£1,99 + FREE Delivery! ... Uniross U0149761 4 x AA 1600mAh NiMH Hybrio Rechargeable Batteries @ Play - HotUKDeals
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£1.99 + Free Delivery !!!
RRP: £12.99 | You save: £11.00 (84%)

These Uniross AA 1600mAh HYBRIO batteries are ready to use straight from the pack and offer extremely low self discharge for longer lasting usage. Ideal for every day use in your electronic devices such as radios, clocks, toys, TV remotes and PC equipment etc.
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#1
Good price but 1600mA is rather low, most are 2100mA (and non-hybrios are 2700mA).
#2
HOT! Less than the price of a pack of Energiser batteries but can use again and again...
#3
very underpowered at only 1600ma
#4
great price H+R
#5
i know only 1600ma but what do you expect for £2 come on
#6
pet2000
Good price but 1600mA is rather low, most are 2100mA (and non-hybrios are 2700mA).


+1, great for mice, remotes, clocks, wireless kb's etc - only at this price though. at £2 you cant go wrong.
#7
Yes, these are the lesser powered Hybrios - the others being 2000mA IIRC. Can't complain for 2 quid, but don't expect the same performance. Fine for many applications though.
#8
rash
pet2000
Good price but 1600mA is rather low, most are 2100mA (and non-hybrios are 2700mA).


+1, great for mice, remotes, clocks, wireless kb's etc - only at this price though. at £2 you cant go wrong.


yeah i bought them for that too

if you want AAA good offer search for

Camlink 1000Mah AAA Rechargeable Batteries / 4 Pack (Electronics) £2.99 on play or 4 1000mAs not bad i think ordered both
#9
Do you think these will be good enough for a wii remote?
#10
Order 1 just to try. Good fine.
#11
I think they're worth a punt at this price
#12
good value regardless that its 1600mah - you can by 3 sets for the same price as 1 set of 2100mah - no brainer (in many cases)
#13
Hyundai
good value regardless that its 1600mah - you can by 3 sets for the same price as 1 set of 2100mah - no brainer (in many cases)
And you can be sure that it's a reputable and realistic 1600mAh, rather than some of the flights of fancy you see claimed for numerous no-name batteries.
#14
need for my spare apple keyboard. thanks.
#15
Hot, i've ordered a couple of packets
#16
Excellent price - use these in my Wii remotes. Always handy to have spares (and can keep them charged and ready!)
#17
Cheers OP H&R
#18
How do these NiMH batteries work in cold environments. I do a lot fo mountain climbing and find that standard alkaline batteries drain extremely rapidly in -10 degree temperatures. I current have a stash of lithium batteries from when my local morrisons closed down and these work a treat, but as these are depleting and are £6 for a pack of 4 im looking to try some cheaper alternative for my GPS. Any ideas how these operate under extreme cold conditions?
#19
Forbez
How do these NiMH batteries work in cold environments. I do a lot fo mountain climbing and find that standard alkaline batteries drain extremely rapidly in -10 degree temperatures. I current have a stash of lithium batteries from when my local morrisons closed down and these work a treat, but as these are depleting and are £6 for a pack of 4 im looking to try some cheaper alternative for my GPS. Any ideas how these operate under extreme cold conditions?


at £1.99 its worth a punt no?
#20
Forbez
How do these NiMH batteries work in cold environments.

Badly

Keep them warm in your jacket, or stick with lithium - which are lighter too
#21
Got some for wireless keyboard and mouse too
#22
Thanks, ordered two sets. :p
#23
are there any deals for AAA rechargables?
#24
8) hot deal for these type batts
#25
£7.99 now
#26
Says 7.99 for me.
#27
7.99 now - expired
#28
Good for low drain devices

No good for Digital cameras or high drain devices, these wouldn't even start a camera up, so don't bother ordering for that usage with these batteries..

For 2 quid these are a steal though for radio's and mice and keyboards!
#29
Now £7.99
Drat! and double drat!
#30
Wow... they've sent them already!

Edited By: Sin_of_nature on Jul 22, 2010 10:15: changed info
#31
Forbez
How do these NiMH batteries work in cold environments. I do a lot fo mountain climbing and find that standard alkaline batteries drain extremely rapidly in -10 degree temperatures. I current have a stash of lithium batteries from when my local morrisons closed down and these work a treat, but as these are depleting and are £6 for a pack of 4 im looking to try some cheaper alternative for my GPS. Any ideas how these operate under extreme cold conditions?


I have a table here that show battery performance down to 0C:
MiMH should still maintain 60% of design capacity when fully charged
Alkaline by comparison will be down to 65% of design capacity

Be warned that battery temperature coefficient isn't linear

The calculated performance figure at -10C* for both MiMH and Alkaline is around 15% of design capacity

* -10C is actually outside of the design specification for NiMH battery technology. NiCd work better down to around -35C - but come with their own issues.

The above are calculations based on design capacity and temperature. There are other factors you'd need to take into account if you want more accurate figures. Age of cells, charge / discharge rates, even altitude can effect some types of cells etc
#32
I see these have expired, there are some standard AA rechargeables with 2100mAh from currys still available http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gp-batts-2100-series-aa-nimh-rechar/724399
#33
Are GP any good? How do they compare?
#34
They are out of stock at all 10 stores closest to me in Wimbledon.
banned#35
Gaaaaa £7.99
#36
ssjinzo
rash
pet2000
Good price but 1600mA is rather low, most are 2100mA (and non-hybrios are 2700mA).
+1, great for mice, remotes, clocks, wireless kb's etc - only at this price though. at £2 you cant go wrong.
yeah i bought them for that tooif you want AAA good offer search forCamlink 1000Mah AAA Rechargeable Batteries / 4 Pack (Electronics) £2.99 on play or 4 1000mAs not bad i think ordered both


i got some Duracell LSD ones from home bargains for £3 for 4xAAA and 2100mAh, hehe. so no need for these, But 2 quid a pop, cant go wrong.
#37
Wonder where they got these from? Uniross went out of business years ago and Wilko sold them all off cheap.

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