Fujitsu (same as Eneloop - holds 70% charge for 5 years, made in Japan) Ready to Use AAA HR03 NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - 8 Pack £9.99 delivered 7DayShop - HotUKDeals
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Fujitsu (same as Eneloop - holds 70% charge for 5 years, made in Japan) Ready to Use AAA HR03 NiMH Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh - 8 Pack £9.99 delivered 7DayShop

£9.99 @ 7dayShop
You can save money with this 8-pack of quality rechargeable batteries, which are pre-charged and ready to use out of the packet. These Fujitsu batteries are made in Japan, meaning quality is assur… Read More
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6d, 1h agoFound 6 days, 1 hour ago
You can save money with this 8-pack of quality rechargeable batteries, which are pre-charged and ready to use out of the packet.

These Fujitsu batteries are made in Japan, meaning quality is assured, and pre-charged using solar energy.

They can be recharged up to 2,100 times and have a long lifespan - retaining up to 70% of their capacity after 5 years and up to 85% after 1 year. These batteries can also be used at temperatures as low as -20C.

They are ideal for many devices using AAA batteries, including wireless devices, digital cameras, flashes and toy cars.

Specifications
Ready to use rechargeable batteries
Low self-discharge - retains up to 70% capacity after 5 years
Min 750mAh - typ. 800mAh
1.2v
Rechargeable up to 2,100 times
Can be used at temperatures as low as -20C
What's in the Box?
8 x Fujitsu Ready to Use Rechargeable AAA 750mAh Batteries
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2 Likes #1
You seem to need a lot of batteries lately, do you have a house full of clocks X) Heat added
3 Likes #2
summerof76
You seem to need a lot of batteries lately, do you have a house full of clocks X) Heat added
You can never have too many batteries, can you, Dave? :D
#3
not eneloops

cold :p
5 Likes #4
These are made in the same factory that JP Eneloops are made. The factory is also owned by Fujitsu. Go figure.
The high capcaity variants will also probably be a better buy for most people for only 40p more.

Edited By: Chunk266 on Apr 21, 2017 16:26: Apr 21, 2017 16:26
1 Like #5
Probably not in the same league but I picked up a pack of four pre charged AAA 950's from Lidl today.
2 Likes #6
CrazyBob
Probably not in the same league but I picked up a pack of four pre charged AAA 950's from Lidl today.
I saw them earlier, but I had bought some the last time they were on offer :3
1 Like #7
Are these just like a Golf but not a Golf?
1 Like #8
Chunk266
These are made in the same factory that JP Eneloops are made. The factory is also owned by Fujitsu. Go figure.
The high capcaity variants will also probably be a better buy for most people for only 40p more.
strangely those say up to 500 recharges but these are up to 2100 times?!! hmm 40 years later I'll report back to inform you if this is true.
#9
Wish someone did a 4xAA and 4xAAA for this price.
#10
benfisher1991
Wish someone did a 4xAA and 4xAAA for this price.
Your text here
1 Like #11
2100mAh on eneloops I think
3 Likes #12
Just bought 2 packs of these lot higher capacity and cheaper this was from a recommendation of others so are good

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/batteries/standard-rechargables/aa/4-x-aa-2500mah-low-self-discharge-rechargeable-batteries/
#13
Just bought 2 packs of these lot higher capacity and cheaper this was from a recommendation of others so are good
#15
Wow, the rechargeable Fujitsu AA batteries are expensive! You can get 40 normal Fujitsu batteries for the price of 4 rechargeable ones. Sure after the 11th recharge of all of them you've got a better deal but sometimes it's hard to be (slightly) more ecologically responsible :)
#16
Oneday77
Are these just like a Golf but not a Golf?
They're like "normal" AA/AAA batteries but start off with 20% less voltage.
So yes, well put.
#17
Heat, very good battery's that's if a good charger is used, looks like there refreshing the range as well
https://www.7dayshop.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=Fujitsu
#18
Buy a decent charger for these - they deserve it. One of these should suit very well:

https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000-wh2-ds-225

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Household-Batteries-Battery-Chargers/XTAR-VC4-Battery-Charger/B01D8464S6/

The XTAR may well be available more cheaply elsewhere, but the Multismart 3000 can only be obtained from 7DayShop - though there are similar ones (usually dearer).
#19
if you leave something which requires batteries alone for 5 years who cares about the charge amount, you are a hoarder.
#20
Newbold
Buy a decent charger for these - they deserve it. One of these should suit very well:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000-wh2-ds-225https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Household-Batteries-Battery-Chargers/XTAR-VC4-Battery-Charger/B01D8464S6/
The XTAR may well be available more cheaply elsewhere, but the Multismart 3000 can only be obtained from 7DayShop - though there are similar ones (usually dearer).

Good chargers but you don't need to spend anywhere near that amount for a decent charger. Littokala is a pretty good budget brand from GearBest.
#21
benfisher1991
Newbold
Buy a decent charger for these - they deserve it. One of these should suit very well:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000-wh2-ds-225https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Household-Batteries-Battery-Chargers/XTAR-VC4-Battery-Charger/B01D8464S6/
The XTAR may well be available more cheaply elsewhere, but the Multismart 3000 can only be obtained from 7DayShop - though there are similar ones (usually dearer).
Good chargers but you don't need to spend anywhere near that amount for a decent charger. Littokala is a pretty good budget brand from GearBest.
It's Liitokala for anyone wanting to follow that up - but the ones that do the job properly seem very little, if any cheaper.
#22
Newbold
benfisher1991
Newbold
Buy a decent charger for these - they deserve it. One of these should suit very well:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000-wh2-ds-225https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Household-Batteries-Battery-Chargers/XTAR-VC4-Battery-Charger/B01D8464S6/
The XTAR may well be available more cheaply elsewhere, but the Multismart 3000 can only be obtained from 7DayShop - though there are similar ones (usually dearer).
Good chargers but you don't need to spend anywhere near that amount for a decent charger. Littokala is a pretty good budget brand from GearBest.
It's Liitokala for anyone wanting to follow that up - but the ones that do the job properly seem very little, if any cheaper.

Fair point, I was looking at the 2 bay vs the 4 bay. Not really a fair comparison.

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