Energizer 4 AA rechargeable batteries 2450mAh Only £4.49 INSTORE TESCO - HotUKDeals
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got these from my local tesco. Some people I know around the uk also have this deal in their tesco, so have a look and see . Staff told me its national but 1 post has not found this price. should be 11.99!!!
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#1
What only 2450? Spend the extra 50p for greater capacity ( http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/653813/rechargeable-battery-aa-size-2900ma)
#2
jazid
What only 2450? Spend the extra 50p for greater capacity ( http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/653813/rechargeable-battery-aa-size-2900ma)


each to there own but I have used these and they dont last very long before they fade , est about 100 charge. My energizers I have used 100s of times and still as strong
#3
You can print off a voucher for £1 Off Energizer Rechargeable Battery Range at [url]www.beforeishop.co.uk[/url] too
#4
thats a decent price, but imo it aint worth not getting eneloop rechargeables these days
#5
Same as above I won't buy any other rechargeables apart from eneloops.
#6
yubious
thats a decent price, but imo it aint worth not getting eneloop rechargeables these days

whats eneloop?
#7
MPharma
whats eneloop?


dont bother :roll:
#8
Narkodrom
dont bother :roll:


thanks very kind of you:thumbsup:
#9
MPharma
whats eneloop?


Dunno if you've heard of it but theres a not very well known site on the internet called GOOGLE!! You're half way there as you already have the question, go on, give it a go :-D
#10
Jaysus...it's supposed to be a help site this.
What you on here for anyway, just go and google stuff and find the cheap prices - you want it all on a plate don't you eh? One site with all the bargains listed....tsk...slackers.

Eneloops are the ones that retain their charge mate.

There, how easy was that? Less words than you used to tell him to use Google in fact. You should have saved yourself a bit and just told him.
#11
ourdave
Jaysus...it's supposed to be a help site this.
What you on here for anyway, just go and google stuff and find the cheap prices - you want it all on a plate don't you eh? One site with all the bargains listed....tsk...slackers.

Eneloops are the ones that retain their charge mate.

There, how easy was that? Less words than you used to tell him to use Google in fact. You should have saved yourself a bit and just told him.


Good man. Thanks.
#12
This is a good price, and these batteries are better than eneloops etc, if you use them very often.
#13
ourdave
Jaysus...it's supposed to be a help site this.
What you on here for anyway, just go and google stuff and find the cheap prices - you want it all on a plate don't you eh? One site with all the bargains listed....tsk...slackers.

Eneloops are the ones that retain their charge mate.

There, how easy was that? Less words than you used to tell him to use Google in fact. You should have saved yourself a bit and just told him.


I 100% agree with you. If you don't want to tell the poster then don't bother saying anything. That should be even easier. Anyway Eneloops are low self-discharge nickel-metal hydride batteries. These batteries were developed by Sanyo, who called them "Eneloop". Subsequently other manufacturers also offer LSD NiMH.

Check here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low_self-discharge_NiMH_battery
#14
Low capacity and poor quality. Rubbish
#15
Codify
Low capacity and poor quality. Rubbish


I like pizza and I also like chips
#16
Can I charge these eneloop batteries in my Uniross charger?
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darkspark88
Can I charge these eneloop batteries in my Uniross charger?


Dunno.... google it :p

Seriously, I don't know but I DO know that some on here believe that this means that I have no right to post, so I'll do it to wind them up :thumbsup: I don't THINK that you need a special charger as Im under the impression that its just different "internals" as opposed to it being a completely different format...... but dont sue me if your house burns down :thumbsup:

Did a quick google, see here:
http://www.google.co.uk/#hl=en&source=hp&q=can+I+charge+eneloops+with+a+normal+charger&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=&fp=74aa98f7d3a65fd7

Appears they can be charged the same way as "normal" rechargeables :thumbsup:
#18
frakison
Dunno.... google it :p

Seriously, I don't know but I DO know that some on here believe that this means that I have no right to post, so I'll do it to wind them up :thumbsup: I don't THINK that you need a special charger as Im under the impression that its just different "internals" as opposed to it being a completely different format...... but dont sue me if your house burns down :thumbsup:

Did a quick google, see here:
http://www.google.co.uk/#hl=en&source=hp&q=can+I+charge+eneloops+with+a+normal+charger&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=&fp=74aa98f7d3a65fd7

Appears they can be charged the same way as "normal" rechargeables :thumbsup:


Thanks. Saved me some time. I might get some as my current rechargeables drain when not being used in 2 weeks or less.
#19
You local LIDL may still have some stock of rechargables. Their TRONIC 2500mAh AAs are £2.50 for a pack of four.
#20
i just got the same batts as op and they are £8.99 instore at peterborough
#21
Blimey this got messy in here, didn't it.

Boils down to this: If you are running down a set of batteries on roughtly a weekly basis with a device you will be better off with standard NiMH (such as the Sanyo 2700mAh AA NiMH batteries one of the best you can get) as they will deliver more capacity over that period of time. If the device you want to power isn't depleting the batteries over a weekly basis then you are better off buying low self discharge batteries such as the Sanyo Eneloops which can be left months in a device without any self discharge but at a small price of overall total capacity. (2000mAh for the eneloops vs 2700mAh for standard NiMH Sanyo)

BTW watch out for cheap crappy makes of NiMh batteries the claim of capacity on the side of the battery should be taken with a massive amount of salt.
#22
Pity people do not realise there's more to it than mah rating. Now the gadget show unlike normal actually performed a reasonably fair test with normal rechargeable batteries. These were second to the Uniross batteries only. 7dayshop are good great (I have them) but I have used these before all the eneloop bizniz came about and they were fantastic and better value compared to uniross. I don't see any improvement with the 7dayshop and they don't show me excellent performance like these energizers did.
#23
Niz
Pity people do not realise there's more to it than mah rating. Now the gadget show unlike normal actually performed a reasonably fair test with normal rechargeable batteries. These were second to the Uniross batteries only. 7dayshop are good great (I have them) but I have used these before all the eneloop bizniz came about and they were fantastic and better value compared to uniross. I don't see any improvement with the 7dayshop and they don't show me excellent performance like these energizers did.


But did they test the Sanyo 2700s?
#24
Can anyone tell me what the shipping charges at 7dayshop are? (ie. is it free, a flat rate, etc.?) Thanks.
#25
some at thetford store
#26
Were £9-£11 at my local Tesco today, can't remember exactly.

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