Dell Dell.ca: Sanyo Eneloop Rechargeable Battery Deals (8xAA, 4xAAA, Charger $29.99, Family Pack $24.99) Dell.ca: Sanyo Eneloop Battery Deals

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Dell has sale prices on ever-popular Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable batteries once again. Two bundles are on sale this time:

The prevailing opinion on RedFlagDeals.com is that Eneloop batteries lead the way when it comes to rechargeable batteries. Eneloop batteries can hold their charge for very long periods of time and always prove popular when they go on sale.

Note that for the $29.99 bundle, users who have bought this bundle report receiving the newest generation of Eneloop batteries rated for 1500 charge cycles, despite the product page mentioning that they are good for 1000 charge cycles.

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    • I suddenly have a need for rechargeable batteries, within $5 is this a good deal?
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    • i got generation2 but it was for 24.99
      So you don't share?
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    • Dell has put a popular Eneloop bundle back on sale. Right now, the the Sanyo Eneloop ECH840 Rechargeable Battery Kit with 8xAA, 4xAAA, and a charger is $29.99.

      These list as rated for 1000 charge cycles (first generation Eneloops) but I believe for other "old" bundles that have gone on sale recently, people are receiving second generation Eneloops. Anyone have confirmation on that?

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      Yes I got second generation for ECH840. The price I paid 25.99 + TAX
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    • i got generation2 but it was for 24.99
      I second ! Got the Gen 2. Batteries and charger were seperate
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    • I suddenly have a need for rechargeable batteries, within $5 is this a good deal?
      This is a good deal if you need a charger and have use for the AAAs.

      Breakdown:
      - Typical SDM sale on Duraloops is $8 for 4AA or 4AAA.
      - This kit has 8AA and 4AAA, so that's worth $24.
      - You are getting the charger for $6.
      - AND these are actual Eneloops.

      If you are looking to just slowly replenish your battery supply, you can get save.ca $3 off coupon and use it when SDM has a sale. Lets you buy a single pack of 4 batteries for $6, tax included. Rinse and repeat.
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    • "WAS" - March 6
      Funny, I posted in that thread too, pretty much same info I posted in this one.

      So they ended up being gen2s? That's good for buyers. Personally I don't need it. Got enough stockpile.
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    • I finally counted. I own 157 eneloop batteries! It took a while.

      Your looking at a price per battery of $2.50 a battery. I just did a quick ebay tour, including my usual overseas supplier, and if these are new 2nd gen, this is an excellent price. Even the larger bundles I could find were avg about $3 per battery typically, without the charger.

      Sanyo has really confused the market now, as they have just introduced a new Lite version, and pro/xx versions (very high output, less recharge times), as well as a mobile booster (I found a mobile booster with a heated waistbelt for sale on ebay, lol). My favorite Power Pack combo is now brutally priced - hopefully they will show up at Dell or Costco again some point in the future.

      Battery pricing has gone up rather then down, perhaps due to a combination of weather events in Japan, Thailand, etc.

      Thanks given to OP.
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    • Funny, I posted in that thread too, pretty much same info I posted in this one.

      So they ended up being gen2s? That's good for buyers. Personally I don't need it. Got enough stockpile.
      I got Gen2 as well
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    • Damn, just bought a charger and batteries from Powerex a few weeks ago.
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    • thanks op. i picked this up. i was gonna wait for SDM to sell them... but i gave up with the whole coupon thing
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    • Love the 2nd Gen Eneloop but I feel it's a better deal getting the Duracell from the SDM promo with P&G coupons. The ones with charger are 1st Gen Eneloop but I think it's just as good as the 2nd Gen, probably I am not using the batteries on high drain devices.
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    • I got generation 2 on the last sale too

      (I would be happy with generation 1 anyway)
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    • damn, need the AA batteries....don't need the charger as I already have 2 extras....
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    • Wow looks like a wicked deal.

      Not sure why, but the enloop package I bought from Dell about 4 years ago, even from the get go, the batteries didnt really hold their charge. I charged all of them up front and put them away. And when I needed to change the batteries in my mouse 6 months later, or my remote control 9 months later, the AA's and AAA's were already dead. Kinda odd.

      And to make it worse, I misplaced my charger about 4 months ago

      Oh well, $40 is a nice savings! Thanks Op!
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    • I would be interested to buy 2xAA and 4xAAA for $15 from one of you guys who is willing to sell.
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    • Wasn't the previous Dell day of deals thing the exact same thing for 25/26 dollars?
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    • Damn, after my Eneloop quick charger died this week, I spent $35 on a really good charger after not expecting to get a decent deal anytime soon. Would have bought this and batteries instead.
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