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Philips Rechargeable Battery AAA (1000mAh) pack of 4 £3.40 + £0.89 delivery (£4.29) @ amazon.co.uk @ iCell Media

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"winter_zombie; BE WARNED icell media from Amazon is under review. two weeks ago I brought from them and have had nothing but problems. also there business address is not were they send their goods fr…
surfbored Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago17 Comments
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dazco
CartoonHead78
dazco
1000mah
Not worth the bother
Thats some of the highest mha's you can get with AAA's (1000-1200), you will struggle to find a good brand with the higher, but these on the other hand are not ready charged and dont hold power like eneloops or 7dayshops 'goodtogo batteries etc
You may well be right and I apologise completely for my knobness.
I read the batteries as AA and am very sorry to the OP and anyone else who paid any attention to my nonsense
Nae probs

get a grip man
Flipd
ciarandanielbyrne1
These are cheap at 1100mHz and £3.99 free delivery from Amazonhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005T65ZHS
Seems expensive when you can source 4 x somewhat colourfully spec'd 1800mAh AAA ex-UK from the bay starting from £2.99 delivered. Memory effect? More like Tardis effect.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331546801642http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201345077559
wow great find I ordered a two pack for 99p cheers

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2pcs-x-AAA-3A-1800mAh-rechargeable-battery-cell-purple/271501035145?_trksid=p2047675.c100009.m1982&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D30989%26meid%3D8da237673e4b4144b613b577b7da3ad7%26pid%3D100009%26rk%3D7%26rkt%3D10%26mehot%3Dag%26sd%3D201345077559


Edited By: ciarandanielbyrne1 on May 10, 2015 11:49
winter_zombie
BE WARNED icell media from Amazon is under review. two weeks ago I brought from them and have had nothing but problems. also there business address is not were they send their goods from. so at this time they are under investigation.

Thanks for that...with your info and the other recommendations I'll not go ahead with my purchase but will leave the thread here for the info.
alphamusic
surfbored
CartoonHead78
dazco
1000mah
Not worth the bother
Thats some of the highest mha's you can get with AAA's (1000-1200), you will struggle to find a good brand with the higher, but these on the other hand are not ready charged and dont hold power like eneloops or 7dayshops 'goodtogo batteries etc
So, being newbie on batteries 'holding power' will these drain faster than the 'Eneloops by Amazon?
where do you find that info?
It depends what you are using them for. I personally would never recommend a non low self discharge (LSD) NiMH rechargeable. LSD batteries are much more versatile because they keep their charge even if you don't use them straight away, or use them in low power drain devices like a remote control where they could last a year or more. These could be slightly better than an LSD battery if you have a very high power use application and don't mind charging them immediately before every use. For me that is far too much planning. I prefer that my batteries are more like the disposable alkalines and waiting ready for me every time I want to use them. Eneeloop is one brand name for LSD, Vapextech also have a popular LSD range.
Vapextech LSD AAA 950 mAh batteries are £5.40 delivered: http://www.vapextech.co.uk/batteries/standard-rechargables/low-self-discharge/4-x-aaa-950mah-low-self-discharge-rechargeable-batteries/

Thanks for the info...am buying rechargeables for an LED music Stand light, gets occasional (but prolonged) use so any lsd seems a much better technology.

always learning learning from the many fine 'geeks' on HUKD :)
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Duracell 1300mAh AA Size Rechargeable Batteries--Pack of 4 £4.39 delivered iCell Media./ Amazon

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Duracell 1300mAh AA Size Rechargeable Batteries--Pack of 4 only for 3.50 plus 89p postage
rgeorge1 Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago5 Comments
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thekanester
[quote=ratsdomino][quote=thekanester] Just goes to show you that you shouldn't make your mind up on a small sample size!

amen to that!
ratsdomino
thekanester
I think people might vote cold because they expect above 1800mAh for AA size rechargeables. But it's a decent price - and you can probably guarantee that they will indeed be 1300 capacity, unlike many others.
I do have to say though, and I have tons of rechargeables - I don't buy anything else, that Duracell are the worst for stopping working [and I use a genuine Duracell slow charger). The longest serving batteries I have are 7 Day Shop own-brands. They were also some of the cheapest. I would not consider Duracell unless they were very cheap.
thats so weird, i have exactly the opposite experience, my three packs of duracell rechargeable have been excellent and have given my flash gun and baby monitor a new lease of life whereas my 7dayshop ones have been very unreliable. they are also ever so slightly longer than most AA batteries and are a **** to get out of the appliance you have put them in!

