Test/Review of Ikea AAA

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Test/Review of Ikea AAA
Ikea AAA
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Official specifications:
  • 1.5 Volt Alkaline Batteries

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Ikea sells a lot of stuff including batteries, here I test their Alkaline AAA.

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As usual the capacity varies with load.

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Conclusion

Ikea do not publish any specifications for their batteries, but the performance looks to be good.



Notes and links

How is the test done and how to read the charts
Compare to other AA/AAA batteries: Alkaline/NiMH/Lithium

My website with reviews of many chargers and batteries (More than 1000): https://lygte-info.dk/

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HKJ,

Many Thanks for all the testing you do, you’re our Testing Guru Guy.

How many times do we read a member say “I’ll wait until HKJ has tested it”?

I’ve certainly saved BIG $ in the past avoiding the unworthy, and buying the ones O.K’d by you.

So just a quick “Thank You” for all your efforts from a relative Newbie (Long Time Lurker).

S-L :bigsmile:

Ouchyfoot to a New Member: Welcome CJ. Now you have to learn about buying an inexpensive flashlight and modifying it until it either blows up, or starts small fires on the moon…………

Hugh Johnson:
I, too, once lived a tragic and empty life. Then I found [portable] light.
You forgot to mention clothes. I sold most of my clothes to fund my light collection. This is actually fine, since I only go out after dark, and most people can’t see me.
Finally, I got my priorities straight.

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I currently am using Ikea’s Rechargeable A.A.s. They seem to be a rebadged version of Sanyo Eneloops.

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I saw that the NiMH A.A.s come in 1,000 or 2450 mAh during my last visit to Ikea.

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Thanks for all your contributions Thumbs Up