40x Duracell Procell AAA Professional Alkaline Batteries £9.75 @ My Discounts Direct / Amazon - HotUKDeals
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cheapest i could find so thought to share

Duracell Procell batteries provides outstanding performance & reliability and the quality expected from Duracell at an affordable price
A highly trusted brand in quality batteries
Long-lasting power guaranteed from the manufacturer 1.5v
Duracell batteries are ideal for torches, telemeters, measuring instruments, microphones and medical devices as well as wide range of electronic devices of daily use
Please Note: New but without packing
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#1
Good price, Thanks
#2
nice
#3
Good price. Decent enough battery. Thanks for sharing! :)
#4
Wilkos are just as good.

Now down to 50p per pack of 4 or £5 for 40.
#5
nice find op, heat added :)
#6
Nice find
6 Likes #8
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html
2 Likes #9
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html
It's cold from me for a totally different reason. No-rechargeable batteries should have been banned years ago - there's just no excuse for not using rechargeable these days. These things are full of nasty chemicals!
#10
My discounts direct got some really good deals on makeup and household stuff on ebay http://stores.ebay.co.uk/My-Discounts-Direct
#11
I stick to the readycell from home bargains, works out 60 for £10
#12
Customer feedback:

1 out of 5:
"Cannot contact the seller to find out where my item is...not happy it was a gift and is now way overdue"
Happy mum, 12 January 2015

No idea why this is hot, if you need bulk amount buy 48 Panasonic AAA alkalines from argos for £10.50 = 22p each http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/9805873.htm

Edited By: pablomalin on Jan 12, 2015 23:15
#13
Pablomalin the seller has over a thousand feedback and on ebay it's 99% you pick one feedback
#14
Duracell Procell has been replaced with Duracell Industrial
#15
watson44
Duracell Procell has been replaced with Duracell Industrial


These will be old stock then ?
#16
Cheaper from a certain banned seller
#17
Is this the cheaper version of Duracell? If it is stay away, i would just stick with the new standard "High Power" or the dearer "Ultra".
#18
Bardo
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html
It's cold from me for a totally different reason. No-rechargeable batteries should have been banned years ago - there's just no excuse for not using rechargeable these days. These things are full of nasty chemicals!
I think some people can't be bothered to have to keep recharging them, that's probably why not everyone uses them. It can be annoying to have to do that regularly I suppose.

Edited By: Transformers on Jan 13, 2015 00:26
#19
Ordered for the wife. She seems to use up the tv remote batteries remarkably fast!
#20
Good batteries at a fair price. Heat from me
#21
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html

Strange that it's at 250+ degrees then...
#22
Just buy one big battery, cheaper, so..
#23
F4STFORW4RD
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html

Strange that it's at 250+ degrees then...
I voted cold, as it's not a good deal imho. If people want to waste their money on this, then go ahead. (_;)
1 Like #24
Transformers
F4STFORW4RD
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html

Strange that it's at 250+ degrees then...
I voted cold, as it's not a good deal imho. If people want to waste their money on this, then go ahead. (_;)

I buy mine from Ikea :D
#25
Why not rechargeable ?

No need for land fillers
#26
3.1415926
Why not rechargeable ?

No need for land fillers
My point exactly - single use batteries should be banned, if you ask me. No is no reason not to use rechargeable in this day and age.
2 Likes #27
For all the people who are going on about single use batteries, landfill etc, there is one thing you may not know. A lot of devices do not like 1.2v batteries and will only work with 1.5v batteries. My quadcopter transmitter will not work with rechargeables. Also, my wireless doorbell doesn't work with 1.2v cells. So these DO have a use.

Edited By: tonikeys on Jan 13, 2015 03:32
#28
Jayswa
Ordered for the wife. She seems to use up the tv remote batteries remarkably fast!

are you sure they are for remote? ;) lol
1 Like #29
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html

interestingly, the maplin extra long life are listed really expensive! If you actually apply the 10p/cell cost you can get them at in bulk (£9.99 for 100 iirc) then they also come up around home bargains and ikea at the top of the table.
#30
Bardo
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html
It's cold from me for a totally different reason. No-rechargeable batteries should have been banned years ago - there's just no excuse for not using rechargeable these days. These things are full of nasty chemicals!

I can't seem to find any 1.5v rechargeable batteries, they all seem to be 1.35v
#31
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Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html


That's until they leak and offer no guarantee. Also, they'll have discharged before you know it when stored. Stick to quality, not raw power.
#32
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robertoegg
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html

interestingly, the maplin extra long life are listed really expensive! If you actually apply the 10p/cell cost you can get them at in bulk (£9.99 for 100 iirc) then they also come up around home bargains and ikea at the top of the table.


How do you get the Maplin Extra Life for £9.99/100 ?

Showing as £29.99/100...?
#33
My nearest IKEA is 100 miles - HOT :)
banned#34
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html

Yeah, but these are 'professional' batteries (cells) so that means they're better.
#35
andykirby0
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Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html

That's until they leak and offer no guarantee. Also, they'll have discharged before you know it when stored. Stick to quality, not raw power.
Absolute rubbish, sorry.

Firstly all alkaline batteries pretty much discharge at the same rate, and also the Kodak alkaline batteries won't leak with 'normal usage', i.e. follow this advice and they won't leak.

This can be reduced by not attempting to recharge disposable alkaline cells, not mixing different battery types in the same device, replacing all of the batteries at the same time, storing in a dry place, and removing batteries for storage of devices.
And if they still do, then you're doing something wrong. Also don't leave alkaline batteries in hot environments, like in the car during summer.
#36
mumto17
Transformers
Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Ikea and Kodak alkaline ones are way better value.

See here...
http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-lo.html

Yeah, but these are 'professional' batteries (cells) so that means they're better.
Very funny. (_;)
#38
mariolj
Jayswa
Ordered for the wife. She seems to use up the tv remote batteries remarkably fast!

are you sure they are for remote? ;) lol


Hahaha nice one :-)
1 Like #39
Can some one recommend the best value for money rechargeable AAs? I use eneloops for flashlights and SLR but need some cheap ones for motion sensor lights around the house. Thanks. Might pick up some IKEA AAs for now thought. Thanks Transformers

Edited By: stovy on Jan 14, 2015 03:36
1 Like #40
stovy
Can some one recommend the best value for money rechargeable AAs? I use eneloops for flashlights and SLR but need some cheap ones for motion sensor lights around the house. Thanks. Might pick up some IKEA AAs for now thought. Thanks Transformers
You're welcome.

And you could look at the Amazonbasics rechargeables batteries, they look good. They are not the cheapest rechargeables mind, but cheaper than the Eneloops. :)

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