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Duracell Plus AA or AAA Batteries 4 pack buy one get 2 free for £2.89 at Netto from 16/12 works out 96p per pack!

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Buy one AA or AAA duracell plus batteries at netto from Thursday till Sunday 19/12 only and receive 2 packs free. Works out at only 96p per pack! Ideal for all those xmas pressies requiring a sta… Read More
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Buy one AA or AAA duracell plus batteries at netto from Thursday till Sunday 19/12 only and receive 2 packs free. Works out at only 96p per pack!

Ideal for all those xmas pressies requiring a stack of batteries each!

Exludes value or extra free packs...just the 4 packs.

6 Packs per customer....nothing to stop you going in again though and getting more !
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#1
landfill fodder but they still have their place especially at this price - heat added
2 Likes #3
sometimes dont know whether those bulk posts are a good idea or not.
certainly saves threads but if i was looking for batteries there is no way id click a random netto deal thread so would have missed
on the otherhand if i need batteries id click a batteries thread
#4
brilly
nicster08
already posted[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/netto-buy-1-get-2-free-offers-from-/826292
sometimes dont know whether those bulk posts are a good idea or not.certainly saves threads but if i was looking for batteries there is no way id click a random netto deal thread so would have missedon the otherhand if i need batteries id click a batteries thread

thank you....thats exactly what I thought. I couldnt find them on a search but only when nicester08 pointed the netto bulk post that I spotted them. So i wouldnt of come across them either. (_;)
#5
brilly
landfill fodder but they still have their place especially at this price - heat added


Disagree, not bought any disposables for some considerable time now, with a small at-hand stock of Low self discharge I just don't need to, so even at this price one charge-up of a rechargeable and using 1/1000th of it's life is a fraction of this price, and as they are always at hand, potentially for years, I don't have to even remember to buy them, or carry them home.
#6
nihcaj
brilly
landfill fodder but they still have their place especially at this price - heat added
Disagree, not bought any disposables for some considerable time now, with a small at-hand stock of Low self discharge I just don't need to, so even at this price one charge-up of a rechargeable and using 1/1000th of it's life is a fraction of this price, and as they are always at hand, potentially for years, I don't have to even remember to buy them, or carry them home.
as remotes may last years on landfill batteries i think you'll be hard pressed to get value out of rechargables any time soon.
obviously i understand your point but for low drain is virtually irrelevant from a cost perspective and i dont even have to remember to charge these or other irrelevant arguments.
#7
Gonna get in bright and early for some....thanks....go through them for fun with kids toys..especially with christmas coming. Thanks
#8
not 96p as you cant buy 1 pack!
#9
golfie
not 96p as you cant buy 1 pack!


the op wasn't saying you could buy one pack for 96p
#10
"brilly
sometimes dont know whether those bulk posts are a good idea or not.
certainly saves threads but if i was looking for batteries there is no way id click a random netto deal thread so would have missed
on the otherhand if i need batteries id click a batteries thread"

I agree multi/bulk posts can hide lots of nice little bargains that dont come up when your searching for a perticular item, i had not noticed these on the Netto thread so it's this post thats alerted me to this Hot deal so a hot vote from me.
#11
24p per AA is a good price.

ASDA do a deal for the 24 packs (Duracell Plus) just now for 29p per battery. Just bought a load yesterday.
Don't be fooled by the deal that they're promoting all over the shop for 2 packs of 8 for £5 (31.25p per battery).

CJ
#12
Got a Nikon speed flash for our D80, tried every make of rechargeable... they do not cycle fast enough, holding the flash down I only get two flashed then a pause, with these or energisers its consistent.


brilly
nihcaj
brilly
landfill fodder but they still have their place especially at this price - heat added
Disagree, not bought any disposables for some considerable time now, with a small at-hand stock of Low self discharge I just don't need to, so even at this price one charge-up of a rechargeable and using 1/1000th of it's life is a fraction of this price, and as they are always at hand, potentially for years, I don't have to even remember to buy them, or carry them home.
as remotes may last years on landfill batteries i think you'll be hard pressed to get value out of rechargables any time soon.
obviously i understand your point but for low drain is virtually irrelevant from a cost perspective and i dont even have to remember to charge these or other irrelevant arguments.
#13
Poundland have a pack of 12 for £1 at the moment - not duracell though, they some make i never heard off but not bad still.
#14
blinding deal!
#15
Great deal,Will have to go early fo this !! Thanks fo posting !!!!
#16
Nice deal
#17
BustyB293
Got a Nikon speed flash for our D80, tried every make of rechargeable... they do not cycle fast enough, holding the flash down I only get two flashed then a pause, with these or energisers its consistent.


