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Duracell PLUS AAA Box of 40 - £12.79 delivered @ 7dayshop (4 x AA is £13.99)

£12.79 @ 7dayShop
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#2


That's AAA (you have them the wrong way around)

AA is here like in the main link

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=104249

Well hot
#3
wonder what the expiry date is though? thats the issue
#4
Bully
wonder what the expiry date is though? thats the issue


"Please Note: These brand new and fresh batteries are normally shrink wrapped in two's and supplied to you in white card boxes. "
#5
Bully
wonder what the expiry date is though? thats the issue


Bought a box last week, the expiry date is 2016.
#6
Absolutely awful batteries. I bought a box of the AA and AAA from 7dayshop thinking they were good value but these batteries have hardly any charge. They have the battery indicator on them and when you press the 2 dots the indicator barely gets half way. I was having to replace the AA battery in my kitchen clock every 2 weeks using these.

Avoid them they are an absolute waste of money.
2 Likes #7
Please remember once the batteries are empty to recycle them, all supermarkets and shops will have battery recycle boxes. Ta.
#8
chabbu
They have the battery indicator on them


These don't
#9
peter_griffen
Please remember once the batteries are empty to recycle them, all supermarkets and shops will have battery recycle boxes. Ta.


Nice one Peter, never knew what to do with all these used batteries, any chance of knowing what to do with empty ink cartridges from printers as well. Got loads, just thought its such as waste throwing them away.

Rep+
#10
EDEN188
Nice one Peter, never knew what to do with all these used batteries, any chance of knowing what to do with empty ink cartridges from printers as well. Got loads, just thought its such as waste throwing them away.

Rep+


Most churchs collect old ink cartridges - you also could try CAFOD charity. Its better then throwing them into landfil.
#11
peter_griffen
Please remember once the batteries are empty to recycle them, all supermarkets and shops will have battery recycle boxes. Ta.


Cheers matey! +1, and good will to all mankind :thumbsup:
#12
peter_griffen
Most churchs collect old ink cartridges - you also could try CAFOD charity. Its better then throwing them into landfil.


While we're o the subject, anyone know of a charity that will take LASER TONER cartridges? I googled for one and after a great deal of faff, the single one I could would only take them off my hands if I had more than 100! I'm self-employed, for Pete's sake... I'm happy to post 'em if it means they go to charity instead of landfill.

As for batteries, fortunately my local council recyclers take 'em...

Hot btw
#13
EDEN188
Nice one Peter, never knew what to do with all these used batteries, any chance of knowing what to do with empty ink cartridges from printers as well. Got loads, just thought its such as waste throwing them away.

Rep+


It's worth noting that EPSON inkjet cartridges cannot be recycled. This is because the cartridge unlike pretty much all other manufacturers' products does not have the print head built into it, and is just a lump of contaminated and useless plastic.
#14
I got 12 rechargable ones off ebay for 5 delivered from HK and they're great. Worth a look maybe...
#15
EDEN188
Nice one Peter, never knew what to do with all these used batteries, any chance of knowing what to do with empty ink cartridges from printers as well. Got loads, just thought its such as waste throwing them away.

Rep+


Usually the ink websites where you buy them from will take them and reduce the price of a replacement one...
#16
Remember To Recycle Them!
banned 1 Like #17
EDEN188
...any chance of knowing what to do with empty ink cartridges from printers as well. Got loads, just thought its such as waste throwing them away.


I contacted a seller on ebay that sold remanufactured ink cartridges and he bought my cartridges off me to refill for £1.50 each haha worth a shot!
#18
Noghar
While we're o the subject, anyone know of a charity that will take LASER TONER cartridges? I googled for one and after a great deal of faff, the single one I could would only take them off my hands if I had more than 100! I'm self-employed, for Pete's sake... I'm happy to post 'em if it means they go to charity instead of landfill.

As for batteries, fortunately my local council recyclers take 'em...

