4 Uniross 2700/1000mAH Rechargeable batteries AA/AAA - £4.98 @ Maplins with Free Delivery - HotUKDeals
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N34BU AAA 1000mAh 4
L85AQ AA 2700mAh 4

Product Features

* One of the highest capacity rechargeable batteries available, AA 2700mAh, AAA 1000mAh
* Last up to 7-times longer than premium alkaline batteries in digital cameras
* Ideal in all power hungry handheld electronic devices : Camera, MP3, Wii remotes, etc.

These NiMH cells are free of toxic or hazardous elements such as cadmium, lead, mercury or lithium, and can be used repeatedly and disposed of safely when finally thrown away. A service life of 500 to 1,000 charge/discharge cycles can be expected and the capacity related performance is normally 30% to 50% better than the equivalent NiCd batteries. A releasing safety vent guards against accidental misuse.

edit - the picture shows 2500mAH but the description says 2700
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#1
Sorry if i am alone in confusion, but what are you purchasing? Is it 4 AA and 4 AAA for £4.98 or is it £4.98 per pack?
#2
it's either a pack of AA or AAA
you decide
the fate of the batteries is in your hands

the AA's are 2700, and the AAA's are 1000
hope that helps x
#3
cor, imagine getting 4 of each for that price! it would get hot in here!
#4
haha
i still reckon this isn't bad a deal
the AAA's are a quid more expensive on play
and the AA's are 12.99 on play :s
#5
yeah not too bad i got these for the wii the AAA not bad at all
#6
the wii takes AA....
#7
pikachu12
the wii takes AA....


hopefully a typo!!
#8
pikachu12
the wii takes AA....


Lots of the charging stations for the Wii come with adapters so that the remotes take AAA (the adapters have the contacts for charging the batteries ... which take a little room ... hence the decrease in battery size).
#9
Only seems to be n34BU (i.e. AAA) left... :-(
#10
Poundland sells rechargeable batteries of all sizes in packs of two for £1. That's where I get mine.
#11
I think these AAs won the Gadget Show battery challenge last week?
#12
we got these last year and they are not that great in my opinion, we also have some Sony 1300 ones that are about 8 months older and they still last longer in the 360/Wii controllers..
[helper]#13
If you are thinking of buying rechargeables I would go for the newer Hybrid/hybrio/eneloop batteries. They cost more (about £6-£7 for 4 AA) but they retain their charge far longer so you can charge them up and keep them ready in a drawer and use them 6 months later. ......
#14
belovedmonster
Poundland sells rechargeable batteries of all sizes in packs of two for £1. That's where I get mine.


What capacity are they?
#15
sprouty76
What capacity are they?


AA 800
AAA 350

At 50p each they get the job done for me.
#16
7dayshop have 2800 batteries for £5.99 delivered including a battery case.

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=101842

Cold I'm afraid.
#17
hondar
I think these AAs won the Gadget Show battery challenge last week?


I wouldn't trust the gadget show if they were the last reviewer on earth - so many holes in their tests watch the show for fun but that is it :thumbsup:
#18
belovedmonster
Poundland sells rechargeable batteries of all sizes in packs of two for £1. That's where I get mine.


Lol, I you certainly get what you pay for.. I use only Uniross for my digital camera and they just keep going and going. I'm voting hot hot hot
1 Like #19
another vote for hybrio type battery's.

I get mine from ebay seller vapextech, around £5 for 4 delivered.

I have found these much better than the regular uniross battery's:
Since they retain their charge they can be used in a torch or radio for weeks or months without going flat.

I think for remote controls I would stick to regular cheap battery's, since they last for years anyway.
#20
leet
Lol, I you certainly get what you pay for.. I use only Uniross for my digital camera and they just keep going and going. I'm voting hot hot hot


Its horses for courses. You wouldn't want to power a digital camera with pound shop batteries, but they are more than good enough for general use. I get well over a weeks juce on my Sony wireless headphones using these Poundshop batteries and I use my headphones all the time. :thumbsup:
#21
Damn, would've bought the AA 2700maH batteries but it looks like they are out of stock.
#22
Used the 2700 for a couple of years, great for cameras, quick one hour charge, good price delivered. Recharges in car while on move, Saved me a fortune on non rechargeable. Highly recommended.:thumbsup:
#23
Do people really have problems storing charged batteries? I know there is leakage with NiMh batteries but I don't find this a problem even when they have been resting for two weeks. I suspect chargers may play a role here!
#24
stapsell;3737363
another vote for hybrio type battery's.

I get mine from ebay seller vapextech, around £5 for 4 delivered.

I have found these much better than the regular uniross battery's:
Since they retain their charge they can be used in a torch or radio for weeks or months without going flat.


Agree totally.

