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These are the UK's best value AA 2500 mAh Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries ! This 2500 mAh AA is a very high capacity Ni-Mh rechargeable battery and will offer you incredible performance and battery life. Ni-Mh (nickel metal hydride) type batteries are favoured by demanding users as they are memory free and offer superb performance over traditional Ni-Cad rechargeable and even single-use Alkaline types. Perfect for all high and low drain devices and especially ideal for digital cameras too. These 7dayshop.com batteries are compatible with many good quality chargers and equipment types too.

Saw these batteries - and thought they we're quite decently priced and good capacity. The only thing that lets them down is the £3.95 postage but if you need quite a few it makes it better value. That said most 4xAA packs i seen go for nearer the £10 mark...
And don't forget Quidco @ 1% (not much but every little helps)
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#1
avoid these - a friend reckons his were appauling when compared to equivalent Uniross and Energizers.

if you want NiMHs for Digital Cameras - go for the new Sanyo Eneloops - as you don't get any discharge (well very little) when they are not being used - unlike normal NIMHs which loose about 30% of their charge after the first month !
#2
I hate discharge, it gets everywhere.
#3
Buckster
avoid these - a friend reckons his were appauling when compared to equivalent Uniross and Energizers.

if you want NiMHs for Digital Cameras - go for the new Sanyo Eneloops - as you don't get any discharge (well very little) when they are not being used - unlike normal NIMHs which loose about 30% of their charge after the first month !



hehehe

you said discharge
:giggle:

to be honest for the price they are ok, i normally keep my rechargables in the recharger so i know they will be ok for use. and for digital cameras, it is always advisable to have 2 sets of batteries with you anyway.

thanks, heat and rep done, just need a free delivery code and im ordering.
banned 2 Likes #4
Or try ledshoppe.com for £2.79 for 4 2,500mah ni-mh rechargables and free delivery!
#5
Repo
Or try ledshoppe.com for £2.79 for 4 2,500mah ni-mh rechargables and free delivery!


cheeky :thumbsup:
#6
buckster , where can you get Sanyo Eneloops from ?
#7
http://www.thedigitalcamerashop.co.uk/product_details.php?id=2807

never used them though - or Tantronics who I hav eused :)
#8
The new range from Uniross

See here: http://www.uniross.com/consumer_html/News.php

called their Hybrid cell also has a unique facility that

1) You can use it straight out of the packet from purchase off the shelf (like a normal battery):-

"Ready for use just as a disposable battery, it may be used immediately after purchase without the need to be charged. Even if it isn't used for a year, it remains charged! HYBRIO is a rechargeable battery which is ready at any time!"

2) Once charged it lasts a very long time before it self discharges.

With cells and performance like these why would anyone buy a normal battery again?

That said I saw these in ASDA the other day - 4 x AA's were about £8 or £9 if memory serves me correctly. That's not all that bad when you consider that the supermarkets are never the best place to buy rechargeables from.

So now the hunt is on guys... best place to buy Uniross hybrio's from, or Sanyo Eneloops, which sound very similar.
#9
I like 2700 ones here £5 free delivery or 8 for £9.25

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html
#10
I get mine from http://www.batterylogic.co.uk/uniross-2500-mAh-RB104358.asp

Uniross 2500 NiMH for £7.99 with free delivery.
#11
Energizer 2500 here for only £5.49 delivered
http://www.directfoto.co.uk/shop/product/Energizer-Rechargeable-Batteries.aspx :thumbsup:
#12
I didn't even know there was a better battery than normal NiMH. I must read up on it! Thanks for the info. If the performance is so much better they must be worth getting for my digital camera.
#13
I have a uniross charger and could be done with new batteries, do I need to get uniross batteries or is it ok to use others like energizer and so on
#14
Flamefast - for digital cameras - yes :)
#15
sanyo batteries are only 800 mah
ignore, that these are AAA
#16
The Vapextech batteries are good but I have had issues with thier size, some of them are very slightly longer and has caused a few problems in some of the things I have used them in.
I will only use uniross from now on.
#17
I bought these exact same rechargeables about 8 months ago and they've been great. I use them in my Canon S2 and I reckon they're comparable to my Uniross one's. Seem to last ages and charge in about an hour with 7dayshops own brand rapid charger!
Thanks.
[mod]#18
If you're not worried about quality so much then you can buy 4 AA Rechargables in poundland for.......go on, guess!!!
#19
Syzable
If you're not worried about quality so much then you can buy 4 AA Rechargables in poundland for.......go on, guess!!!



Yes but they are 800mAh Ni-Cd batteries which are just about useless.
#20
Both Aldi and Lidl sell rechargeables very cheap 4 for £2 i use them in a digital camera excellent for the money and 2100ah.
#21
Aldi don't stock these normally, only very occasionally.
#22
I've always been very impressed with the 7dayshop batteries. I use them in Radio Microphones, and now in my digital camera and they're great.
I recommend you pay a little more and go for the 2800mAh onws though.
#23
Bought some Sanyo Eneloops (2000mah - 8 quid inc postage from ebay) for my girlfriends camera. Very impressed with them. Its far more useful to be able to come back to the camera and be guaranteed that theres some charge left than to maybe get a few more shots when fully charged.
#24
Those uniross 15 minute chargers are an absolute rip off.

My one takes over 1 hour and so does my mates one. Fasle advertising in my book.
#25
Buckster
avoid these - a friend reckons his were appauling when compared to equivalent Uniross and Energizers.

if you want NiMHs for Digital Cameras - go for the new Sanyo Eneloops - as you don't get any discharge (well very little) when they are not being used - unlike normal NIMHs which loose about 30% of their charge after the first month !


Your mate must have had some dud ones then as I've used 7DaysShop for NiMH battries for years and they've always been comparable to any Uniross, Fameart etc. I even use one of there clone batteries in my Nikon D50 and it's just as good as the pukka Nikon one.
#26
From what I remember the stated charge times for a lot of chargers is for one battery if you put 4 batteries in it then times the charge time by 4.
I use the vapextech lcd charger which is excellent.
#27
Been using a set of these for over a year in an LED bike light. No problem seem as good as any other NiMhs I have used and trust me it is more irritating to lose your bike lights than miss the most important photo.
#28
why Eneloops are great

(and their equivalents, eg Ansmann Max-E etc)

I got caught out with my old NiMHs the other month, hadn't used the camera or any of the 3 (!) 2500 maH sets of a batteries for a month or so, great shot opportunity, used camera - one shot ! great ... , tried all the other sets, all the same - one shot ! Hence why I now only go for the newer type of NiMHs - for camera usage anyway.

for other uses normal NiMHs are just fine :)

see below for details of Eneloop discharge, vs normal NiMH. I personally think the graph is quite optimistic for normal NimHs - I've seen quoted as much as 40-50% of charge lost after 4 weeks - in many places.

http://www.eneloopcontest.com/images/quality_battery.gif
#29
I have been using these for nearly a year now and they are excellent. Bought them with the 7dayshop charger http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=101202 which charges real fast.

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