Capacity and self-discharge of batteries «Uniross Hybrio» - detailed results

Battery photo


Brand / modelUniross Hybrio
Alternative packagings
Date of manufactureN/A
Condition (age)Tested items are brand new
Low self-discharge (LSD)Yes
Discharge (1-hour rest)5.06 V
1460 ±1% mAh (≅1.85 W·h)
Discharge (5-day rest)5.02 V
1340 ±1% mAh (≅1.68 W·h)
~9% self-discharge
Discharge (1-month rest)4.98 V
1240 ±1% mAh (≅1.55 W·h)
~15% self-discharge
Date of measurementJun 2013


This is a test of the LSD-type cells from Uniross (Hybrio brand). Cells are courtesy of surfer from HardwareBG. The packaging states a quite humble capacity of 1600 mAh, and some description of what their Hybrio technology does, which is just another name for LSD. And while I have no complaints in the capacity department, the 1-month 15% self-discharge rate is definitely not small. Indeed, the capacity at the month test, around 1240 mAh, is no less than 75% lower than their best LSD counterparts.

The cells have an otherwise good balance, less than 100 mAh difference.

Test results

Test chart

Capacity test immediately after unpackaging (i.e., the factory charge):
Unpacking test

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