Test/review of Ladda AA 1000mAh (Brown)

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Test/review of Ladda AA 1000mAh (Brown)

Ladda AA 1000mAh (Brown)
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Official specifications:


  • Capacity: 1000mAh
  • Voltage: 1.2V
  • Ready to use, i.e. low self discharge (lsd) cells.
  • Made in Japan

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Maximum temperature raise at different discharge currents: 1A:+2,0°C, 2A:+4,1°C, 3A:+6,2°C, 5A:+9,5°C, 7A:+11,4°C, 10A:+11,1°C
Low capacity NiMH from Ikea.
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Ladda%20AA%201000mAh%20(Brown)-Capacity
The discharge curves looks fine.
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Conclusion
The batteries are good quality, but for most applications I do not see the point in these low capacity cells.
There is a few places where they may be an advantage to use, because they are supposed to be very robust. That is in stuff like cordless phones and solar charged garden lamps.
Notes and links
The batteries was supplied by a reader for review.
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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Hey HKJ. Thanks for the review! 

For the price they are good for toys and that kind of stuff as well. My kids use them for their toys because my eneloops are all mixed sets of colors etc.. Easy for them to recognise the batteries they can use.

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Are they rebranded eneloops??

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ChibiM wrote:

Hey HKJ. Thanks for the review! 


For the price they are good for toys and that kind of stuff as well. My kids use them for their toys because my eneloops are all mixed sets of colors etc.. Easy for them to recognise the batteries they can use.

In other words, “Kids, don’t you dare touch my lovely eneloops!” Wink

I’m with you.

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Woody wrote:
ChibiM wrote:

Hey HKJ. Thanks for the review! 

For the price they are good for toys and that kind of stuff as well. My kids use them for their toys because my eneloops are all mixed sets of colors etc.. Easy for them to recognise the batteries they can use.

In other words, "Kids, don't you dare touch my lovely eneloops!" Wink I'm with you.

 

You've got that right Wink

 

One of the toys (RC car) used 7 AA baateries, and its difficult for them to chose batteries, so I bought them some Ikea 1000s.

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Thanks for the review mate!

Over here they are about half the price of the other IKEA NiMH and you get about half the capacity almost.

Probably get more recharges out of these. I would be interested to see that tested.