Best rechargeable batteries?

Best rechargeable batteries?

snowminx snowminx
I've never used rechargeable batteries but I want to get into it so I'm not wasting so many disposable ones. So is there a kind you use and like or would recommend? I'd like to keep the recharging cartridge around $25 or less so nothing too expensive.
Thanks =)
03/10/2013
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GingerAnn GingerAnn
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dinosoar dinosoar
I completely sympathize with your woes. I think I went through 8 AAA with a power-hog toy in 2 weeks once and decided that was enough. I recently switched over to Energizer PowerPlus and have found them to be favorable in all aspects!
I purchased a 4 pack AAA (for about $10) and the Basic Recharger, which was actually right about $20 (and comes with 2 AA), if I remember correctly.
The batteries charge seemingly quickly, last a long time and have a simple light on light off indicator of whether or not they still need charging. I've even found, surprisingly enough, that they even give quite a kick to some of my toys power-wise. Good for me, maybe not so for others though.
Happy (green) pleasuring!
03/22/2013
spiced spiced
We've had good luck with energizer NiMh batteries, too. We use the AAs and AAAs for a lot of things, except for things which we only use occasionally (like flashlights). NiMh batteries like to be discharged and recharged regularly or they get screwed up, in our experience.
03/22/2013
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