Hybrio rechargeable AA batteries for £2.49 (or less) in store only - HotUKDeals
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Got these in Sleaford store today as its 10% day they are £2.24 a pack

Not sure if its applicable to all stores
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#1
I got four or five packs in Glasgow on Saturday but they were a fiver a time.

HOT
#2
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#3
great price voted hot.
will have to check my local store later:)
#4
The reduced price is at "Manager discretion"

So if you go in your local store, these might not be even reduced, it just depends how much the store manager wants to get rid of them.

Some could be less reduced, just depends.
#5
Thnaks for the info, might be worth phoning before going :)
suspended#6
what mAh are these? ive got like 20 standard AA rechargeables from lidls and uniross, would like to grab some of these for my Digital camera.
#7
Fantastic price!

Why are they selling these for so cheap? Do they have new hybrios coming out? I saw a different coloured hybrio pack online, the only difference i could see was it stated you can replace 1000 batteries as opposed to 500 - was that a typo, or are there new hybrios which now last longer in terms of how many times you can charge them up?

@Hudson, Hybrios are 2100mah
#8
HOT!

For people that don't know about these, they're like regular alkaline AAs (Duracel, Energiser etc.) that you can charge! They don't lose their charge in a matter of days like regular rechargeable (NiMH) batteries and they come pre-charged in the pack. The downside is they can "only" be charged 500 or so times but I personally don't see that being a problem.

They can be charged in any regular battery charger, which is a question many people ask.

I think people just don't know what these batteries are, never mind the benefits. I use them in my Sony compact camera and in my Nikon SB500 flash for my DSLR.
#9
HOT !? ( For those in the know ?! )

;-)
#10
technically a hot price, shame 95% of people wont get them at that price.
#11
Whats a 'hybrid' - how do they differ from normal recharchables?
#12
Gollywood
Whats a 'hybrid' - how do they differ from normal recharchables?


PoisonJam
HOT!

For people that don't know about these, they're like regular alkaline AAs that you can charge! They don't lose their charge in a matter of days like regular (NiMH) batteries and they come pre-charged in the pack. The downside is they can "only" be charged 100 or so times but I personally don't see that being a problem.

They can be charged in any regular battery charger, which is a question many people ask.

I think people just don't know what these batteries are, never mind the benefits. I use them in my Sony compact camera and in my Nikon SB500 flash for my DSLR.
#13
Gollywood;2800595
Whats a 'hybrid' - how do they differ from normal recharchables?


Are you being serious? :whistling:

See above :p
#14
Gollywood;2800595
Whats a 'hybrid' - how do they differ from normal recharchables?

Recharable batteries discharge themselves if not used hybrids hold there chargewhen not used as a normal battery would
#15
Checked my local no sign of Hybrios. Save your petrol people!
#16
The downside is that the capacity of these batteries is usally a good deal less than high capacity rechargeables. The hyrbios are (I think) 2100 mah, as opposed to the 2700+ that we've come to expect.

That said, this is an INCREDIBLY hot deal, in any store you can get it. These batteries are fantastic for things like your wii remote if, like me, you only play for an hour or so a week. :)

- Matt
#17
THEY CAN BE RECHARGED 500 TIMES.

Batteries of choice for me.
Good value even at £5
#18
Hybrios come in different types, I've got 2100mAh and 1600mAh, so they're not all 2100mAh.
#19
None in York
#20
excellent price...... going to get myself some tooo....
#21
these are normally £3 in Asda.... Bought some about a month ago and they still have them... Both AA and AAA... but if they have these in my local Homebase then I will buy some since they are cheaper...
#22
Hi,you did well getting them at £2.49.
Got sick of looking in Asda's,asking at services desk to ring around etc.Keep getting told we used to sell them i think etc etc.Looking at the many display units,all full near enough with Duracells.
If your going to post for Adsda,post which Asda & stock levels.
Kept looking in Wilko's etc etc to see a offer(not with charger).
In end got the end of line from Homebase for £5,a week or so ago,near enough last few pkts of AAA's(main ones i wanted).No AA'a at all.
Good luck with your hunting,might be a few wild goose chases :)
Normal Ni-MH are good enough for most purposes,Hybrio's are good for over a couple of months & more ie Remotes,Clocks,putting in your camera bag etc.


Cheers BOB
#23
These are still £4.95 in Telford, but they are still a good bargain at that price!:)
#24
£4.98 in Glasgow Pollokshaws and East Kilbride - but i bought another two pack of AA and AAA as they were 10% off. Also got a 9v PP3 for £2.68

There have been very few left on the shelves at each when I have been in recently but must be replacing them - as I normally cycle to the Pollokshaws store a couple of times a month for tools or specials.
#25
bibio was in the Asda Nuneaton store.... However I went lastnight and they don't have anymore there.... Again seems to be mainly Energiser and Duracell batteries available...
#26
At last - went in earlier - and they were clearing them off the shelf and replacing them with energizers.

When I asked they said they were clearing the stock and it would be sent back to the warehouse - so I asked how much for the lot.

He said the maximum they could drop it to was half price - but then said as some of the packages were damaged where they had hung on the display - £30 quid for the lot as it saved him doing the return.

16 packs of Uniross rechargeables but with some PP3s and 2500mAh standard rechargeables - although I guess I am still a few packs short of AAA to replace every battery I have. However from swapping them into faster drain things - and using the original batteries in slow drain kit - it should hopefully last me until AAAs hold 2000mAh!

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