brilly
nihcaj
brilly
landfill fodder but they still have their place especially at this price - heat added
Disagree, not bought any disposables for some considerable time now, with a small at-hand stock of Low self discharge I just don't need to, so even at this price one charge-up of a rechargeable and using 1/1000th of it's life is a fraction of this price, and as they are always at hand, potentially for years, I don't have to even remember to buy them, or carry them home.

as remotes may last years on landfill batteries i think you'll be hard pressed to get value out of rechargables any time soon.
obviously i understand your point but for low drain is virtually irrelevant from a cost perspective and i dont even have to remember to charge these or other irrelevant arguments.


Probably save a National Debt of a small country using Lithium rechargeables for something so dependant on power, otherwise it's going to cost a fortune to run! They are expensive enough, but compared to running disposables,it's a bargain!
#18
brilly
nicster08
already posted[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/netto-buy-1-get-2-free-offers-from-/826292

sometimes dont know whether those bulk posts are a good idea or not.
certainly saves threads but if i was looking for batteries there is no way id click a random netto deal thread so would have missed
on the otherhand if i need batteries id click a batteries thread


Yes I agree...
#19
nihcaj
brilly
landfill fodder but they still have their place especially at this price - heat added


Disagree, not bought any disposables for some considerable time now, with a small at-hand stock of Low self discharge I just don't need to, so even at this price one charge-up of a rechargeable and using 1/1000th of it's life is a fraction of this price, and as they are always at hand, potentially for years, I don't have to even remember to buy them, or carry them home.


I use rechargeable batteries where possible but they sometimes lack the voltage needed and a lot of things specify 'do not use rechargeable batteries', probably because of the low internal resistance, so people still need normal alkalines. Good deal
#20
deangreen4
nihcaj
brilly
landfill fodder but they still have their place especially at this price - heat added


Disagree, not bought any disposables for some considerable time now, with a small at-hand stock of Low self discharge I just don't need to, so even at this price one charge-up of a rechargeable and using 1/1000th of it's life is a fraction of this price, and as they are always at hand, potentially for years, I don't have to even remember to buy them, or carry them home.


I use rechargeable batteries where possible but they sometimes lack the voltage needed and a lot of things specify 'do not use rechargeable batteries', probably because of the low internal resistance, so people still need normal alkalines. Good deal


I agree that this is a good deal.

While I am a long term convert to using rechargeable batteries wherever possible, sometimes they are fractionally too large to actually in the device.
2 Likes #21
Arguing on the internet about non-rechargeable batteries wastes energy and is bad for the environment.

Hot.
#22
deangreen4
I use rechargeable batteries where possible but they sometimes lack the voltage needed and a lot of things specify 'do not use rechargeable batteries', probably because of the low internal resistance, so people still need normal alkalines. Good deal


With the Low Self Discharge ones, (Hybrio, Eneloop etc) they often DO work fine, they behave so much more like disposables, certainly all the gear I had problems with previously with standard ones now work fine with them.
#23
Seems cheap, but i dont need to save money, I earn 145k a year, drive a 6 series beamer, have the life of riley.
5 bed house, designer clothes, the works
Im popular, nice looking and charming

Wife is good looker too


I would rather get them at waitrose with the rest of the shopping, Would rather carry a waitrose bag than a netto one
#24
PlasticMan
deangreen4
nihcaj
brilly
landfill fodder but they still have their place especially at this price - heat added


Disagree, not bought any disposables for some considerable time now, with a small at-hand stock of Low self discharge I just don't need to, so even at this price one charge-up of a rechargeable and using 1/1000th of it's life is a fraction of this price, and as they are always at hand, potentially for years, I don't have to even remember to buy them, or carry them home.


I use rechargeable batteries where possible but they sometimes lack the voltage needed and a lot of things specify 'do not use rechargeable batteries', probably because of the low internal resistance, so people still need normal alkalines. Good deal


I agree that this is a good deal.