As you say, so odd. The battery size of my AA & AAA have been fine. I bought them a few years ago, so maybe if you've bought them recently they've changed supplier - which I guess is not unexpected if they're rebranding.

Just goes to show you that you shouldn't make your mind up on a small sample size!

I voted your deal hot btw.
thekanester
I think people might vote cold because they expect above 1800mAh for AA size rechargeables. But it's a decent price - and you can probably guarantee that they will indeed be 1300 capacity, unlike many others.
I do have to say though, and I have tons of rechargeables - I don't buy anything else, that Duracell are the worst for stopping working [and I use a genuine Duracell slow charger). The longest serving batteries I have are 7 Day Shop own-brands. They were also some of the cheapest. I would not consider Duracell unless they were very cheap.


thats so weird, i have exactly the opposite experience, my three packs of duracell rechargeable have been excellent and have given my flash gun and baby monitor a new lease of life whereas my 7dayshop ones have been very unreliable. they are also ever so slightly longer than most AA batteries and are a **** to get out of the appliance you have put them in!
Contour are better from exp
I think people might vote cold because they expect above 1800mAh for AA size rechargeables. But it's a decent price - and you can probably guarantee that they will indeed be 1300 capacity, unlike many others.

I do have to say though, and I have tons of rechargeables - I don't buy anything else, that Duracell are the worst for stopping working [and I use a genuine Duracell slow charger). The longest serving batteries I have are 7 Day Shop own-brands. They were also some of the cheapest. I would not consider Duracell unless they were very cheap.
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Panasonic Eneloop 1900mAh batteries (4x + case) for £7.49 inc. delivery! icell media / amazon

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This is cheaper than any current previous price I have seen... £6.60 for a pack of Panasonic Eneloop 1900mAh batteries (4x + case), and only a further 89p per item for delivery on Amazon UK. Review…
Richdog Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago7 Comments
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Wwithout a link to a current better deal such comments are a tad unhelpful...
Scoobyed
abusaleh
Paid £12 for 8 recently from their eBay store
same
Have you got a link for their eBay store please?
abusaleh
Paid £12 for 8 recently from their eBay store
same
Paid £12 for 8 recently from their eBay store
Is there any issue with sticking them in a duracell charger?
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Turtle Beach NLA Wii U + 3DS Headset £5.99 delivered @ iCell Media / Amazon

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Great headset worth this ridiculously low price. Plenty in stock. Sold for use with Wii U and 3DS.
ggchris Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago14 Comments
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redondo5
can you use it as a microphone for games like sing it or just dance 2015 where you can sing along?
I assume so, would be a pretty useless mic otherwise.
can you use it as a microphone for games like sing it or just dance 2015 where you can sing along?
any one know if they work with ps3
stevenhp1987
Gamer_U
Try Flubitting it and you'll possibly get a pound knocked off from it.
Flubit thinks it costs £13.99...
Flubit has its times when it goes crazy but most of the time their offers are lower than the given price.
Gamer_U
Try Flubitting it and you'll possibly get a pound knocked off from it.

Flubit thinks it costs £13.99...
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NLa Wii U/3DS Headset works with ps4white and black., £4.99 sold by Icell media on Amazon

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As stated in the title cheap Turtle beach made wii u branded headsets that work with ps4 as well, Mixed reviews but ive ordered one as cheaper than an adaptor cable to get my pc headset working with t…
gothictwist Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago13 Comments
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white back in stock at 4.99http://www.amazon.co.uk/NLa-Wii-Nintendo-Headset-White/dp/B008YA9BUI/ref=pd_bxgy_vg_h__text_y
blacks gone up to 14

Edited By: gothictwist on Jan 07, 2015 11:16
Cheers, shouldn't have read the comments so quick!!
Just ordered.
Link to white is in first comment
Have u a link to the white one? Showing as £14.
Toys r us has these but £19.99
blinking heck just took a look out of curiosity and the blacks have gone up to £14 now "amazons price for them has risen from £6.50 ish to £23 since i posted" the white model is still£4.99 tho

Edited By: gothictwist on Jan 04, 2015 01:16
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Black ops 2 turtle beach earbuds £4.10 + 89p delivery charge @ iCell Media Amazon £4.99

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From Amazon sold by icell media, received mine today great for the price
DBRFC1 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago20 Comments
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So this is a wired mic and headset so I can play online games with headphones and talk to other players?
Switzerland?
popoyaya
nebson
Recieved these yesterday. Good quality sound only

What do you mean "only"? Everything apart from the sound was bad quality?


