Rechargeable Batteries Question

Started Jun 5, 2005 | Discussions thread
Forbes Veteran Member • Posts: 4,232
I own the Maha but if you're on a budget,

Maha is about the most expensive solution there is. Some stores (depending on where you are) promote a set of NiMH rechargeables along with a semi-smart charger for as low as $20. If you can get to a Costco or Sam's Club and you have a membership or know someone who would help you, they usually have a good brand name set for low money. Costco has had a Panasonic kit with lots of batteries and a good charger for $20 to $25 there, in the past. Try to get batteries that are at least 2000 mAh or higher, for a long runtime. 2200s or 2300s are fine, higher is not needed and can complicate your search.
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