Please tell me vi3tmix why a customer would not be concerned about the purchase of rechargeable batteries that do not power every device that takes said style (i.e AA/AAA) of battery. Would you as a consumer of said rechargeable battery be discouraged when you found out that your new rechargeable battery only powered certain devices?Originally Posted by vi3tmix
When I buy a device that requires AA/AAA batteries, I would expect that a AA/AAA battery regardless of kind (alkaline/rechargeable) provided the ample energy to power the requiring device.
If only I had tried the Rechargeable batteries in the wiimote first!
*Question* Would that be considered false advertisement on Energizers part when they do not provide a voltage rating on the package? To me it was common sense that a AA/AAA battery has 1.5volts of power. I still have the package of the Energizer(rechargeable) and the alkaline(name/no-name brand). Clearly stated on the alkaline batteries is 1.5V...
*FYI* the 2 devices that did not work with the Energizers are a hand held game and a radio controlled toy. The batteries where installed correctly, and the devices work fine with alkaline batteries!