Duracell Rechargeable Accu Supreme 2450mA 8 pack for £8.80 at Amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Great rechargeable batteries at lowest price that I remember so far. Now reduced to £8.80

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banned#1
Not the best batteries but they are very good. I got some when they were 4 for £5 at asda. No competition for my eneloop though but they are certainly high end rechargeables.
#2
Can I use my energizer charger to charge these?
#3
schizoboy
Can I use my energizer charger to charge these?

Sure, why not?
It's not like printers who only take cartridges of the same brand ;)
#4
Now down to £8.99 !
#5
Good spot - thanks!
#6
Again reduced - now only £8.80 !!!
#7
cheers op hot from me
#8
#9
Great offer. Bought some. Thanks
#10
Good batteries - though I'd personally go for 7dayshop "good to go" AA's - 8 delivered for £8.58.

Bought a bunch almost a year ago (when they used to be slightly cheaper) and no complaints whatsoever.

Link: http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=107341

Edited By: jak19 on May 18, 2011 23:58
#11
@jak19
Not to mention the brand and build, the mAh is much lower for the 7dayshop one you suggested.
#12
back to £8.99
#13
The best batteries i have used are the Uniross Ultra 2100mah from amazon I bought.

Thanks

Muhammad
2 Likes #14
kafability
@jak19
Not to mention the brand and build, the mAh is much lower for the 7dayshop one you suggested.

Agreed re:brand but have not faced any issues regarding build/reliability. Despite lower mah (2100 compared to 2450) these are 'low self discharge' (and currently the cheapest of the type I can find) which means that in practice you will almost always get more juice out of them. There has of course been a lot of discussion on this on these forums :)
banned#15
good price
#16
eh Amazon have 2 for £7.04 or 4 for £4.85
1 Like #17
Just bought these batteries from 7dayshop - turned up yesterday.
I have a lot of the 7dayshop branded batteries; have found though that out of all the types I have, they are the ones that can't be charged by my new (from 7ds) fast charger (flashing light) despite them being chargeable in slower chargers and aren't the oldest and most used rechargeable batteries I have (some only months old); guess they're not of the same quality - hardly surprising.
I tried adding a review/comment on 7ds about the charger, warning people about my experience using 7ds branded batteries in it.. but 7ds reviews are vetted and they didn't post my comments - shame as the charger is fine. I now don't trust the reviews on 7ds, especially after seeing the same sorts of comments wrt 7ds on HUD.
I now don't buy 7ds batteries, preferring to go for branded makes for 10s of pennies more and haven't had any issues since..
Just my view, I'm sure other people's opinions differ.

This may be of interest wrt 7ds good2go batteries:
http://steverix.net/7dayshop-good-to-go-review/


Edited By: kevcal on May 19, 2011 09:46
#18
I have some of these for the digital cameras, they need an overnight charge (in a generic charger) but do last ages, we went away for 4 days recently and took 400 snaps or so and I havent had to recharge yet. HOT from me.
#19
kevcal
Just bought these batteries from 7dayshop - turned up yesterday.
I have a lot of the 7dayshop branded batteries; have found though that out of all the types I have, they are the ones that can't be charged by my new (from 7ds) fast charger (flashing light) despite them being chargeable in slower chargers and aren't the oldest and most used rechargeable batteries I have (some only months old); guess they're not of the same quality - hardly surprising.
I tried adding a review/comment on 7ds about the charger, warning people about my experience using 7ds branded batteries in it.. but 7ds reviews are vetted and they didn't post my comments - shame as the charger is fine. I now don't trust the reviews on 7ds, especially after seeing the same sorts of comments wrt 7ds on HUD.
I now don't buy 7ds batteries, preferring to go for branded makes for 10s of pennies more and haven't had any issues since..
Just my view, I'm sure other people's opinions differ.

This may be of interest wrt 7ds good2go batteries:
http://steverix.net/7dayshop-good-to-go-review/


Sorry to hear about your experience with the batteries - perhaps I have just been lucky with the batch from which I recieved mine. Have used mine in a variety of chargers with no trouble. Regardless, the link you offered provides interesting reading. Though I still believe they are a good product, your comments have given me something to think about.
#20
Great! I have some old 1600mAh rechargable batteries I've been using for the past 5 years or so! Definitely time for an upgrade.
Also gave me a chance to try out the 1 day 1 click ordering (new prime subscription).

