Test/Review of Fujitsu AA HR-3UTA 1900mAh (White)

Fujitsu AA HR-3UTA 1900mAh (White)

Official specifications:

  • Min capacity: 1900mAh
  • Nominal voltage: 1.2V
  • Life cycles: up to 1800
  • Self-Discharge: approx. 70% capacity after 5 years

Maximum temperature raise at different discharge currents: 1A:+1,1°C, 2A:+2,9°C, 3A:+4,8°C, 5A:+9,9°C, 7A:+14,2°C, 10A:+19,7°C
This cell is made by the same manufacturer that makes the Eneloop batteries.

This battery has a very good performance.


These cells has exactly same performance as the newest Eneloop batteries, i.e. a very good performance.

Notes and links

The batteries was supplied by a reader for a review.

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

Thanks for the review.

So these are basically relabeled eneloops?

You could also say it was the other way around. Eneloop is made on a Fujitsu factory or was, Panasonic is moving the production to another factory.

The interesting detail was if they use the same process to manufacturer the two brands and looking at the performance, it could look that way.

Yep,good batteries.

What do you mean about moving to a different factory?

As far as we know they don't...only for some


Some say they have stopped all their cooperation with FDK and are moving manufacturing to other plants.

I do not know what is true, but if anybody find some eneloop with "made in China" on them, I would be very interested in testing them.