HiQuick AAA Rechargeable Batteries

Today I’ll be writing a review for these HiQuick AAA Rechargeable Batteries. These HiQuick batteries are available in 4, 8, 16, and 24 packs. Each battery has a 110mAh 1.2V rating and can be recharged around 1200 cycles. They’re lead, cadmium, and mercury free too.

One of the biggest drawbacks of using rechargeable batteries is the natural discharge rate. You can charge a battery and they quickly run down over a period, without any use. These HiQuick batteries don’t, in fact, the discharge rate is incredibly low, only discharging to around 80%, after a 3-year period.

You can use any battery charger too. You’re able to use them in most items such as cameras, toys, torches, toothbrushes, remote controls and much more.

So, are they any good? Time to test them out!

Packaging and Contents.

The HiQuick AAA Rechargeable Batteries come packaged in a plain white cardboard box. The box measures 13.5cm x 8.5cm x 1.7cm.

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Inside the box you’ll receive the following: 24x AAA Batteries (Depending on the quantity you selected) and 1x Multi-Lingual User Guide.

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The batteries are plastic wrapped in fours, this keeps them together and prevents accidental short circuit.

HiQuick AAA Rechargeable Batteries.

Each battery is a 1100mAh 1.2V Ni-MH. They come pre-charged to around 20%, this is to ensure safety during shipping, so they’ll need charging before use. You need to use a battery charger that’s capable of charging Ni-MH batteries. I’m using the XTAR BC4 Battery Charger that I’ve previously reviewed. I’m able to charge four batteries at a time, which is ideal, seeing as HiQuick wrap batteries in fours.

Charging time varies, but for me using the XTAR BC4 Battery Charger and UGREEN Nexode 300W USB C Charger I’m able to fully charge all four batteries in around 20 minutes.

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HiQuick supply battery chargers too. But, without testing them out I’m unable to verify their product performance.


One thing that’s reassuring is the safety aspect of the HiQuick AAA Rechargeable Batteries. Each battery has low voltage protection, short circuit protection, over charge protection, and overheat protection.

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Each battery is leak proof, thanks to the anti-leak design. You can use them in extreme temperature climates too, anywhere from -20°C to 60°C, which is quite the temperature range!

Each battery reaches peak performance after 3-5 discharge/charging cycles.

Technical Specifications.

  • Brand: HiQuick
  • Model: Rechargeable Batteries
  • Manufacturer Code: N/A
  • Manufacturer Reference: N/A
  • EAN: N/A
  • Rating: 1100MaH
  • Voltage: 1.2V
  • Compliance: CE, UKCA, FCC


I’m very impressed with the HiQuick AAA Rechargeable Batteries. I’ve been using them for a few weeks and the work exactly as you’d expect from a AAA battery. You can never have enough batteries around the home, and even better if they can be recharged too. A 24 pack is ideal for a busy house.

You’ll be surprised to know they’re priced on Amazon for £19.99 for 24 batteries. That’s £0.83 per battery but remember each battery can recharged 1200 times! Fantastic value.

I highly recommend them.

If you’d like to purchase this item, please check out the purchasing options below. The RRP for this product is £19.99.


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Product sample provided by HiQuick in exchange for a detailed, unbiased review.

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