Duracell Supreme Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA 2450 mAh - 4 Pack 3.99 7dayShop - HotUKDeals
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ULTRA LOW PRICE - LIMITED STOCKS ONLY - Ideal for photographic and everyday devices
High drain - 2450 mAh - ideal for digital cameras
Up to 4x more photos against ordinary alkaline batteries
Recharge 100's of times bla bla bla......
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#1
Thanks, ordered some. And ONE PERCENT back from QuidCo <3.
#2
Ordered and thanks
#3
ordered
#4
Had a look at these on amazon to see if they are any good, some people say that they lose their charge quite fast and so on... so think I will stick to Sanyo Eneloop for now, even though they are only 2000Mah they last for ages, and come pre-charged so I can always carry a pack around with me.
Not knocking your deal. Just that I've had probs with duracell rechargeables in the past and don't trust them now unless they've got really really good reviews.
#5
paddy.stone
Had a look at these on amazon to see if they are any good, some people say that they lose their charge quite fast and so on... so think I will stick to Sanyo Eneloop for now, even though they are only 2000Mah they last for ages, and come pre-charged so I can always carry a pack around with me.
Not knocking your deal. Just that I've had probs with duracell rechargeables in the past and don't trust them now unless they've got really really good reviews.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-Supreme-2450mAh-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B0031OE6LG/ref=pd_sim_d_5

That's funny as the reviews for this give them 5/4 stars on Amazon! Ordered, great deal. Thanks OP.
#6
Can you use these in any old charger?

I've been waiting for a decent offer on some rechargeables for a while, should I get these?
#7
Bazza71;8970692
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-Supreme-2450mAh-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B0031OE6LG/ref=pd_sim_d_5

That's funny as the reviews for this give them 5/4 stars on Amazon! Ordered, great deal. Thanks OP.


whoops, I was looking at the reviews for the 2650Mah version

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-Battery-Rechargeable-Accu-15036491/dp/B000QW2LBS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1278194193&sr=8-1
#8
dean_brfc
Can you use these in any old charger?

I've been waiting for a decent offer on some rechargeables for a while, should I get these?


Yes if it's capable of charging Ni-Mh batteries. As for the usage, if you charge them to use straight away then a good choice as any. If you want to leave them about not used then you (like the guy above) may be better with eneloop or hybro batteries.
#9
Stay away from them, seriously. Had three packs of these from amazon, fiver each. Ended up in a bottom of a drawer. They hold charge for maybe 2-3 days even if not used, and if compared to Energizer or Uniross rechargeables... sorry can't be compared. Big brand, great dissapointment. Will give'em away fo free...
#10
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Yes if it's capable of charging Ni-Mh batteries. As for the usage, if you charge them to use straight away then a good choice as any. If you want to leave them about not used then you (like the guy above) may be better with eneloop or hybro batteries.

Thanks.

The charger I have is pretty old so I guess it won't work with these, I'll wait for a deal that comes with a charger.
#11
dean_brfc;8970870
The charger I have is pretty old so I guess it won't work with these, I'll wait for a deal that comes with a charger.
Any charger suitable for NiMH batteries will work with them.

I'd still go for the "Good To Go" Eneloop clones. People are fixated on the extra capacity, but the higher self-discharge rate means that that extra capacity will only be of benefit if you use them very soon after charging, in a rapid-drain appliance. And if you don't use them for a while you won't be able to use them without charging them first.
#12
cybortech
Stay away from them, seriously. Had three packs of these from amazon, fiver each. Ended up in a bottom of a drawer. They hold charge for maybe 2-3 days even if not used, and if compared to Energizer or Uniross rechargeables... sorry can't be compared. Big brand, great dissapointment. Will give'em away fo free...


Nice one thanks..If i email you my address will you send them to me for free then as mentioned
#13
A 7dayshop rechargeable batteries post, and no one's mentioned GOOD TO GO yet??

EDIT: whoops, missed pibpob's comment ^
#14
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Yes if it's capable of charging Ni-Mh batteries. As for the usage, if you charge them to use straight away then a good choice as any. If you want to leave them about not used then you (like the guy above) may be better with eneloop or hybro batteries.


LOL always makes me laugh reading comments like this.

I know you're trying to help but are you actually talking from experience or just repeating what some person who's bought a load of eneloops has told you?

Reason being is that yes normal rechargeable batteries lose their charge but we're talking about 15% of current charge PER MONTH.

....PER MONTH

They are perfectly fine for using in remotes etc.
#15
pibpob
Any charger suitable for NiMH batteries will work with them.

I'd still go for the "Good To Go" Eneloop clones. People are fixated on the extra capacity, but the higher self-discharge rate means that that extra capacity will only be of benefit if you use them very soon after charging, in a rapid-drain appliance. And if you don't use them for a while you won't be able to use them without charging them first.


