EBL Battery charger with 4 x 2800mAh AA + 4 x 1100mAh AAA batteries - £16.99 (Prime / £20.98 non Prime) Sold by EBL Official and Fulfilled by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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EBL Battery charger with 4 x 2800mAh AA + 4 x 1100mAh AAA batteries - £16.99 (Prime / £20.98 non Prime) Sold by EBL Official and Fulfilled by Amazon

£16.99 @ Amazon
First deal - hopefully I got everything right - including checking for existing / duplicate posts... Was looking at the multi-packs of EBL rechargeable batteries also on offer at Amazon (deal of th… Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
First deal - hopefully I got everything right - including checking for existing / duplicate posts...

Was looking at the multi-packs of EBL rechargeable batteries also on offer at Amazon (deal of the day?), and noticed what looks like a good deal (lowest price according to CamelCamelCamel) for this combined package of smart charger (8 battery bays) plus 4 AA & 4 AAA batteries.

Reviews look generally good - and genuine according to 'Fakespot'.

Hopefully of use to somebody in the market for batteries plus charger.
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Fakespot is interesting never seen that before. Pretty useful if it works. Thanks!
1 Like #2
nice first deal looks good
#3
This is a decent battery charger.
1 Like #4
Ive just bought this to try out. You can get Energizer for the same sort of price.
#5
Pity that you can't charge C and D batteries with this.

Edited By: dinosteveus on Mar 12, 2017 20:34
1 Like #6
Have some heat

£1 cheaper than when I purchased back in Dec 2016

Batteries still powering my battery powered PIR Alarms from B&M for £1 each and haven't needed to be recharged yet

Yes I know the Alarms are cheap but I cannot get electric to where they are needed ;)
2 Likes #7
Spoof reviews, I never trust any reviews for products where the supplier provides free product. Too many people are making a living out of fake reviews in return for free product. The product may be good, but I don't trust it.
1 Like #8
I own one of this and can really recommend
1 Like #9
2800 mAh seems very high for a rechargeable AA battery. The most I've had is around half of that.
1 Like #10
MikeT
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71pQ02fhWCL._SL1000_.jpg
aha! thats what batteries look like!
though its 4 and 4 not 8 and 8 and the capacities are wrong
1 Like #11
skiddlydiddly
2800 mAh seems very high for a rechargeable AA battery. The most I've had is around half of that.
thats not that high for an AA, thing is though that they claim they are low self discharge on another product which that is very high for
standard lsd AA is 2000-2500, AAA 800-9x0

these guys also claim1200 recharges which is more than usual 400-1000 times

for those reasons alone id avoid them
1 Like #12
brilly
skiddlydiddly
2800 mAh seems very high for a rechargeable AA battery. The most I've had is around half of that.
thats not that high for an AA, thing is though that they claim they are low self discharge on another product which that is very high for
standard lsd AA is 2000-2500, AAA 800-9x0
these guys also claim1200 recharges which is more than usual 400-1000 times
for those reasons alone id avoid them

have been using these batteries for a year, and have not let me down once. Cant speak for the charger, as I don't use this one.
2 Likes #13
Deedie
brilly
skiddlydiddly
2800 mAh seems very high for a rechargeable AA battery. The most I've had is around half of that.
thats not that high for an AA, thing is though that they claim they are low self discharge on another product which that is very high for
standard lsd AA is 2000-2500, AAA 800-9x0
these guys also claim1200 recharges which is more than usual 400-1000 times
for those reasons alone id avoid them
have been using these batteries for a year, and have not let me down once. Cant speak for the charger, as I don't use this one.
not saying they will let you down - just saying that if the capacities are exaggerated then id just not trust them in general

Edited By: brilly on Mar 13, 2017 08:44
#14
I've got this - very good product!
#15
Seen both good and not good review. oO
#16
brilly
Deedie
brilly
skiddlydiddly
2800 mAh seems very high for a rechargeable AA battery. The most I've had is around half of that.
thats not that high for an AA, thing is though that they claim they are low self discharge on another product which that is very high for
standard lsd AA is 2000-2500, AAA 800-9x0
these guys also claim1200 recharges which is more than usual 400-1000 times
for those reasons alone id avoid them
have been using these batteries for a year, and have not let me down once. Cant speak for the charger, as I don't use this one.
not saying they will let you down - just saying that if the capacities are exaggerated then id just not trust them in general


Which is what I meant.

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