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Duracell rechargeable supreme AA batteries £4.39 4 pack @ 7dayshop

£4.39 @ 7dayShop
Compatible charger required. If buying 5 packs price reduces to £3.99 per pack. A whopping 1% Quidco. Save the world by using rechargeable batteries. Read More
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Compatible charger required.

If buying 5 packs price reduces to £3.99 per pack.

A whopping 1% Quidco.

Save the world by using rechargeable batteries.
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#1
I got a load of these before xmas for all the kids toys.
They're well worth getting for only a little bit more than disposables. Take a couple of hours to charge and last a good while before they run out. Got mine from a seller on ebay who has thousands for the exact same price
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Mikey1610
I got a load of these before xmas for all the kids toys.
They're well worth getting for only a little bit more than disposables. Take a couple of hours to charge and last a good while before they run out. Got mine from a seller on ebay who has thousands for the exact same price


Charged mine up this morning and took about 3 hours.

No reason not to switch to rechargeables, a charger is about £10 and although these rechargeables don't last forever they are definitely value for money and good for the environment.
1 Like #3
Rechargeables are the only sensible
way to go and the ready to use out of
box type are even better. Thanks for the
post. Happy New Year to all.
#4
anyone know the best charger to get with these please?
#5
tii
anyone know the best charger to get with these please?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-CEF22-Battery-Multi-Charger/dp/B001GXVZFY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1294236967&sr=8-1
These charge any size. I got one for a fiver off here a couple of months ago. £13 now, may be can be found cheaper elsewhere?
#6
i want to get this, but as asked above anyone know the best place get the charger from
suspended#8
Or this mini one can hold 2 batteries and is £6 http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-CEF20-Battery-Charger-Batteries/dp/B000TQEXX0/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1294237322&sr=8-6

The bigger one is better but depends how you need to use it.
#9
all depends how fast you want to charge really... i.e. how fussy you are about slow charging. I personally just purchased one of these which includes 4x Energizer 2450mAh... Energizer Quattro Battery Charger @ Maplin (£14.99), it takes over 8 hours for the batteries provided :)
#10
I have a Maplin N39CX charger, currently on “offer” at “only” £19.99 (Was somehow £32.99
Save allegedly £13.00). It’s the charger I use all the time, and I have a fair few chargers lying around. What I like about that Maplin one is that it’s fast; and it can charge individual cells — eg, 1, 2, 3 or 4 in AA or AAA (this feature is quite useful to me, with an increasing number of things taking three cells and a lot also taking single cells); and it can do a proper discharge and recharge cycle; and it can spot bad cells and tell you.

Oh, and on-topic, I picked up a few packs of exactly the batteries indicated in this thread, at Asda over christmas for a fiver a pack. Gone now, it seems.

Edited By: u0421793 on Jan 05, 2011 14:48
#11
tii
anyone know the best charger to get with these please?

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=105028

This is the dog's! Very good charger for the money (£8.79)
#12
Saw these for £4.99 in homebargains if you need some quickly.
#13
Not so sure about the pubic hair on the zoomed in/full res picture of the batteries oO (on the right hand black part of the rainbow).

You're welcome. ;)
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I think you are seeing things buddy...
1 Like #15
It's better to get the Duracell Rechargeable types called 'Active Charge' or 'Stay Charged'. They are about £6 or so on auction sites or Amazon traders. These come pre-charged from the factory, and when you recharge them the charge stays in the battery for about a year. I think the Supreme ones are like normal rechargeables, and will discharge and lose energy quite fast within a week or so.
#16
Jammer
It's better to get the Duracell Rechargeable types called 'Active Charge' or 'Stay Charged'. They are about £6 or so on auction sites or Amazon traders. These come pre-charged from the factory, and when you recharge them the charge stays in the battery for about a year. I think the Supreme ones are like normal rechargeables, and will discharge and lose energy quite fast within a week or so.


