Kodak Extra Heavy Duty AAA batteries- 10 pack only 25p instore only @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Was in Tesco Durham today and the Kodak 10 pack of Extra Heavy Duty AAA batteries was reduced to 25p a pack.
Not sure if its store specific
Barcode is 041773946805
Start stocking up for all those Xmas presents that require batteries!!!!!!
There is no direct link as Tesco online dont sell them so its pointless directing you there!!
I know the pic shows a 20 pack but its all I could find!! This is for a 10 pack
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#1
Make no mistake, these Zinc Chloride batteries are only useful for remote controls and other low power drain devices!

[SIZE=4]They are [SIZE=5][COLOR=Red]not [/COLOR][/SIZE]useable in torches, MP3 players, wireless keyboards/mice, etc...[/SIZE]
#2
is it nationwide
#3
These are quite awful.........
[helper]#4
LOL people.....25p for TEN AAA batteries by Kodak - they might not be energizers but they are about 5% of the price. Fantastic value for basic appliances like remotes and electronics. Absolute bargain. Hot.
#5
5% of the price = 5% of the power!
[helper]#6
Locko
5% of the price = 5% of the power!


Don't be stupid.....these would be fine for remotes etc.

People on this forum make me laugh.
#7
these are rubbish - even for remote controls - did buy some a while back and put them in our sky+ remote and only lasted couple of days
#8
I have used them in all my remotes and they last a good while. I dont know....just no pleasing some people. Come on....25p for 10???? These are the Extra Heavy duty not the normal run of the mill alkaline batteries. These are Zinc Chloride 1.5V.:thinking:
#9
JPS
Don't be stupid.....these would be fine for remotes etc.

People on this forum make me laugh.


LOL:p
#10
I used some of these in a camera and I managed to take one photo with the flash before they died.
#11
SUMMONER
Make no mistake, these Zinc Chloride batteries are only useful for remote controls and other low power drain devices!

[SIZE=4]They are [SIZE=5][COLOR=Red]not [/COLOR][/SIZE]useable in torches, MP3 players, wireless keyboards/mice, etc...[/SIZE]


I get these from Poundland and Use them in my Logitech Revolution Wireless Mouse and have no problems.:? Yeah they dont last more than a few months, but its so cheap that it doesnt matter.:thumbsup:
#12
alexandercooper
I get these from Poundland and Use them in my Logitech Revolution Wireless Mouse and have no problems.:? Yeah they dont last more than a few months, but its so cheap that it doesnt matter.:thumbsup:

Thank you for your support. I dont expect them to last for hours with continuous use, but to keep as spares, or use in remotes, a mouse or other small devices, then at 25p...so what.:thumbsup:
#13
These are the type of battery that you SHOULD be putting in your remote control because these are the very devices that these batteries are DESIGNED for, horses for courses and all that. Your remote control can manage just fine without a super-charged lithium ion plutonium crystal battery. Hot :thumbsup:
#14
Good deal. These are £1 at the pound stores.
#15
Ok. I hardly use batterys like these..Picked these up in £land last week for you know how much...

Plugged in wii controller and it only lit up 1 light..i think it usually lights up the power with another brand ..not this ..

but great price.. Probably because they are not good...heat added.
#16
:oops:thanks guys for all your support! Blooming hot in ere! I know it's not for everyone but just like to say thanks for all hot votes ...... Hottest I av ever been
#17
i use these in all my sons toys and they last ages, just as long as other makes
HOT:thumbsup:
#18
MadonnaProject
Good deal. These are £1 at the pound stores.


£1 at the pound store :w00t: You're having a laff :-D
#19
ivybob
these are rubbish - even for remote controls - did buy some a while back and put them in our sky+ remote and only lasted couple of days


Are you sure about that, Sky remotes use 2xAA batteries NOT AAA.....
#20
"They are not useable in torches, MP3 players, wireless keyboards/mice, etc..."

