Duracell PLUS High Power Alkaline ~ AA Box of 40 £13.49 @ 7dayShop - HotUKDeals
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Bulk Pack of Duracell AA PLUS Batteries - Duracell PLUS cells offer excellent performance and are ideal for all high drain devices etc.
This size battery is also known as MN1500 and LR6.
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#1
Works out at £1.35 for 4
13 Likes #2
mccririck
Works out at £1.35 for 4
incredible maths skills, what equipment did you use to divide by 10?
#3
They are £1.20 for a pack of 4 in wholesaling warehouses in Glasgow, there some in Manchester but i forgot which area.
2 Likes #4
These are always this price and have been posted many times before. e.g. this one goes back over 4 months http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/box-of-40-aa-durcell-plus-high-powe/743350

However, arguably, the M3 Ultra batteries are a better buy for another £1.40 [for the AAs]
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=103928&source=webgains&siteid=20363

or the AAAs are just 20p more. http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=103929&source=webgains&siteid=20363


Edited By: Faythur on Jan 12, 2011 01:10
#5
I have loads of these they are excellent batteries ,Mine are Procell made by Duracell this i think is a trade thingy when i bought them they worked out a lot cheaper.Unfortunately i have had these a while and don't have a link but if you google you should find them .Best of luck
#6
Yep, bought some Procells recently off the 'bay. [forgot about them :) ]

50 X AAs for £12,95 and 50 X AAAs for £9.20.

So far they do seem to have that bit more 'lastability'....
#7
35p each isn't great. 26p each has just been/is available on other deals here.
#8
thanks!
#9
Faythur
Yep, bought some Procells recently off the 'bay. [forgot about them :) ]

50 X AAs for £12,95 and 50 X AAAs for £9.20.

So far they do seem to have that bit more 'lastability'....


which seller did you use ?
#10
Don't forget plus 1.5% topcashback or 1% quidco
#11
pav
Faythur
Yep, bought some Procells recently off the 'bay. [forgot about them :) ]50 X AAs for £12,95 and 50 X AAAs for £9.20.So far they do seem to have that bit more 'lastability'....
which seller did you use ?

Aprmedia for the AAs - though won't be using them again as they took 3 days just to 'process' the order!

and babz_s for the AAAs... excellent service there
#12
Morrisons are selling their own brand of 4x AA for £1 if anyone's interested.
1 Like #13
petercroston307
I have loads of these they are excellent batteries ,Mine are Procell made by Duracell this i think is a trade thingy when i bought them they worked out a lot cheaper.
Rechargeables work out a lot cheaper than those, still - equivalent to a few pennies per battery at most, over their lifetime - including the cost of a charger. Do you find needing to recharge them so inconvenient that you prefer to go to the trouble of buying disposables all the time?
#14
Infinite Element
Morrisons are selling their own brand of 4x AA for £1 if anyone's interested.


"Morrisons" own brand? you got to be joking mate.
#15
fullmoon
Infinite Element
Morrisons are selling their own brand of 4x AA for £1 if anyone's interested.


"Morrisons" own brand? you got to be joking mate.
Why? Since when did brand tell you how good a battery is?
#16
I got 16 Duracell PLUS AA Batteries for £4.45 from Amazon on 2nd January, which equates to £11.12 for 40 for purposes of comparison with this regular 7dayshop price. To buy in this quantity I think I'd pesonally be looking at a price as low as about £10.50.

Just checked and although they have gone up on Amazon they are still cheaper than this deal - £4.99 for 16

http://www dot amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B001TCWHX6/ref=ox_ya_os_product

Edited By: shirley999 on Jan 12, 2011 11:58: Amazon link that works, hopefully
1 Like #17
sm-1991
They are £1.20 for a pack of 4 in wholesaling warehouses in Glasgow, there some in Manchester but i forgot which area.


Must remember to nip up and get some then....or i could (like most people would) sit at my laptop in the comfort of my own home and order some!