Ha just noticed that no idea how "only" got typed! Good quality sound!!!
Sweet
So basically, this can be used as a headset and mic in ps4 games online?
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Duracell Procell Battery Alkaline 1.5V AAA [Pack of 10] £2.40 plus free shipping @ Amazon

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Manufactured by Duracell for the industrial and professional user. 1.5V. Size: AAA (MN2400). Boxed 10. OND361164 Fantastic price with free shipping, double AA batteries also on offer.
Shazadi_786 Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago32 Comments
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stvoritel
pibpob
Dodge62
Don't know why everyone gets so excited about battery deals. Head down to Ikea and stock up there - usually either £1 or £1.25 for 10 good quality (as in, they do very well in independent tests) AA or AAA batteries. Unless you don't have an Ikea within annual visiting distance, I can't see a reason to get them anywhere else.
Don't know why anyone gets so excited about disposable battery deals - just buy rechargeables, which will work just as well if not better than disposables in 90% of applications, and can be recharged at home hundreds of times for less than a penny each time. Now that's good value.

'Disposable' batteries have 1.5V whereas rechargeable batteries have 1.2V only. That may be an issue for some devices.
Not in practice no, because disposables have a higher internal resistance which makes their voltage droop much more than rechargeables. I've never had anything complain about using rechargeables, even if it is plastered with warnings to use disposables only.
pibpob
Dodge62
Don't know why everyone gets so excited about battery deals. Head down to Ikea and stock up there - usually either £1 or £1.25 for 10 good quality (as in, they do very well in independent tests) AA or AAA batteries. Unless you don't have an Ikea within annual visiting distance, I can't see a reason to get them anywhere else.
Don't know why anyone gets so excited about disposable battery deals - just buy rechargeables, which will work just as well if not better than disposables in 90% of applications, and can be recharged at home hundreds of times for less than a penny each time. Now that's good value.

'Disposable' batteries have 1.5V whereas rechargeable batteries have 1.2V only. That may be an issue for some devices.
Dodge62
Don't know why everyone gets so excited about battery deals. Head down to Ikea and stock up there - usually either £1 or £1.25 for 10 good quality (as in, they do very well in independent tests) AA or AAA batteries. Unless you don't have an Ikea within annual visiting distance, I can't see a reason to get them anywhere else.
Increased to £1.50 for 10 now
Ikea


Edited By: Sweetcorn12 on Sep 01, 2014 20:08
My experiences with rechargeables are quite different from yours. Yes, there are some pretty bad ones about - avoid ones which claim to have a particularly high capacity. Also avoid "fast chargers" - much more likely to damage them. But self-discharging does not ruin cells - they will recharge again. I only buy LSD ones now as they're not much more expensive and I know they'll always be ready, but there's a bit of a shift in mindset from having dozens of disposables at your, erm, disposal, to having a smaller number of rechargeables. I'd never think to use disposables in anything that wasn't supposed to run for at least a year at a time, such as a simple remote control (not Wii-mote type things!) or electric clock. It particularly baffles me when people cite toys as a reason for buying dozens of disposables - these high-drain appliances are precisely where even traditional rechargeables shine.
pibpob
Even if you only recharge them 100 times you'd still be paying about 10 times more using disposables, not to mention the amount of waste you're creating (for your kids' toys - but hey, they can deal with the consequences ;-). And 10p headline cost pales into insignificance when you take into account the cost and time (and frayed nerves) of visiting Ikea.

I'm pretty sure I've never recharged a battery 100 times. I doubt that many (I have quite a few) have been recharged more than 5 times. The non-LSD types are usually scrap by then anyway because they've been left too long between charges (I don't buy those any more). I'm with you on the waste, I make sure all my dead batteries go for proper recycling, but don't know how effective that is. As for Ikea, that's easy enough - the wife spends half her life there so I just get her to pick them up. Hate the place myself, but if she didn't go there I'd probably stop off once a year on the way past to stock up on batteries.
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Duracell PreCharged Rechargeable 1950 mAh AA Batteries - 8 Pack for £9.98 (£10.87 with P&P) @ Amazon (via iCell Media)

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Value pack of 8 Duracell PreCharged rechargeable AA batteries High performance AA 1950 mAh batteries ideal for digital cameras with 100s of charges Come pre-charged and work straight from the pa…
whufc4ever76 Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago12 Comments
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The price has slightly changed,but if you buy 2x 4 packs it works out cheaper & it's also 2400mAh instead of the poorer 1950mAh that your getting with the 8 pack.

