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12x hybrio rechargeable batteries (3x 4 pack of AA) £19.98 delivered @ MyMemory + 4% quidco

£19.98 @ MyMemory
Been looking for the best deal on the low discharge AA batteries and this looks to be the best deal online. All the uniross batteries appear to be 3 for 2. The 4 pack of AA hybrios 2100mAh are £9.9… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Been looking for the best deal on the low discharge AA batteries and this looks to be the best deal online.

All the uniross batteries appear to be 3 for 2. The 4 pack of AA hybrios 2100mAh are £9.99 each. So buying 2 and getting the 3rd free nets you 12 batteries for £19.98.

With 4% quidco as well I make that £1.6 per battery

If anyone see's a better deal on these or the sanyo eneloops then please do comment.
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#1
These were discontinued in homebase. They were in the bargain bin for about £2. Got as many as I could.
#2
Have been in our local ASDA for about the past year at £3 for 4 AAA and £4 for 4 AA.

sorry but freezing for me.
#3
nwmark
Have been in our local ASDA for about the past year at £3 for 4 AAA and £4 for 4 AA.

sorry but freezing for me.


They never have them in my local ASDA :x

Cheers
Simon
#4
Yep would hve cost you £12 in asda.
#5
These have been out of stock with mymemory for ages
#6
went to homebase, they only do energizers now

don't have an asda near me

mymemory says they are in stock, else id not have posted :-)
#7
Branded admittedly, but comparable new-technology hybrid batteries are available for significantly cheaper:
Branded makes have not shown significant benefit to me
http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html
(look for the green new-technology type, not the ordinary NiMH cells)
As used by several posters on this site.

For 12, there, they would cost £15.80 delivered

This newer type of rechargeable battery is a big move forward though :-)
#8
nwmark;4227888
Have been in our local ASDA for about the past year at £3 for 4 AAA and £4 for 4 AA.

sorry but freezing for me.


What Hybrio?
Not just any rechargeables?
#9
nihcaj
What Hybrio?
Not just any rechargeables?


Yep i have a bag full here.
Just looked a my receipt.
In fact when i got mine before Christmas they cost me £3.00 per packfor the AA.
#10
satan666wayne;4230645
Yep i have a bag full here.
Just looked a my receipt.
In fact when i got mine before Christmas they cost me £3.00 per packfor the AA.


I rarely use the place, but want some more at the moment, so must try and detour there soon! :-)
#11
pulled in a favour to get a lift to the nearest adsa

bit of a trek and they only sell duracell, energizer and asda own brand there

its a supercentre as well

so wasted trip for me ;o

those ones from vapex seem comparable tho
#12
Grumbledook;4234399
pulled in a favour to get a lift to the nearest adsa

bit of a trek and they only sell duracell, energizer and asda own brand there
its a supercentre as well
so wasted trip for me ;o
those ones from vapex seem comparable tho


Ah... a friend said he would check his local Asda on Monday if he was near, otherwise I will order some more from Vapextech too.
#13
i know they had some of these in wikos for 4.99, but when i looked for the mah i couldnt find it, it was not on the front of the packet
#14
skellysgirl;4241974
i know they had some of these in wikos for 4.99, but when i looked for the mah i couldnt find it, it was not on the front of the packet


Most of the new-technology batteries are only 2100mah at the moment, fine for MOST uses, but high power such as flash photography is probably still better with the 2700 to 2900mah hour ones you can get, but you are going to need to either obsessively keep them charged up, or get a fast charger so you can charge them when you want them :-(
#15
These are great batteries. The LSD (Low Self Discharge) technology makes them suitable for almost any device. You can buy more powerful rechargeable batteries, but they will not last anywhere near as long in devices used infrequently (remotes, cameras, clocks etc).

These are very similar to Sanyo Enllops and GP Recyko. All good batteries.

People voting cold because a few Homebase stores USED TO have them on clearance is just plain silly.

edit: There are no AA batteries available that truly provide 2800 or 2900mAh of power. The most you will get is 2500 to 2600mAh (Duracell Supreme or Sanyo 2700). LSD's at 2000-2100mAh are the way to go unless you require a lot of power for short periods in items such as RC Cars or Flashguns.
#16
These aren't available any more, but there are "Uniross Multi Usage 8 x AA 1600mAh Rechargeable Batteries (HYBRIO)" for £7.99.
#17
blackanchorage;4514633
These aren't available any more, but there are "Uniross Multi Usage 8 x AA 1600mAh Rechargeable Batteries (HYBRIO)" for £7.99.


Old stock, the current ones are 2100mah
Far better new technology rechargeables around for far less

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