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4 Energiser AA batteries £1.00 in store at Asda

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Not a bad deal - get stocked up with the coming season! AA only I'm afraid guys. Not worth a special trip, but if you are doing your shopping there today anyway, it's worth picking up.
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#1
Seems cheap. Any comments on the cold votes? Other than Friends of the Earth.
#2
great price hot from me :)
#3
nice one
#4
Was away to post about this deal myself. Glad i searched first. :)

Seen it in Asda when we were shopping and picked up 4 packs....excellent.
#5
Just by the toy isle in Wolves store. Not with the other batteries! Typical ASDA;)
#6
not such a hot price - you can get 24 for £4.99 in Robert Dyas - product code 142818.
#7
Get rechargeables please!
#8
is it me or don't rechargeables last,i seem to be forever recharging them

In Quality Save they have various AA batteries for 99p including Kodak ones.
#9
Nice one, voted HOT from me ;)
#10
zmonster
not such a hot price - you can get 24 for £4.99 in Robert Dyas - product code 142818.


p&p £4.95 though unless someone has free delv code?
#11
minime;3430681
p&p £4.95 though unless someone has free delv code?

In store as well - I got some last week.
#12
zmonster
In store as well - I got some last week.



eek nearest is 97 miles away :roll:
#13
aj_aziz;3343332
Other than Friends of the Earth.
How about Friends of the Wallet then? I thought this site was about hot deals - anyone stupid enough to pee their money away on these without realising that rechargeables are equivalent to less than 1p a battery should be spending their time learning basic economics instead.
#14
pibpob
...rechargeables are equivalent to less than 1p a battery...

Recharging them might cost the equivalent of about a penny. But it doesn't factor in the cost of the purchase itself, or the inconvenience of having to charge them up all day.
For instance, if you only use them four times each then they don't cost 1p - the cost per battery is closer to 40p each (assuming £1.50 per battery purchase).

I've got about 12-15 rechargable batteries and they're definitely not my first choice. Hell, most have probably been recharged less than ten times in as many years.
I much prefer disposables.


25p each, for good batteries, is a great deal.
Voted hot, and heat added - thanks OP. I picked up 9 packs at lunchtime :-D
#15
Late;3433587
Recharging them might cost the equivalent of about a penny. But it doesn't factor in the cost of the purchase itself
Oh yes it does. Do the maths - you can charge them hundreds of times and they cost a pound or so each, so the capital cost per charge is a fraction of a penny.
or the inconvenience of having to charge them up all day.
All day? There are dozens of chargers available that will charge in an hour or less. And what about the inconvenience of having to go to the shops or even wait for Amazon to deliver to buy disposables? Far easier just to pop the ones you have in a charger.
For instance, if you only use them four times each then they don't cost 1p - the cost per battery is closer to 40p each (assuming £1.50 per battery purchase).
Why on earth would you only use them four times? :?
#16
pibpob
How about Friends of the Wallet then? I thought this site was about hot deals - anyone stupid enough to pee their money away on these without realising that rechargeables are equivalent to less than 1p a battery should be spending their time learning basic economics instead.
This site is about hot deals but this thread is about disposible batteries. Voted hot.
#17
So how much better are these disposable batteries than the own-brand supermarket alkalines then?
#18
Loads of these in the Cardiff Gate store if anyone's interested (in the card/toy aisles)
#19
20 for £4.50 in my Robert Dyas within Somerfield
#20
deb8z
is it me or don't rechargeables last,i seem to be forever recharging them

In Quality Save they have various AA batteries for 99p including Kodak ones.


Yes and powering the charger uses electricity that is generated from fossil fuels and that causes carbon emissions.
#21
Tightmartin;3451131
Yes and powering the charger uses electricity that is generated from fossil fuels and that causes carbon emissions.
So does breathing (fossil fuels are used in the production of the food you eat).

You are missing a vital point: a sense of proportion. Recharging a battery causes hugely less emissions than using a disposable.

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