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Panasonic EVOiA - AA - 4 Pack - WORLDS LONGEST LASTING ALKALINE AA £2.99 + free delivery @ 7dayshop Recognised by "Guiness World Records"

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£2.99 + free delivery triple aaa is £2.89 Recognised by "Guiness World Records" as the "Worlds No.1 Long Lasting" Panasonic EVOiA batteries set new standards in Alkaline technology and performanc…
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triple aaa is £2.89
Recognised by "Guiness World Records" as the "Worlds No.1 Long Lasting" Panasonic EVOiA batteries set new standards in Alkaline technology and performance.
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The world's No. 1 long lasting AA alkaline battery, according to the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS !
After exhaustive tests of various AA alkaline batteries, GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS have established which battery outperforms its competitors on all the common industry tests. It's the new Evoia battery from Panasonic.

So if performance matters and you're looking for a battery that won't let you down, choose the new Evoia from Panasonic.
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#1
...and still a waste of money and an environment wrecker when compared to rechargeables :-(
#2
nihcaj
...and still a waste of money and an environment wrecker when compared to rechargeables :-(


Oh please!

Your like the person in that old tv ad where the guys car wont start and your leaning over the fence saying dodgy solenoid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#3
Forgot to say hot deal,heat and rep left.
#4
Jono1;6499654
Oh please!

Your like the person in that old tv ad where the guys car wont start and your leaning over the fence saying dodgy solenoid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


No, just someone with too little money, but who can count and who can economise!
(That includes exclamation marks!) :whistling:

The difference in your analogy is that unlike the solenoid, nothing about the choice of batteries is broken It is a lot simpler than that - rechargeables are THE better value option, almost ALWAYS; usually MUCH more convenient, unless you particularly LIKE shopping for batteries that is; and as a side effect of it all (for which I will be long gone, so it means nothing to me personally) it may also help the planet to be more inhabitable!

Odd reaction - I thought that was EXACTLY what this entire site was about, getting good value and saving money!
#5
Nothing wrong with my mathamatics,I wanted to put 18 exclamation marks and 18 there are:p

I will give you the “Rechargeables are better value” :thumbsup:because they obviously are but convenient they are not!

You missed my point with the analogy of the TV advert, the guy on the TV advert is really annoying and when anyone posts a battery deal we are all just waiting for the really annoying person to post back how ungreen they are:p

Also the point of this site is to post items at the lowest price available not how green they are or are not.

For instance if someone posted a half price 3.0l Jaguar I bet you would post back how uneconomical and bad for the planet it was and a 1.4tdci Ford Fiesta would be a much better buy!
Ever crossed your mind that they might prefer a bargain Jaguar than a expensive Fiesta!

So stop moaning about the green issue and come back with where you have found these batteries at a cheaper price, which I doubt you can do.

Once again hot deal.
#6
Jono1;6500518
Nothing wrong with my mathamatics,I wanted to put 18 exclamation marks and 18 there are:p

I will give you the “Rechargeables are better value” :thumbsup:because they obviously are but convenient they are not!

You missed my point with the analogy of the TV advert, the guy on the TV advert is really annoying and when anyone posts a battery deal we are all just waiting for the really annoying person to post back how ungreen they are:p

Also the point of this site is to post items at the lowest price available not how green they are or are not.

For instance if someone posted a half price 3.0l Jaguar I bet you would post back how uneconomical and bad for the planet it was and a 1.4tdci Ford Fiesta would be a much better buy!
Ever crossed your mind that they might prefer a bargain Jaguar than a expensive Fiesta!

So stop moaning about the green issue and come back with where you have found these batteries at a cheaper price, which I doubt you can do.

Once again hot deal.


So many people have made the argument about rechargeable vs. disposable, and even though the economics of it all never work out in favour of disposables, almost ALL of them have come up with stronger arguments than this one, so 1/10 "Must try harder" would be a fair mark. If you had read some of those you would have seen those better points of view.
You seem to have a funny idea about the point of posting on this site too, pretty much all threads discuss alternatives of all sorts, so why would THIS one be any different! Interesting angle, but it's simply the defence of those with a weak argument, along the lines of: "I can't win the argument, so lets ban the discussion!"

As to the green issue, Moaning? Well, if you had read my post, you would see I don't really care that much... I really don't - I won't be here to worry about it, but money, well, I worry about having enough all the time, so I don't chuck it about. If you don't want to economise, well, you just go ahead and be my guest, keep chucking - I am talking to those that are able to see the point, perhaps they prefer spending less, and perhaps they might care about how people are being encouraged to pollute the planet and waste energy too.

That said, this is a waste of energy too now... those who want to save money might have took the point by now, and might read some of the much better threads on batteries - where discussion on things like best chargers, best battery types, and on the newer technology batteries in particular which ARE more convenient than disposables, and will happily sit in the drawer for months, ready to use - yet pay for themselves on just the second use.

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