Great deal, ordered and heat added.
#19
BIGDADDY14
Dont you think this is a better deal from argos[url=%0Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F9805543.htm]http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/9805543.htm[/url][url=%0Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F9805536.htm]http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/9805536.htm[/url]

None in stock near me so would be £5.95 delivery making 40 £15.90
#20
7dayshop tried to keep my money and nto send my item. had to get TS involved... steer clear of them.
#21
Have had no problems with 7day shop myself, in fact I have found them to be very efficient
1 Like #22
still waiting for my 7dayshop order after 3 wks :(
used to be good service!
#23
shuwaz
7dayshop tried to keep my money and nto send my item. had to get TS involved... steer clear of them.
I, too have had no problem with them - like all these places you are going to get some bad experiences which make you fume, but I see no evidence that they are worse than anyone else. You look at the complaints made about eBuyer, Overclockers, Pixmania...
#24
jrw
Must remember to nip up and get some then....or i could (like most people would) sit at my laptop in the comfort of my own home and order some!
Much less effort than going through the ordering procedure, blowing wads of cash and making sure you're in when they arrive is to pop them in a charger... that's what the really sensible people do ;)

Edited By: pibpob on Jan 12, 2011 15:14
#25
Where is best for 9v at the moment. Could do with new ones for the smoke alarms.
#26
winterhasarrived
Where is best for 9v at the moment. Could do with new ones for the smoke alarms.

It's not on their web site at the moment. (well i can't find it, like), but our local Asda (Walton, Liverpool) are doing cheap deals on the Duracell range. I'm in there tomorrow so i'll check out the 9v prices.

I do know that they're doing 16 AAs or AAAs (two sets of 8 ) for 5 quid and 8 (two sets of 4) for 3 quid.

So, by my reckoning, one could get 40 AA's or AAA's for 13 quid...or even better value 48 for £15

Edited By: CaptainRedBeard on Jan 12, 2011 17:31
banned#27
balluji
still waiting for my 7dayshop order after 3 wks :(
used to be good service!

they seem to be struggling lately, but I'll stick with them due to excellent service over the past few years
#28
fullmoon
Infinite Element
Morrisons are selling their own brand of 4x AA for £1 if anyone's interested.


"Morrisons" own brand? you got to be joking mate.

The Gadget Show did an experiment and Morrisons own brand of high powered batteries came out top, they tested around 20 different batteries on those annoying dogs that constantly bark and flip 360 Degrees.
#29
I used to go through loads of these, but on the path to replacing them all with eneloop batteries. More expensive up front; but so worth it in the long run.
1 Like #30
fullmoon
Infinite Element
Morrisons are selling their own brand of 4x AA for £1 if anyone's interested.


"Morrisons" own brand? you got to be joking mate.


Morrisons own brand ruined a £30 torch of mine, four days in the torch and they leaked, never buy cheap batteries unless the gadget is less money than the cost of the batteries
#31
brilly
mccririck
Works out at £1.35 for 4
incredible maths skills, what equipment did you use to divide by 10?
I lol'd!
#32
Faythur
pav
Faythur
Yep, bought some Procells recently off the 'bay. [forgot about them :) ]50 X AAs for £12,95 and 50 X AAAs for £9.20.So far they do seem to have that bit more 'lastability'....
which seller did you use ?


Aprmedia for the AAs - though won't be using them again as they took 3 days just to 'process' the order!

and babz_s for the AAAs... excellent service there


Thanks. ordered some PP3, and will order some AAA from babz_s. However, they don't sell AA, so may have to go with aprmedia for the AA since they appear to be the cheapest
#33
jimmyramone
fullmoon
Infinite Element
Morrisons are selling their own brand of 4x AA for £1 if anyone's interested.


"Morrisons" own brand? you got to be joking mate.


Morrisons own brand ruined a £30 torch of mine, four days in the torch and they leaked, never buy cheap batteries unless the gadget is less money than the cost of the batteries


probably weren't the alkaline ones then.

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