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24 x AA Energizer batteries Family Pack £5 @ Morrisons (Should be nationwide - it was out of stock but today back in stock at my local store!)
Works out 20p each!
I bought mine today at Leeds city center, they had a few more left.

Rechargeable fans pls keep out okie :D
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#1
Wrong picture I think!
#2
dianetheartist
Wrong picture I think!


Better lookig than a pack of 4 duracells and after all don't forget the actual purpose of the whole web....
#3
need a bigger picture i cant make out what the product is ;-)
#4
looks like paris hilton flashing pink undies to me ..
#5
"Rechargeable fans pls keep out okie :D"

Because of course there is NO reasonable argument for buying disposables at all, they just are money thrown away, pollute the planet more, and not even convenient as you have to go out to get them!

It works both way though, only fair - This is the thread you want, go there and make the point why we SHOULDN'T buy those and buy these - good luck:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/544820/rechargeable-aa-2100mah-good-to-go-?t=544820
#6
k9plus1
looks like paris hilton flashing pink undies to me ..


Energizer bunny right?!

http://www.freakingnews.com/pictures/35500/Sarko-Energizer-Bunny--35909.jpg

http://www.superlaugh.com/1/ebunny.jpg
#7
nihcaj
"Rechargeable fans pls keep out okie :D"

Because of course there is NO reasonable argument for buying disposables at all, they just are money thrown away, pollute the planet more, and not even convenient as you have to go out to get them!

It works both way though, only fair - This is the thread you want, go there and make the point why we SHOULDN'T buy those and buy these - good luck:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/544820/rechargeable-aa-2100mah-good-to-go-?t=544820


wow i knew u will be digging it out! LOL

I go shopping so why not if i see them nx to the till! yeah it was hard work to pick up these 24batts! THNX
#8
mikeswrx02;7496854
I go shopping so why not if i see them nx to the till! yeah it was hard work to pick up these 24batts! THNX


Yes, but that's still not an argument FOR buying them.just one negative that didn't apply to you!
You will still be chucking them in the bin and need to replace them with more when they are through their one use..
#9
nihcaj
Yes, but that's still not an argument FOR buying them.just one negative that didn't apply to you!
You will still be chucking them in the bin and need to replace them with more when they are through their one use..


If i spend more time replying u, it'll go on forever! Have a great day, be happy!;-)
#10
Although they look almost identical, these are worse quality batteries than Energizer's normal silver and black "Ultra+" ones. They are "Energizer Classic" instead. That's how they're sold cheap in packs like this.

Still not bad value though, I don't think there's a better disposable battery around for 20p each (except maybe Duracell Procell if you get a good deal).

Also, disposables aren't always "thrown in the bin", there are a lot of shops that collect them for recycling now. However I accept the fact that probably less than 5% of battery users are recycling them... and recharging is still better than recycling in any case.

For anyone who's thinking about saving money in the long run, rechargeables are better value. you can get a pack of 4 "instant" ones for the same price as this pack, recharge them hundreds of times, and even if you charge them up then leave them sitting around for a year they will still be charged when you go back to use them again.
#11
nihcaj
"Rechargeable fans pls keep out okie :D"

Because of course there is NO reasonable argument for buying disposables at all,
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/544820/rechargeable-aa-2100mah-good-to-go-?t=544820


Unless you require the full 1.5v from each battery rather than the 1.2v provided from rechargables.. :whistling:
#12
Benjiman;7498461
Unless you require the full 1.5v from each battery rather than the 1.2v provided from rechargables.. :whistling:


and in practice precious little does.
#13
nihcaj
and in practice precious little does.


I have a camera that just won't run off Nimh, and I get very bad interference if I use them on my R/C car transmitter & receiver. But yes, not normally an issue.
#14
Benjiman;7498970
I have a camera that just won't run off Nimh, and I get very bad interference if I use them on my R/C car transmitter & receiver. But yes, not normally an issue.


What not even Low Self Discharge ones?
I will only buy cameras that DO run off rechargeable AAs for the very reason that they are so universal now.

(I have certainly found in the past old low capacity ones won't work with some gear, but in practice it just seems to have resolved itself as batteries have got better, even though the nominal, and measured voltage is no higher! That's why I said "In Practice"

This time last year I was stil buying many disposables myself for those sorts of reasons, but since buying higher capacity NiMH and more so LSD Types, now I have no problem with anything I have!
#15
Benjiman;7498461
Unless you require the full 1.5v from each battery rather than the 1.2v provided from rechargables.. :whistling:
Naive spurious argument - the lower internal resistance of rechargeables and their discharge curve means that they work just as well as disposables in 99% of applications - and in many cases work better. Don't be fooled - buy rechargeables and save yourself money. Even those who get a kick out of spouting about how non-green they are should understand that argument.

rohanch;7498304
Also, disposables aren't always "thrown in the bin", there are a lot of shops that collect them for recycling now.
True, but unfortunately the landfill aspect is only part of their disadvantage - it still takes perhaps 50 times more energy to make a disposable cell than the energy delivered by it.
#16
bad for environment and uneconomical. Cold
#17
these batteries will come in handy for the ladies.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/579779/mini-one-touch-wireless-bullet-vibr
#18
NOT available in Analby Morrisons, Hull
#19
Why do people always jump on these deals with links to rechargables etc... for some people disposables are more practical for the simple reason that yes... you bin them..... but then are able to replace them straight away with fully charged ones! There isn't a bloody 6 hour gap between taking flat batteries out and putting fully charged ones in!

Also for things like TV remotes... I've had these current duracells in for about 3 years and its still going on the same two batteries, so no real need for rechargables there, unlike something more intense like an RC helicopter or whatever where yes it would get expensive with disposables so rechargable ones are better.
#20
CunningStunts;7511895
Why do people always jump on these deals with links to rechargables etc...
Because they're always for bulk buys which people can't use merely for the few applications, such as the one you mention, where disposables are still a better bet.
#21
CunningStunts;7511895
Why do people always jump on these deals with links to rechargables etc... for some people disposables are more practical for the simple reason that yes... you bin them..... but then are able to replace them straight away with fully charged ones! There isn't a bloody 6 hour gap between taking flat batteries out and putting fully charged ones in!


If you can't get the point by now, with all the threads on here and information offered and can't understand the difference between the types of rechargeables and how with the very minimum of effort they are actually more convenient than disposables, then clearly there is no getting through, so further explanation would be wasted and be better spent on those who can get the message :-(:-(

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