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101. Energizer ER-DVD Universal DVD
$19.94 $15.72 list($24.99)
102. Energizer CHM4FC Battery Charger
$155.23 list($169.99)
103. Energizer ER-L440 Li-Ion Battery
$12.80 list($24.99)
104. Nikon EN-EL3 Li-Ion 7.4V - 1400
$27.58 list($39.99)
105. Panasonic Replace Battery
$7.99 $4.95 list($8.99)
106. Energizer NH35BP-2 AccuRechargeable
$79.99 list($99.99)
107. ER-C535 Energizer ER-C535 Panasonic
$50.75
108. Energizer Lithium Ion Battery
$8.99 $7.88
109. Energizer NH22BP ACCU 9-Volt Rechargeable
$27.89
110. Energizer ERC590 Lithium Ion Camcorder
$9.99
111. Energizer® Rechargable
$29.99 list($42.99)
112. 15 MINUTE CHARGER FOR AA BATTERIES
$25.78
113. Energizer ER-C620 Lithium Ion
$7.49
114. Energizer® L91BP-4 Lithium AA
$43.62
115. Energizer ERCH1 Camcorder/Digital
$40.82
116. Energizer ERC525 Lithium Ion Camcorder
$8.99 $5.99
117. Energizer NH50BP-2 ACCU D Rechargeable
$21.59
118. Energizer ER-D120 Lithium Ion
$24.58
119. Energizer ERCH2 Camcorder/Digital
$31.71
120. Energizer ER-C5160 Nickel-Metal

101. Energizer ER-DVD Universal DVD Battery/Charger

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Asin: B00006JM74
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 2844
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Features

  • Provides extended runtime, extreme portability, and flexible power options for today's portable DVD players
  • Compatible with most of today's portable DVD models
  • Features 4500 mAh battery and AC Adaptor

102. Energizer CHM4FC Battery Charger High Energy
list price: $24.99
our price: $19.94
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Asin: B00000JGNB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 530
Average Customer Review: 3.93 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High energy and high performance NiMH and NiCd battery charger
  • Quickly charges nickel metal hydride or nickel-cadmium rechargeable batteries
  • Universal charger charges all AAA, AA, 9V NiMH or NiCd cells
  • LED indicators make it easy to see when the batteries are fully charged

Reviews (15)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not as "smart" as other rechargers
My neighbor and I bought this charger but I returned mine and I think she is going to return hers also. It seems a little dated because it charges the batteries for a fixed amount of time (both NiMH and NiCad). So if your battery is only slightly discharged it'll still charge it for the same time as if it were totally dead. It also can't charge batteries individually which my Rayovac charger can. The only downfall of my Rayovac is that it can only charge AA and AAA which is all I need. I paid 25 dollars for the Energizer and the Rayovac was only 10 dollars... BIG difference. If you can find a Rayovac recharger at your local store get it! I even got 16 NiMH batteries for 25 dollars - PLUS they're ALL 1600mah (higher the rating the more power). Just thought I'd let everyone know. Alohaz

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid, versatile charger
For the money, you'd be hard pressed to purchase a better battery charger. This unit from Energizer (which is apparently really getting into the rechargeable market) can charge any consumer-size battery--AAA, AA, C, D, and 9V--in either NiCad or NiMH chemistries.

It charges standard cells in about 4-6 hours and 9V batteries in about 9-10. This rate isn't as fast as some "quick chargers," but doesn't make the batteries hot and is really slightly better for them. When it's done, it keeps them on "trickle charge" so that they're at 100% capacity when you remove them.

For any batteries except 9V, you have to charge in pairs; many NiMH chargers have this restriction, however. You also cannot charge NiCad and NiMH at the same time.

Overall recommendation: If you're looking to stop wasting money on alkaline batteries and need a NiMH charger for household use, buy this one. For those few people who really *need* to be able to charge batteries in one hour (which are really only very high-intensity digital camera users), however, spend extra for a quick charger.

5-0 out of 5 stars VALUABLE ASSET
After almost throwing away a cordless mouse for my computer, thinking I would have to replace the rechargable batteries that came in it because they would not charge, I put them into this charger and bingo...in 4 hours, good as new. Saves you money in the long run (rechargable batteries in general), and not too expensive.... it'll pay for itself!

2-0 out of 5 stars Flexible, but outmoded
There are some misimpressions in the preceeding reviews ... First, the relative merits of NiMH vs, say, duracell. Depends on the NiMH battery and the application.

