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Deal Status Updates
11/12: Deal is back for a 4th run but now requires promo code EMCWWWV222 (expires 11/18).
10/22: Deal is now dead as the price is back to $24.99.
10/15: The deal is back for a third time: link. Maybe they're making this a monthly deal. Get one while they are still in stock, they go fast!
9/20: It is now sold out.
9/19: Deal is back.


Original Thread (Updated 11/12)
Newegg has an 8-Pack of PowerEx Imedion AA 2400mAh rechargeable batteries + plastic case for $17.99 shipped after promo code EMCWWWV222 (expires 11/18). A 4-pack generally runs around $13 on Amazon and 2nd gen 2000mAh Eneloops run $20.19 for an 8-pack on Amazon. These are higher capacity than regular Eneloops and compete with Eneloop XX batteries (which are almost twice the price at $30 at Amazon for an 8-pack). For those that don't know these are LSD or low self-discharge batteries which can hold most of their charge for over a year, compared to normal NiMH batteries which lose their charge after a few months generally. This is the cheapest I've seen these since I got into the rechargeable battery game earlier this year. These are up there in quality with the Eneloops. These Imedions got a perfect 5 star review from renowned reviewer NLee the Engineer: Source. They are eligible for ShopRunner 2-day shipping for those who have it.
17-355-026-TS?$S300$

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I started a tech web site which has a LSD battery section. Go check it out at MaxTechy.com if you want more info about other good LSD batteries and smart chargers. You can also go directly to the LSD battery section here. It's a work in progress but it's got some info I think would be helpful. My domain name MaxTechy.com will redirect to my Wix.com web address (the free version of Wix doesn't allow you to use your own domain, so I just got my domain to forward to the Wix URL). I appreciate your support guys.

Recommended Smart Chargers (Updated 10/21)
There are two types of chargers. There are "dumb" chargers which are timer based and often overcharge and overheat the batteries, so their useful life is much lower. Then there are "smart" chargers which cut off the charge current (or go to trickle charge) generally by detecting a slight drop in voltage when the battery is full (known as -Delta V detection). Obviously with expensive rechargeable batteries you want to take care of them so they last through the years and this makes investing in a quality smart charger money well spent. Plus with smart chargers they can charge at a higher current finishing the charge quicker, since they detect when the battery is full (most dumb chargers are the overnight variety and don't charge at a high rate so they don't explode the batteries due to extreme overcharging). Here are my own personal recommendations from the research I've done, there is a charger for every budget:


For a little more detail on some of the chargers see post #5.

General NiMH Battery and Smart Charger Resources/Reviews

Edited by Ben the OCer - 11/12/13 at 5:01pm
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You can also take a 10% off any order or checkout method with the V.me code VME10BTS
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Thanks, I've never used it but if it's not too much trouble it's worth $1.80 off.thumb.gif
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Which charger is best to use with these awesome batteries? smile.gif
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Which charger is best to use with these awesome batteries? smile.gif
It depends on your budget, desired features, and battery sizes you want to charge (some charge AAA/AA and others can charge almost everything like AAA, AA, C, and D). Just make sure it's a smart charger which stops charging when the battery is full (or goes to trickle charge). If you want I'd be happy to go into more detail but I am not sure how much you know already.

In regards to specific charger recommendations there are a few categories and resulting price brackets. There's the simple smart charger that is mostly just good for charging and some might have a discharge function to recondition old batteries. There's the entry level battery analyzer which can display a plethora of info like charge/discharge current, voltage, time, and total charge/discharge current put into or out of the battery (actual modes may include charge, discharge, refresh, and test). Then there is the highend battery analyzer which is similar in functions to the entry level one but has more charge/discharge current options.

