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Energizer Ultimate AA/AAA 4 pk for just 99P

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Hi, just been to home bargains noticed Energizer Ultimate (not lithium) 4 pk for only 99p (normally its 3.00 plus anywhere), its bargain and they are really v.good. Read More
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banned9y, 3w agoFound 9 years, 3 weeks ago
Hi, just been to home bargains noticed Energizer Ultimate (not lithium) 4 pk for only 99p (normally its 3.00 plus anywhere), its bargain and they are really v.good.
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#1
good buy, need local stores for me :)
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#2
lol was going to post it, good deal specially when wilkinson are doing same batteries for over £3
#3
Any proof that these are any better than no-name own-brand alkalines? And if you buy rechargeables then it will be equivalent to about 1p per battery - now doesn't that put things into perspective? (Usual disclaimer about clocks and remote controls.)
#4
The same AA's are available in my local Poundland too.
banned#5
pibpob
Any proof that these are any better than no-name own-brand alkalines? And if you buy rechargeables then it will be equivalent to about 1p per battery - now doesn't that put things into perspective? (Usual disclaimer about clocks and remote controls.)



Proof is as good as non-brand alkaline batteries, use it to compare and 99p is worth to compare.
#6
My nearest branch is 56 miles away! :x
banned#7
In my experience with batteries you get what you pay for
#8
Proximo
In my experience with batteries you get what you pay for


I agree with the above comment however on the Gadget Show recently they did a test of all different makes of batteries and Morrison's own brand came out as one of the best.
#9
Proximo;1982647
In my experience with batteries you get what you pay for
These will be worse than full-price Duracells then? :?

I think you should check what type of battery you are buying - alkaline good; non-alkaline bad.
banned#10
pibpob
These will be worse than full-price Duracells then? :?

I think you should check what type of battery you are buying - alkaline good; non-alkaline bad.




They are alkaline only
banned#11
lazygamer
The same AA's are available in my local Poundland too.


Poundland's routine stuff are Kodak, Hyundai and sony.
#12
n2magic;1984118
They are alkaline only
Good - but your results don't agree with The Gadget Show's.
#13
n2magic;1984147
Poundland's routine stuff are Kodak, Hyundai and sony.
Much more importantly, I presume they are not alkaline and thus total rubbish - the type of stuff that's included with electronic equipment just so that they don't have to say "batteries not included".
banned#14
pibpob
Good - but your results don't agree with The Gadget Show's.



Gadget show's one are Lithium

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