Duracell Supreme AA 2450mAh Rechargeable Pack of 4 Batteries rrp £11.99 for £4.70 at Amazon [Media-R-Us *more buying choices] - HotUKDeals
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Duracell Supreme rechargeable NiMH batteries offer you the quality and dependability you've come to trust from Duracell
High performance AA 2450 mAh batteries ideal for digital cameras
Up to 1000 charges
Up to 4x more photos compared to ordinary alkaline

Plus nectar points, not that mine ever track.
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Bizarre, the link takes you to a more expensive company! Choose the Media-R-Us on the right hand column for this price,

Edited By: Bigred01 on Dec 10, 2010 17:08
"Dispatched from and sold by 7dayshop" who have them direct for £4.53 or cheaper for more ....
e.g. 2 for £4.39 each
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am currently searching for some of these as just bought a new bridge camera, want the charger too but amazon have suspended sale of it (Duracell CEF22 NiMH Battery Multi Charger) as customers have complained about it. I think it is because the charger is being sold with a 2 pin plug(according to reviews) instead of the UK 3 pin and it is not stated.
does anyone know if these are the strongest aa rechargables you can buy or can i get stronger ones? they are for a dslr type

does anyone know if these are the strongest aa rechargables you can buy or can i get stronger ones? they are for a dslr typethanks

You can get 2900mAh from 7dayshop

ordered 2pks AA and 1pk AAA arrived within 2 days recorded delivery.

just a question on which chargers to use, i have a uniross charger i bought approx4yrs ago that came with 1300mah batteries, am i right to assume my existing charger will be good enough to charge these higher powered batteries?
thanks in advance
Thanks, ordered!

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