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10xAA Alkaline batteries at IKEA for 99p

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Amongst their current range of price reductions IKEA have reduced their 10 packs of AA batteries to 99p (from £1.99 I think).

These are proper alkalines, not the 'heavy duty' zinc carbon ones in poundshops. I've found them to be pretty good previously.
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#1
they are rubbish though
#2
made by Varta i think...!
#3
If these tests are to be believed:

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?t=64660
http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?t=256233

..they are a very good buy at this price. Roughly four times better than heavy duty zinc-carbon poundshop batteries that cost the same.
banned#4
lol these are worthless,

argos had the alba alkaline for 99p not so long ago, they were better than these,

cold.
#5
dvhendo
lol these are worthless,argos had the alba alkaline for 99p not so long ago, they were better than these,cold.



I dont know if the Norwegian Ikea Batterys are made from a different supplier but they where rated very hight in tests.



Edited By: millarcat on Aug 25, 2010 09:57: removed offending remark
#6
Ha!! Used these in my 360 controller. Had to change them more often than changing games.
#7
Better off with rechargeables. I bought a dozen about 6 or 7 years ago and they're still going strong after dozens of charges.
Saved me a fortune.
#8
royals
they are rubbish though

Not true (typical usupported HUKD comment!).

See links kindly added by rohanch - IKEA batteries stated to be best value and now they're half price. Yes, there are better batteries out there but these are pretty good (way better than any zinc carbon ones). Supports my previous experience too.

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