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    Default Re: Sanyo Eneloop

    Quote Originally Posted by FilterFunk
    Eneloop?
    some shops that i seen retailing them.. the prices are fixed though
    HomeFix DIY, Courts, Best Denki

    you can try the usual camera shops and you might get a couple of dollars off?
    Halfmoon: hougang mall has a HomeFix DIY on the basement, you can take a look there
    Hi FilterFunk,

    Thanks for your tips. Will go see see when I am around the area... I always see the engizer, GP and Duracell one only so far at those usual NTUC, etc....
    Art is perception; Perception is art.

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    heard that AP sells the eneloop at $9-10 per set of 2AA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benbean
    Is it good? Am thinking of buying the eneloop.
    Thanks.
    so far so good for both eneloop & Maha Powerex MH-C801.

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    Default Re: Sanyo Eneloop

    Quote Originally Posted by micah4
    heard that AP sells the eneloop at $9-10 per set of 2AA.
    Wah must go check it out when around there...thats good price.

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    AMK NTUC now got sell...
    $25.90 for 4 AA I think..
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    I bought 4 AA eneloops for $18. But must bargain a bit. SLS second floor first shop from escalator selling printer toners etc. Actual price is $20. Used it with my Sb600 Speedlight and fired around 200 shots. Still going. Will update total shots when I am finished with it.

    The best thing is that it can be used out of the pack with no initial charging needed. And after that, u still can charge to use it again. But I am having a issue with finding a suitable charger though. Dont see any original eneloops charge around. Those that comes with the batteries are only for 2 AAs.

    I guess i will consider using Sanyo charge since eneloop is also made by Sanyo. Highly recommend this batteries considering the fact that u can charge and leave it on for months without much discharge. Though at 2000Am, it certainly beats most of the big brothers just by this added feature.

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    I've just started using my set of 4 AAs Eneloop. Was surprised that it did not manage to power up my Canon S2 IS. Upon checking, discovered that one of the battery had <.5 V.

    Used charger to charge, but two days later it went back to <.5V. So this particular battery is spoilt. Well, I'm going to bring to Sanyo and ask them to test and exchange. Never thought Sanyo Eneloop will have this problem, so sad...

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    Why do you buy batteries that lies around and keeps it's charge?... Isn't it to be used? Further more I heard from EAST Gear Guy: the recycling power is lower than PowerEx (not recommended for Flashlight - you have to wait a while (1 second or more) before taking next shot (Precious moments can't wait).
    :blah: D80, Sigma 18-50/f2.8, 70-200/f2.8 (HSM).

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    Default Re: Sanyo Eneloop

    Quote Originally Posted by tchern View Post
    Why do you buy batteries that lies around and keeps it's charge?... Isn't it to be used? Further more I heard from EAST Gear Guy: the recycling power is lower than PowerEx (not recommended for Flashlight - you have to wait a while (1 second or more) before taking next shot (Precious moments can't wait).
    Flashlight or flash unit? Flashlight can't put on camera leh... .

    I read in CSnap, some report eneloop battery cycles on flash is in between alkaline battery and Ni-MH battery.

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    Arto.
    Last edited by Artosoft; 31st January 2007 at 08:49 AM.

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