I recently these three shopping DealExtreme three packages 4 AAA 750mAh NiMH rechargeable batteries, 1.2In, preloaded, GS Yuasa Enitime (Gsyuasa Enitime Pre-Charged 750mAh 1.2V Rechargeable NiMH AAA Batteries (4-Pack)). The three separate packages were purchased to be sent also separated, in small envelopes and unregistered (tracking code) to avoid taxes on our land taxes.
The first package of these batteries GS Yuasa AAA NiMH should feed a wireless mouse Logitech VX-Nano, that uses only 2 pilhas AAA (and comes with a pair of alkaline), then you should get a spare pair, ready pro use since they are low self-discharge. The other two packages are going to feed one for radio Cobra microTALK CXT90, that USAM 4 each AAA, and is accompanied by 8 AAA NiMH Chinese brand Jumpsun, with a nominal capacity of 300mAh only, which means that Enitime can double the autonomy of radios, besides letting them ready for unexpected uses that you can not wait recharge batteries.
At full review of these batteries was already done when I bought the first chart in March this year, so I will not do a new review, I will only add that the former are in PC Remote Control since he was acquired in April and so far required no refilling. Furthermore, I have a set of GS Yuasa AA Enitime working perfectly on my camera.
Here are the dates for applications, Uploads and arrivals:
- 1No Cartela: Request made in 08/06, sent em 11/06, arrived in 29/06.
- 2No Cartela: Request made in 24/06, sent em 27/06, arrived in 13/07.
- 3No Cartela: Request made in 25/06, sent em 25/06, arrived in 08/07.
All packages have been properly released without taxation by the IRS in Curitiba, as can be seen by Stamps. It is interesting to note that the third request was eventually sent before the second, while the second waited 3 days, the first was sent on the same day of application, logic by two identical requests should be filled in the order they were made. So the question that remains unanswered is: by which DealExtreme passed in front of a request that was made after?
And follow the photos of packages: