Duracell® Rechargeable Staycharged™ AA Batteries, Pack Of 2, NL1500B2N0001 Item # 544704
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Get more life out of your devices with Duracell StayCharged batteries
- Easily recharge the batteries for extended use.
- High-capacity StayCharged cells with Ion core technology offer long-lasting operation. Batteries last up to 1 year.
- Duralock Power Preserve™ Technology allows you to recharge the batteries up to 400 times.
- Each battery is individually date-coded for efficient inventory management.
- Batteries do not contain added mercury.
From the Manufacturer|
*Vs. AA 1350 mAh within the first 200 cycles. **Or 400 recharges, whichever comes first.
At a Glance
- Long-Life Ion Core means they are 50% longer-lasting per charge (vs. AA 1350 mAh within the first 200 cycles)
- Recharge up to 400 times to help save money
- Duracell rechargeable batteries come precharged and work in any NiMH charger
Features & Benefits
Recharge up to 400 Times
These batteries recharge up to 400 times to help save you money
Rest assured your rechargeable batteries will be ready to use when you open the package
You can recharge them hundreds of times and save hundreds of dollars because they are guaranteed to last for 5 years
Lasts up to 1 Year in Storage
Duralock Power Preserve Technology holds a charge up to 1 year in storage
Dependable Duracell for Any Device
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Product Comparison Chart
|Rechargeable||Quantum||CopperTop||Hearing Aid||Coin Button|
|2016, 2025, 2032, 303/357, 301/386, 319, 364, 376, 379, 384/392, 395/399, 309/393, 361/362, 370/371, 377, 381, 389, 396/397, 1216, 1025, 1616, 1620, 1632, 2450, 2430, 76A|
|Recommended Use||Video-game controllers, high-powered flashlights, battery-powered toys, baby monitors||All devices, from low drain to high drain. No alkaline battery lasts longer (on average across devices)||Toys, clocks, remote controls, smoke alarms, flashlights, portable electronics, calculators, wireless mice and keyboards, lanterns||Hearing-aid devices||Watches, garage door openers, stopwatches, calculators, medical devices, glucometers, car remotes, security devices, fitness devices|
Yes, as long as they are the right size, they can be used in any device. However, Duracell recommends consulting your device user manual for compatibility.
Can Duracell chargers charge competitor NiMH batteries as well?
Yes, they can charge any NiMH batteries, but we recommend using Duracell NiMH batteries.
Can Duracell rechargeable batteries be recharged in other competitors' chargers?
Yes, Duracell’s rechargeable batteries can be recharged in any NiMH charger, but Duracell chargers are recommended.
Can I charge my non-NiMH batteries (alkaline, zinc, heavy duty, etc.) in Duracell chargers?
No, you can only charge NiMH batteries in a Duracell charger.
How many times can I recharge my rechargeable batteries?
Duracell NiMH batteries can be recharged hundreds of times.
Is it safe to leave the batteries in the charger overnight?
Yes, it is safe to leave your batteries in the charger overnight. However, Duracell recommends that you unplug your charger when it is not in use.
Is it normal for the rechargeable batteries to become warm when charging?
Yes, it is normal for both the cells and the charger to become warm while charging.
Will the charger shut off when charging is complete?
Batteries will automatically stop charging when full charge is reached.
Do I need to charge my 2500 mAh LSD battery before I use it for the first time?
Duracell 2500 mAh batteries come precharged, so they are ready to use out of the package. Optimal battery performance will be reached after fully charging batteries 2–3 times in the charger.
Can the chargers be used overseas where the plugs and voltage are different?
The charger is capable of accepting 100–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz and, therefore, can be used overseas with a corresponding regional plug converter.
I have just fully charged my batteries but when I put them back in the charger, the red blinking light comes on. Does this mean they are not actually charged?
If the battery is fully charged and then reinserted right away into the charger, the red blinking light might come on because the battery is already fully charged.