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Decent rechargeable batteries for Touch Controllers?

enigma01
Level 10
I want to get some decent rechargeable batteries for my Touch controllers. Any suggestions on what other people are using would be appreciated. 
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lensmandave
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Sanyo eneloop. 🙂
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Sanyo eneloop. 🙂


They are made by Panasonic 🙂 And yes Eneloop pros are the best around.
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enigma01
Level 10
Thanks! Are they now Panasonic Eneloop? Didn’t Panasonic acquire Sanyo a few years ago? Are the Panasonic’s are just as good?

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lensmandave
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enigma01 said:

Thanks! Are they now Panasonic Eneloop? Didn’t Panasonic acquire Sanyo a few years ago? Are the Panasonic’s are just as good?


Ahh yes, just shows how good they are, 'cos all mine have Sanyo printed on them and they are still going strong after hard use over many years 🙂
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enigma01
Level 10
So I just received my new Panasonic Eneloop Pros and have been charging them... they get seriously hot! Is this normal? 

Techy111
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No they should just get warm to touch. Switch off and ask the supplier of the charger.
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enigma01
Level 10

Techy111 said:

No they should just get warm to touch. Switch off and ask the supplier of the charger.


I got them with the Panasonic charger which is supposed to have an overheat cut-out and also scans the battery condition before charging etc. They didn’t feel warm to me though, they felt hot... like uncomfortable to touch hot.