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8 x AA 1600mAh Rechargeable Batteries (HYBRIO) for £5.99 delivered @ MyMemory

£5.99 @ MyMemory
"With incredible energy retention, these Uniross batteries come pre charged and are ready to use out of the pack. Each battery holds 70% of its charge over 12 months and replaces up to 1000 ordinary B… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
"With incredible energy retention, these Uniross batteries come pre charged and are ready to use out of the pack. Each battery holds 70% of its charge over 12 months and replaces up to 1000 ordinary Batteries."

These are 1600mAh, so smaller capacity than the 2100mAh ones in the recent deal at Play - but they're also a good deal cheaper. Useful if you want to carry a spare set without having to worry about topping them up too often.

Don't forget 4% Quidco.
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#1
nice !?
#2
good but 1600mah seems low.. but ordered anyways.
#3
You'd be better off grabbing some from 7dayshop, they're about 5 GBP and 2100mAh..
#4
I thought all hybrios were 2000mah?
#5
Can i use any aa battery charger with these?
#6
radicalbyte
You'd be better off grabbing some from 7dayshop, they're about 5 GBP and 2100mAh..


7dayshop doesn't list Hybrio batteries. They have 2000mAh Eneloop, which are basically the same (tho' higher capacity), but 8 of those will set you back more than 15 quid.
#7
Sando8
Can i use any aa battery charger with these?


Yes. Recharge them like ordinary NiMH rechargeables.
#8
Decentbloke;5252085
7dayshop doesn't list Hybrio batteries. They have 2000mAh Eneloop, which are basically the same (tho' higher capacity), but 8 of those will set you back more than 15 quid.

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=106055
#9
jnm21
I thought all hybrios were 2000mah?


I've got some that say 2100mAh on them. The ones in the deal are described as 1600mAh. Maybe someone else has some??
#10
Nice price for these type of batteries.

For those who don't know, these hold their charge when not being used for over a year

- normal rechargeables lose their charge if not used within a month.
#11


Another brand. May be the same ... but may not. Either way, 8 will cost a tenner.
#12
I bought some Hybrios and after the first charge they seem no better than any of the other batteries :-(
My mouse says "26 days left" on the normal rechargeables and "28 days left on the Hybrios" alkaline batteries said "180 days left" !

Are there fakes around? (I did NOT get mine from MyMemory)
#13
OFI
I bought some Hybrios and after the first charge they seem no better than any of the other batteries :-(
My mouse says "26 days left" on the normal rechargeables and "28 days left on the Hybrios" alkaline batteries said "180 days left" !

Are there fakes around? (I did NOT get mine from MyMemory)


I don't want to get too carried away extolling the virtues of these batteries, but ... what your mouse reported was the amount of charge remaining, not how long it would stay in the batteries if left unused. The advantage claimed for these batteries is that their charge drains away more slowly than "ordinary" NiMH batteries when they're not in use. However, they do tend to have a lower advertised capacity than many modern NiMH when freshly charged. So, it's horses for courses.
#14
jnm21
I thought all hybrios were 2000mah?


No, its smart marketing by Uniross in that they now do two types - the low capacity ones in this deal or the 'proper' original ones which are 2100 mAh

They are colour coded differently - these ones are orange and green, the better ones are red/green/black
#15
got some, hopefully they should be good for the wiimote.
Cheers OP.
#16
OFI

My mouse says "26 days left" on the normal rechargeables and "28 days left on the Hybrios" alkaline batteries said "180 days left" !

Are there fakes around? (I did NOT get mine from MyMemory)


The mouse is probably expecting 1.5v per cell and not the 1.2v from rechargeables, so it is reporting that the batteries are drained with not much life left
#17
I have the 2100 mAh version of these and they're fantastic. I guess these would still be pretty good for lower drain devices.
#18
OFI
I bought some Hybrios and after the first charge they seem no better than any of the other batteries :-(
My mouse says "26 days left" on the normal rechargeables and "28 days left on the Hybrios" alkaline batteries said "180 days left" !

Are there fakes around? (I did NOT get mine from MyMemory)


You will experience the difference if you go away on holiday and not use the mouse for acouple of weeks. NiMH will lose their charge slightly more than these if unused.

I think these sorts of batteries are ideal in a radio, camera or torches etc where they may be left for a while between periods of use. (Think wiimotes unless you are addicted :whistling: )
If the item is in regular use then you may as well use standard rechargeables
#19
Bookmark post for later :)
#20
up to £6.99 now?
#21
still good at £6
#22
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#23
Thanks, heat added.
#24
7 now, expensive.
#25
Price has now gone up from £5.99 to £6.99. I guess it was just too good a deal ;-)

Still pretty good though, IMO :thumbsup:
#26
I'm after a load of AAA battery's for various remotes - are the AAA versions recommended?

They are only 1000mah is that OK?
#27
da_murphster
I'm after a load of AAA battery's for various remotes - are the AAA versions recommended?

They are only 1000mah is that OK?


1000mah is good for a AAA battery mate. Most are around 850mah
#28
I received my batteries at the weekend and put them on charge and they appear to be flat, so I guess they must be old stock that has been sitting around for a while seeing as though they are meant to be delivered charged.

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