Camlink DELTA27 battery charger and batteries (4x AA 2700mah) £4.99 @ Home Bargains - HotUKDeals
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You get 4x AA sized rechargeable batteries at 2700 mah each and a mains charger.

Absolute bargain in my opinion.

Ideal for those power hungry devices that take AA sized batteries.

These are £16.86 on amazon.co.uk
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#1
Cracking deal!

I use these batteries in my Canon flashgun and they are awesome.......
banned#2
HunterGatherer
Cracking deal!

I use these batteries in my Canon flashgun and they are awesome.......


i picked these up yesterday and put them back as they had a 16.5 hour charging time.:whistling:
#3
Roccostan
i picked these up yesterday and put them back as they had a 16.5 hour charging time.:whistling:


So charge them in another charger, its the charger that is slow not the batteries. Besides, a long slow charge is better for the life span of the battery.:thumbsup:
#4
Wish We had a home bargains Down South nearest one to us is 50 miles away
in bloody Milton keynes
#5
pedroman
So charge them in another charger, its the charger that is slow not the batteries. Besides, a long slow charge is better for the life span of the battery.:thumbsup:


If it'a just the batteries they want I'd pay a bit more and get some GP batteries. Here's 6 for £7.79 (4 plus 2 free)

http://www.amazon.co.uk/GP-2700-Rechargeable-Batteries-Pack/dp/B000MQLJA2/ref=pd_cp_ce_0
#6
Didn't have these in the Doncaster store the other day, they did have a bigger charger with 4xAA batteries (don't know capacity) and 4xC and 4xD adapters for them for I think £5.99 though
#7
Charger is so slow as to be annoying!

Forget about standard rechargeables though..... unless you will be charging & using them up in a day or so - and most people don't!. Use Low Self Discharge ones, nominally lower capacity, but in practice better all round, also as convenient as disposables, especially so as they hold their charge much better. My camera is always ready to use with them, while with standard ones, I needed to keep disposables handy, or wait while I charged some!

Best current deal in this offer, less than £1 per cell from 7dayshop:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/544820/rechargeable-aa-2100mah-good-to-go-?t=544820

They, and other places also do a range of chargers that will make using them easier, although you might need to spend a little bit more, but in the slightly longer term save a lot.
#8
nihcaj
Charger is so slow as to be annoying!

Forget about standard rechargeables though..... unless you will be charging & using them up in a day or so - and most people don't!. Use Low Self Discharge ones, nominally lower capacity, but in practice better all round, also as convenient as disposables, especially so as they hold their charge much better. My camera is always ready to use with them, while with standard ones, I needed to keep disposables handy, or wait while I charged some!

Best current deal in this offer, less than £1 per cell from 7dayshop:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/544820/rechargeable-aa-2100mah-good-to-go-?t=544820

They, and other places also do a range of chargers that will make using them easier, although you might need to spend a little bit more, but in the slightly longer term save a lot.


I had lots of problems with rechargeables until I found GP. They hold their charge, last ages and haven't let me down yet. At £1.30 a battery I'd pay that bit extra.
#9
i noticed these other day & thought a good deal. they also had another charger think it was 7.99. its one where i think each batery is charged separtly on its on circuit.

would the mentioned charger on this post be OK for charging eneloop batteries? or are they better being charged on a the dearer one...??
#10
hotyoda;7521012
I had lots of problems with rechargeables until I found GP. They hold their charge, last ages and haven't let me down yet. At £1.30 a battery I'd pay that bit extra.


Yes, GP Recycko. Those are just standard NiMH, nothing like the Low Self Discharge type.
banned#11
Why is there no Home Bargains stores down here? :-(
#12
Excellent batteries these. The charger is basic but it does charge much quicker than 16.5 hours IME for 4xAA.

They shop also had a smaller AAA version and a much larger NICAD version with 12 or so batteries I think.

