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Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by vja4Him, Dec 22, 2010.

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  1. vja4Him

    vja4Him Thread Starter

    May 3, 2006
    I need to buy more rechargeable batteries. I'd like to get something more powerful than 2600MaH. Here are several types of batteries I'm looking at. Would like some advice if you have experience with these particular batteries, or would recommend something else:

    1) Synergy Digital-Ten Ultra High Power 2800 MaH AA Batteries

    2) Travel Quick Charger With 4AA High Power 2900 Mah rechargeable Batteries & Lcd Protector , Memory Card Case , Table top Tripod and 3 Piece Lens Cleaning kit for Fuji finepix HS10

    3) Battery, AA NiMH 4 pcs. 2700mAh by Powerex

    I will be using the AA rechargeable batteries in my FujiFilm FinePix S2000HD digital camera, DiNotte 140 taillight (bicycle), headlight and headlamp, CD player, cordless phones, and more.

    I use the batteries a lot for the taillight on my bicycle and camera, and need high quality batteries that will give the most run time.
  2. ozziebeanie


    Jun 24, 2009
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    I would presume that what ever normal non rechargeable batteries that are a good brand, (last longer than others) then if that brand makes rechargeable, then they would be good also

    I guess depending on countries as to what brand that would be, I don't know if all countries have the same brand names.

    Here (Australia) Duracell and Energiser are good rechargeable, non rechargeable batteries like Kodak are good brands for cameras a lot of Digital camera's do not work well unless you put a good battery in them, but I don't know if Kodak make a rechargeable.

    I don't know if those brands are available in the USA or if any different brands you have over there are better than those.

    Going along the lines of what non rechargeable batteries that are good then their rechargeable batteries must be good, is a good basic guide to go by if you are trying to decide which brand to go with, when you have no idea which way to go.
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