Duracell Supreme AA 2450mAh Rechargeable Pack of 4 Batteries £4.10 at 7dayshop's Amazon Outlet - HotUKDeals
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#1
For a whole bunch of reasons I will never go back to disposable batteries. If you use batteries then do yourself and the world a favour and switch to rechargeable.
#2
the £4.10 is not from AMAZON! it's from the 7dayshop!
Amazon sells for £6.70

ElBuc
these ARE rechargeable!
#3
Amazon Marketplace sellers are not allowed
#4
ElBuc
For a whole bunch of reasons I will never go back to disposable batteries. If you use batteries then do yourself and the world a favour and switch to rechargeable.

I quite agree. Some people are quite happy to
keep filling up landfill sites with "wonderful value"
12 for £1 throwaway batteries but would screech
in horror if they had to use them in mobile phones.

Edited By: gluke21 on Aug 03, 2010 18:36: spelling
banned#5
anthony712
Amazon Marketplace sellers are not allowed


To be fair 7dayshop are a reputable company and considering the amount of Ebay Argos posts we're getting now I cant see anything wrong with this.
#6
There are some fake Duracell batteries about. I've bought genuine batteries at this price though Amazon from Media R Us but another marketplace seller (no longer listing) was selling fakes.

These are good batteries because they hold their charge better than the higher rated ones. The older Duracell 2650mAh batteries lose their charge very quickly.
#7
Heat added.

Thank you.
#8
anthony712
Amazon Marketplace sellers are not allowed


.... and buying them direct from 7dayshop costs you 30p more per pack ....
1 Like #9
wnofal
the £4.10 is not from AMAZON! it's from the 7dayshop!
Amazon sells for £6.70

ElBuc
these ARE rechargeable!


Sorry, didn't make myself clear... I wasn't having a go at this offer, just encouraging people to switch to this type of battery :)
#10
these ones can be frustrating with the auto-discharge/drain issue...
for most uses, you are better off with the "stay charged" range from duracell, or eneloop batteries...
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0031YP21E
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ElBuc
wnofal
the £4.10 is not from AMAZON! it's from the 7dayshop!
Amazon sells for £6.70

ElBuc
these ARE rechargeable!


Sorry, didn't make myself clear... I wasn't having a go at this offer, just encouraging people to switch to this type of battery :)


No prob....and I, too, can't stand those giving no **** about the planet...but it's not really their fault, as the companies make'em very very cheap so anyone would be tempted...
There should be like a public awareness campaign and lobby the battery manufacturers to ease up on the cost of rechargeables and increase the price of disposables.....
just like what they were doing with power-saving bulbs!
#12
great find

thanks op
#13
wnofal
ElBuc
wnofal
the £4.10 is not from AMAZON! it's from the 7dayshop!Amazon sells for £6.70
ElBuc
these ARE rechargeable!
Sorry, didn't make myself clear... I wasn't having a go at this offer, just encouraging people to switch to this type of battery :)
No prob....and I, too, can't stand those giving no **** about the planet...but it's not really their fault, as the companies make'em very very cheap so anyone would be tempted...There should be like a public awareness campaign and lobby the battery manufacturers to ease up on the cost of rechargeables and increase the price of disposables.....just like what they were doing with power-saving bulbs!

I agree. It's a total waste of time, effort and resources
to produce the cheap batteries.
#14
These batteries drain REALLY FAST. I use them for radio controlled cars and they are fine if you are happy to charge them immediately before use, but their power will dissipate drastically within a few days.

If you want multi use rechargeable batteries look for the following:-
*Sanyo Eneloop
*GP Recyko
*Uniross Hybrio
*Duracell Active Charge

These are high powered, but old technology. They are best used within appliances such as RC cars, flashguns because they use up the available power quickly. This is a good price, but there are much better batteries and technology available.
#15
These are the best rechargeables I've ever used. They power up items that my eneloops can't.

Cheers
#16
guys... please read the description carefully before buying... people have been saying about two different batteries here... the one posted on the title is the "Supreme" and other have links to the "Stay Charged" which cost more. The "supreme" seems to suffer from power drain over time and the "Stay Charged" should keep charge better over time. Although, there has been mix of comments of both are either rubbish or good... in the end, £4.10 isn't that bad but from many other rechargeable deals so far, I think £4 is more like a standard deal on these batteries. If you are thinking of buying now and storing them for future use, I would recommend you hold that thought and leave it till the next deal came along.
#17
Besides, I'm sure the cost of this wasn't £11.99 as I saw these are sold in sainsbury before and definitely not at £11.99.
#18
I think I paid about £6 for these a while back and I've lost 1 so I was going to buy some more but truth be told they aren't as good as I initially thought they were. The charge does indeed drop off quite a lot when not in use so I think I might try some others next. Very good for certain uses (e.g. digital camera for day trips) but I find that on holiday I'll have to charge them up again after a couple of days of light use whereas others have lasted much longer. Still, voted hot.
#19
gluke21
ElBuc
For a whole bunch of reasons I will never go back to disposable batteries. If you use batteries then do yourself and the world a favour and switch to rechargeable.
I quite agree. Some people are quite happy tokeep filling up landfill sites with "wonderful value"12 for £1 throwaway batteries but would screechin horror if they had to use them in mobile phones.

I agree but as we all end up with some disposable batteries Tesco now have a recycling bin for them.
#20
duracell or energizer rechargables dont last long (self-discharge and about 500-1000 charging times). try 'eneloop', especially the latest 2000 charging times model. They're pre-charged with very low self-discharge. just google it.
#21
"can't stand those giving no **** about the planet..." says them as they jump into his/her petrol car, also get off your high horse.

Edited By: Neardark on Nov 27, 2010 09:47

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