Also take a look @ the very nice £4.99inc [url]www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B002VWOM0Y/[/url] Full info: http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?ctn=SCB3021%2F12&highlight=Link_LastUpds&mid=Link_LastUpds&mode=last_updates&scy=FR&slg=ENG
#13
McLean10
Why is there no Home Bargains stores down here? :-(


Because you're too rich down south and it's only grim up north.

Life is so much simpler if you only think in huge sweeping generalities.
#14
already posted :thumbsup:
#15
nihcaj
Charger is so slow as to be annoying!

Forget about standard rechargeables though..... unless you will be charging & using them up in a day or so - and most people don't!. Use Low Self Discharge ones, nominally lower capacity, but in practice better all round, also as convenient as disposables, especially so as they hold their charge much better. My camera is always ready to use with them, while with standard ones, I needed to keep disposables handy, or wait while I charged some!

Best current deal in this offer, less than £1 per cell from 7dayshop:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/544820/rechargeable-aa-2100mah-good-to-go-?t=544820

They, and other places also do a range of chargers that will make using them easier, although you might need to spend a little bit more, but in the slightly longer term save a lot.


7 day shop still have plenty of their own labelled 'good to go' (low discharge) re-chargeables at less than a pound per battery. they also sell a fast charger for £8.49 delivered.

Good for those of us who don't have a Home Baragins store within a day's march!

Mottmania
#16
Mottmania;7525966
7 day shop still have plenty of their own labelled 'good to go' (low discharge) re-chargeables at less than a pound per battery. they also sell a fast charger for £8.49 delivered.

Good for those of us who don't have a Home Baragins store within a day's march!

Mottmania


.........and equally good for those who do.
#17
Still hot.
Strange how this doesn't advertise the fact that they are Low Self Discharge 'Ready-To-Go' Batteries whilst on the two batteries charger pack they do.
Four Hybrio, Eneloop style batteries at this price is excellent.
#18
tightasagnatschu;7528685
Still hot.
Strange how this doesn't advertise the fact that they are Low Self Discharge 'Ready-To-Go' Batteries whilst on the two batteries charger pack they do.
Four Hybrio, Eneloop style batteries at this price is excellent.


If they are 2700mah then they are NOT Low Self Discharge batteries.

As yet, you can't have it both ways!
#19
nihcaj
If they are 2700mah then they are NOT Low Self Discharge batteries.

As yet, you can't have it both ways!


I'm no expert on this low self discharge stuff but my GP 2700 batteries are still fully charged (as measured with my battery tester) at least a month after charging which seems fine to me.
#20
hotyoda;7530266
I'm no expert on this low self discharge stuff but my GP 2700 batteries are still fully charged (as measured with my battery tester) at least a month after charging which seems fine to me.


Come back to them in a few more months.

Then try it when they are a bit older and more used
#21
nihcaj
Come back to them in a few more months.

Then try it when they are a bit older and more used


Horses for courses I suppose.
#22
nihcaj
If they are 2700mah then they are NOT Low Self Discharge batteries.

As yet, you can't have it both ways!


Genuinely sorry, didn't mean to spout false information - just not clued up enough on Low Self Discharge technology. I'll bow to your greater knowledge :oops:

These batteries are useable straight from the packet without a charge and the other two pack charger contains Ready To Go Low self discharge 2100mAh batteries so I wrongly assumed.
I'll bag me some of the two packs when I'm next in. Thanks.
#23
In the end I bought 5 packs of the 7 day shop branded AA low discharge batteries, 2 of the 2.99 Panasonic rechargers for my daughters and a new universal charger at £7.99.

Just need to pick up some good C and D cell recharagebales now.

Mottmania
#24
Mottmania;7540029
Just need to pick up some good C and D cell recharagebales now.

Mottmania


Depends what you want them for, but if no stringent requirements, then adapters are a possibility.
C & D cells are a a lot more expensive for higher capacities :-(
#25
nihcaj
Depends what you want them for, but if no stringent requirements, then adapters are a possibility.
C & D cells are a a lot more expensive for higher capacities :-(


They'll just be for my and my daughters portable DAB radios. May try and pick up some of the Aldi rechrageables and give them a try.

Mottmania

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