Edited By: WheresMeNuts on Jul 30, 2014 11:54: updated
These should work in electronic cigarettes too @1950mah
Gutted :( Sold out
Sold out!!!!!
Great price. I usually buy 4 x Wilko own brand for £6 ish.
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20 Duracell Procell AAA Batteries £4.69 @ Amazon/iCell

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Thought I would share this deal 20 AAA Batteries £3.80 + £0.89 postage = £4.69 Works out at 23.5 pence a battery.
egosney Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago4 Comments
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Not great batteries imo. Went through a pack of 10 in a 2 AAA personal dab radio very quickly, yes I know they are power hungry devices but I'm now using a usb chargeable dab radio and the charge is much better.
These are good batteries. Just bought 10 x AA, 10 x AAA. This is the normal price on Amazon, though.
Cool beans, ordered a pack
very good batteries, great price
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Varta Power Accu 2300 mAh Ready2Use Rechargeable AA Batteries - 4-Pack @ Amazon sold by icell media £7.30

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Was looking for some rechargable batteries and found these for a reasonable price. £6.40 for items and 89p postage.
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SanDisk Ultra 32 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Upto 80 Mbps (SDCZ48-032G-U46) £14.98 @ amazon icell media

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ransfer large files faster with the SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive. When plugged into a USB 3.0 port, this compact flash drive offers transfer speeds of up to 80MB/s, up to four times faster than U…
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Contour 4x AAA 'Worlds Best' Pre Charged Rechargable Batteries £2.99 Delivered @ Amazon /iCell Media

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Reputed to be the same as Eneloops, with same performance. Bought 4 and after a few refreshes reached around 810mAH and within 1% of each other. •Worlds Best Battery* - not a claim made lightly! •…
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Sorry to be reviving this old thread, but has anyone managed to make a warranty claim with Contour? I was planning to, under the 3 year warranty, but the website seems to have 'vanished'!

The warranty looks to be worth about as much as the batteries - nothing.
Cheapasnowt

Those are not pre-charged batteries but just standard rechargeables which will lose their charge if they remain unused.
Ok I give up :p

Those are not pre-charged batteries but just standard rechargeables which will lose their charge if they remain unused.

Edited By: Cheapasnowt on Mar 03, 2014 21:07
Crikey thanks, just saw your reply and cancelled my order oO
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Duracell PreCharged Rechargeable 1950 mAh AA Batteries - 4-Pack - £5.99 Delivered @ Amazon (iCell Media)

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Dispatched from and sold by iCell Media. Duracell rechargeable batteries offer you the quality and dependability you've come to trust from Duracell High performance 2000 mAh AA batteries ideal for d…
FlobbleBelly Avatar3y, 2w agoFound 3 years, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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not bad, but eneloop I found are much better at £7 - £8 for a 4 pack
some Tesco stores are clearing stock at £1 (if you can find them - but worth a check)
jools2001
Good price,

but you need to add on 89p delivery charge ;-)

These are £5.10 + 0.89 p delivery = £5.99 all in.
Good price,

but you need to add on 89p delivery charge ;-)
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Duracell AA 2000 mAh Stay Charged Batteries - 4 Pack £5.99 @ Amazon/iCell Media

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£5.10 plus 89p delivery! Sold by iCell Media
gowingnator Avatar3y, 2w agoFound 3 years, 2 weeks ago15 Comments
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Just to note (probably doesn't matter) that the larger the capacity (mAH) the less recharge cycles it has (lifespan).

That being said, I suppose replacing them won't be a problem since they'll last long enough
lotsofbargains
Jinkz
Panasonic 2100mah for a little bit cheaper, stay charged ones; http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0027GYLQE/ref=oh_details_o04_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I've got these, they're great!

