Panasonic Infinium Ni-Mh Rechargeable (Ready to Use) - AAA (800 mAh) - 4 Pack £5.19 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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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.
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These are the kind of batteries to buy.
Their Good To Go AAA's don't seem to be in stock, so these are the next best alternative.

Simon Wallace
Their Good To Go AAA's don't seem to be in stock, so these are the next best alternative.


Yeah. I ordered some before Christmas, only to get an OOS email. So these look the best bet.
Seeing as Amazon Marketplace are now allowable, these are a good alternative too:
6 for a similar price, so better value, although the Panasonic ones are still a good buy and voted hot.

Edited By: nihcaj on Jan 11, 2011 22:15: corrected link

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