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45 reviews | 4.1 out of 5
Really great batteries. They are precharged and do not run down nearly as fast as conventional NiMH batteries. I have also tried other brands with good success. Just be sure to buy precharged batteries to get batteries which do not run down nearly as fast as others while not in use.
I needed replacement batteries for cordless phones. Excellent product!
Bought these to replace the aweful batteries in our cordless phones. Work great, charge quickly & hold charge for a long time. Have used a name brand coppetopped battery & the Ray O vacs are far superior & cost less.
Great option for me because I needed to replace several cordless phone battery sets and the cost to replace them thru Panosonic was $40+ dollars. I was able to replace all handsets for $14.
Loved the idea of precharging, made everything much each easier; didn't have to wait hours to use the batteriss. Not sure if it will actually cause them to last longer, but will update review when I find out.
When i bought these, i thought they would b typical 750 mAh. But these are only 600 mAh. Extremely low capacity. Some AAA can b as high as 900 mAh. But 600 is lowest and shouldn't even be sold. Standard should be 750 mAh and even that is low as AA can hold 3X as much charge. I personally don't like AAA cuz capacity is so low but that's what some devices take.
Priced right and delivered in just a few days. Can't go wrong with this one.
In my experience with both rechargables and nicads, no brand name stands out. All give me the service, and are satisfactory. I got this package because it had the number I needed and the price was very reasonable.
Yes, I still have a house phone! Lol. The batteries on 2 phones died and these work just fine. They were not pre-chaeged but whatever, they work just fine after putting the phone on the base for a couple hours. House phone problem solved.
i got these batteries for my panasonic phones. after using these, i will never buy any batteries that are not pre-charged. you just pop them in and they are ready to use - no overnight charging required. and a great value after pricing the ones at the panasonic website.
We bought these to replace the batteries in our cordless phones. The phones' charging docks charge the batteries (while in the phone of course) and everything works great. Have been using them for a couple of months and they hold a charge very well. They were a good price, and we were happy with the purchase.
I use these rechargeable batteries for my Turtle Beach headphones when I play Xbox. I have saved Hundreds of dollars on battery purchases, and find RAYOVAC to hold power longer than the other brand.
Rechargeable batteries are the way to go if you use batteries on a regular basis. Disposable batteries-good ones that is, run about .50 each, and that is if they're on sale. I use one battery every day, that's 365 batteries a year. At .50 that's $182.50 a year. For $10 or $15 you can get a small battery charger plus at least two AAA batteries. Switching over to rechargeables was a good call.
The batteries were as expected. The problem that I had was with the delivery. It took two weeks for me to get them. If I had known that was going to happen I would have picked them up in the store. However, I was ordering a radio also and thought I might as well order them together. The radio was delivered in 5 days but this somehow got lost in the mail. I realize it is not Walmarts fault but I will not order online anymore unless it is not available in store.
I have owned rechargeable Rayovacs before. some rechargables say they are good 2-3 years, but mine are still holding a charge at 4 years old. Think of the savings!!
And I like these because they come pre-charged.
The only think I would mention about rechargables is to not loan them out. If your friends and family aren't "green oriented", they will toss them out, lol.
Batteries work as well as any other brand.
I am so happy with my original purchase that I bought another for a friend. I have saved, to date, $100+, using these rechargeable batteries. I have the same charger that I purchased for my friend. I don't recommend a lot of stuff but this, I highly recommend!
I use the batteries in my portable phones. They last long but I did find that I could have gotten them cheaper at Ingles Grocery store in GA.
I would buy them again as a practical recharging phone battery
I have had to purchase 3 packs of these as I kept thinking I got defective packs but that seems not to be. I am using them in my telephone handsets and they have to be recharged every few days and they all seem to go out at once. I also think the price is excessive for 4 small batteries. My phone manufacturer recommends NIMH batteries and have tried other types of AAA batteries which will work but for even less time.