02 Nov '12, 1am

eneloop #batteries now come with increased life span. #rechargeable #tech

eneloop #batteries now come with increased life span. #rechargeable #tech

1 November 2012, Singapore – The new eneloop batteries by SANYO Energy (HR-3UTGB4) now come with an increased life span by 20% compared to previous models (HR-3UTGA and HR-4UTGA) with a total life cycle of approximately 1,800 recharge cycles. They also have a longer storage time, retaining 70% capacity up to after five years of storage.

Full article: http://superadrianme.com/2012/11/01/new-eneloop-batteries...

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