Hot btw


For Laser Toner:

Nippon Express UK Ltd
Unit 5110
Hunter Boulevard
Magna Park
Lutterworth
Leicestershire
LE17 4XN

Carriage will be paid for by Nippon Express (Info taken from Canon recycle pack information sheet that canon supplies to retailers)

If anyone wants a copy of the info sheet, please PM me and I send a copy to you ;-)
#19
Should put a bit more info regarding last post:

Put inks cartridges into box, jiffy bag etc, attach label (which I can send a copy via PM), take to post office. Postage will be paid for by Canon/Nippon.
#20
Ok deal, but not a particularly great one, I bought a pack of 4 AAAs from Home Bargains the other day for £1.49, which would work out to £14.90 for 40.
Worth paying an extra £2 as far as I am concerned so you don't have to wait several months for 7DayShop to deliver :-D
#21
Phil21
Ok deal, but not a particularly great one, I bought a pack of 4 AAAs from Home Bargains the other day for £1.49, which would work out to £14.90 for 40.
Worth paying an extra £2 as far as I am concerned so you don't have to wait several months for 7DayShop to deliver :-D



Ordered some of these about 6 months ago and they turned up in about 3 days and been more than happy with the battery life. Will be ordering again when i run out
#22
Good price - should start linking this post from the constant LoveHoney deals! :roll:
#23
Re: recycling

Anybody looking to recycle batteries, ink cartridges, etc, check out http://www.sort-it.org.uk/cap.asp?AuthID=99&CatID=24 (scotland) or http://www.recyclenow.com/ (england)
#24
Save your ink cartridges, toner cartridges, and used batteries all year - and then put them on the bonfire in November. Much less hassle, and can make for some entertaining and very pretty flames and explosions. You'll save a small fortune on fireworks.
#25
Much better idea , have a thought for the enviroment

brj080402
I got 12 rechargable ones off ebay for 5 delivered from HK and they're great. Worth a look maybe...
banned#26
Recycling batteries is better for the environment - please consider doing this.

I think the price is good but nothing beats rechargable ones and for that reason I just can't see the financial benefit for these.
#27
deal-hunter
It's worth noting that EPSON inkjet cartridges cannot be recycled. This is because the cartridge unlike pretty much all other manufacturers' products does not have the print head built into it, and is just a lump of contaminated and useless plastic.


This is clearly absolute tosh since most of the cheap Epson compatible cartridges available are refilled and thus already recycled.
#28
OiOi1972
Recycling batteries is better for the environment - please consider doing this.

I think the price is good but nothing beats rechargable ones and for that reason I just can't see the financial benefit for these.


There are still some applications better suited to a battery that doesn't self-discharge over time. Eneloops etc overcome this but are generally expensive .
#29
jimwhite1978
Ordered some of these about 6 months ago and they turned up in about 3 days

6 months and 3 days to be delivered, wow, that's bad even for 7DayShop! :p
#30
ukdealee
Good price - should start linking this post from the constant LoveHoney deals! :roll:


LOL!!!!!!
banned#31
chabbu;7726489
Absolutely awful batteries. I bought a box of the AA and AAA from 7dayshop thinking they were good value but these batteries have hardly any charge. They have the battery indicator on them and when you press the 2 dots the indicator barely gets half way. I was having to replace the AA battery in my kitchen clock every 2 weeks using these.

Avoid them they are an absolute waste of money.

Well why didnt you send them back as you obviously got a faulty batch? :whistling:
#32
Isn't it much better, environmentally friendly, and cheaper in the long run, to use rechargeable ones?
banned#33
airmark;7741922
Isn't it much better, environmentally friendly, and cheaper in the long run, to use rechargeable ones?

some high powered devices wont run off your everyday rechargeables (e.g SLR cameras).
#34
just ordered.
Thanks :)
#35
Paddy72
This is clearly absolute tosh since most of the cheap Epson compatible cartridges available are refilled and thus already recycled.


This is actually true.. it's not worth them paying for recycling them, it's cheaper to manufacture new ones. Cheap epson compatibles certainly aren't refilled as all Epson cartridges have EPSON moulded on the side and compatibles obviously do not.
#36
Voted cold. Argos are doing 4+4 free of the AA and AAA batteries at £2.26 a pack, thus 5 packs cost only £11.30.

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