7dayshop Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA Cell Size (2500mAh) - Pack of 4 in FREE Case - £3.59 delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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#1
i buy the ni-mh rechargeables in poundland come in packs of 2
1 Like #2
FREE case? Wow.
#3
Before anyone says the 'good to go' low self discharge ones are much better, I would just like to say:

The 'good to go' low self discharge ones are much better (for only a few pence more).
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andyken
Before anyone says the 'good to go' low self discharge ones are much better, I would just like to say:

The 'good to go' low self discharge ones are much better (for only a few pence more).

+1
I used to use these when I needed high power immediately. Now I only use "Good to GO" :)
#5
andyken
Before anyone says the 'good to go' low self discharge ones are much better, I would just like to say:

The 'good to go' low self discharge ones are much better (for only a few pence more).


+ another 1 ! These look dear, when 7dayshop's LSD cells are only about £1 more.
#6
"Good to go" ones are far superior to normal rechargeables.
Amazon resllers are good to get them from.
Got 4 x AAA for £3.35 and......a free case! lol
#7
linny13
i buy the ni-mh rechargeables in poundland come in packs of 2


The ones available in poundland are only around 800 mAh :) These ones are 2500 mAh.
#8
shahid2000
linny13
i buy the ni-mh rechargeables in poundland come in packs of 2

The ones available in poundland are only around 800 mAh :) These ones are 2500 mAh.

means jack to me lol, as long as they recharge and work in my camerra i don't look at anything else bar the price. Been using the poundland ones on a cycle 4 in cam, 4 on charge for well over a year now with no problems. I guess these ones would last longer though.
#9
its all about the mAh....the higher the number the longer the batteries last for...so it should be all about this... These batteries are fantastic...I have been using them for years...have about 40 in total for temotes and the like at home, and also particularly for camera flashes which need a LOT of power.

Only downside to most if not ALL rechargable batteries is that they are generally on 1.2 volts and a lot of specialist devices like wireless keyboards and simlar...need 1.5v per battery..

Not sure if this is the best deal ever price wise from 7DS, but they are great batteries

Never tried the good to go batteries....but I always charge whern I get new batteries anyway so dont know if the extra moeny would be worth it...but please let me know if I am wrong
#10
jouster
its all about the mAh....the higher the number the longer the batteries last for...so it should be all about this... These batteries are fantastic...I have been using them for years...have about 40 in total for temotes and the like at home, and also particularly for camera flashes which need a LOT of power.

Only downside to most if not ALL rechargable batteries is that they are generally on 1.2 volts and a lot of specialist devices like wireless keyboards and simlar...need 1.5v per battery..

Not sure if this is the best deal ever price wise from 7DS, but they are great batteries

Never tried the good to go batteries....but I always charge whern I get new batteries anyway so dont know if the extra moeny would be worth it...but please let me know if I am wrong


Generally agree with your comments, Jouster. The only thing I would mention is that the LSD batteries (good-to-go, Hybrio, Eneloop, etc.) generally deliver higher voltages as well as lasting longer for their rated output. I used to own a Pentax DSLR, which would only last for around 30 shots with a set of freshly charged 'standard' NiMhs before the voltage dropped too low to power it. I actually thought the camera was faulty, but started using LSD batteries and immediately started getting well over 300 shots per charge, despite the LSDs being rated at 2100mAh vs 2650mAh for the standard NiMHs. They also last far longer in the Wii remotes. Only use LSDs now.

Edited By: andyken on Jun 18, 2011 10:08: .
#11
andyken
[quote=jouster]/quote]

Generally agree with your comments, Jouster. The only thing I would mention is that the LSD batteries (good-to-go, Hybrio, Eneloop, etc.) generally deliver higher voltages as well as lasting longer for their rated output. I used to own a Pentax DSLR, which would only last for around 30 shots with a set of freshly charged 'standard' NiMhs before the voltage dropped too low to power it. I actually thought the camera was faulty, but started using LSD batteries and immediately started getting well over 300 shots per charge, despite the LSDs being rated at 2100mAh vs 2650mAh for the standard NiMHs. They also last far longer in the Wii remotes. Only use LSDs now.

Hi andyken.

Please could you recommend any LSD batteries for my Pentax K-X DSLR?

Edited By: akastiggy on Jun 19, 2011 14:33

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