I think 'Active Charge' are the real deal and 'Stay Charged' are just 5x longer than regular rechargeable... please correct me if i'm wrong though :)

Uniross also do some called 'hybrio'
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Jammer
It's better to get the Duracell Rechargeable types called 'Active Charge' or 'Stay Charged'. They are about £6 or so on auction sites or Amazon traders. These come pre-charged from the factory, and when you recharge them the charge stays in the battery for about a year. I think the Supreme ones are like normal rechargeables, and will discharge and lose energy quite fast within a week or so.


Can you link to the cheapest price you know of please. They seem quite good. Saying that ive had no problems with the supremes ive had previously.
#18
Jammer
It's better to get the Duracell Rechargeable types called 'Active Charge' or 'Stay Charged'. They are about £6 or so on auction sites or Amazon traders. These come pre-charged from the factory, and when you recharge them the charge stays in the battery for about a year. I think the Supreme ones are like normal rechargeables, and will discharge and lose energy quite fast within a week or so.


+1, aka Low Self Discharge batteries. I put them in remotes and keep them charged for when I need them quickly.

They LSD batteries IMO are better, but they have a lower capacity - mine have only 2100mAh which I think is the max for LSD.

If you use batteries immediatley and need them to last a long (e.g. taking lots of pictures), then higher capacity non-LSD are better. otherwise LSD batteries are the way to go.

I've stopped buying non-LSD ones, you charge them and they just discharge to zero in a few weeks. Not very good IMO.
#19
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341&source=webgains&siteid=20363

These are 7dayshop 'good to go' batteries. They are superb at holding (and retaining) charge. Well worth the extra few penny's. I am currently using them in my xbox 360 controllers and they seem to last forever. Very highly recommended. ;)
#20
Cheaper at poundland! cold!
banned#21
Jelly Bean
Cheaper at poundland! cold!
ive never seen them !
suspended#22
Jelly Bean
Cheaper at poundland! cold!


You should buy all their stock and stick it on ebay, you'd treble your money.....
#23
Jelly Bean
Cheaper at poundland! cold!


Damn... why didn't I think of that? You is gonna make loads of dollar!!!
1 Like #24
tii
anyone know the best charger to get with these please?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lidl-tronic-intelligent-charger-pro/844608
#25
Jelly Bean
Cheaper at poundland! cold!


The ones I've seen in poundland, aldi etc have lower capacity. So although they're cheaper they won't last as long.

Regarding the Low Self Discharge, Sanyo Eneloop batteries also get great reviews!

If you want your batteries to last longer you're better off slow charging them. Fast charging when you need it won't hurt them but slow charge them when you're not in a hurry!
#26
Not sure why this is such a great deal - is it because people have been brainwashed by constant TV advertising into thinking that something branded Duracell is better? As has been stated, the hybrid types can be got for virtually the same price and are much more versatile. I don't believe outrageous claims about battery capacity anyway.
#27
thanks guys, but with so many choices think i'll just stick to disposable
#28
I was just thinking the same I'm now so confused! lol
1 Like #29
If you stick with disposables not only will you be generating a lot of waste, but you will be costing yourself a huge amount of money.

It's not that complicated. There are two types of rechargeables, the standard and the hybrid type. The hybrid type is newer, costs a bit more and have slightly less headline capacity but in practice that is not important because these batteries last a long time between charges. This is useful if you want to use them without charging them first, and also to use in devices where batteries would be expected to last a long time (clocks, remote controls, etc). I would recommend paying slightly more for hybrid (Hybrio, Eneloop, Good To Go, "pre-charged") as they are more versatile and really are a viable replacement for disposables in all applications.

As for chargers, just get one that fits the battery sizes you are getting, and I would recommend against a "fast" charger (claimed charge time less than an hour) as these don't seem to do the batteries any gpod.

So - buy hybrid types (Good To Go from 7dayshop are as good as any but they only seem to have AAs) and one of the chargers recommended above. If you really want simply, buy this.

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