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20 x AA Batteries 99p BOGOF. 40 Batteries £0.99 @ Morrisons

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I was in Morrisons today to get one of the MicroSD cards that were posted on here. I spotted they were doing their own brand batteries on BOGOF, thats 40 batteries for less than a pound!!! Now befor…
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I was in Morrisons today to get one of the MicroSD cards that were posted on here.
I spotted they were doing their own brand batteries on BOGOF, thats 40 batteries for less than a pound!!!
Now before the 'rechargeable', 'environment', 'poor quality' brigade start ranting, I use rechargeables myself and didnt buy any, but i'm sure they will benefit some people on here.
And it's my first deal so go easy!!
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#1
Morrisons extra life batteries came top in a cost/hr test on the gadget show a while ago.

Probably same quality/factory as a top brand but a cheaper name.
#2
Sounds like a great deal to me whatever the quality. :thumbsup:
Heat & rep. added.
#3
Phew72
Sounds like a great deal to me whatever the quality. :thumbsup:
Heat & rep. added.


Very kind, thank you!!:-D
#4
Voted Hot!
Great price for decent batteries, and less face it, even if you use rechargables, short of having about 10 chargers on the go, you can never seem to have enough of these, almost everything takes AA bateries these days, and with Christmas (childrens toys) coming, this is a fantastic deal! I'll stock up tomorrow, assuming they have any left!
Thanks.
#5
I take it their zinc?

G>
#6
hot from me
banned#7
voted hot!
#8
These batteries are actually quite good and working well in the kids WiiMotes at the moment! Just a shame I missed out on the BOGOF....

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2500/3966888994_713dda132e.jpg
#9
loads in the queensbury branch also loads of rekorderlig pear cider for £1 as well (hic)
#10
pipesmoker;6433088
I take it their zinc?

G>


No, they're batteries dude.
#11
steadyeddie. Good find and I like it, when you mentioning about you are using rechargeable. Some time you need these batteries. Heat added.
suspended#12
seanjames
loads in the queensbury branch also loads of rekorderlig pear cider for £1 as well (hic)


Thank you :thumbsup:
#13
:thumbsup: well spotted...was tempted at 99p for 20 but found they were 'zinc' (not alkaline) but at 99p for 40 = EXCELLENT for Christmas :stocking: for all those things that annoyingly do not come with 'batteries included' or have those nasty unknown leaking ones included! Cheers!
#14
This is actually a very good deal -- you get more batteries in this pack than a lot of the pound-shop batteries (which, incidentally, are often manufactured in Chinese labour prisons -- possibly not the best advertisement for them!). In this deal you are getting 40 professionally-made cells (likely as not made by a subsidiary of GoldPeak, of which there are thousands in China), each of which will be just as good as the ones the like of Hitachi or Panasonic sell for 4 for a quid.

For remotes, there is nothing more suitable in my opinion. Where you'd use 40 remote batteries is a different question!
#15
Starr
Thank you :thumbsup:


no probs rekorderlig not as gassy or sweet as kopperberg imo
#16
Bargain!
#17
Saw these today and was gonna buy some but then saw they are Zinc but I think I will go back and get some tomorrow as they are ideal for toys at Christmas!! Good find
#18
Are these the yellow ones ?
#19
CKEBROWN2212
These batteries are actually quite good and working well in the kids WiiMotes at the moment! Just a shame I missed out on the BOGOF....

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2500/3966888994_713dda132e.jpg


Fear345
Are these the yellow ones ?


Yes
#20
i got 2 packs today but there was no sighn saying bogof so i thought 2 quid for 40 batterys il give em a go...but they did go through as bogof so only paid a pound......
#21
What's wrong with zinc then
#22
Can confirm. Bought several packs at BOGOF. Great price for batteries for kids toys etc. Great deal.
#23
pipesmoker
I take it their zinc?

G>


For 99p...unlikely to be the ones with the "copper-top"....lol. Mind you wife may be happy ...cheaper thrills with the "plastic-friend"!!!:whistling::oops::shock::giggle:
#24
Not BOGOF in my local Morrisons.
#25
Ayrton
What's wrong with zinc then


Yeah... what's the difference between Zinc and Alkaline then?

And Max/Ultra/Uber/Super/Duper/Fantastic?
#26
Google is my friend. Zinc batteries are an older technology, less powerful and more prone to leakage. The alternative being Alkaline.

For rechargables I know my NiCd's from my NiMH's from my Lithium Ions. However I had never given any consideration before to what disposables were made of.

These batteries are only cheap as long as you don't forget about them being left in a device that as a consequence is knackered by battery acid.
#27
No sign of these in Tynemouth Morrisons :-(
#28
Not in Wednesbury. They never had the baby wipes either. They did have packs of kodak batteries for £1 though. Packs of 6 C's, 4 D's , 10 AAA's and 10 AA's which I thought was quite good to keep in for xmas
#29
Don't forget to recycle them when dead. Or better still buy rechargeables. Think of our environment.
#30
ohh hell, whats with the environment nerds cramping peoples styles these days...

These batteries wont leak or blow up or mess anything up, they are perfectly adequate for the task at hand, i.e. being a battery. They are only prone to leaking after prolonged use (when a toy for example is left for like 14 days running) by which time the batteries run out and youve likely chucked it away (or recycled it.... )

These batteries are not available at all Morrisons supermarkets at the moment... They are still shipping to a few stores, and some stores have already run out!

Byker Morrisons this morning when i was in at 4am had a couple boxes left...
Tynemouth morrisons ran out of its stock a couple days ago... but unconfirmed on if they are restocking.
Also its while stocks last as indicated ... so again if they dont appear to be in your local Morrisons, ask a member of staff or goto the customer service desk situated at the checkouts/or kiosk, they will find out immediately for you. They have re-ordered stock to certain stores but you have to remember that this was to get rid of the excess stock we had holding at stockton (for northern stores).
#31
Still plenty in Bath BOGOF
#32
Not in Hounslow-west Morrison.
#33
truely cheaper than chips!:w00t:
#34
manyaOnIsland;6485815
Not in Hounslow-west Morrison.


thanks for the above, i was going to go there tomm.

also these batteries are zinc, not powerfull to use is cameras. toys or remotes.
they will work in the above but will run out 3 times quicker than alkaline.

fine for clocks thou

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