Got a source for this...way you talk it sounds like the batteries will be useless within a matter of days?

Which i know isn't true.
#16
Jollux
A 7dayshop rechargeable batteries post, and no one's mentioned GOOD TO GO yet??


They have though unfortunately :roll:
#17
robo989
They have though unfortunately :roll:


teaches me to skim-read posts, tsk!
#18
Ordered - thanks.

Priced at £7.99 in Argos.
#19
What do u think are best for occasional use in the Nintendo Wii? Is it true these lose charge in a space of a few days?
#20
robo989;8971022
Got a source for this...way you talk it sounds like the batteries will be useless within a matter of days?

Which i know isn't true.
"Way I talk" doesn't at all. What I am saying is that the capacity of these is not much greater than the capacity of the Good To Go ones, so the advantage of the extra capacity won't often be gained. I did not say they "will be useless within a matter of days."

You might also consider that if you're likely to need to charge the ordinary type more often, their capacity is going to drop off more quickly than the Good To Go ones.

Furthermore, you might also consider that capacity figures can be taken with a pinch of salt anyway. There is no standardised way of measuring them, and I am always suspicious that the ever-increasing figures for capacity are gained at the expense of longevity - after all, the chemistry is the same so you can't perform some miracle. Perhaps the separators are being made thinner, packing in more active material at the expense of the self-discharge rate and the likelyhood of shorts due to metal dendrites piercing the separator?

Someone has posted here that these cells self-discharge in a few days. That is very odd.
#21
bought, thanks.
#22
@fanimal
No probs if you pay for shipping...
Strange thing as that rechargeables had plenty of bad reviews on amazon which I ignored. Now it's all gone. Anyway-such a low price from great battery maker must mean someting. I've learnt.
#23
cybortech
if compared to Energizer or Uniross rechargeables... sorry can't be compared



thank you, i will try the ones you recommend.:)

any recommendations for compatible chargers for these batteries?
#24
good deal, paid nearly £6 from amazon earlier
#25
pibpob;8970892
Any charger suitable for NiMH batteries will work with them.


Yes - but there is a big difference in battery chargers. I bought an intelligent charger from 7dayshop and was only getting a couple of hours from my batteries in my DAB radio. I bought another one from 7dayshop (after this time reading independent reviews - not the ones on 7dayshop which are vetted) and now I am getting 8 hours from the same batteries. Sadly the one I bought is 'on order' and has been for a while now so not much point recommending it at the moment but I do recommend getting a really decent charger.

EDIT : I have just seen a request for a decent charger above. The one I would have recommended is this had it been in stock :

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=100598

which is a rebrand of this Vanson model : http://www.batterycity.co.uk/vanson_speedy_box_with_intelligent_charge_control-p-1053.html

This model gets great reviews - it gives you the actual capacity of each battery, is smaller than the one above but only does AA and AAA batteries.... and is twice the price. But is in stock.

http://www.batterylogic.co.uk/technoline/technoline-bl700.asp

They may seem expensive compared to other models but they are less than the sum of all the cheaper, inferior ones I have bought in the past.
#26
Hi, I buy my rechargeable batteries from Aldi and Lidl, Aldi seem to have them in all the time for £2.79 a pack, Lidl have them in a few times a year at £2.49, all normal sizes and all relatively high capacity.

Just bought 2 packs of c size for £2.70 from Aldi at 4000 milliwhatsits.

Plus no quible 1 year warranty and 3 year warranty at Aldi.
#27
Ordered, thank you
#28
robo989
LOL always makes me laugh reading comments like this.

I know you're trying to help but are you actually talking from experience or just repeating what some person who's bought a load of eneloops has told you?

Reason being is that yes normal rechargeable batteries lose their charge but we're talking about 15% of current charge PER MONTH.

....PER MONTH

They are perfectly fine for using in remotes etc.


LOL, always makes me laugh reading uninformed comments like this. What you don't seem to understand is that the self discharge of NiMh is not linear as you suggest - the cells can lose 10-20% of their capacity in the first 24 hours after charging. The self discharge rate then drops off and stabilises to around 0.7-1.0% per day. However even cells from the same manufacturer will vary somewhat in both ultimate capacity and self discharge rate, so some cells will naturally discharge faster than others. They are therefore a very poor choice for low drain applications, as pretty much any of the manufactures literature will state.

FWIW the higher the capacity the higher the self discharge.
#29
For me a mix of low self-discharge NiMH batteries like these and higher capacity normal NiMH rechargeable batteries is the best option in my digital camera. These can stay in my camera for a long period without losing much charge but once I start taking a load of photos such as when on holiday, I prefer to use higher capacity 2900 mAh NiMH rechargeables which can be had for much the same price from the same seller.
#30
Thanks :)
#31
mikerj;8972883
FWIW the higher the capacity the higher the self discharge.
Looks like I guessed right!

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