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CTECHi Provide Best Rechargeable Lithium AA Batteries

From:CTECHI GROUP Limited     Release time:2018-09-14

Overview:The latest battery tests have presented brilliant AA lithium rechargeable batteries and AAA lithium rechargeable batteries. And, for the first time, we can tell you which batteries are best at maintaining their battery life after repeat uses. The very best rechargeable lithium aa batteries will power your electric devices for over 400 hours of re-use, last for over six hours after charging – and can be charged between uses. But the worst manage less than 100 hours before you'll notice that they need charging much sooner than they did originally, or leak away a third of their charge when left unused.

The latest battery tests have presented brilliant AA lithium rechargeable batteries and AAA lithium rechargeable batteries. And, for the first time, we can tell you which batteries are best at maintaining their battery life after repeat uses.

The very best rechargeable lithium aa batteries will power your electric devices for over 400 hours of re-use, last for over six hours after charging – and can be charged between uses. But the worst manage less than 100 hours before you'll notice that they need charging much sooner than they did originally, or leak away a third of their charge when left unused.

Paying more won't absolutely protect you from a bad battery either. We've tested AA lithium rechargeable batteries and AAA lithium rechargeable batteries ranging from £3.35 to £13.99 for a pack of four and found that you can pay the same for a pack of brilliant rechargeable batteries and a pack of disappointing low-scorers.

Save money on rechargeable batteries

We've tested 18 rechargeable batteries and found the best rechargeable lithium aa batteries that's great value for money. Regardless of costing around half the price of the most expensive on test, it'll recharge almost double the number of times before you find it doesn't last long.

AAA Lithium Rechargeable Batteries

Graph showing the difference between a good quality and bad quality battery in the long term

The best batteries charge to the same capacity repeatedly but the worst deteriorate and gradually power your devices for less time.

We've tested how well rechargeable batteries stand up to long-term use, after 48% of members told us that this was the most important technical factor for them when choosing rechargeable li-ion batteries.

We measured how much of their original capacity they could remain after we repeated charging and using each battery hundreds of times over.

The best rechargeable batteries consistently deliver 80% or more of their original stated capacity for over 400 hours of use. But the worst drop to less than 60% of their stated capacity after just 100 hours of use. Use these batteries repeatedly in your electronic devices and you'll soon notice they don't last as long as you would expect them to.

Our tests apply the most energy-consuming devices you're likely to use your batteries in, so they should last even longer in low-powered gadgets such as cameras, radios or clocks.

Whether batteries that stand up well to long-term use or that last the longest on a single charge is most important to you, our rechargeable battery reviews can help.


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