BOLIFIER 8-Pack Rechargeable AA Solar Batteries Pre-Charged

BOLIFIER 8-Pack Rechargeable AA Solar Batteries Pre-Charged

BOLIFIER 8-Pack Rechargeable AA Solar Batteries Pre-Charged, NiMH 1.2V 1600mAh High Capacity Double A Rechargeable Batteries for Solar Lights and Household Devices, Recharge up to 1200 Cycles

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12 Responses

  1. EmilieFXFgdh says:

     United Kingdom

    It saves having to recycle hundreds of batteries with just a little more effort to charge it once in a while.
    I use this for basic things like the TV remote, controllers with battery and interactive cat toys.
    Since the devices I use don’t use that much battery power, I only have to recharge it once every 1-2 months. So far, I haven’t noticed any deterioration in its effectiveness after using it for months.

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    These seem to be great so far but I do think they might be priced a bit high compared to other brands.

    Hold their charge fine came with almost a full charge on them as well.

  3. StephanBatson says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a really nice set of 8 rechargeable AA batteries that work just great.
    The batteries are 1.2V 1600 mAh and they are great for solar lights and other small electronics.
    I personally have other similar batteries that are 2500mAh, 2800mAh and 3300mAh and I wouldn’t call these high capacity as they are just not.
    The price of the set is 13.99 ,which is a good price for what you get.

    Hopefully my review was Helpful for you.

  4. JeroldNPHT says:

     United Kingdom

    Rechargeable batteries are a great idea in the long-run if you use a lot of battery-operated products. These are average on price, and last long enough between charges to make them worth getting.

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    These rechargeable batteries come pre charged, so are ready for use immediately. So far, they have worked perfectly, so I have no complaints with them whatsoever. The only issue is that in my opinion they are a little pricey.

  6. PhillisO86 says:

     United Kingdom

    Great set of 8 aa batteries. Come with charge. Have used them in remotes, lights, toys Solar lights. Charge up easily in my plug in charger. Solar lights are working great in charging them that way. No complaints other then they’re a bit pricey

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersThe batteries arrived just shy of a full charge like the listing states, at least according to my smart charger. The charger said it put around 250mAh into each battery right out of the plain white cardboard box they arrived in. It’s hard to quantify what percentage the batteries were at but they were at least very close to full and were ready to use if you needed to use them right away. It took my charger about an hour to get them back up to full but they were probably around the 80-90% charge mark. After charging they all read right around 1.4V which is what I’d expect to see on the multimeter fresh off the charger. For reference, they arrived at 1.3V which is well within what I’d expect for a set of pre-charged 1.2V NiMH batteries.

    They got a little warm during charging but only slightly and I haven’t had any problems with my generic smart charger that I use for all my NiMH chemistry based batteries. It’s well worth investing in a decent charger to go along with them, the XTAR ones are excellent and well worth it to safely and reliably charge them up.

    The price is too high in my opinion for a set of eight 1600mAh batteries when you can quite easily get 2600mAh AA batteries for less per battery than this set from Bolifier. Why would I buy the 1600mAh ones that cost 1.75 each versus the higher capacity ones from well-known brands for 1.44 each?

    I don’t see what makes these any more suitable for a solar light than a standard NiMH battery so it just feels like a bit of a marketing keyword to make it sound more appealing. It’s fairly common knowledge that practically any battery powered solar lights can use NiMH or NiCd from any brand interchangeably, so advertising batteries for the specific task seems strange to me.

    Otherwise, there is nothing to complain about, they charge fine and provide power to my various devices without issues. I’ve had a set of these in my Xbox controller and they’ve been showing excellent battery life so far, if I run into any issues I’ll be sure to update the review.

    4.0 out of 5 stars More expensive than brand-name rechargeables, otherwise good NiMH AA batteries.

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I use quite a few products that require this size of battery, and rechargeable cells such as these are by far the most cost effective option for me.

    I have not had the opportunity to use these cells too much yet, but I have used them in my handheld navigation device and I am very happy with how these batteries have performed during a days use (not a full day, but off and on for several minutes at a time – many times throughout the day). At the end of the day there were still 3 bars left on my device (out of 4).

    They arrived almost fully charged, and I gave them a quick boost for an hour to top them off. As said, it is too early yet to tell how they will hold up over time.

    I like these batteries, and shall bookmark them for when I need replacements.

  9. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Not much to say about these really except that they do the job. They don’t have as much capacity as a lot of other AA batteries so are better used in devices that don’t consume much power and don’t need the batteries changed frequently. Not sure why they’re specifically advertised as solar batteries, maybe because the lower capacity is more suitable for solar lights that keep them topped up.

  10. KristanThrower says:

     United Kingdom

    Since it is summer and lovely outside, I spend extended time in the garden, day and night. I have many fairy lights sets around my home, conservatory and outdoors, and I needed reliable rechargeable batteries to use with the lights. I also have solar lights in the garden that use AA rechargeable batteries. 1600 mAh capacity batteries work beautifully with those kinds of lights, not necessitating colossal power outputs. As such, these batteries are helping me maintain my spirits and the whimsical atmosphere, naturally, with the help of a battery charger or solar power. For my purposes and the price, I am pleased with the set.

    4.0 out of 5 stars My home and garden are coming alive with fairy lights!

  11. Anagha Kulkarni says:

     United Kingdom

    I think these are good-value rechargeable batteries.
    They are easy to charge in any AA battery charger.
    They last a decent amount of time – noting that it takes a few charging cycles to get them to full capacity.
    Good value in my opinion.

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This pack of 8 rechargeable AA batteries is good for little devices that don’t draw too much power.
    They come in packs of 4 in a simple little white box, no plastic box is included with these. They are only 1600mAh capacity which when I usually get the 2800mAh ones is quite a drop so I have chosen to put these in low power devices like some fake candles I have on every so often and this means I get a good use out of them before i have to recharge them.
    They fit and charge well in my EBL charger and don’t take too long to fully charge.
    Overall, for 13.99 they are quite expensive when you can get larger capacity ones with a charger for only a few quid more. If they go on a deal to well under 10 they will be better value and they work well so there is no problem with the quality.

    4.0 out of 5 stars good batteries that work in my EBL charger, but only small capacity