What ones? the EX seem to promise fast Cycle times while enloop say charged for a year. Other things to consider? please educate me as im going from throw always to 100% rechargeable. about 64 batteries for PW's and 9 strobe
seems like a good price but what do I know.
At first blush, seems like a decent price, but after you add in $43 for shipping, not so much - you're looking at $3.73 a battery. One place I really like shopping for rechargeable batteries (and chargers), after Amazon, is Thomas Distributing. There
, you can get a four-pack of the newest version (not XX) of Eneloops for about $10, or you can get Imedions (I have had a batch of these for a couple of years with no complaint, seem about equivalent to the Eneloops for low discharge), or several other brands. You can also pick up one of several fairly inexpensive chargers (I strongly recommend that you get one that charges individual cells individually instead of in pairs). Finally, it's one of a few sites that has real NiMh C and D cells instead of just using an adapter with a AA cell.
It's possible to qualify for free shipping there (I'm not sure of all the requirements, but for an overall lower price than your link, go for ANY low-dischcarge battery. There's nothing like being on a trip with regular old NiMh batteries only to discover they don't have charge left because you forgot to charge them within the past month.
Even if you end up finding a better price elsewhere, I find the organization of the Thomas Distributing site to be very good: for example, grouping all low-discharge AA cells together.