures before the batteries go dead. Caution: certain devices require a minimum mAh rating and most rechargeable batteries nowadays don't include this critical information on package. You have to do research at manufacturer website, which is ridiculous.
    by jet4badgers6/16/2015
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  • A. the battery capacity. Some hold more charge than others
    by HiawathaG9/10/2013
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  • A. My own testing shows these to have a capacity of around 1200 maH, which is a bit low. The platinum version has a higher capacity.
    by kmmatney5/30/2015
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  • A. Almost every pack has a different rating! I have associated it with the over all usage strength of the battery. If buying batteries I look for the largest mah number on all packs at the same price and get the largest number. ( mAH number helps give measures as to how quickly a battery will discharge during certain usage needs with battery powered toys like flashlights, remote control cars, cd player.)
    by SurfingFamily8/21/2014
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