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2 x AA 800mAh NiMH rechargeable batteries - £1.00 @ Poundland

£1.00 @ PoundLand
Not especially large capacity but maybe good for things which don't need loads - I plan to use them in battery powered led christmas lights. Yet to test them out but thought it was worth a pop at a qu… Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Not especially large capacity but maybe good for things which don't need loads - I plan to use them in battery powered led christmas lights. Yet to test them out but thought it was worth a pop at a quid.

I'll come back and comment once they've been tested on our 'intelligent' battery charger.
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
just bought some of these today funnily enough. they're ideal for cordless landline handsets.
#2
These are fine for medium or low powered devices
the AAA ones however are a bit useless
#3
any one tested these yet?
#4
the lidl 4 pack will kill these
#5
hifruit
the lidl 4 pack will kill these
How much are they?
#6
not really a deal is it when they are a pound in a pound shop. they are rubbish all poundland batterys leak and go rusty and whatever they are in is then no good.
#7
mel99
any one tested these yet?
These are fine for medium or low powered devices
the AAA ones however are a bit useless
#8
I've bought a few of these and the AAA too. They are surprisingly good for what they are.
#9
great for remote controls and stuff
#10
are they pre charge ones that last a long time?
#11
They are pre-charged, we're just trying to run one down just now to test it.
1 Like #12
Not that anyone probably cares much now but they came out at 955mAh on our charger, so actually above the stated capacity - Not quite what we were expecting given how many dodgy chinese ebay batteries we've had!
1 Like #13
No idea why these are so cold, they aren't high capacity but they are true to their specs, still cheaper than buying some Chinese "3000mah" ones on ebay that turn out to be 400mah nicads with new labels.
1 Like #14
stevenprior1
not really a deal is it when they are a pound in a pound shop. they are rubbish all poundland batterys leak and go rusty and whatever they are in is then no good.

Blah blah blah

Actually the Kodak xtralife consistently top lists for AA batteries, one of the best capacity/price ratios on the market.

But carry on making stuff up as you go along, it's really helpful to others and it makes you look really clever, mate.
#15
shut up man there crap simple as that and the post has nothing to do with the kodak batteries
#16
stevenprior1
shut up man there crap simple as that and the post has nothing to do with the kodak batteries

YOUR post referred to "ALL POUNDLAND BATTERIES" nice try at being clever but, well; you're not.

And there's nothing wrong with the rechargeable ones either, they are well respected, true to their advertised capacity and fantastic value for money. Yes, they are low capacity but so are Eneloop lites which perform no better than the Fusiomax.

All this nonsense about rust was just a poor attempt to sling mud but all it achieved was to demonstrate your ignorance and lack of intelligence.

But you go ahead and keep digging.

Edited By: fatdeeman on Nov 18, 2016 21:35
#17
impgrrrl
Not that anyone probably cares much now but they came out at 955mAh on our charger, so actually above the stated capacity - Not quite what we were expecting given how many dodgy chinese ebay batteries we've had!

That's the difference with these, they might not be a huge capacity but they are true to their advertised specs, better to buy a 800mah battery and find out it's over 900 than buy a chinese 3000mah battery and find out it's 900!

But as usual with hotukdeals, a bunch of idiots who've never used them have voted them cold and now everyone else will avoid a genuinely decent product that represents phenomenal value for money.

Edited By: fatdeeman on Nov 18, 2016 21:35
#18
hifruit
the lidl 4 pack will kill these

They should do at twice the price?
#19
fatdeeman
stevenprior1
shut up man there crap simple as that and the post has nothing to do with the kodak batteries

YOUR post referred to "ALL POUNDLAND BATTERIES" nice try at being clever but, well; you're not.

And there's nothing wrong with the rechargeable ones either, they are well respected, true to their advertised capacity and fantastic value for money. Yes, they are low capacity but so are Eneloop lites which perform no better than the Fusiomax.

All this nonsense about rust was just a poor attempt to sling mud but all it achieved was to demonstrate your ignorance and lack of intelligence.

But you go ahead and keep digging.


you stick to your opinion i will stick to mine. whats this about been clever all i said is there crap and yes they do rust. i have had them destroy my kids toys because it rusted over the springs. you're just sad mate arguing over batteries go get a life
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"you're just sad mate arguing over batteries go get a life" says the guy who's come back to argue some more ! X)
#21
impgrrrl
"you're just sad mate arguing over batteries go get a life" says the guy who's come back to argue some more ! X)


haha saying am sad because i have come back to argue, then you have just come back to argue too hypocrite.
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Actually, it was an observation, not an argument :)

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