Duracell Supreme Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA 2450 mAh - 4 Pack £3.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Duracell Supreme Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA 2450 mAh - 4 Pack £3.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop

£3.99 @ 7dayShop
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 Read More
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7y, 1w agoFound 7 years, 1 week ago
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
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#1
Also available through Amazon link edit - Sorry deal already posted
#2
n1 - have a thumbs up!
#3
Anyone know how long they can hold their charge?

edit: Not a long time according to one of the reviews.
#4
is this the highest mAh available?...
getting fed up with my 2000's
1 Like #5
I have bought a load of the Infinium batteries from 7dayshop recently. They are a couple of pounds more (£5.99 for 4), but hold their charge for up to a year. I highly recommend them:

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/images/products/prod_102891.jpg

Infinium AA Batteries
#6
Are these as good as the Sanyo Eneloop or the 7dayshop "Ready-toGo" batteries?
#7
dejonge3
Are these as good as the Sanyo Eneloop or the 7dayshop "Ready-toGo" batteries?


+1 was just wondering the same thing.
#8
sorry
#9
K1LLER HORNET
dejonge3
Are these as good as the Sanyo Eneloop or the 7dayshop "Ready-toGo" batteries?
+1 was just wondering the same thing.

Why not search and have a look at 1 of the thousands of threads with the exact same question? ;)
1 Like #10
robo989
K1LLER HORNET
dejonge3
Are these as good as the Sanyo Eneloop or the 7dayshop "Ready-toGo" batteries?
+1 was just wondering the same thing.


Why not search and have a look at 1 of the thousands of threads with the exact same question? ;)


Just tried that but i'm not finding any definitive answers... just wondered if anybody had actually compared the above batteries?
#11
They are all (with the exemption of the Sanyo's) around £4 so not much difference in price?
1 Like #12
robo989
Why not search and have a look at 1 of the thousands of threads with the exact same question? ;)


dejonge3
Just tried that but i'm not finding any definitive answers... just wondered if anybody had actually compared the above batteries?


I can't find anything either.
Maybe robo989 can show us one of those 'thousands of threads'.
#13
K1LLER HORNET
robo989
Why not search and have a look at 1 of the thousands of threads with the exact same question? ;)


dejonge3
Just tried that but i'm not finding any definitive answers... just wondered if anybody had actually compared the above batteries?


I can't find anything either.
Maybe robo989 can show us one of those 'thousands of threads'.


I agree... robo989 can you point us to ONE of these thousands of threads?
1 Like #14
dejonge3
Are these as good as the Sanyo Eneloop or the 7dayshop "Ready-toGo" batteries?


No
The only possible benefit the standard type rechargeables have over the new Technology Low Self Discharge is for those very few people who really DO need the extra capacity, who are prepared to mess on recharging just before use - seeing as these are not particularly high capacity as Standard batteries go, then that doesn't really apply, so the Low Self Discharge ones win every time.
7 Dayshop have the Good2Go ones at the same price, I know I won't be buying any more of these standard type.
#15
Thanks Nihcaj... Good to go it is then!
#16
Can the eneloop, Good2Go etc be charged using a standard Uniross charger or do you need a different type for Low Self discharge?
#17
vladi
Can the eneloop, Good2Go etc be charged using a standard Uniross charger or do you need a different type for Low Self discharge?


good point vladi... does anybody know the answer?
#18
I have some of these, which I have endeavoured to use for photographic purposes (flashgun), and I can confirm that if I put the flashgun in my bag I can be pretty sure they will be discharged the next time I get it out, pretty much whenever that is.

I can't comment on the specific LSD batteries mentioned but I do have some Uniross Hybrid batteries, which retain their charge nicely and which can be recharged in my regular charger.
#19
dejonge3
Are these as good as the Sanyo Eneloop or the 7dayshop "Ready-toGo" batteries?

These are standard rechargeables - the low self discharge ones were branded "Duracell Active charge".

Amazon are currently listing the LSD Active Charge ones as available again for £5.08:- http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/duracell-active-charge-low-self-dis/705903
1 Like #20
vladi
Can the eneloop, Good2Go etc be charged using a standard Uniross charger or do you need a different type for Low Self discharge?

You don't need a special charger for LSD type batteries, but the advice from the couple of manufacturers' I've looked at recommended a 2-3 hour plus charge time, if you want to get the maximum life out of the cells. I used to charge Eneloop in a one hour Uniross charger, however they always got a little too hot for my liking, so I've since got a better and slightly slower intelligent charger with independent charging channels, and keep a fully charged set of eneloops in a draw.
#21
What rechargeable batteries are recommended for an Xbox 360 Controller. I've got a Uniross Sprint 90 charger with 2100mah Uniross batteries but they don't last very long and are not charging properly anymore.
#22
melted
vladi
Can the eneloop, Good2Go etc be charged using a standard Uniross charger or do you need a different type for Low Self discharge?
You don't need a special charger for LSD type batteries, but the advice from the couple of manufacturers' I've looked at recommended a 2-3 hour plus charge time, if you want to get the maximum life out of the cells. I used to charge Eneloop in a one hour Uniross charger, however they always got a little too hot for my liking, so I've since got a better and slightly slower intelligent charger with independent charging channels, and keep a fully charged set of eneloops in a draw.

Cheers.

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