Won't think of buying any more standard rechargeables now that the Vapex ones are no more expensive, but you just take them out and use them - as convenient as non-rechargeables.
#25
stapsell
another vote for hybrio type battery's.

I get mine from ebay seller vapextech, around £5 for 4 delivered.

I have found these much better than the regular uniross battery's:
Since they retain their charge they can be used in a torch or radio for weeks or months without going flat.

I think for remote controls I would stick to regular cheap battery's, since they last for years anyway.

I have used them once, they are good :D get my vote
#26
belovedmonster
Its horses for courses. You wouldn't want to power a digital camera with pound shop batteries, but they are more than good enough for general use. I get well over a weeks juce on my Sony wireless headphones using these Poundshop batteries and I use my headphones all the time. :thumbsup:

agree with you ... you only need the more expensive high power ones in digi cams, etc... toys, etc would do fine with lower rated batteries.
suspended#27
decent deal, prefer these 3200 mah batteries for £2.50 more inc delivery: ebay item id: 350135705008

gotta love the MaH increasing each year i buy some, normal shops like argos, maplin etc never really have the highest capacity available at the time for some reason.
#28
hot deal - for what you are getting.
#29
Question about Hybrio batteries: Would I need to buy a special charger too, or would my old battery recharger be fine?
#30
V-Man
Question about Hybrio batteries: Would I need to buy a special charger too, or would my old battery recharger be fine?


As long as your old charger is NiMH compatible you should be fine.
#31
This deal may be way hotter than anyone thinks.

I called the order line because despite putting in the order number for AAs, I kept getting AAAs listed on checkout.

The fellow at the sales line tells me they are..... wait for it......

[SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]BOGO[/COLOR][/SIZE]

So I just bought two packs of AA and two packs of AAA for less than £10.

:whistling::whistling::whistling:

BTW, he did confirm that they are AAA 1000mah and AA 2700mah
#32
Sorry to seem stupid but can these be used in childrens toys? Fed up buying new ones every month.
#33
tc80tc80
This deal may be way hotter than anyone thinks.

I called the order line because despite putting in the order number for AAs, I kept getting AAAs listed on checkout.

The fellow at the sales line tells me they are..... wait for it......

[SIZE="7"][COLOR="Red"]BOGO[/COLOR][/SIZE]

So I just bought two packs of AA and two packs of AAA for less than £10.

:whistling::whistling::whistling:

BTW, he did confirm that they are AAA 1000mah and AA 2700mah


Just phoned them as I couldn't order them either.
I was told they are not on BOGOF.
#34
lucylettuce
Just phoned them as I couldn't order them either.
I was told they are not on BOGOF.


Me too. Just been told that they are 'while stocks last'.

As only code N34BU (AAA) is placed in basket then that is all that is left in stock and that is therefore what is being ordered.

I would suggest that tc80tc80 has ordered 2 x pk of 4 AAA - not BOGOF at all!!
#35
Just went into Milton Keynes shop. No uniross batteries there but there are own brand 2500mA AA batteries £9.99 for 8.
But perhaps better still. Maplin code N11CY. 4x 2000mA AA batteries plus charger. Half price at £4.99. :-D
#36
Murielson
Me too. Just been told that they are 'while stocks last'.

As only code N34BU (AAA) is placed in basket then that is all that is left in stock and that is therefore what is being ordered.

I would suggest that tc80tc80 has ordered 2 x pk of 4 AAA - not BOGOF at all!!


Nope, confirmed just now on the phone again... 2 x 4AAA and 2 x 4AA for £9.96 with free delivery.
#37
sprouty76
What capacity are they?

Ive seen them
To be honest they are ok but not for high usage things
The AA are 800mamp
The AAA are 350mamp
Peet
#38
Just phoned them to place an order and I asked for

2 x AA and 1 X AAA. The Sales person said the total price for the 3 packs was £4.98 !!!

I asked her to check that the order was placed correctly so she went off to check. When she came back she said the AA's were now out of stock and discontinued were therefore not being charge for - even though they were added to the order. She says there must be a problem with the system as it should not have added them.

If you have ordered AA's over the phone then you may not actually get them delivered to you.......
#39
Just ordered 12AA 2500maH + 12AAA 1000maH from a well known auction site for £10.98 delivered. Was a HK seller so will post back when they arrive and I have had chance to test them.
#40
hajj_3;3738525
decent deal, prefer these 3200 mah batteries for £2.50 more inc delivery: ebay item id: 350135705008

gotta love the MaH increasing each year i buy some, normal shops like argos, maplin etc never really have the highest capacity available at the time for some reason.


It is just figures... all the standard ones go dead in the drawer regardless, whatever the marked output, or the brand - and the difference in number of camera shots from a set marked between 2000mah and 2800mah in my experience is barely noticeable :-(

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