2pk Ultramax rechargeable battries Nimh AA £1 @ PoundLand. - HotUKDeals
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Bought this today not sure if its a good deal...
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#1
What capacity are they?
#2
800mAH.

I think the 4x 2000mAH Energisers from Home Bargains for £2.99 is a better option.
#3
800 mAh ..... is that wat u wanted to know?
#4
so how long wud this ones lasT?
btw not everyone can get to homebargain.......
#5
Anything for a pound is a bargain...
#6
These will last about 1 minute in the 'rabbit' LOW capacity..............tsk tsk the ladies will be disappointed :)
#7
lol
oh dear
#8
big-boy
These will last about 1 minute in the 'rabbit' LOW capacity..............tsk tsk the ladies will be disappointed :)


Might train them to hurry up a bit :santa:
#9
diamondnine
Anything for a pound is a bargain...



I've got a 50 pence piece for sale, to you it's only a pahnd!!!!!

:whistling:
#10
I purchased a pack of these batts, I use them in my logitech cordless laser mouse, that was several months ago, I have not needed to charge them since. They are VERY light batteries, perfect for wireless mouse/keyboard! :thumbsup:
#11
god these have been in poundland for soooooooooooooooooo long
#12
TheMev
god these have been in poundland for soooooooooooooooooo long


They have indeed, and are great for Wii and Xbox 360 controllers where they last for a few sessions just fine. Worth posting again for folks who will need masses of batteries after Christmas. BTW - I thought these used to be in 3 packs, not 2? If so, thats a 33% price rise!! :x
#13
i think it's better to invest in more expensive better ones
so cold for me, sorry
#14
If you can get the deal at Homebase you will get a fourpack of 2000mAh precharged type Hybrios for around £2.

800mAh is really the capacity of a precharged Hybrio AAA, with a traditional rechargeable AAA offering 1000mAh now - so for the larger AAs to only offer 800mAh is pretty old stock.

New standard AAs (rather than precharged slow discharge ones like the Hybrios) are now about 2700mAh for the best believable capacity (ignore anything on ebay claiming over 3000mAh).

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