Do I have to buy "cordless phone" NiMh batteries to replace old ones or any rechargeable NiMh is OK as long as it's same voltage & size ?
Cordless phone batteries are more expensive than say your regular rechargeable Duracells. I go to "The Source" and they don't know why but say I have to get the batteries specific for "cordless phones" and not the regular rechargeables even though the voltage is the same 1.2V.
I like to know if I can use a regular pack of 2 AAA Duracell 1000 mAh 1.2 V Rechargeable NI-MH Batteries to replace my cordless Panasonic phone which uses two 1.2V 630 mAh AAA size Ni-MH batteries HHR-65AAABU. I know the higher the mAh, the better the retention of charge in between charging. Thanks for answering my question!