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    Default NO. 1 Problematic Batteries - Sanyo 2500MHZ

    • Feel the Difference - Your 2500 MHz battery power self draining everyday
    • If your Cameras Gadgets need batteries, Never Use SANYO

    The Power of Sanyo Rechargeable 2500 MHz

    Cost effective, Environmental Friendly and COME WITH BUILD-IN AUTO SELF DISCHARGE FUNCTION EVERYDAY


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    hi dude, please refer to this thread
    http://forums.clubsnap.com.sg/showth...ighlight=sanyo

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    Default Re: NO. 1 Problematic Batteries - Sanyo 2500MHZ

    what a good ad
    Canon EOS 70D + 40D

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    hmmm..

    i jus read this :
    Consumers Corner Photography-related Price Updates, Mass Orders, Services Wanted or Offered ...

    so, wat does your post here got to do with the above ??
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    lol... what a title.
    By the way, you might want to tweak your title a little. Current is very different from frequency.

    Hey, are the Sanyo 2700mAh available here? Saw their ads in newspaper not long ago. Wonder if Eastgear stocks them.

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    Had the problem.
    Called Sanyo for appt, charged the batts, batts show good at appt, no questions ask, got new batts and problems solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syke
    lol... what a title.
    By the way, you might want to tweak your title a little. Current is very different from frequency.

    Hey, are the Sanyo 2700mAh available here? Saw their ads in newspaper not long ago. Wonder if Eastgear stocks them.
    They were already selling it at the ITShow, price is around the same as 2500mAh batteries of other brands.

    But according to the Sanyo Singapore website it's 'coming soon'.
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    so what other brand is Good ?

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    Default Re: NO. 1 Problematic Batteries - Sanyo 2500MHZ

    Quote Originally Posted by icestrike
    so what other brand is Good ?
    Sony or Varta both are good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astin
    Sony or Varta both are good.
    correct me if I am wrong, I thought aony is also made by Sanyo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtong
    correct me if I am wrong, I thought aony is also made by Sanyo?
    You are wrong.

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    Default Re: NO. 1 Problematic Batteries - Sanyo 2500MHZ

    thanks to AhV I have changed my batteries and now they work fine

    have you guys heard or the new sanyo eneloop battery

    http://www.sanyo.co.jp/koho/hypertex...1/1101-2e.html

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    for varta there's only 2000mAh for double A batteries right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space

    • Feel the Difference - Your 2500 MHz battery power self draining everyday

    • If your Cameras Gadgets need batteries, Never Use SANYO

    The Power of Sanyo Rechargeable 2500 MHz

    Cost effective, Environmental Friendly and COME WITH BUILD-IN AUTO SELF DISCHARGE FUNCTION EVERYDAY

    Good ad but I have use the Sanyo 2500 and so far not a single problem. Have tried to leave it for a week and it does show some drop about 2-3% but not totally discharge. Sanyo is the way to go man.......!

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    Default Re: NO. 1 Problematic Batteries - Sanyo 2500MHZ

    If that is the case, should i go for GP?
    What about GP batteries?

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    Hi,

    Sony batteries are made by Sanyo.

    Check out the marking on the bottom of the cells. There is a HR engraved. Also the nipples of the Sanyo batteries are bigger compared to other manufacturers. Sony, Kodak, Fuji, Olympus, Energizer have their batteries made by Sanyo.

    Quote Originally Posted by jimtong
    correct me if I am wrong, I thought aony is also made by Sanyo?

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    [QUOTE=Space]
    • Feel the Difference - Your 2500 MHz battery power self draining everyday
    • If your Cameras Gadgets need batteries, Never Use SANYO

    The Power of Sanyo Rechargeable 2500 MHz

    QUOTE]

    This matter was discovered some time back. I believe a lot of us had the problem batteries changed by Sanyo office here; for both who bought it retail and thru the MO.

    What is your experience that lead you to raise this matter? Care to share?

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    Default Re: NO. 1 Problematic Batteries - Sanyo 2500MHZ

    Is this an April fool joke?
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    Energizer 2500mah is good.

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    Sanyo's service is good. At least, they respond very quickly if you make any enquiry. I have to say this is very nice and I can hardly be angry even problems might happen.

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