Test/Review of Ikea Ladda AAA 900mAh (White)

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Test/Review of Ikea Ladda AAA 900mAh (White)

Ikea Ladda AAA 900mAh (White)
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Official specifications:


  • Nominal capacity: 900mAh
  • Nominal voltage: 1.2V
  • Ready to use, i.e. Low self discharge (LSD).

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Maximum temperature raise at different discharge currents: 1A:+1,7°C, 2A:+4,3°C, 3A:+6,9°C, 5A:+10,4°C
Ikea has got some new NiMH AAA batteries with higher capacity and LSD capability.
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Discharge curves looks very good.
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Conclusion
The cells looks very good in both current and capacity.
Notes and links
Batteries was supplied by Pro backup (probackup.nl) from Ikea nl
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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Thanks for the review! My local Ikea in Hicksville Long Island has these, and the AA 2450mAh version’s in stock. I may take a ride over there and pick some up.

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Hey mate thanks for the review.

The discharge curve and the capacity is on par with the Fujitsu pro cells (black) looks like a great buy for any one who can find them. Easily the cheapest heavy duty cells!

None here in Australia yet.

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Thanks for the review. These are on the shopping list as a good buy…

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everydaysurvivalgear wrote:
Hey mate thanks for the review.

The discharge curve and the capacity is on par with the Fujitsu pro cells (black) looks like a great buy for any one who can find them. Easily the cheapest heavy duty cells!

None here in Australia yet.


I also can’t wait for these to arrive in Australia.
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Best value for premium NiMH LSD AA/AAA, bar none! Wish they also carry the mid line, instead of just the ‘Lite’ and ‘Pro’ equivalent.

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I don’t know of a EU MAP for IKEA-products in general or for these batteries in particular. In the Netherlands you can buy them for EURO 5.99 per 4-pack. The corresponding charger will set you back EURO 9.99.

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I picked up 4 packs today

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LOL Thanks for the great review, I’m gonna buy a 4 pack.

any idea about the charge cycle?

and on the first day he said "Let there be light"...

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DoubleA wrote:
LOL Thanks for the great review, I’m gonna buy a 4 pack.

any idea about the charge cycle?

It doesn’t say on the package

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I checked Ikea website and they claim 500 cycles. Seems acceptable since Panasonic claims 2100 or so.

and on the first day he said "Let there be light"...

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DoubleA wrote:
I checked Ikea website and they claim 500 cycles. Seems acceptable since Panasonic claims 2100 or so.

 

Standard vs Pro that is.

2100 cycles is for their std version, 500 for pro. Same as the ikea ladda.

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ChibiM wrote:

Standard vs Pro that is.


2100 cycles is for their std version, 500 for pro. Same as the ikea ladda.

Ah, I see. It seems the white battery color has deceived me into thinking that it’s a regular eneloop. LOL

and on the first day he said "Let there be light"...

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DoubleA wrote:
ChibiM wrote:

Standard vs Pro that is.

2100 cycles is for their std version, 500 for pro. Same as the ikea ladda.

Ah, I see. It seems the white battery color has deceived me into thinking that it's a regular eneloop. :))

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