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Beat me if you can
I just bought 3 set of those...
£3.50 RRP: £11.99 You Save: £8.49 (71%)

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* Highest capacity AAA batteries
* Rechargeable 1000 times
* 1p per use over battery life
* Up to 10 hours of music in an mp3 player
* Lasts up to seven times longer than premium alkaline batteries in a digital camera
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#1
Can't beat it, and will add, I ordered two sets on late Monday night they arrived Wednesday morning
#2
do they hold a charge like hybrio / eneloop, etc?
#3
Cheers have ordered.
#4
Great price, would have had some if they had been LSD. Got lots of normal nimh.
#5
rheumatoid
do they hold a charge like hybrio / eneloop, etc?


Hybrio ones are available from the same seller for £3.40 a pack
#6
Great deal,pity not the same for AA.
#7
Which is best for a portable phone - these or the hybrio
#8
mhopley
rheumatoid
do they hold a charge like hybrio / eneloop, etc?


Hybrio ones are available from the same seller for £3.40 a pack


cheers, just paid 3.35. Better deal than this probably!
#9
gavjbrown
Great price, would have had some if they had been LSD. Got lots of normal nimh.
What all that means?
#10
shell820810
Which is best for a portable phone - these or the hybrio


Those are same to the Hybrio... Same technology but mor mAh ;-)
#11
toughnumber
Great deal,pity not the same for AA.

True! but surely when this deal expires they will do some promotion for AA too.
#12
Good price for four batteries...
#13
Looks a great price heat added.
#14
hi question pls! are these the same type of batteries like eneloop? which are better?
[helper]#15
digitaly
shell820810
Which is best for a portable phone - these or the hybrio
Those are same to the Hybrio... Same technology but mor mAh ;-)
Usually the Uniross hybrio batteries advertise the fact they are "ready to use" so I can't see anything that indicates they are hybrio. Hybrio batteries are far better as (unused) they can retain their charge for a year (which means you can charge a set and still use them 6 months later). Normal rechargeables last about a month.
#16
These are definately not Hybrios although the label is performance (meaning it is suitable for more power hungry products) .

http://www.uniross.com/eu/index.php?cPath=20
#17
£3.80 now
#18
very good price i will vote it hot:)
#19
always at this price (or whenever ive checked)
#20
anyone can help me? Are these equally as good(same) or better than the eneloops? As i have a monster beats and was recommended getting eneloop to run them.
#21
savior1
anyone can help me? Are these equally as good(same) or better than the eneloops? As i have a monster beats and was recommended getting eneloop to run them.


No, for those very few people who need the extra power over a short period, this type is fine, but most people will find Eneloop/Hybrio etc. far better as they are just like having disposables, they keep their charge and will be ready to use in some time ahead.
#22
thanxs, ordered :)
#23
Good price but decided to pay a bit extra and go for 4xEneloops and charger for £7.79 as I'm only gonna be using them with my xbox and so might as well get the best
#24
btw - just a random question. Can u use any charger to charge eneloop/hybrio batteries or do they have to be a certain kind of charger ( if there is sucha case)

cheers :)
#25
savior1
btw - just a random question. Can u use any charger to charge eneloop/hybrio batteries or do they have to be a certain kind of charger ( if there is sucha case)

cheers :)
Was wondering that earlier so done a bit of homework and it turns out that yes,any(Ni-Mh)charger should work but check the output as the lower the output the longer it will take to charge.eg my old one charges 2xAA at 300mA which basically takes ages but the new one I ordered has a much higher output and so will charge much quicker.I think that is how it works!
#26
savior1
btw - just a random question. Can u use any charger to charge eneloop/hybrio batteries or do they have to be a certain kind of charger ( if there is sucha case)

cheers :)

Yes as long it charge Ni-Mh

For the others. Hybrio are better for low drain items (remote controls, LED lights etcc)... those are better for toys or other devices where usual alkaline batteries don't last that long. Hybrio are also aval for 3.35 on amazon... laters
#27
But also remember fast chargers hit battery life!!! so if you not in a rush it's better to use slow chargers and you get pretty much 1000 cycles (this was tested by my self using another brand). Also don't forget that NI-MH battery don't suffer from memory effect like Ni-CD battery but it's raccomand to fully discharge them every 15 cycles.
#28
Excellent if you have one of those logitech harmony remotes.
#29
Wow look at this http://www.amazon.co.uk/Uniross-Battery-Pocket-4AAA-Batteries/dp/B003INT1XS/ref=sr_1_37?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1296781705&sr=1-37 I would hope they would work in a non 'POM' charger, even though we are poms to the Australians ;)
#30
thanks op ordered me some
#31
Anyone know whether these 7dayshop own brands are any good? £4.79 for 4 AA
#32
Argos
got them for 19p more if anyone needs them today (_;)
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#34
I was using the 7dayshop batteries.Just bought some 1800mAH AAAs from ebay, got 30 for £11.51 delivered. Only just started using them so can't vouch for the capacity. I am waiting on some 9000mAH C cells from the same vendor.
#35
why is this expired? Still available for £3.80...
#36
digitaly
For the others. Hybrio are better for low drain items (remote controls, LED lights etcc)... those are better for toys or other devices where usual alkaline batteries don't last that long. Hybrio are also aval for 3.35 on amazon... laters


You clearly have never used them.
Typical of the misinformation that gets spouted on this site :-(

Edited By: nihcaj on Feb 04, 2011 11:14: removing quoted content
#37
digitaly
But also remember fast chargers hit battery life!!! so if you not in a rush it's better to use slow chargers and you get pretty much 1000 cycles (this was tested by my self using another brand). Also don't forget that NI-MH battery don't suffer from memory effect like Ni-CD battery but it's raccomand to fully discharge them every 15 cycles.


More rubbish!
You really do make it all up as you go along don't you!? :-(
1 Like #38
1ForDaKidsRoom
Anyone know whether these 7dayshop own brands are any good? £4.79 for 4 AA


Yes, and in the past they have featured a lot on this site - I have a good many of these and I like them a lot - they have gone up in price from as low as £3.99 or 4 or £3.69 each pack if buying 2 packs, up to this current price, although at the moment that price might STILL be the cheapest around! :-(
#39
nihcaj
1ForDaKidsRoom
Anyone know whether these 7dayshop own brands are any good? £4.79 for 4 AA


Yes, and in the past they have featured a lot on this site - I have a good many of these and I like them a lot - they have gone up in price from as low as £3.99 or 4 or £3.69 each pack if buying 2 packs, up to this current price, although at the moment that price might STILL be the cheapest around! :-(


But the link I posted has 4 AAs and 4 AAAs for £6.49 ...
#40
Why don't u give some input rather than bashing others then?

nihcaj
digitaly
But also remember fast chargers hit battery life!!! so if you not in a rush it's better to use slow chargers and you get pretty much 1000 cycles (this was tested by my self using another brand). Also don't forget that NI-MH battery don't suffer from memory effect like Ni-CD battery but it's raccomand to fully discharge them every 15 cycles.


More rubbish!
You really do make it all up as you go along don't you!? :-(

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