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lidl Rechargeable NiMH Batteries - £1.99

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Choose from 9V block, 4 x AAA, 4 x AA, 2 x C or 2 x D
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#1
I have some tronic nimh - they have given several years good service.

I used to pay more than this for ties in days gone by
#2
Looks good tho only from 12 June at our Lidl

Any idea what the Ah rating is for the AA's?
#3
Pounland have a range not too bad
#4
Most Poundland = NiCd rather than NiMH
ie prone to memory effect/poorer performance.

Got 4 sets of NiMH that I cycle through my (faulty designed, ie wears out the batteries in 2-3 days) AllinOne universal remote control. Only one set has completely failed me - an old Lidl red/yellow set [wrongly thought earlier it was a newer black/silver set] and they might be quite old so guess I shouldn't complain (as I did earlier)...

I want to try those cleverer ones that hold the charge for months instead - more expensive but still such a bargain when compared to disposables.
#5
Only duff batteries I got were from ledshoppe - absolute rubbish
7dayshop are a good source - apart from postage costs
#7
recommended from me - i have several sets AAA AA and C.
seem fine and none failed on me yet - used on bike lights, camera, mp3 etc.
quite high capacity also, think 750 or above for AAA, 2200 or above AA, can't remember for C

at this price I think they're good value.
suspended#8
is this nationwide and from what date is this?
suspended#9
what ratings are the C's?
#10
I bought these batteries last year and they are useless, they loose charge very quickly.

:|Sorry I hate leaving neg. feedback.

I thought they were a good deal at the time and bought them, wish I hadn't bothered.
#11
Spykey
what ratings are the C's?


I bought a few last time out, mainly aa's, they were 2500 capacity and a set of c's which were 4000. I bought 2 pair a couple of years ago of the aa's that were 2100 and the were ok for a few months but are failing me big time now. a pair don't work at all, literally 30 seconds in my camera, the rest are not a great deal better. I have some panasonic ones I bought from morrisons a couple of years ago and they are still going strong, would recommend quality ones for cameras, the tronic ones last a couple of hours in my xbox controllers, thats all they are good for now. Not hot but certainly not cold, you can get some use out of them.
#12
All my previous ones are in the bin, bought about 10 packs over last few occasions, hoping they would improve. Don't last very long once charged and in a device and lose charge extremely quickly if not used immediately.
suspended#13
so no use for r/c cars/truck then?

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