Just ordered these. Love these posts as I'm always looking for recommendations for good rechargeable batteries for the endless toys needing them. Can anyone recommend any size C & D batteries. Need some for the babies cradle swing that are eating disposables. Thanks

my husband made swing working from power.less money,less problems.you can do the same ;)
Jinkz
Panasonic 2100mah for a little bit cheaper, stay charged ones; http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0027GYLQE/ref=oh_details_o04_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I've got these, they're great!

Just ordered these. Love these posts as I'm always looking for recommendations for good rechargeable batteries for the endless toys needing them. Can anyone recommend any size C & D batteries. Need some for the babies cradle swing that are eating disposables. Thanks
Too right Xbox one controllers go through batteries at a hell of a rate!
Duracell alkaline lasted 4 days. Now using Duracell 2400mah rechargeables and managed 6 days max.
seanbwfc
I use these for my Xbox, Last 10x longer then the battery packs you can buy.

Just buy a usb re-charger for couple quid and you can game for hours without any problems.


Xbox one controllers absolutely destroy batteries
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Bossman battery charger inc 4 aa batteries @ Amazon sold by iCell Media £5.99

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bossman battery charger inc 4 AA batteries 5.10 plus 89p delivery. first post be gentle. struggling with image from my android bu the link should work ty Shared Via The HUKD App For Androi…
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Thank you very much.
glad you're happy
helencw
Thanks, just what I needed

same here...10x for the deal...ordered...;)
well I bought some duracell 1950mah batteries with it too. hope it works
Thanks, just what I needed
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Duracell Pre Charged Rechargeable 2400mAh AA Batteries 4 pack £7.29 delivered Amazon/iCell

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I needed some new rechargeable batteries so did a search here for any good deals. Came up with the 1950mAH version of these batteries from the same seller which were £5.88 delivered. The Amazon page l…
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just ordered two packs! thanks!
largeruk
Am in the market for some rechargeable AA and AAAs. So, are the 7dayshop ones (2500mah) the current best value @£6.98 (including their £1.99 delivery cost)?

Would be grateful for some advice as I'm a bit of a newbie in this territory.

Cheers :)

I've got loads of them and they're great, at least as good as branded ones.
But don't just take my word for it - you'll see they get 4.8/5 from 247 reviews.

Edited By: KingCampo on Dec 04, 2013 21:53
Am in the market for some rechargeable AA and AAAs. So, are the 7dayshop ones (2500mah) the current best value @£6.98 (including their £1.99 delivery cost)?

Would be grateful for some advice as I'm a bit of a newbie in this territory.

Cheers :)
KingCampo

I don't understand?

The 7dayshop 'good to go' batteries are the same similar/same in technology as Sanyo ENELOOP, Panasonic Infinium, Sony Cycle Energy, Duracell Active Charge etc.

Sorry brain fart on my part read it as 'Good old' & with the low capacity assumed they were old so did not read further as had read the first lot u posted.






Edited By: png666 on Dec 04, 2013 21:40

I don't understand?

The 7dayshop 'good to go' batteries are the same similar/same in technology as Sanyo ENELOOP, Panasonic Infinium, Sony Cycle Energy, Duracell Active Charge etc.
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Duracell PreCharged Rechargeable 1950 mAh AA Batteries 4 pack £5.88 delivered @ amazon and sold by icell

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Sold by icell media at Amazon 4 pack are £4.99 + 89p p&p 8 pack are £10.60 + 89p p&p High performance AA 1950 mAh batteries ideal for digital cameras with 100s of charges Come pre-charged…
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pibpob
brianfj1200
thebaron69
these are 'stay-charged 'batteries that stay charged for ages unlike other rechargeable batteries.tlhay are great for things like wii controllers that you might use once a month or torches that you use once in a while.
Yes I totally agree but here are some Panasonic ones that are cheaper and higher power. View full quote
Good price - shame I missed these when I bought Vapextech recently. Unfortunately, though, people have had Duracell advertising drummed into their heads for decades so no doubt think they must be better.

VapexTech are infinitely better! I know this from experience having been one of those that had Duracell advertising drummed into my head since childhood (also gave **** Energizer a try too, their crappy charger is the reason im still looking). Those Panasonic look interesting tho...
I have been using the Panasonic ones for a while now and am well pleased with them (use them in the Wii remotes and such ) I also got the Tronic intelligent charger from Lidle last week for £15 ( I think )
pibpob
brianfj1200
thebaron69
these are 'stay-charged 'batteries that stay charged for ages unlike other rechargeable batteries.tlhay are great for things like wii controllers that you might use once a month or torches that you use once in a while.
Yes I totally agree but here are some Panasonic ones that are cheaper and higher power. View full quote
Good price - shame I missed these when I bought Vapextech recently. Unfortunately, though, people have had Duracell advertising drummed into their heads for decades so no doubt think they must be better.

