Unfortunately I stocked up on Eneloop cells and don't have any of the Imedions...
Followup to earlier 30-day report.
MAHA Powerex 2700 AA cells, 62 day results, discharged @ 500 mA:2151 ... 2158 mAHSummary
Average = 2155 mAH
Assumed starting charge: 2620 mAH
30-day results: 2210 mAH (84%)
62-day results: 2155 mAH (82%)
Note: These are extremely small samples (just two cells per test) and the starting charge was assumed (but I doubt if the C401FS @ slow rate put significantly more of a charge than the C9000). The results confirm what has been anecdotally reported elsewhere, that the Powerex 2700 cells have a moderately slow rate of discharge.
I read the test of the batteries on the other thread and was suprised where the eneloop's were on the list. Is the reason that these batteries so good, is from the low discharge rate of the batteries?