Panasonic Infinium Ni-Mh Rechargeable - AA (2100 mAh) - 4 Pack for £6.29 @7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Pretty good price delivered

Comparable or better than eneloop,?see link

http://www.which.co.uk/reviews-ns/batteries/compare-batteries/index.jsp

Panasonic's revolutionary INFINIUM battery answers the demand for greater convenience, stability and reliability.
INFINIUM: are the latest generation of rechargeable batteries which are supplied charged and ready to use for improved convenience. Additionally (and perhaps more importantly) Panasonic Infinium batteries will retain their charge for longer than standard Ni-Mh batteries with up to 80% of its capacity remaining after 1 year.

Ready to use: The Infinium batteries are fully charged at the factory. The Infinium batteries can be used immediately after purchase.
Over 365 days Standby Power: After one year of storage, up to 80% (1) of the battery's power is still present.
Battery for life: After 1000 charging cycles (2), Infinium batteries keep their ability to store power this could be a battery for life!
High reliability: Suitable for all appliances where long-term stability and reliability are a priority from remote controls to digital cameras.



Panasonic Infinium batteries are available in AA and AAA size and at this time and we stock Panasonic's Infinium chargers too however these batteries can be used with all good quality battery chargers including our 7dayshop.com battery chargers too !

Similar versions of this extra long-shelf-life battery are marketed by Sanyo as ENELOOP and also Uniross as Hybrio.
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banned#1
Good price.

Will these work with the Kodak c813 if so great price

How do you recharge usb or plug or other or both?
[helper]#2
They will recharge in a battery charger that takes AA batteries............

Not a bad price - If you don't have anything to put the batteries in, I recommend you buy some battery holders as well - then you can charge them up and sling them in a drawer. Unlike normal nimh batteries these should retain their charge for months.......
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=100599
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I am not convinced there is a lot to choose between brands and generic types when it comes to rechargeables, but if you are, then they are a good buy.

The Which test seems to only be rating the batteries AFTER recharging anyway:
"Pre-charged batteries were first tested straight from the shelves to see how they fared but were retested and rated once we had recharged them ourselves as they always performed better."
Well we ALL know that, so, not much of a test to find out how they perform in KEEPING their charge, which after all, IS the reason for buying the new technology ready charged type! Odd ;-)
(It certainly doesn't say much for their more standard [FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]"Panasonic Recharge Accu Power" [/SIZE][/FONT] t[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]ype cells either!)
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If like me you are not so bothered on the brand front, then the www.vapextech.co.uk site does the new technology rechargeables of the same capacity for significantly less, and lower still for buying them in 8's at time.

Either way though, you will, still save a fortune over buying disposables, and these new type batteries are SO much more convenient than the original type NiMH types, which in themselves were streets ahead of the NiCd type! :-)
#4
I'm not sure why you guys think this is a good price product.

I have been buying from aldi/lidl for a good few years on their AA 2100mAh battery for £1.99 a pack (4).
Panasonic claim these batteries will retain better charge after a year than other standard, but for more
than 3x the price of aldi/lidl ones I know which ones I will continue to buy.
#5
I guess the lidl ones are fine as long as you keep them charged, otherwise remember to charge them up a few hours before you know you need them.
#6
Matt007;4240174
I'm not sure why you guys think this is a good price product.
Because if you use them in something that doesn't take much current, or that you don't use very often, then they are.
#7
i think too many people compare the standard nimh batteries with these imho they are different products for diff jobs, 1st of all the newer hybrio types tend to recharge less times.
A remote control or cordless phone which is used often or recharged often shows little benefit from these at twice the price of standard with less recharge cycles.
However A camera, if u are like me take a few phots then shove the camera back in its case for 3 months until next use, these batteries are brill and well worth the extra, also i keep a spare set of these charged ith the camera and they are still charged when i need them 6months later!!
#8
used the aldi/lidle ones not found them very good had throw some out at best they dont seem to hold stated charge going to try these have set of 7 day own brand ones they have been best up to now voted hot hope there ok
#9
I've found the same with the aldi rechargables even on a high end charger some of them seem to be dying/resistant to charge. I have some older Energizer 2500ma/h which still charge and last as they should.

When I try to google GP ReCyko any page with even a link on it seems to be flagged as a threat.
#10
Panasonic rechargable batteries are just amazing :-D, I bought some 2100mAh barreries in Thailand four years ago with a charger and they have amazing life when charged, I use them generally in digital cameras which are normally heavy consumers of power, and have also used them in other devices.

Since buying the Panasonics I bought some Jessops rechargables which are shockingly :w00t: poor :x in comparison so much so that they were returned to the shop after a few uses ;-), I currently still use the 4+ year old Panasonics which still out perform the Jessops effort.

I have since been unable to find Panasonic rechargable batteries in the UK for a reasonable price.

Good batteries and good price - consider this heated :thumbsup:
[helper]#11
Klyken


When I try to google GP ReCyko any page with even a link on it seems to be flagged as a threat.