A good simple smart charger is the Tenergy TN138 (4 AAA/AA bays but no discharge funtion) or TN157 (8 AAA/AA bays and discharge function). A good entry Level battery analyzer is the LaCrosse BC700 and AccuPower IQ-328. The BC700 is rock solid and almost legendary in the rechargeable battery market. The IQ-328 has some extra charge and discharge currents but is known to have some heat issues with 4 batteries at 1,000mAh or higher charge current (that's really kind of too high a charge current anyway but it is a downside to it's design still, but the temperature protection stops charging batteries if they get too hot). Then the highend battery analyzers are the LaCrosse BC1000 (basically a BC700 with extra charge and discharge currents) and PowerEx MH-C9000 (most flexible with it's current options and backlit LCD, it can also charge C & D batteries with a separate adapter).

Currently I own the LaCrosse BC700, Tenergy TN157, Tenergy TN190 (for Cs and Ds), BM200, and PowerEx MH-C9000. I have become a bit of a rechargeable battery fanatic. Note only the BM200 and MH-C9000 can use the AA to C/D charge adapters, as they have a charge limit of 20,000mAh whereas most others like the LaCrosse chargers have a limit of 3,000mAh.
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It depends on your budget, desired features, and battery sizes you want to charge (some charge AAA/AA and others can charge almost everything like AAA, AA, C, and D). Just make sure it's a smart charger which stops charging when the battery is full (or goes to trickle charge). If you want I'd be happy to go into more detail but I am not sure how much you know already.

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A good simple smart charger is the Tenergy TN138 (4 AAA/AA bays but no discharge funtion) or TN157 (8 AAA/AA bays and discharge function). A good entry Level battery analyzer is the LaCrosse BC700 and AccuPower IQ-328. The BC700 is rock solid and almost legendary in the rechargeable battery market. The IQ-328 has some extra charge and discharge currents but is known to overheat batteries with 4 at 1,000mAh or higher charge current (that's really kind of too high a charge current anyway but it is a downside to it's design still). Then the highend battery analyzers are the LaCrosse BC1000 (basically a BC700 with extra charge and discharge currents) and PowerEx MH-C9000 (most flexible with it's current options and backlit LCD, it can also charge C& D batteries with a separate adapter).

Currently I own the LaCrosse BC700, Tenergy TN157, Tenergy TN190 (for Cs and Ds), BM200, and PowerEx MH-C9000. I have become a bit of a rechargeable battery fanatic. Note only the BM200 and MH-C9000 can use the AA to C/D adapters, as they have a charge limit of 20,000mAh whereas most others like the LaCrosse chargers have a limit of 3,000mAh.


Wow, tyvm for a very detailed answer. Much appreciated. I am buying these batteries for the sole purpose of kids console remotes. I think the Tenergy TN157 is perfect to start with. Right?
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Tenergy TN138: $10.98 shipped
http://www.rakuten.com/prod/tenergy-tn138-aa-aaa-battery-charger/250141400.html?listingId=285795653

Tenergy TN157
Hard to find right now. I paid $17.49 from a third party Amazon seller a few months ago.

AccuPower IQ-328: $29.71 shipped (excellent eBay seller, check out the battery capacity data he has in his listings)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/320749631694?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

LaCrosse BC700: $35.87 shipped but was around $30 recently
http://www.amazon.com/La-Crosse-Technology-Battery-Charger/dp/B000RSOV50/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1376964613&sr=8-1&keywords=Bc700

BM200 Battery Analyzer + 2 C/D charge adapters: $44.95 shipped (same excellent eBay seller)
http://www.ebay.com/itm/BM200-Battery-Charger-Analyzer-Tester-NiMH-NiCd-AA-AAA-C-and-D-Cells-12V-Input-/231019038042?pt=Batteries_Chargers&hash=item35c9cec55a

PowerEx MH-C9000 + 4 PowerEx 2700mAh non-LSD batteries: $54.99 shipped ($49.49 with V.me coupon in OP)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817355014

LaCrosse BC1000 + 4 AAA & 4 AA batteries + 4 AA to C/D battery spacers: $58.70 shipped
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004J6DLD4/sr=8-1/qid=1376964901/ref=olp_product_details?ie=UTF8&me=&qid=1376964901&seller=&sr=8-1