While I am a long term convert to using rechargeable batteries wherever possible, sometimes they are fractionally too large to actually in the device.


we save batteries in a pot in the kitchen, once a year or so we take them to the supermarket, where there is a recycling basket. they then go to france, are melted down and recycled. they do not have to go to land fill.
#25
dreggswaterfloss
Seems cheap, but i dont need to save money, I earn 145k a year, drive a 6 series beamer, have the life of riley.
5 bed house, designer clothes, the works
Im popular, nice looking and charming

Wife is good looker too


I would rather get them at waitrose with the rest of the shopping, Would rather carry a waitrose bag than a netto one


Ahh, what a shame....I was impressed until you said you had a wife. The trade-in for a new model in a few years will cost you. LOL
BTW on a serious note don't ASDA own Netto UK now?
#26
marty-401
dreggswaterfloss
Seems cheap, but i dont need to save money, I earn 145k a year, drive a 6 series beamer, have the life of riley.
5 bed house, designer clothes, the works
Im popular, nice looking and charming

Wife is good looker too


I would rather get them at waitrose with the rest of the shopping, Would rather carry a waitrose bag than a netto one


Ahh, what a shame....I was impressed until you said you had a wife. The trade-in for a new model in a few years will cost you. LOL
BTW on a serious note don't ASDA own Netto UK now?

6 series beamer? eeeeew!!!! what a shame mate. u must be gutted? having to leave it on the drive when it snows? bless
#27
gouldbourn
we save batteries in a pot in the kitchen, once a year or so we take them to the supermarket, where there is a recycling basket. they then go to france, are melted down and recycled. they do not have to go to land fill.


So what, you are still paying a fortune over the odds for batteries, apart from the energy and resources issue to the planet, (sending them off to France makes that worse!) which is not my motivation, it's simple COST!

Edited By: nihcaj on Dec 15, 2010 09:58
#28
dreggswaterfloss
Seems cheap, but i dont need to save money, I earn 145k a year, drive a 6 series beamer, have the life of riley.
5 bed house, designer clothes, the works
Im popular, nice looking and charming

Wife is good looker too


I would rather get them at waitrose with the rest of the shopping, Would rather carry a waitrose bag than a netto one


What are you wasting your time on here for then?

If that's the case, it's TRULY odd!....But of course it's not the case, it's simply Trolling!
#29
nihcaj
deangreen4
I use rechargeable batteries where possible but they sometimes lack the voltage needed and a lot of things specify 'do not use rechargeable batteries', probably because of the low internal resistance, so people still need normal alkalines. Good deal


With the Low Self Discharge ones, (Hybrio, Eneloop etc) they often DO work fine, they behave so much more like disposables, certainly all the gear I had problems with previously with standard ones now work fine with them.


They are still useles for high power items like Camera flash etc - I'd need to carry dozens...
#30
nihcaj
brilly
landfill fodder but they still have their place especially at this price - heat added
Disagree, not bought any disposables for some considerable time now, with a small at-hand stock of Low self discharge I just don't need to, so even at this price one charge-up of a rechargeable and using 1/1000th of it's life is a fraction of this price, and as they are always at hand, potentially for years, I don't have to even remember to buy them, or carry them home.

yea but you got to remember to charge them!!!!!!
#31
dreggswaterfloss
Seems cheap, but i dont need to save money, I earn 145k a year, drive a 6 series beamer, have the life of riley.5 bed house, designer clothes, the worksIm popular, nice looking and charmingWife is good looker tooI would rather get them at waitrose with the rest of the shopping, Would rather carry a waitrose bag than a netto one

maybe the wife can use them on the rabbit lol

Edited By: Rupz on Dec 15, 2010 10:30
#32
jgtuk
They are still useles for high power items like Camera flash etc - I'd need to carry dozens...


Don't know what it is you are using that needs Battersea Power station to run it, but cameras are exactly where they work great!
So you'd need to carry dozens of disposables then too.

Rechargeables with a reasonable speed charger means you only need to carry as many as you would need that day. Exactly the type of situation where rechargeables are an even BIGGER
advantage of cost and convenience.

