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8 sony ultra heavy duty batteries +4 free - £1.00 @ Poundland !!!

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sony ultra heavy duty double A and triple A batteries in poundland. there is 12 all together and yes they are real.
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sony ultra heavy duty double A and triple A batteries in poundland. there is 12 all together and yes they are real.
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#1
depends if they are alkaline. if they are alkaline, then especially aaa's are a good deal. Can you confirm which typr they are?
#2
These will be Carbon Zinc batteries, witch are fine in low drain things, like TV remote controls, clocks etc.. but I wouldn't use them in high drain things like digital cameras, as they won't last long!

the self life of Carbon Zinc batteries is typically about a year and a half to two years.

Still, £1 for 12 of them is a good deal!
#3
worst batteries I have ever had left some in a wii remomte for no more than a few months and leaked
#4
Absolutely fine for low-drain equipment. I've used these in my Sony radio for a couple of years with no problems. Get about 2 months life for around 2 hours listening per day.

No use at all for stuff like cameras.
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Need to make my way through the snow then and check out myself. I don't worry about lasting too much but only the alkaline are leak proof.
#6
i have bought these from poundland before and they really are not heavy duty, even in totys they only last a couple of days in some stuff, and yes as soon as they are dead take them out coz they leak very quickly, sometimes even before they die.
#7
pet2000;7473167
Need to make my way through the snow then and check out myself. I don't worry about lasting too much but only the alkaline are leak proof.


You are going to trek out in the snow for THIS?????

Wow, that's dedication!
#8
I always find it odd that Zinc Chloride batteries are described as 'Super heavy duty' when in fact they are around 8 times worse than alkaline batteries.
#9
Why does my local poundland never have these good deals? :(
#10
Golaboots888
I always find it odd that Zinc Chloride batteries are described as 'Super heavy duty' when in fact they are around 8 times worse than alkaline batteries.


marketing i guess, i bought a similar pack of "super heavy duty" batteries for a digital camera and they made the screen go all fuzzy and then it turned of while the flash was going off to take a picture and destroyed all the pics on the card

Never EVER use these types of batteries in anything that actually requires powerful batteries, or else expect them to leak!
#11
surprise surprise, no rechargeable battery fans on here yet! :whistling:
#12
A bit surprised that Sony makes this crap. Poundland also does the Kodak ones which are even worse.
#13
I bought some sony batterys from poundland along with a push light however the pushlight didnt seem very bright and I thought it was the light that was faulty however when i checked the batteries in the light they kept springing out of the light when I remioved the back of it so I used another set of batteries which sat in the light no problem and the pushlight never caused me any more problems.Im under the impression that the batteries were slightly larger than they should have been thats what caused them to spring out of the pushlight so I avoid batteries from poundland whenever I need them.
#14
mikeswrx02;7477817
surprise surprise, no rechargeable battery fans on here yet! :whistling:


These are so crap, they are not worth the ENERGY expended in making the comparison, that's all.
#15
None of the battery brands at Poundland are worth more than the cost, tried them all all very poor.
#16
I have to agree too. I bought a big pack of these last year from Poundland because of the Sony brand and they're not good. Some of them were already discharged.

In my experience, it's best to avoid all battery brands from Poundland (inc. Panasonic, Hyundai etc.).
#17
it has been in stores for almost 6 months
#18
this deal should be voted colder than Aberdeen , Alakaline batteries are the ones to get. Poundland normally do 6 alakalines for a pound which is ok. The capacity of AA alakaline is about 2000-30000 mah whereas for zinc chloride it is about 1000-1500 mah. (millie amps per hour) i.e. an alakaline AA battery could in theory give out 2 amps for about an hour before going flat
#19
Anytime i`m buying batteries in Pounland i speak to myself - no more, never again! No matter if its Kodak, Sony or any other brand, they are rubbish (for example just a couple hours in Xbox 360 controller and they are dead...).

I think Poundland gets rejected lines of manufacturers, its better way to buy in shop, even paying more.
#20
pet2000
depends if they are alkaline.

No, they are not. "Ultra heavy duty" means the batteries are so bad, they need to be sold with a fancy name. Cold therefore.

maish
I think Poundland gets rejected lines of manufacturers, its better way to buy in shop, even paying more.

No, actually Poundland orders batteries with lower specifications. That's why you get C batteries that last no longer than an AA for example, because it is just an AA in a bigger case.
#21
kenan557
A bit surprised that Sony makes this crap. Poundland also does the Kodak ones which are even worse.


I'll be surprised if Sony make them. I'm sure a company just licenses the name (same with Kodak presumably).
#22
To add some clarification:

- To confirm, yes these are basically rubbish! Produced in huge volumes in factories in Poland and China.
- However, dont dismiss Poundland for batteries full stop, as contrary to what many on here have claimed;
....- Poundland do sell Duracells (2x AA and 2x AAA)
....- Poundland sell Alkaline batteries with good performance and durability.

The Kodak Supralife (6 for £1) are very good and Alkaline based. My girlfriend uses them in her "tools" frequently....and no complaints ever regarding performance....HaHa! :w00t:
#23
In two years I've not seen any Duracell in my Poundland and the Kodak Supralife are worse than the Hitachi IME.
#24
Brewer
The Kodak Supralife (6 for £1) are very good and Alkaline based. My girlfriend uses them in her "tools" frequently....and no complaints ever regarding performance....HaHa! :w00t:


:thumbsup: Only complaints about your performance if she needs them then:-D
#25
Sparks001;7507345
:thumbsup: Only complaints about your performance if she needs them then:-D

I was waiting for someone to mention that! :w00t:

Lets just say I go away a lot! :whistling::-D

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