Some NiMH "D" cells are really "AA" cells wrapped in a "D" can. You can tell these from the following indications: 1. They're quite light, and 2. they'll say, oh, between 1800 and 2200 mAH (the amount of power (more or less) that they'll deliver. Of course they don't last as long as Duracell "D" cells. There are others (8000-11000 mAH, heavier in weight) that last about as long, *longer* in high-drain applications. What do I mean by that? A high drain application is where you're throwing out your duracells every week or so :-). Children's swings and digital cameras are a couple of good examples.

The high powered NiMH batteries are *expensive* ... until you do the math on throwing away a lot of D cells .... then they're a godsend.

As for this charger in particular, it's got some real problems. As I understand it, it charges D cells at about 500 mA for 5 hours (it uses a built-in timer). That's a total, then, of 2500 mAH ... far less than a modern NiMH D cell holds (mine are 8500 mAH). So you charge it again. And again. And again. Each time, you dump 2500 mAH of power into the battery (less, really, since it's not 100% efficient ... some of that energy gets wasted as heat). Get something that'll "look" at the battery as it's charging; that'll check to see, basically, how hard the battery is "pushing back".

That said, it's still better than littering the landscape with discarded D cells, and better, to, than lining somebody elses pockets with my dough :-)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good All Around Product for the Money
It appears that there are several battery rechargers available that may be better for specific needs. For example, one may want a faster recharger for use with a camera, or one that does AA batteries only, or one that work with nickel-metal batteries only. For more specialized uses, there are instruments that are both higher and lower in price.

That said, I agree that this is a versatile, reasonably priced recharger. As you can see above, it works on size AA, AAA, C, D, and 9V batteries. I've used the recharger safely now for over a year (Please read all safety instructions), usually by plugging it in at night. As noted elsewhere, you need to charge one or two pairs of batteries at a time (with the exception of 9v batteries). Here are a few specs for people with some electrical knowledge (unlike myself; I just read these off the back):

Input: AC120V, 60Hz, 15W
Output: 2x (2.8v...500mA)
2x (9.8v...13mA)

NOTE: As stated clearly on front and back, use ONLY for rechargeable nickel-metal hydride or nickel-cadmium batteries (not both at the same time, however). Also, these batteries are generally more expensive than non-rechargeable alkaline batteries, but for people who have a lot of toys and tools with different battery needs, this may be the one to get. ... Read more


103. Energizer ER-L440 Li-Ion Battery for IBM ThinkPad R40 Series
list price: $169.99
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Asin: B00075OR8O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 50218
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Product Description

Energizer ER-L440 Li-Ion Notebook Battery Energizer notebook batteries are 100% compatible with your notebook's original battery and provide extended runtime for today's demanding notebook computers. ... Read more

Features

  • Chemistry: Li-Ion
  • mah: 4000
  • Volts: 14.8
  • Color: black
  • Compatible With: IBM ThinkPad R40 Series

104. Nikon EN-EL3 Li-Ion 7.4V - 1400 mAh
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B000233YJ4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 10359
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105. Panasonic Replace Battery
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00099DUAE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: ENERGIZER
Sales Rank: 30340
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Product Description

PANASONIC REPLACE BATTERY ... Read more


106. Energizer NH35BP-2 AccuRechargeable C Batteries (2-Pack)
list price: $8.99
our price: $7.99
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Asin: B00000J47J
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 1658
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars C Battery
Quality made, quick recharge...lasts longer than most disposable alkaline batteries. recommended, even if they cost a little more than a disposable C batteries, they will last quite a bit longer ... Read more


107. ER-C535 Energizer ER-C535 Panasonic CGA-DU14 Replacement Camcorder Battery
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00098248Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 43920
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Product Description

Energizer ER-C535 Panasonic CGA-DU14 Replacement Camcorder Battery Fits: All Brands, Hitachi, Panasonic, Replacement, DZ-MV350A, DZ-MV380A, DZ-MV550A, DZ-MV580A, PV-GS120, PV-GS200, PV-GS33, PV-GS400, PV-GS50S, PV-GS55, PV-GS70, VDR-M30, VDR-M50, VDR-M70, Digipower BP-PNU14, Hitachi DZ-BP14S, Panasonic CGA-DU14A/1B, ... Read more


108. Energizer Lithium Ion Battery for Panasonic and Hitachi MiniDVD (ER-C535)

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Asin: B000233YK8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 1915
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Features

  • Keep a spare camcorder battery handy
  • Compatible with Panasonic PV-GS50, PV-GS70 and VDR-M30 camcorders
  • Also compatible with select Hitachi camcorders
  • Replaces Digipower BP-PNU14, Hitachi DZ-BP14S, and Panasonic CGA-DU14A/1B batteries

