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Kodak AA / AAA Twelve Batteries Pack ( Ten + two free ) - Poundland - £1.00

£1.00 @ PoundLand
Available both in-store and online. Everyday affordable Kodak zinc batteries. These batteries are excellent for devices such as Clocks, remote controls, torches and smoke alarms. 3 year guarantee.… Read More
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Available both in-store and online.

Everyday affordable Kodak zinc batteries. These batteries are excellent for devices such as Clocks, remote controls, torches and smoke alarms. 3 year guarantee. Cadmium free. Mercury Free.

AAA batteries link - http://www.poundland.co.uk/leisure-and-entertainment/batteries/kodak-aaa-zinc-batteries-10-2-free-pack
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1 Like #1
The Sony batteries in poundland in packs of 10, buy one get one half price, are alkaline. I think that's superior to zinc?

Edited By: jenmumof5 on Dec 29, 2016 19:18: typo
#2
they were doing 10 + 6 free and still have some in stock if you look.
#3
Same deal in Tesco
#4
Rubbish. Awful. No longetivity at all.
#5
these batteries are sh
#6
Awful batteries can't believe Kodak put there name on them...
#7
These are much better
http://media-poundland.scdn1.secure.raxcdn.com/catalog/product/cache/1/image/370x/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/5/2/52780_38.jpg


Edited By: babylon on Dec 29, 2016 20:26
#8
Avoid you're lucky if they last a day
#9
avoid zinc batteries unless its really low power
#10
runrabbit
avoid zinc batteries unless its really low power

These don't even last very long in clocks. Worst batteries I've ever bought.
#11
These are utter rubbish and aren't even worth the £1 price tag
#12
They aren't that bad but with zinc chloride batteries they leak so aren't suitable for long term use as it will destroy the terminals if they do, much better in children's toys or something like that.
#13
A terrible thing to use in remote controls, smoke alarms or anything that might be only occasionally used. Zinc batteries should really be outlawed!

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