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Rechargable Batteries.

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Its been a few years since a bought any off these. The ones i have dont seem to be holding a charge.

Can anyone point me in the direction off a cheap supply please. Use them in my 360 controller and my camera.

Rep will be given for youre help.

Thanks. lee
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
The exact same thing has happened to me. The cheapest I can find is on Maplin for 4.99 . With other places you might aswell buy another battery charger + rechargeables.
#2
I got some at Poundland they seem just as good as the dearer ones
#3
Try and get 3800 ones, as they are big charge and will last for week (every night ) use
#4
Think 7day shop do good deal on them, will post link in second
#6
Thanks for all the help. Rep given to all who replied.
#7
It might be worth considering some hybrid batteries, especially if you keep an extra set charged up with your camera. Although they aren't as high capacity they don't lose their charge anywhere near as quickly as ordinary NiMH rechargeables. If you use them a lot and have to recharge every week or so anyway, then you're probably ok to stick with the ordinary ones, but if they may be left for a month or so then I'd get hybrid ones such as the green instant batteries here
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Mike73
It might be worth considering some hybrid batteries, especially if you keep an extra set charged up with your camera. Although they aren't as high capacity they don't lose their charge anywhere near as quickly as ordinary NiMH rechargeables. If you use them a lot and have to recharge every week or so anyway, then you're probably ok to stick with the ordinary ones, but if they may be left for a month or so then I'd get hybrid ones such as the green instant batteries here



Thanks. never thought off that.

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