109. Energizer NH22BP ACCU 9-Volt Rechargeable Battery
list price: $8.99
our price: $8.99
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Asin: B00000JGN9
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 1643
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Nickel metal hydride rechargeable battery
  • Holds exceptional power for up to 1,000 recharges
  • Renewable and reusable makes a good economic and environmental choice
  • Compatible with broad range of batter chargers
  • Lifetime limited warranty

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent if you buy them for the right purpose
I use several of these for my paintball gear. It is something that is a use it or loose it type thing. They aren't designed to be used over a long term. Charge them, use them, and then recharge them before next use. They are designed to be that way. Not for a smoke detector, that is for sure. They have a higher flow rate, meaning when I put it in my paintball hopper, I know that I am good to go for the day. When I am done for the day, I just take it out and wait till the night before its next use, then charge it back up. With no fear of it failing on me the day of use. I highly suggest it for uses such as mine, or digi cams and the like. Something that requires a lot of power for a short term.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great batteries!
We use all Energizer rechargeable batteries in my house because we are conscious of the environment and these batteries are very good. I use them in my baby's monitor - the batteries go months between charges and the monitors are on all the time! Well worth the money!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Know what you want first
I read the reviews by other people here and am wondering loudly whether they know what these batteries are for? they are Rechargeable batteries for high-drain devices that require higher mAh rating. NiMH batteries or NiCd batteries do not hold charge like an alkaline battery so if you have charged an NiMH battery and put it in say an alarm clock, the batteries will lose charge in less than a month. they are for immediate usages like digital cameras where you need high mAh batteries and that digital cameras drain batteries. its more like "spend it immediately" battery unlike the disposable batteries that discharge in a circuit but drain very slowly when not in a circuit. I use Energizer AA batteries for my digicam and they recharge the flash much faster than even the best disposable batteries. A best guide is to look whether the appliance for which you are buying this battery is listed on the package or is identical to those on the package. this 9V would be a great thing for a toy where the battery drains out fast and you cannot afford disposable ones everyday.
Just a note: If the device is a direct draining one like a motor and not in a solid-state circuit, do not use a rechargeable battery since if they are completely drained, they cannot be recharged.

1-0 out of 5 stars Extremely short duration
I bought this 9V battery at Target and used it in my smoke detector. Now my smoke detector beeps every couple of weeks. It was really annoying. I had to constantly re-charge it. It has much shorter life than a regular 9V alkaline battery. Now I have switched back to the old alkaline 9V batteries. My final advice: don't buy this 9V NiMH rechargeable battery.

4-0 out of 5 stars They don't know what their talking about.......
I have bought 6 energizer 9V batteries already and they work just fine for whatever application. I mainly use them in our churches wireless microphones and remote controls. Yes it does state nominal voltage of 7.2 volts. I have tested numerous times with a DMM and the reading was at well over 8.4 Volts fully charged. Most people don't understand the technical jargon involved with batteries or electronics. Energizer is recommended as one of the top 3 NiMH batteries on the market. Still curious look at their tech sheets or call someone. ... Read more


110. Energizer ERC590 Lithium Ion Camcorder Battery

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Asin: B00006JM5Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 10172
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Features

  • Lithium-Ion camcorder batteries offer long life and reliable performance to get the most out of your camcorder
  • Replaces batteries from Polaroid, Canon, and more
  • 7.4 volts and 1,400mAh
  • Weighs .30 pounds and is specially manufactured and engineered for long life
  • 3-year free replacement warranty

111. Energizer® Rechargable AAA Cell Batteries - 4 Pack

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Asin: B0002RID5K
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 6919
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112. 15 MINUTE CHARGER FOR AA BATTERIES
list price: $42.99
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Asin: B0007SRTLI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 14840
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Product Description

Energizer CH15MNCP4 15-Minute Charger w/ 4 NiMh AA Batteries ... Read more


113. Energizer ER-C620 Lithium Ion Camcorder Battery

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Asin: B00006JM5T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 6698
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114. Energizer® L91BP-4 Lithium AA 4 Pack

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Asin: B0002CEQGA
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Eveready
Sales Rank: 4049
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Product Description

Energizer® L91BP-4 Eveready's best longest lasting power source, best low temperature charateristics, 99.975% mercury free, new packaging offers 70% reduction in solid waste. recommended for heavy drain, frequent use applications ... Read more

Features

  • Lithium-ion AA Battery
  • Ideal for electronic devices.
  • Energizer brand provides long-lasting power you can count on.
  • Repair or replace guarantee.
  • Made in the USA for freshness

