Duracell Rechargeable Accu Supreme 2450 mAh AA Batteries - 4 Pack - £4.20 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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* Duracell Supreme rechargeable NiMH batteries
* High performance 2450 mAh AA batteries
* Ideal for digital cameras
* Up to four times more photos compared to ordinary alkaline
* 100s of charges
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#1
good spot mate cheers
#2
Going direct to 7day shop these are £4.49 delivered - at least the image that amazon and 7dayshop use are identical.
[mod]#3
CyBerman
Going direct to 7day shop these are £4.49 delivered - at least the image that amazon and 7dayshop use are identical.


havent checked but id use amazon over 7dayshop for the sake of 1p and customer service + nectar points

Edited By: goonertillidie on Feb 22, 2011 10:57: ...
1 Like #4
Bought 2 lots of these from a seller on Ebay for £4.38 each free p+p seem the real deal been using them in my digital camera and seem to last well,here is the item number if anyone wants to save a few pence more.

150516739052
1 Like #5
now £4.48
1 Like #6
That 2p price decrease has sealed the deal, hot hot hot!
#7
super duper
#8
oh - and why digital camera....why not "anything that requires AA"
#9
out of stock now
#10
These last well in my xbox 360 controller, many many hours...
banned#11
Thanks.
#12
turnma
out of stock now
No -check again loads left & it's a pack of four not four as you would expect not 4 packs as some may think!!
Yeah I know there is an S in it innit?
#13
Hot Hot Hot!

I paid £8 for a 4-pack of 2000mAh Sanyo Eneloops a few weeks ago.
#14
Shame they are out of stock but 7day were fine for me. Top notch compared to a lot of brands, runs my dSLR for best part of 2 weeks (and im taking shots daily)
#15
It's a marketplace seller, does HUKD allow them now?
[mod]#16
jukkie
It's a marketplace seller, does HUKD allow them now?


they allow some but my link wasnt a seller - so will expire as not correct price
#17
ourdave
oh - and why digital camera....why not "anything that requires AA"
Because these are the ordinary type of NiMH which discharge themselves in a month or two, so they're not suitable for use in things like clocks and remote controls.

Look up hybrid or low self discharge types - there is tons about them out there and on this site, without repeating it all. Personally I'd always go for that type now.
#18
Do these work on any kind of charger that works with NiMH batteries, or do you need a Duracell charger for it to work?
#19
Any charger - they are just NiMH batteries like any others.
#20
could someone recommend a charger that does not take ages to do its job?
#21
In response to razeman, I've been using this charger for a while:
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=105028
Nice features are that it has 4 independent charge circuits, handles AA or AAA, works from a USB adapter, and has a display so you can estimate how long the charge cycle will take or identify any individual cells that are on their way out. One point on charge times though - try to pick a charger that is really only as fast as you need and no faster, because charging at very high rates will reduce battery lifetimes.
#22
Are these low self-discharge batteries like Eneloop?
#23
Listed as free P&P, but when added to basket, 10p P&P added to cost, strange.
#24
pibpob
ourdave
oh - and why digital camera....why not "anything that requires AA"
Because these are the ordinary type of NiMH which discharge themselves in a month or two, so they're not suitable for use in things like clocks and remote controls.

Look up hybrid or low self discharge types - there is tons about them out there and on this site, without repeating it all. Personally I'd always go for that type now.

I thought Duracell Accu were their equivalent of Eneloop - isn't this the case? The batteries pictured on the Amazon website definitely have Accu branding.
1 Like #25
Unless they boast about being pre-charged, low self-discharge, remain charged for months, etc, then rest assured that they won't be - it's such a selling point you can't expect them not to make a song and dance about it.

Besides which, LSD types have a slightly lower capacity - I've never heard of one with 2450mAh.
#26
Great price. Ordered.
#27
£4.18 now!!!!!!

Just ordered 2 packs :)

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