Whilst I generally agree with that statement, if you have a voltage regulator in your torch you might get good mileage. My AAA CREE Q5 can get about half an hour at full output (around 80-90 lumens) with one of these batteries, and these batteries are lighter than alkaline batteries so they could find a use for some people.
#21
BodZorg
£1 at the pound store :w00t: You're having a laff :-D


:thumbsup:
#22
These are utter rubbish - don't waste your time with them, let alone your money.
#23
dwl99
These are utter rubbish - don't waste your time with them, let alone your money.

Funny, a lot of people dont agree with you. I use these all the time and have no problem with them in my remotes. You get what you pay for (a measly 25p) and I dont expect fantastic use out of them, but they are not 'rubbish'.:x
#24
liddlefeesh
and these batteries are lighter than alkaline batteries so they could find a use for some people.


I agree. Those alkaline ones are REALLY heavy. All those OAPs will be so happy to be able to manage to carry their remote now instead having to get their grandson to postion it on the arm of the chair for them.
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For people complaining that they don't last in anything, it's because you're using them wrong. These batteries are Zinc Chloride NOT designed to power your Wiimote, your torch, your GBA, your speakers, your MP3 player or (insert any other high drain appliance here) - they're designed for the incredibly low drain appliances, such as TV remotes, alarm clocks etc. If you want to power a high drain appliance, use an Alkaline battery.

I use these in my TV remotes and they've lasted about 6 months so far. So therefore, for 25p these are HOT.

On a side note, if you don't want to spend 25p on these, try using your normal Alkaline batteries in a low drain appliance after a high drain appliance says they're empty. For example, if you've been using a pair of Alkaline batteries in your torch, after they run out put them in your alarm clock (as long as it's just a clock with nothing fancy in it like a radio) or your TV remote. You'll find it lasts absolutely yonks.
#26
SUMMONER
Make no mistake, these Zinc Chloride batteries are only useful for remote controls and other low power drain devices!

[SIZE=4]They are [SIZE=5][COLOR=Red]not [/COLOR][/SIZE]useable in torches, MP3 players, wireless keyboards/mice, etc...[/SIZE]


Agreed, tried some and they are total rubbish!
#27
G0OSE;6132454
Agreed, tried some and they are total rubbish!

They are not rubbish, just not suitable for high drain devices.

Every tool/device has it's purpose. The purpose of Zinc Chloride batteries is it to power clocks, emergency door lights, remote controls etc...
#28
I think its a great price, its hot from me...:thumbsup:
#29
As long as you use these for the correct device they are fine, just not that great as a multi purpose battery. I replaced old duracell with these in my cat flap. The thing beeped as soon as I put them in indicating the batteries were low :(
#30
For forks sake! JUST USE THEM FOR REMOTES AND CLOCKS ETC! Stop acting like a bunch of little tossers. ZOMGZ! THEY CANNOT GIVE ME ENOUGH POWER FOR MY TOTOYA PRIUS! Thank you for this offer. Heat added. I am going to go down Tescos tomorrow and buy some. Then put them in every one of my remote controls just so I don't have to bother about new ones when they run out.
#31
pinkstacey
As long as you use these for the correct device they are fine, just not that great as a multi purpose battery. I replaced old duracell with these in my cat flap. The thing beeped as soon as I put them in indicating the batteries were low :(


Why do you need to put batteries in your cat flap? :? It's... a flap. Is your cat insanely weak and need assistance or something :P
#32
lareneg
Why do you need to put batteries in your cat flap? :? It's... a flap. Is your cat insanely weak and need assistance or something :P


Come on mister silly u know it's one of those specials ones which lets only your cats in and out lolololololololol.
#33
We bought a whole heap of kodak AA batteries (alkaline) from an offer posted up here last year - possibly the worst batteries we've ever had in our household. They suck. We lob the used ones into Eric's rosebed when he's out (better that than landfill - we like to think ourselves as green warriors) - we'd prefer to lob used Duracells but I guess we will need to wait longer for a decent offer.....
#34
PortlandBill
I used some of these in a camera and I managed to take one photo with the flash before they died.


And then a pig flew past.....................ha ha ha:thumbsup:
#35
Steal, thanks!

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