Edited By: hero9989 on May 19, 2011 12:34
#21
jak19
kevcal
Just bought these batteries from 7dayshop - turned up yesterday.
I have a lot of the 7dayshop branded batteries; have found though that out of all the types I have, they are the ones that can't be charged by my new (from 7ds) fast charger (flashing light) despite them being chargeable in slower chargers and aren't the oldest and most used rechargeable batteries I have (some only months old); guess they're not of the same quality - hardly surprising.
I tried adding a review/comment on 7ds about the charger, warning people about my experience using 7ds branded batteries in it.. but 7ds reviews are vetted and they didn't post my comments - shame as the charger is fine. I now don't trust the reviews on 7ds, especially after seeing the same sorts of comments wrt 7ds on HUD.
I now don't buy 7ds batteries, preferring to go for branded makes for 10s of pennies more and haven't had any issues since..
Just my view, I'm sure other people's opinions differ.

This may be of interest wrt 7ds good2go batteries:
http://steverix.net/7dayshop-good-to-go-review/



Sorry to hear about your experience with the batteries - perhaps I have just been lucky with the batch from which I recieved mine. Have used mine in a variety of chargers with no trouble. Regardless, the link you offered provides interesting reading. Though I still believe they are a good product, your comments have given me something to think about.


Well, that was my experience - tainted 7ds for me a bit (hadn't realised the filtering of reviews - all I wanted to do was to share my experience) as I've always advised people to use them and generally their stuff is competitive. I will continue to buy from them; just non-7ds branded batteries :)
1 Like #22
For a hot (not!) deal, you may also consider the "Special Price" for a 4-pack of the same Duracell batteries at 7dayshop.
Normal price: £4.69 -> Special price: £4.79 :)

http://imageshack.us/m/221/9978/7dsduracellz.png
#23
Yeah it sucks they filter reviews but didn't anybody get a little curious why all their reviews are 4 and 5 star?

Edited By: Meathotukdeals on May 19, 2011 19:19
#24
jak19
For a hot (not!) deal, you may also consider the "Special Price" for a 4-pack of the same Duracell batteries at 7dayshop.
Normal price: £4.69 -> Special price: £4.79 :)

http://imageshack.us/m/221/9978/7dsduracellz.png

LOL they do do that from time to time :)
1 Like #25
jak19
Good batteries - though I'd personally go for 7dayshop "good to go" AA's - 8 delivered for £8.58.


They came out bottom in this review of low self discharge batteries: http://e-group.uk.net/forum/showthread.php?t=12087

YMMV of course but I'm wondering if you are happy with them, perhaps you'd be amazed by the others! :)
#26
GeoThermal
jak19
Good batteries - though I'd personally go for 7dayshop "good to go" AA's - 8 delivered for £8.58.

They came out bottom in this review of low self discharge batteries: http://e-group.uk.net/forum/showthread.php?t=12087

YMMV of course but I'm wondering if you are happy with them, perhaps you'd be amazed by the others! :)

Thanks a lot for sharing this link, very intersting reading!
#27
GeoThermal

They came out bottom in this review of low self discharge batteries: http://e-group.uk.net/forum/showthread.php?t=12087

YMMV of course but I'm wondering if you are happy with them, perhaps you'd be amazed by the others! :)

Very interesting. To be honest, for me they seem to last as long as my Eneloops (don't have any other low self discharge types to compare against).
#28
GeoThermal
jak19
Good batteries - though I'd personally go for 7dayshop "good to go" AA's - 8 delivered for £8.58.

They came out bottom in this review of low self discharge batteries: http://e-group.uk.net/forum/showthread.php?t=12087

YMMV of course but I'm wondering if you are happy with them, perhaps you'd be amazed by the others! :)
I have always thought that GP Reyko preform better than Uniross Hybrio.
#29
Please note the this deal is for DC1500 NOT the DX1500 which looks very similar, The DX1500 comes pre-charged and is a Low Self Discharge type that holds 85% of it's charge for 12months. The One's in this deal can lose 100% of their charge in 1 Month.
#30
terrystan
Please note the this deal is for DC1500 NOT the DX1500 which looks very similar, The DX1500 comes pre-charged and is a Low Self Discharge type that holds 85% of it's charge for 12months. The One's in this deal can lose 100% of their charge in 1 Month.

Humm thanks. Useful info.
#31
terrystan
Please note the this deal is for DC1500 NOT the DX1500 which looks very similar, The DX1500 comes pre-charged and is a Low Self Discharge type that holds 85% of it's charge for 12months. The One's in this deal can lose 100% of their charge in 1 Month.


Great, I thought the Accus from Duracell were LSD. :( Not sure what to do now. Might send them back when they arrive. Having said that the reviews are very good saying they hold their charge well.

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