Energizer e2 Rechargeable Batteries and Charger Pack (8 AA batteries, 4 AAA batteries, charger)
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  • The Energizer e2 Rechargeable Batteries and Charger Pack cost me twenty-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents
  • I purchased this pack awhile back because I thought it would be a good investment
  • I thought my thoughts were logical and justified a purchase, but I was greatly disappointed with the performance of these rechargeable batteries and it didn't take me long to realize that these batteries weren't going to help me save the kind of money that I thought I'd be saving
  • Perhaps it was the charger that came with the batteries, the batteries themselves, or both, that were defective, but the source of the problem was irrelevant because there was nothing that I could do to correct the problem
  • I definitely believe a 1 rating is appropriate since these rechargeable batteries failed to function correctly and were useless due to not being able to hold a charge


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      The Energizer e2 Rechargeable Batteries and Charger Pack cost me twenty-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents. I purchased this pack awhile back because I thought it would be a good investment. I figured that with rechargeable batteries and a charger, I wouldn’t have to buy batteries nearly as often. Thus, even though it was an expensive buy, I believed that it would pay for itself eventually and save me money. Plus, since this was an Energizer product, I felt that I’d be using, charging, using, charging and so on these batteries for a long, long time, as Energizer is known for making batteries that last a good long time, that’s why this brand of batteries is so expensive in stores, no matter where one shops. I thought my thoughts were logical and justified a purchase, but I was greatly disappointed with the performance of these rechargeable batteries and it didn’t take me long to realize that these batteries weren’t going to help me save the kind of money that I thought I’d be saving. Fortunately, I was able to get my money back on

      this pack, and that’s exactly what I did. Is it possible that I may have simply gotten a defective charger and rechargeable batteries? It’s possible, but at the time, I didn’t think about asking to exchange the pack that I had for a new pack, I just walked in, explained my dissatisfaction, and got my money back.

      The only time that I could get these rechargeable batteries to function fine was if I would fully charge them in the charger and then immediately place them in the device that I needed them for, like a remote control. For a couple of hours, the rechargeable batteries would work flawlessly. Then, they would go dead and I’d have to place them back in the charger, which quite oddly, would get real hot when in use. That didn’t seem right to me. The degree of heat wouldn’t have bothered me as much if the charger would’ve only gotten mildly warm, but the thing felt as if it was burning up! Another oddity was how if I would charge these rechargeable batteries and then not use them ...


      • for awhile, when I would go and put them into the something that I needed them for, like a clock, they wouldn’t work. I’d have to charge them again. I couldn’t charge them and let them sit somewhere until I needed them, like regular batteries, but I also couldn’t charge them and then use them immediately because after a couple of hours, they would no longer be providing juice to my electronic device. They were effectively useless to have. I had the same trouble with both kinds of batteries, the AA and AAA batteries. I tried all eight of the AA batteries and all four of the AAA batteries, but experienced the same problems with all the batteries included in this pack. Perhaps it was the charger that came with the batteries, the batteries themselves, or both, that were defective, but the source of the problem was irrelevant because there was nothing that I could do to correct the problem.

        The Energizer e2 Rechargeable Batteries and Charger Pack was a very attractive product and that’s why I bought it. Despite its high cost, it

        was my belief that I wouldn’t have to buy batteries for awhile because after I purchased these rechargeable batteries and tried them out, I was planning on buying another pack for when these batteries were in use and I needed additional batteries to power other electronic devices. I planned on eventually using these rechargeable batteries in every electronic device in the house, and that would put an end to me buying AAA and AA batteries for a good long time. Thus, it was my belief that these rechargeable batteries would pay for themselves and more within time. I didn’t anticipate the problems that I had with these rechargeable batteries though. They would supposedly be fully charged and then be drained within hours. If I would charge them in advance and not use them immediately afterward, they wouldn’t work. The charger became too hot to touch when in use. I expected a great deal more from the Energizer brand. I definitely believe a “1″ rating is appropriate since these rechargeable batteries failed to function correctly and were useless due to not being able to hold a charge.




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