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Subject: RE: Eveready 1850 NiMh

RE: Eveready 1850 NiMh

From: Josh <>
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2002 21:05:15 -0500

I have found 2100 mah 4 pack online for $17 (no charger though) I think
I might end up getting those...

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On
Behalf Of Mike Payson
Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 8:50 PM
To:; Simon, Wesley; ''
Subject: Re: Eveready 1850 NiMh

FYI, I picked up 4 of the Energizer 1850 MAh batteries, and a one hour
with both AC and DC power adapters at Sam's Club for $29.00. Most
chargers I
priced were priced closer to $40, even for slower chargers. Of course,
club is a membership store, so unless you have a membership, you won't

On Wednesday 04 December 2002 01:20 pm, Simon, Wesley wrote:
> Good job Chris! I must have read that article a week or two ago and
it was
> updated two days ago. I have been negotiating a deal with a guy on
> for 12 of the PowerEx batteries. We haven't reached any kind of deal
as of
> today. He normally lists auctions with 8 batteries and the MaHa
charger as
> one auction. I was trying to get him to sell me 12 and the charger or
> create an auction so that I could do a "Buy it Now." But now, I think
> price the Sanyo batteries.
> thanks
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Holt []
> Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 2:00 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: Eveready 1850 NiMh
> I saw that article too. I noticed that the Eveready 1800Mah cells
came in
> around third place, and they have the added advantage of being readily
> available in department stores and such. That is why I pointed them
> Just found the page. Seems he has been doing some more testing and
> Sanyo and Energizer 1850s came out on top. Of course the testing is
> ongoing so this may change.
> Here's the link:
> I like this in particular because this guy developed his own test
setup and
> does not rely on Manuf. hype at all.
> Like you, I was pretty satisfied with the runtime of the included
> batteries, but I wanted to see how these "off the shelf" models worked
> I'm using the green ones in my little NomadIIc player, so there is no
> there. :)
> Chris
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Simon, Wesley" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 11:54 AM
> Subject: RE: Eveready 1850 NiMh
> > Just a note here on batteries. I'm happy with the lifetime of my
> > batteries. However, I recently purchased a digital camera that
takes AA
> > batteries. So, I researched to find the best NiMh batteries. In
> > process, I discovered that they are making 2400 Mah NiMh AA
> > now. I'm not sure what company makes these. I read a review of NiMh
> > batteries and they claimed that PowerEx 1800 Mah has the best
> > as far as lifecycle and memory effects. I'd point everyone to the
> > article if I
> still
> > had the link. The article convinced me to pick up this brand for my
> camera.
> > I'm sure they would work equally well in a jukebox.
> >
> > Thanks,

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Received on 2002-12-05

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