2 AA to C/D charge adapters fit MH-C9000, BM200, and most AA charges but remember charge limit for those other chargers: $11.75 shipped
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Pack-Battery-Adapter-Charge-Test-C-D-Cells-PowerEx-MH-C9000-Charger-or-BM200-/330924407480?pt=Battery_Chargers&hash=item4d0ca1bab8


I didn't mention the BM200 before as it's not very well known, but it can be a great value as it comes with those C/D charge adapters. Like the IQ-328 it can sometimes trigger temperature protection with too high a charge current like 1,000mAh or above for AAs. It has an internal resistance testing mode which can tell you how prone or immune a battery is to voltage drop during load.
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Wow, tyvm for a very detailed answer. Much appreciated. I am buying these batteries for the sole purpose of kids console remotes. I think the Tenergy TN157 is perfect to start with. Right?
I am happy to help. The TN157 would make a great starter charger. The only problem is it's hard to find at a decent price right now. I paid $17.49 shipped from a third party Amazon seller a few months ago, and it was on eBay recently for $24.95 shipped:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tenergy-TN157-8-Slot-Battery-Charger-NiMH-NiCd-AA-AAA-with-Refresh-Function-/321012295087?ViewItem=&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&item=321012295087&nma=true&si=bOfBzulV20DSlWOPja%252Flg3K7Yek%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557

You might have to go with the TN138 instead. It would make a nice travel charger anyway if you get a better charger down the road and at less than $11 it's a steal.thumb.gif The link with embedded video below tells some info about the TN138 (Rakuten.com is still the cheaper place to buy it due to the much lower shipping, even though all-battery is ironically the marketplace seller, so it's cheaper to buy via Rakuten than their actual site):
http://www.all-battery.com/tenergytn138_4-bay_aa_aaanimhledbatterycharger-01138.aspx
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I am happy to help. The TN157 would make a great starter charger. The only problem is it's hard to find at a decent price right now. I paid $17.49 shipped from a third party Amazon seller a few months ago, and it was on eBay recently for $24.95 shipped:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tenergy-TN157-8-Slot-Battery-Charger-NiMH-NiCd-AA-AAA-with-Refresh-Function-/321012295087?ViewItem=&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&item=321012295087&nma=true&si=bOfBzulV20DSlWOPja%252Flg3K7Yek%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557

You might have to go with the TN138 instead. It would make a nice travel charger anyway if you get a better charger down the road and at less than $11 it's a steal.thumb.gif The link with embedded video below tells some info about the TN138 (Rakuten.com is still the cheaper place to buy it due to the much lower shipping, even though all-battery is ironically the marketplace seller, so it's cheaper to buy via Rakuten than their actual site):
http://www.all-battery.com/tenergytn138_4-bay_aa_aaanimhledbatterycharger-01138.aspx

Your are now officially my battery master! I went ahead and got the 8pack battery from newegg but will probably wait for a TN157 to get in stock. The 8 battery charger is really nice, I don't have to charge twice. Thanks again for the detailed info, I hope to return the favor one of these days smile.gif
Edited by ukic - 8/19/13 at 9:14pm
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Your are now officially my battery master! I went ahead and got the 8pack battery from newegg but will probably wait for a TN157 to get in stock. The 8 battery charger is really nice, I don't have to charge twice. Thanks again for the detailed info, I hope to return the favor one of these days smile.gif
Thanks that's very kind of you to say. I've learned a lot about rechargeable NiMH batteries and smart chargers this year. I've learned a lot from online research and Amazon reviewer NLee the Engineer who is super knowledgeable in LSD batteries and smart chargers. I don't blame you for wanting the TN157, I just can't guarantee if or when it will come back. Keep an eye on Amazon and eBay for one. Here is the product link I bought mine from in case it comes back:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004NYRMIC/ref=oh_details_o05_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

You might try messaging eBay seller rdana, who had them a short time ago and see if he knows when he'll get some more in:
http://myworld.ebay.com/rdana?_trksid=p2047675.l2559
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