115. Energizer ERCH1 Camcorder/Digital Camera Speed Charger

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Asin: B00006JM62
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 20166
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Features

  • Delivers a rapid charge Lithium-Ion camcorder and digital camera batteries
  • Compatible with batteries from Sony, Canon, Panasonic, JVC and more
  • Works with 7.2-7.4 volt batteries
  • Weighs 7 ounces and has adapters for home, car and overseas charging
  • 3-year free replacement warranty

116. Energizer ERC525 Lithium Ion Camcorder Battery

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Asin: B00006JM5K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 45756
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Features

  • Lithium-Ion camcorder batteries offer long life and reliable performance to get the most out of your camcorder
  • Replaces batteries from Sony, Polaroid, Duracell, and more
  • 7.2 volts and 3,700mAh
  • Weighs .40 pounds and is specially manufactured and engineered for long life
  • 3-year free replacement warranty

117. Energizer NH50BP-2 ACCU D Rechargeable Batteries (2-Pack)
list price: $8.99
our price: $8.99
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Asin: B00000J47O
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 656
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Rechargeable NiHM Batteries
  • Lifetime limited warranty
  • Recharged to full power at any time using a broad range of chargers
  • Exceptional power per charge and up to 1,000 recharges
  • 2-Pack of "D" batteries

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not for single charge, long term use...
I bought 8 size D's for my boom box thinking it would be the answer to having to buy batteries every few camping trips. Wrong answer. I was able to play 2 1/2 CDs before my box was out of juice. Game over. I realize these batteries lose their charge quickly by sitting around, but these batteries were fresh off the charger when I left. I figured they'd at least last into the night, but they were finished before sundown. Don't believe anyone who says these are for high drain devices... I got fooled. Fool me once, shame on you. We can't get fooled again.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ni-MH cells are great but pass these up.
While several manufactures make quality batteries these are simply C size or perhaps even Sub-C cells in a permanant adaptor. While several brands of AA cells are reaching capacity of 1600mA these D cells are approx 3 times as large and only have a rated capacity of 2200mA. It also is normal for Ni-MH batteries to loose charge while not being charged or used these seem to loose charge quite fast.

If your just getting started with rechargable batteries Ni-MH is best suited for smaller cells and high drain devices, while Ni-Cd still holds the C, D, and larger packs.

4-0 out of 5 stars D "AACU" batteries
Unlike NiCad batteries, I found these D batteries particularly long lasting for medium to heavy drain application such as electronic keyboards and flashlights. I have twelve batteries which I regularly recharge, without any concerns for their level of discharge. This is a great choice! FF

5-0 out of 5 stars Energizer NH50BP-2 ACCU Rechargeable D Batteries, (2-Pack)
Why wouldn't you want these batteries. I am not exactly what one might call a tree hugger but think about it. These batteries can be reused almost endlessly and unlike the nickel cadmium batteries these have no "memory."* They're about 4-times as expensive a 2-pack of alkaline batteries and alkalines last a very little bit longer before they're out of juice. In my opinion I would rather have a battery that I could reuse over and over and over and over for almost the same time as an alkaline than an alkaline that lasts a smidgeon longer once. Buying these batteries saves the environment a great deal of harm.

*memory is a term defining the effects of not charging fully or not draining the battery completely. The next time you use that battery it loses the ability to use the portion which you did not charging fully or did not draining completely. ... Read more


118. Energizer ER-D120 Lithium Ion Digital Camera Battery

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Asin: B00006JM6Z
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 3756
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Lithium-Ion 7.4V
  • 1400 mAh
  • Compatible with Panasonic and Hitachi Digital Camcorders

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works great with my Canon s30
I was looking out for an extra set of batteries for my canon s-30, i found the canon made battery very pricy... looking around, i found this one this is an exact equivalent and can be used in Canon s-30, and from all i heard and seen it works like a charm.. & i saw on Energizer site a 3 year warranty on this (even canon gives only one year warranty on its batteries).

Worth every cent of it!!! ... Read more


119. Energizer ERCH2 Camcorder/Digital Camera Quick Charger

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Asin: B00006JM63
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 7079
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Features

  • Delivers a rapid charge Lithium-Ion camcorder and digital camera batteries
  • Compatible with batteries from Sony, Canon, Panasonic, JVC and more
  • Works with 3.6 to 7.4 volt batteries
  • Weighs 2 pounds and has 5-stage LED status indicator
  • 3-year free replacement warranty

120. Energizer ER-C5160 Nickel-Metal Hydride Extended Camcorder Battery

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Asin: B00006JM5I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Energizer
Sales Rank: 11029
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