I am looking for a small hand crank radio that does not contain a lithium battery. This radio should contaiin one or more NiMh AA batteries instead.
This emergency radio preferably can charge regular NiMh AA batteries, that I can use in a headlamp.
I want to charge this radio...
I've only been using 123A batteries for about 12 years. I have a huge number of things running 123A. So far never one leak.
I've had numerous leaks with AA and AAA batteries, some ruining equipment. In fact some of the newish AAA batteries from a few years ago leaked in the sealed package way...
Thank you for reading my post. I have recently finished stocking just about three months worth of food and water for my family, I will eventually increase this up to six months. Right now I am starting to look towards some of my other categories and sub-categories of prep. One that I thought...
I typically buy the radioshack brand batteries in bulk when they go on clearance. I haven't found any good professional comparison testing between the brands recently; anyone know of any sites/blogs that have done testing recently?
Last year I purchased several 4 packs of AAA NiMH batteries on sale.
These were stored properly in the original package,
Got them out today and tried to charge them in a new AA AAA wall plug in unit, the charger defaulted on all of them and would not charge the AAAs.
The charger works fine...
Any body tried lithium AAA or AA size?
I'm seeing all these high price lithium batteries that claim up to 8 times the juice at three times the price.
So my phone uses lithium and is rechargeable why not the AA's for my min-mag?
So what's the deal? Can we charge them up?