VapexTech are infinitely better! I know this from experience having been one of those that had Duracell advertising drummed into my head since childhood (also gave **** Energizer a try too, their crappy charger is the reason im still looking). Those Panasonic look interesting tho...
brianfj1200
thebaron69
these are 'stay-charged 'batteries that stay charged for ages unlike other rechargeable batteries.tlhay are great for things like wii controllers that you might use once a month or torches that you use once in a while.
Yes I totally agree but here are some Panasonic ones that are cheaper and higher power. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pre-Charged-Rechargeable-Panasonic-Infinium-Batteries/dp/B0027GYLQE/ref=sr_1_sc_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1384892786&sr=8-2-spell&keywords=panbasonic+infinium
Good price - shame I missed these when I bought Vapextech recently. Unfortunately, though, people have had Duracell advertising drummed into their heads for decades so no doubt think they must be better.
fileexit
you should be aware that this is 1950mAh @ 1.5V. this is equivalent to (for Samsung galaxy battery @ 3.7V) 1950 * 1.5/3.7 = 790mAh.. just thought I should point this out.
It's actually 1950mAh @ 1.2V, and I agree that using Ah rather than Wh (energy) is silly, but you'd have a difficult job getting a phone battery into an AA battery holder so I'm confused about the point you're trying to make.
thanks bigredbucket and u0421793!

just what i wanted to hear, i bring my batteries into work and charge them up during the day with my old charger!
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Duracell PreCharged Rechargeable 1950 mAh AA Batteries - 4-Pack £5.10 + £0.89 UK delivery @ Amazon iCell Media. £5.99

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Those are StayCharged so I guess it's quite sweet deal. Be aware: it shows "In stock" but estimated delivery window is quite wide: Friday 25 Oct 2013 - Wednesday 13 Nov 2013 :p
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£5.95 per four batteries if you buy the 8 pack.
Thanks, not easy getting to nearest Asda, so these are more convenient.
Oneday77
b1g1an
These are the ones that are £3 in Asda if you can find stock.


The Asda ones are 2400mAh, Tesco had teh 1950mAh ones. However as you said stock is very limited so this isn't too bad a deal.

asda have 1300 1950 and 2400 all @ £3
These are the same ones that were a few quid in Tesco, mine were dead, don't charge and don't work they were the fancy ones with the white tops too, pile of junk
Ordered thanks! They were way more expensive than this in our local Asda
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Energizer Intelligent Battery Charger with 4 AA 2000mAh batteries - £13.59 @iCell Media/Amazon.co.uk

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Cheapest I can find for these online with free delivery since the £10 deals have gone off. Gets good reviews. Description also says you get 4 AA 2000mAh batteries.
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Thanks OP this a good deal they are about 20 pound in Argos. I went for the more expensive one hour charger. Doubt there is a cheaper deal wih free delivery!:D
M0nk3h

But £13.59 is not the standard price, £13.99 is the standard price. This is a deal as it is a few pence cheaper. And am I right you pay delivery on 7 Day Shop too?

And can the people voting cold please tell me why? Is there a cheaper deal?

Batteries supplied with this one are not stay-charged type.. so over priced

But £13.59 is not the standard price, £13.99 is the standard price. This is a deal as it is a few pence cheaper. And am I right you pay delivery on 7 Day Shop too?

And can the people voting cold please tell me why? Is there a cheaper deal?

Edited By: M0nk3h on Aug 23, 2013 09:11
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CONTOUR ENERGY REAAA4RTU 4 x AAA Pre-Charged Rechargeable World Best Batteries £4.39 delivered @ iCell Media / Amazon

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You can get hundreds of uses out of each Contour Rechargeable battery.
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are these really THAT good?
purchased 3 weeks ago , ships from abroad was given estimate of 2-3 weeks .. arrived in 4 days . Fatastic service . note all of ours arrived with little power they all needed charging. fantastic batteries !
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Thanks for posting grom10. I added the price and merchant to the title and an image and a brief OP
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Thanks for posting grom10. I added the price and merchant to the title and an image and a brief OP
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