Duracell 8 pack AA batteries, £3.05 delivered, or AAA for £2.93 @ Amazon- a few different sellers (not add on) - HotUKDeals
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Next cheapest I could find was £4.99 at Argos.

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Value pack of 8 Duracell AA general purpose alkaline batteries
Duracell PlusPower now has longer life compared to previous Duracell PlusPower batteries
Up to 40% more power (in digital cameras vs. Simply Duracell AA. Results vary by device)
High energy output, reliability and long shelf life
Duracell's DURALOCK technology means these batteries are guaranteed to stay powered for up to 10 years* when not being used.
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1 Like #2
8 Kodak Xtralife from Poundland for.................................................................£1
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8 Kodak Xtralife from Poundland for.................................................................£1

Kodak isn't duracell though..
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They are the same in all but name...... http://www.batteryshowdown.com/results-hi.html
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Joanna18
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8 Kodak Xtralife from Poundland for.................................................................£1

Kodak isn't duracell though..
And? I was about to include the same info as marty-401. At less than a third of the price, it's a no brainer. Unless you're hooked on http://www.sendables.com.my/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Duracell-Bunny1.jpg
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Joanna18
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8 Kodak Xtralife from Poundland for.................................................................£1

Kodak isn't duracell though..
And? I was about to include the same info as marty-401. At less than a third of the price, it's a no brainer. Unless you're hooked on http://www.sendables.com.my/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Duracell-Bunny1.jpg

What im trying to say is that's its 2 separate brands so saying Kodak is pretty irrelevant.
1 Like #9
Yes they're two different brands, but why would you pay over three times more for one brand over the other when the performance difference is minimal?
#10
Same brand & cheaper here
#11
Need these for your amazon fire tv remote because they eat your batteries lol :)
1 Like #13
Duracell procell are great batteries and so cheap from ebay. Recommended by me.
1 Like #14
are the kodak ones in poundland not zinc, if so, they are useless compared to the Duracell or indeed any other alkaline battery!
#15
Could get 50 industrial duracell batteries for 11.99 on eBay before Christmas :).. And I did
#16
These batteries work out cheaper on ebay, am i missing something?
#18
8 batteries for over £3?:|

Sorry, it's cold OP.

People buying these don't understand the differences between batteries. The Kodak alkaline ones are way better value, if you buy these Duracells for that price you're getting ripped off basically.
#19
not bad
1 Like #20
glennbentley
are the kodak ones in poundland not zinc, if so, they are useless compared to the Duracell or indeed any other alkaline battery!
Kodak sell zinc and alkaline batteries, avoid the zinc ones. These are the ones to buy...

http://www.poundland.co.uk/kodak-aa-alkaline-batteries-6-pack
http://www.poundland.co.uk/kodak-aaa-alkaline-batteries-6-pack

HTH.
#21
You're right, if you can get the Ikea ones, they are slightly better. If you don't have a store near you, then the Kodak ones I have linked above are still very good.
1 Like #22
Kodak ones are far better value.
Use Duracell procell too and never notice any performance differences between the two.
#23
Tesco last week doing buy 1 get 1 free on 8 pack AA & AAA for £6 if you don't wanna wait,or pay the Amazon delivery fee
#24
Ikea and Kodak will be manufactured cheaper, using cheaper materials. Ideally we could do with a test exposing reliability as opposed to raw power.
#25
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glennbentley
are the kodak ones in poundland not zinc, if so, they are useless compared to the Duracell or indeed any other alkaline battery!
Kodak sell zinc and alkaline batteries, avoid the zinc ones. These are the ones to buy...

http://www.poundland.co.uk/kodak-aa-alkaline-batteries-6-pack
http://www.poundland.co.uk/kodak-aaa-alkaline-batteries-6-pack

HTH.
There's 20 Kodak xtralife batteries here for £4 is it legit? http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/221252706514?nav=SEARCH
#26
Batteries are one of those things that people seem to get passionate about, you either feel the cheap ones work well or they don't, personally after reading on here about people telling us ikea ones were great got some and didn't think they lasted as long, pound shop ones definitely wouldn't go back to, would stick with Duracell but to he honest find the Duracell Procell ones last the longest but each to their own.

Watch out for fakes if buying from ebay you wouldn't think they fake batteries but they do :(

Edited By: eslick on Jan 05, 2015 22:03
1 Like #27
eloo
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glennbentley
are the kodak ones in poundland not zinc, if so, they are useless compared to the Duracell or indeed any other alkaline battery!
Kodak sell zinc and alkaline batteries, avoid the zinc ones. These are the ones to buy...

http://www.poundland.co.uk/kodak-aa-alkaline-batteries-6-pack
http://www.poundland.co.uk/kodak-aaa-alkaline-batteries-6-pack

HTH.
There's 20 Kodak xtralife batteries here for £4 is it legit? http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/221252706514?nav=SEARCH
It's cheaper to get them from Poundland, but if you don't have one near you, then they should be fine. I can't see why they would be fakes, as they aren't exactly Energizer or Duracell. So basically, if you want to try them, they should be fine. :)
#28
eslick
Batteries are one of those things that people seem to get passionate about, you either feel the cheap ones work well or they don't, personally after reading on here about people telling us ikea ones were great got some and didn't think they lasted as long, pound shop ones definitely wouldn't go back to, would stick with Duracell but to he honest find the Duracell Procell ones last the longest but each to their own.

Watch out for fakes if buying from ebay you wouldn't think they fake batteries but they do :(
The difference from the Duracell Procells are virtually non-existent in real use, compared to the Ikea ones or the Kodak ones. The research proves this.
#29
Thanks op just needed some if these!
#30
Nice price including the delivery, for anyone with an Asda near these are 2 for £6...

http://groceries.asda.com/asda-webstore/landing/home.shtml#/product/81330719
#31
Chilly here, just paid £3.95 on eBay for 12 duracell power plus
1 Like #33
eloo
Transformers
glennbentley
are the kodak ones in poundland not zinc, if so, they are useless compared to the Duracell or indeed any other alkaline battery!
Kodak sell zinc and alkaline batteries, avoid the zinc ones. These are the ones to buy...

http://www.poundland.co.uk/kodak-aa-alkaline-batteries-6-pack
http://www.poundland.co.uk/kodak-aaa-alkaline-batteries-6-pack

HTH.
There's 20 Kodak xtralife batteries here for £4 is it legit? http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/221252706514?nav=SEARCH

Will find out if they are legit. Just ordered using the link.

http://www.batteryshowdown.com/

They have a pretty good place in the list of batteries to get, low drain and high drain, convinced me to get them anyway ;)

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