Get the most from your high-drain electronics with this Energizer rechargeable battery set. You can recharge these batteries hundreds of times to save money while helping the environment. Constructed with the Advanced Manufacturing Process, this Energizer rechargeable battery set of two provides you with reliable performance for up to 1,500 charges.
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Explaination of why these are not the best
Posted by: Xplaination from: VA on
In response to the short lifespan between charges I offer this. If you look at the mAh rating of these, they are only 2500 which is similar to that of a good AA rechargable battery. These, as are most others, are merely a AA battery in a D shell. What you need is a D cell that is at least a 10,000MAh rating. That will equate to a regular D cell battery that you would expect. You can Google 10,000mAh D cell on the internet and find multiple places that have them.
16 out of 16 found this review helpful.
Not a D battery
Posted by: jackd20 from: Summit, NJ on
I am surprised Energizer makes this product, they should be embarrassed. I recently became a 1st time father and bought these batteries for all of my son's toys. What a waste. My wife and I have to charge these batteries every other day. I would not sell these to my worst enemy, just a horrible product.
18 out of 20 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Randy0222 from: Orlando, FL on
Don't waste your money on these, at 2400 mAh they are more like AA in a D casing
17 out of 19 found this review helpful.
only good for low energy use!
Posted by: bestbuyerVA from: Sterling, VA on
I'm a big energizer battery fan! but their C and D rechargeable batteries are a huge let down. the mAh is just to low its the same as their AA 2300 mAh batteries and the device you are putting these D and C batteries in expect 4000-6000 mAh at least! So you drain the batteries fast. its great that they are rechargeable but you'll be doing a lot of recharging
10 out of 11 found this review helpful.
DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY
Posted by: hartmandc from: Grand Rapids, MI on
I wish I would have researched these ahead of time. I always do for everything else I buy. Some of the equipment we use requires D batteries so I figured rechargables would be the way to go and have had good results with Energizer regular batteries and with stuff at Best Buy. After using these batteries (4 at a time) for 4-6 hours, they die, take nearly that long to charge, and repeat.
8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Madmax from: on
They charge very quickly and last for years. This is to replace energizer rechargeable batteries I bought in 2007.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Unhappy, maybe very unhappy.
Posted by: BummerX8 from: on
I got a new worksite radio for christmas. Week after I went to my local Best Buy and bought 8 of these batteries for the unit. Came home, charged them and went to my worksite the next morning. 3 hours later the music stopped, the batteries were done. First thought, I got some bad batteries. At home that night I recharged, and thought maybe I should return them, and exchange. I checked this site, and then a few others and realized I had spent $51.00 on D batteries that have the power of AA batteries. I still had all the packaging and reciept, took it allback and Best Buy would not refund my purchase, they donot except returned batteries. Even if they are rechargable, less than 48 hours old, and have a lousey rating on their site.
I ordered better batteries elsewhere. And a combo dvd/vcr, I guess Best Buy is off tmy list. They are selling junk here.
6 out of 12 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Jasonaw from: on
Last a long time easy to recharge good value would buy again
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Posted by: MrAnt from: on
these batteries hold a good charge for a long time too. we use them all the time and they work great!
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Energizer - NiMH Rechargeable Batteries D
Posted by: BWFG from: on
They're D size batteries... not much more can be said. They charge and work as advertised.