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10 Pack Kodak AA-Batteries 50p instore @ Tesco !

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#1
Great price for good quality batterys.
banned#2
good price

they have them most of the time in poundland for £1 duh for

pack of 10 AA
pack of 10 AAA
#3
It's a 12 pack at poundland + they're Zinc, which means they're not compatible with all appliances
#4
robot1000;5571518
It's a 12 pack at poundland + they're Zinc, which means they're not compatible with all appliances


So are you critizing this deal or PoundLand? :?
#5
dontdothatagain
So are you critizing this deal or PoundLand? :?

neither, lol

I was just pointing out to the post above mine that it was a 12 pack in Poundland and not 10 as he mentioned. My main point however, whilst it's a very good price, being a Zinc battery is a letdown, as it's not very good with a number of appliances
banned#6
robot1000
It's a 12 pack at poundland + they're Zinc, which means they're not compatible with all appliances


ok ive just check the pack i have and i had to unpack 6 boxes but your right but no one likes a smartass:-D

they seem to be pretty good i got em ages ago and there in loads of things and my wireless keyboard and mouse have had the same 4 batteries in for over 5 months which i think is pretty good

and they are pretty good to buy lots for xmas time :santa:

this deal still better though then the ones at poundland though
#7
churchill
ok ive just check the pack i have and i had to unpack 6 boxes but your right but no one likes a smartass:-D

they seem to be pretty good i got em ages ago and there in loads of things and my wireless keyboard and mouse have had the same 4 batteries in for over 5 months which i think is pretty good

and they are pretty good to buy lots for xmas time :santa:

this deal still better though then the ones at poundland though

http://www.poundland.co.uk/pages/offers/batteries.aspx :thumbsup:
#8
The Kodaks that Poundland sell are good for about 4 photos with a digital Camera before they report low battery and another 2 or 3 before they give up.

Fine for running a clock or something - but buyer be very aware.
#9
yea my local bandm sells the 12 packs of kodaks....i dont think there original kodaks so how do they get away with selling them...
#10
Not all Kodak batteries at Poundland are Zinc!!

I always get my Kodak AAs for my dSLRs at Poundland. Yes the majority of the packs of batteries are Zinc Chloride, but I only ever buy the Alkaline versions. They always have a few packs in, so I stock up on them - 4 packs at a time, and they last ages! If the Tesco ones are Alkaline, I need to take a quick trip to my local store.
#11
the 12 pack @ poundland are zinc. They have a 6 pack of alkaline ones.
#12
Cheaper than £-land , thanks :)
#13
SteveZissou;5574243
I always get my Kodak AAs for my dSLRs at Poundland.
Why don't you just buy a set of rechargeable AAs and then you'll never need to troll down to Poundland again? :?
#14
Ellis108;5571328
Great price for good quality batterys.
Quality? How?
banned#15
st3ph3n
The Kodaks that Poundland sell are good for about 4 photos with a digital Camera before they report low battery and another 2 or 3 before they give up.

Fine for running a clock or something - but buyer be very aware.


they have been in my cam for a while and i take lots of pics and they seem to be fine
#16
But why do you chuck huge amounts of money down the drain by using disposables in a camera? It just doesn't compute, considering that you must be savvy about saving money or you wouldn't be on this site.
#17
elofty
the 12 pack @ poundland are zinc. They have a 6 pack of alkaline ones.


I just checked mine and they are 8 packs. Not as many as I'd said previously, but considering they last about 10 times longer than ZC, they are worth a quid! :)
#18
pibpob
But why do you chuck huge amounts of money down the drain by using disposables in a camera? It just doesn't compute, considering that you must be savvy about saving money or you wouldn't be on this site.


Simply convenience. I have plenty of rechargeables - 2400mAH ones at that, but I never seem to have time to chuck them on charge and make sure they're all done*. buying an 8 pack of alkalines means my flash costs me 50p (this is not a huge amount) per wedding to run.

*this isn't all the time, some days I'll think to do it, but those days are rare - I also don't like leaving chargers running while I'm out the house, which I would have to do to charge them all up.
#19
I note your concern, but I would have absolutely no qualms about leaving slow chargers running unattended - they generate very little heat and would be no more worrisome than a mobile phone charger. You can always put your chargers on non-flammable surfaces for extra peace of mind. And then you're using a small fraction of the resources, and not dumping lots of nasty chemicals into landfill, compared with using disposables.

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