12 pack of AAA 1000mAh (realistically the current best capacity) rechargeable batteries under a tenner in Maplin - HotUKDeals
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LIKELY TO BE THE BEST PRICE FOR A SHOP YOU CAN GO TO TO PICK THEM UP - ONLINE ELSEWHERE WILL BE CHEAPER WITH 7 DAY SHOP DOING 3 x 4 PACKS OF SIMILAR SPEC THAT YOU WILL SEE IN A WEEK FOR £1 LESS - BUT THIS IS BEST IF YOU NEED THEM NOW (AND CAN CHECK STOCK LEVELS ONLINE)

These are standard reachargeables and not the type you buy precharged with the lower storage capactiy but longer shelf life.

Product Features

* Value-for-money packs of Maplins top quality NiMH rechargeable batteries
* Recharge up to 1000 times
* 0% mercury, 0% lead, 0% cadmium
* Save money & save the environment!

Ideal for frequent and high drain use such as digital cameras and walkmen

These extra-high capacity nickel metal hydride rechargeable batteries offer amazing value for money. Up to 1,000 charge/discharge cycles can be expected and a single charge outlasts most standard alkaline batteries. This makes these the ideal choice for todays battery-hungry digital devices such as digital cameras, MP3 players, hand-held games etc.

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Technical Specification

Order Battery Capacity Pack
Code Size (mAh) Size
L29BJ AAA 1000 12
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#1
pete_l
Aren't the L30BJ ones better value? £12.99 for 12 but twice the capacity. If the capacity figures actually have any meaning.


Yep they would last longer. :thumbsup:
#2
The L30BJ are AA batteries, the L29BJ in the OP are AAA
#3
Oh hang on. The OP says the L29BJs are "AAA" size .... looks like they're really "AA"

Now I'm confused. In one place the ad. says L29BJ are "AA" ,
Map 1000mAh AA
A 12Pk
L29BJ £9.99

but further down the page it says they are "AAA" -
Order Battery Capacity Pack
Code Size (mAh) Size
L29BJ AAA 1000 12
L30BJ AA 2000 12
L32BJ AA 2500 8
L31BJ 9V 200 3

bloody Maplin, they don't even know what they're selling.
#4
barneydog
The L30BJ are AA batteries, the L29BJ in the OP are AAA


Ahh thats why , need to stop speed reading posts.
1000mah is awesome for AAA. :thumbsup:
#5
pete_l
Oh hang on. The OP says the L29BJs are "AAA" size .... looks like they're really "AA"



Just the way its written.

Map 1000mAh AA
A
12Pk
L29BJ
#6
Order Battery Capacity Pack
Code Size (mAh) Size
L29BJ AAA 1000 12
L30BJ AA 2000 12
L32BJ AA 2500 8
L31BJ 9V 200 3
#7
Ahh, right now I understand. The speed of thought through bone is not the fastest. yes, it's just badly laid out. (I take it back - they *do* know what they're selling. They just don't know how to sell it properly).
#8
Well done for getting a 'current' and 'battery' pun in the title.
#9
Adli have AAA 900mAh and AA 2300mAh £2.49

not quite as strong but better value me thinks :thumbsup:
#10
janz70
Adli have AAA 900mAh and AA 2300mAh £1.99

not quite as strong but better value me thinks :thumbsup:


For how many? Would be a solar heat burst if it's for 12
#11
good deal, but 12 rechargeable batteries are quite alot. unless i have alot of devices that take AAA i would just buy off 7dayshop. The op however does have a point it is a good price for those who want it immediately.
#12
Adli have AAA 900mAh and AA 2300mAh £2.49 for pack of 4

not quite as strong but better value me thinks :thumbsup:

see my post for these http://hotukdeals.com/item/443722/recharable-batteries-only-2-49-for-/
#13
Way better value at Aldi.
#15
I purchased a set of these about 6 months ago for my cordless phones, after about 3 - 4 months 2 of the phones stopped working, i took the battery cover off and found that the batteries had overheated and had melted the plastic inside the phone. They seem to be very poor quality and a potential fire hazard. I have thrown the rest of them away.
#16
Zaxxan;5791952
I purchased a set of these about 6 months ago for my cordless phones, after about 3 - 4 months 2 of the phones stopped working, i took the battery cover off and found that the batteries had overheated and had melted the plastic inside the phone. They seem to be very poor quality and a potential fire hazard. I have thrown the rest of them away.


Some phones are intended only for NiCd batteries, and the charging current might well be too high bearing in mind it is a CONTINUOUS charge that most phone bases give, unlike more "intelligent" purpose made battery chargers!
#17
nihcaj
Some phones are intended only for NiCd batteries, and the charging current might well be too high bearing in mind it is a CONTINUOUS charge that most phone bases give, unlike more "intelligent" purpose made battery chargers!


I replaced the original 700mAh NiMH with the 1000mAh NiMH batteries so there's no reason why they should overheat.
#18
I can fully understand Zaxxan, that's why I went for the the far more expensive Sanyo Eneloops, sold by 7dayshop on amazon for £6.79 for a pack of 4.
Yes the unit price is way more expensive, but I expect them to last few times more than any other batteries in the market. Still I value my gadgets more than the battery! :p
#19
The Maplin ones are rubbish in my experience. I bought a pack a few months ago, they lasted in my wireless mouse for about 2 days. I took them back to the shop who were extremely unhelpful but swapped them for some more which turned out to be just as bad.
I use them in a small radio now and they stay charged for about 2 weeks, just avoid them.
banned#20
Voted cold for caps abuse
#21
I bought a pack of these in AA a few months ago but had to take them back because the button (aka nipple) at the end was too short for them to work (at least in Wiimotes).
#22
Will theyube the same price in-store?
Thanks
#23
Wibblefish
+1


-1.

one more -1 and its a draw two more and the minus have it

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