Many make out cases like this, and simply haven't tried the options, Photography use of Lithium rechargeables seems the answer to running very specific gear, but even then the extra expense isn't often needed. After all, it was the needs of photographers that spurred on the use of rechargeables in the first place!
#33
Rupz
yea but you got to remember to charge them!!!!!!


That's why the LSD type are the answer, you change the battery, and put it in the charger and when it's done, you just forget it, as even if you don't use it for some time, it will still be charged, the original type rechargeables had often gone partially flat in that time, so you need to wait for it to charge before being able to use it, which of course IS inconvenient.

Besides, you still have to remember to BUY disposables, so that's not much of an argument anyway.

This site's about saving money, you won't save money if you don't read it so you could use that sort of argument for anything.
#34
My local poundland (Brierley Hill) has these for £1 a pack.
#35
nihcaj
jgtuk
They are still useles for high power items like Camera flash etc - I'd need to carry dozens...


Don't know what it is you are using that needs Battersea Power station to run it, but cameras are exactly where they work great!
So you'd need to carry dozens of disposables then too.

Rechargeables with a reasonable speed charger means you only need to carry as many as you would need that day. Exactly the type of situation where rechargeables are an even BIGGER
advantage of cost and convenience.

Many make out cases like this, and simply haven't tried the options, Photography use of Lithium rechargeables seems the answer to running very specific gear, but even then the extra expense isn't often needed. After all, it was the needs of photographers that spurred on the use of rechargeables in the first place!



FLASH not camera...
#36
dreggswaterfloss
Seems cheap, but i dont need to save money, I earn 145k a year, drive a 6 series beamer, have the life of riley.
5 bed house, designer clothes, the works
Im popular, nice looking and charming

Wife is good looker too


I would rather get them at waitrose with the rest of the shopping, Would rather carry a waitrose bag than a netto one


Same here, but I get my Butler to collect them.
#37
Got mine today....limited to 6 per customer !! I went paid on 2 seperate cards said one was for my mum and then a nice women in the queue gave her a tenner and she paid for some more for me !! haaa !!
#38
nihcaj
gouldbourn
we save batteries in a pot in the kitchen, once a year or so we take them to the supermarket, where there is a recycling basket. they then go to france, are melted down and recycled. they do not have to go to land fill.


So what, you are still paying a fortune over the odds for batteries, apart from the energy and resources issue to the planet, (sending them off to France makes that worse!) which is not my motivation, it's simple COST!


Since you are aware that rechargeable batteries are not practical for things like television remotes. That at this price the remote is incredibly cheap to power over a year, and that transporting rare earth materials, within batteries using vehicles like, boats and lorries isn't a big co2 expenditure, relative to people flying and driving willy nilly, I have no idea why you replied with that message.
#39
gouldbourn
nihcaj
gouldbourn
we save batteries in a pot in the kitchen, once a year or so we take them to the supermarket, where there is a recycling basket. they then go to france, are melted down and recycled. they do not have to go to land fill.


So what, you are still paying a fortune over the odds for batteries, apart from the energy and resources issue to the planet, (sending them off to France makes that worse!) which is not my motivation, it's simple COST!


Since you are aware that rechargeable batteries are not practical for things like television remotes. That at this price the remote is incredibly cheap to power over a year, and that transporting rare earth materials, within batteries using vehicles like, boats and lorries isn't a big co2 expenditure, relative to people flying and driving willy nilly, I have no idea why you replied with that message.


What are you on about?
Rechargeable LSD batteries are PERFECT for TV remote controls!
#40
nihcaj
gouldbourn
nihcaj
gouldbourn
we save batteries in a pot in the kitchen, once a year or so we take them to the supermarket, where there is a recycling basket. they then go to france, are melted down and recycled. they do not have to go to land fill.


So what, you are still paying a fortune over the odds for batteries, apart from the energy and resources issue to the planet, (sending them off to France makes that worse!) which is not my motivation, it's simple COST!


Since you are aware that rechargeable batteries are not practical for things like television remotes. That at this price the remote is incredibly cheap to power over a year, and that transporting rare earth materials, within batteries using vehicles like, boats and lorries isn't a big co2 expenditure, relative to people flying and driving willy nilly, I have no idea why you replied with that message.


What are you on about?
Rechargeable LSD batteries are PERFECT for TV remote controls!


What about clocks? I will look into it :P

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