There is a problem with Google - its doing that for all sites including Google!!
#12
which ones are best to use in wii remotes?
#13
jack4life;4241166
which ones are best to use in wii remotes?
Wii remotes are highish drain and tend to get used often, so while these won't do any harm, they're probably not worth the extra cost in this application.
#14
pibpob;4241206
Wii remotes are highish drain and tend to get used often, so while these won't do any harm, they're probably not worth the extra cost in this application.


might get a set for my wii balance board though
#15
jack4life
which ones are best to use in wii remotes?


If you don't use your WII very often then these are good. If you use it frequently then cheaper ones will do . If you have a WII remote stand with built in charging with the adapted battery cover then cheaper ones will do.
#16
I bought some Uniross Hybrio 4x 2100mAh AA batteries from Homebase for £2 reduced from £4.98.
Might be worth checking your local store.
#17
i recommend the vaporex ones .....i use them for 360 and wii remotes.... and they give very long life after manyhousrs usage..... Although not so good with kifd toy dog..... although i think htat the same with all rechargables.....
#18
andy math;4240797
used the aldi/lidle ones not found them very good had throw some out at best they dont seem to hold stated charge going to try these have set of 7 day own brand ones they have been best up to now voted hot hope there ok


Klyken;4241016
I've found the same with the aldi rechargables even on a high end charger some of them seem to be dying/resistant to charge. I have some older Energizer 2500ma/h which still charge and last as they should.

When I try to google GP ReCyko any page with even a link on it seems to be flagged as a threat.


First of all... Google had problems yesterday..... so that's why almost ANYTHING was producing a page warning of a threat! I wasn't online very much yesterday so didn't see it!
see:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7862840.stm

I also agree about ALdi and Lidl rechargeables being the poorest I have had! I still have some, but have actually thrown some one, the ONLY ones I have ever needed to chuck away.
Otherwise I am a bit Aldi & Lidl fan, and even have a Lidl charger which I use most of the time.

For those confusing the new technology type batteries, with the standard NiMH types, you either need to take our advice, and try them, or ignore it and use disposables! It is as simple as that - the good news is, it costs very little to try out, as you will in that case already have a charger you can use, and AA new tech batteries are from about £1.25 each, so not the biggest gamble!

The common complaint about using rechargeables: your gadget has flat batteries, you go to the drawer for some to replace them and they are DEAD :-( I found I was using MORE and MORE disposables, to the point it was costing me a fortune again. If that is your interpretation of rechargeables, then you will see what I am on about.

No such problem with the new-technology type.. they are a little less powerful than the better type standard NiMH ones, but the difference is, they WORK :-)

If you have really high power needs, then the standard ones are STILL the better option, but you need other ways of getting round the "dead in the drawer" problem - either you become obsessive about checking them every week and recharging, or you get a 15 minute charger so you can charge them quickly - although they won't last very long this way - but it is still cheaper than disposables :-)
#19
Bird_Man;4241076
Panasonic rechargable batteries are just amazing :-D,


I think the nervous reaction to Panasonic batteries in this country is inevitable... the disposable Panasonic batteries on sale in this country are generally the cheapest poorest wastes of money available, so inevitably few will see the argument that their rechargeables (of any type) as a good idea!
Odd, as I am a fan of Panasonic gear, most of the stuff in my living room is Panasonic, but I cringe when I see Panasonic batteries and think "Pound shop" or "car boot sale" :-(
#20
nihcaj;4247445
I found I was using MORE and MORE disposables, to the point it was costing me a fortune again.
And don't forget the environmental impact - I believe it uses about fifty times the energy contained in a disposable battery to make it. We can't afford to be that selfish nowadays.
#21
I have found these are so much better for my Wii and 360 pads than regular high capacity NIMH batteries or the Play and Charge Pack. I sometimes don't play for a month and I always seemed to end up having to charge my batteries or steal the single use ones from the TV remote when I actually got round to playing. I have recently become a bit addicted to Fallout 3 and got over 70 hours of gaming in the course of two months from 2 of these. When they ran out I had the other two were still sat there ready to go. Compared to the Play and Charge pack (about 15-20 hours) they are far better and you can just swap them over rather than having to plug the wire in. With normal NIMH batteries they always seem to have drained themselves faster than I can use them.
#22
nihcaj
I think the nervous reaction to Panasonic batteries in this country is inevitable... the disposable Panasonic batteries on sale in this country are generally the cheapest poorest wastes of money available, so inevitably few will see the argument that their rechargeables (of any type) as a good idea!
Odd, as I am a fan of Panasonic gear, most of the stuff in my living room is Panasonic, but I cringe when I see Panasonic batteries and think "Pound shop" or "car boot sale" :-(


I agree with that you'd have thought they might use a different brand for those type of batteries.

As a one time heavy cordless user I noticed a massive difference when B&D stopped using their own rubbish NiCads in Elu drills (later rebranded to DeWalt) and switched to Panasonic.
#23
interesting deal - added this as i need some batteries soon!
#24
back in stock again

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