Panasonic Infinium Ni-Mh Rechargeable (Ready To Use) - AA (2100 mAh) - 4 Pack - £5.39 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop - 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.
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#1
http://www.fotonmag.cz/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/panasonic_infinium_2100.jpg



Edited By: Shock on Feb 19, 2011 17:54
2 Likes #2
These are the one's to go for...How often do you find your recharged batteries let you down due to self discharge?
1 Like #3
zippy22
These are the one's to go for...How often do you find your recharged batteries let you down due to self discharge?

I totally agree. This is the way forward.
#4
plus 1% quidco or 2.02% topcashback
#5
These seem a decent price, but best value Low Self Discharge ones around at the moment seem to be the Recycko ones at Amazon Marketplace (100% retailer!)
http://www.amazon.co.uk/GP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh/dp/B002TQDVMC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1298207221&sr=1-1
6 x AAs for £7.39 delieverd
3 Likes #6
These ones are £5.40 delivered and 2300mA, good reviews too:

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/aa2300.jpg

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html#a18

Edited By: mccririck on Mar 16, 2011 08:26
#7
mccririck
These ones are £5.40 delivered and 2300mA, good reviews too:

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/aa2300.jpg

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html#a18



Looks a good deal that and free delivery and in the UK so no waiting a week for stuff to arrive, cheers for posting that was looking for some as the other half has just had a camera that takes AA's and needed a decent set of rechargables these should do nicely.
#8
Excellent batteries, and as mentioned this gets over the previous disadvantage with using Rechargables, which is fairly quick self-discharge, in other words not being able to charge too far in advance of actual use, as they will have lost a lot of their power.I find that these type of batteries are brilliant in digital camera's, although actually I'm using 7 Dayshop's Good 2 Go AA's, which were recommend to me by a fellow HUKD member.
£4.69 for 4, and also rated 2100mAh
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341
Heat added BTW
#9
I paid 6+ few months back and these are much better thn the new generation of duracell nimh. voted hot.
#10
heat added cheers needed some of these
#11
Definitely agree these are awesome batteries. Much better than the Duracell nimhs!!!
#12
Will a fast (1 hour) charger damage these batteries?... I have a fast charger at home, but wondering if I should invest in a slower one.
#13
Can anyone recommend a charger or pack for/with these type of batteries? Would be great if the charger could do AAA's too. Thanks
#14
mccririck
These ones are £5.40 delivered and 2300mA, good reviews too:

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/aa2300.jpg

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html#a18



mccririck - Can you post this Vapextech link as a deal please? I have been looking for a cheap source for these cells ever since reading that bulk test review (this is the review that also panned those 7 day shop "good to go" cells).

Thx to the OP for the Panny deal - have some heat. These cells do well in that bulk test, but the Vapextech cells do best and those are the ones I want.
1 Like #15
Asda are doing twin packs of
Enegizer accu 2450 mah AA batteries
for £1.20 thats 60p per battery
#16
Vapextech seems to be very GOOD!
qyestionmark
mccririck
These ones are £5.40 delivered and 2300mA, good reviews too:

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/aa2300.jpg

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html#a18



mccririck - Can you post this Vapextech link as a deal please? I have been looking for a cheap source for these cells ever since reading that bulk test review (this is the review that also panned those 7 day shop "good to go" cells).

Thx to the OP for the Panny deal - have some heat. These cells do well in that bulk test, but the Vapextech cells do best and those are the ones I want.
#17
nobby91010
Asda are doing twin packs of
Enegizer accu 2450 mah AA batteries
for £1.20 thats 60p per battery


I would post that as a deal then, with a nice picture of course! :D
#18
KitKatFox
nobby91010
Asda are doing twin packs of
Enegizer accu 2450 mah AA batteries
for £1.20 thats 60p per battery


I would post that as a deal then, with a nice picture of course! :D


That's a good price for a bog standard NiMH. It should be noted though that they are old technology, and not the newer LSD (low self discharge) types like the Panasonics and VapexTech being discussed here....... Nothing wrong with that, it's just apples and pears. FWIW it was posted here recently that Asda were selling Sanyo Eneloops (which are LSD) at a good price.

Edited By: qyestionmark on Mar 16, 2011 12:49
#19
2sheds
Will a fast (1 hour) charger damage these batteries?... I have a fast charger at home, but wondering if I should invest in a slower one.

IMHO the battery charger is just as important as the batteries. I've tried to save money with 'cheap' ones before and lost out. It's not a matter of getting a slower one but a good one (which will be slower). The best charge each cell separately and have the facility to discharge before charging. The one I have is no longer sold by 7dayshop (but was their own branded version of this http://www.batterycity.co.uk/vanson_speedy_box_with_intelligent_charge_control-p-1053.html but was about £15 I think). I am sure I have seen that is one of the best ones around

http://www.best-battery-charger.co.uk/

It may seem a lot but your batteries will last longer with one like this and will probably end up with higher capacity (last longer)
#20
maxcovergold
Can anyone recommend a charger or pack for/with these type of batteries? Would be great if the charger could do AAA's too. Thanks


I am using these with 7dayshop 1 hour charger (v6500) and cant see any problem.
#21
http://www.amazon.co.uk/GP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh/dp/B002TQDVMC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1300283975&sr=1-1

are currently the best value LSD type rechargeables @ £1.23 each.
You won't notice the difference between any of the brands in practice, they are all good, and leave disposables standing.
#22
nihcaj
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FGP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh%2Fdp%2FB002TQDVMC%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26s%3Delectronics%26qid%3D1300283975%26sr%3D1-1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/GP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh/dp/B002TQDVMC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1300283975&sr=1-1[/url]

are currently the best value LSD type rechargeables @ £1.23 each
You won't notice the difference between any of the brands in practice, they are all good, and leave disposables standing.



Hope u are right, just ordered some.

Will blame u if they are poor. Hahaha.
#23
kzee
maxcovergold
Can anyone recommend a charger or pack for/with these type of batteries? Would be great if the charger could do AAA's too. Thanks

I am using these with 7dayshop 1 hour charger (v6500) and cant see any problem.

You won't see a difference unless you have some way of measuring the charge in the battery or you see how long it lasts in a device compared to batteries charged in a different unit. I thought mine was okay-ish until I got a 'good' charger and I am getting at least 5 times as long out of them. Even one which was supposedly an intelligent was rubbish. Any charger will put some charge in - it is just a matter of how much and how much/little damage it does to the batteries in the process.
#24
eddieshore
nihcaj
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FGP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh%2Fdp%2FB002TQDVMC%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26s%3Delectronics%26qid%3D1300283975%26sr%3D1-1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/GP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh/dp/B002TQDVMC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1300283975&sr=1-1[/url]

are currently the best value LSD type rechargeables @ £1.23 each
You won't notice the difference between any of the brands in practice, they are all good, and leave disposables standing.



Hope u are right, just ordered some.

Will blame u if they are poor. Hahaha.


Got some of just about every brand around and ALL of them beat the standard rechargeables for most purposes, so none are a bad deal! :-)

Edited By: nihcaj on Mar 16, 2011 18:17
banned#25
I have a Uniross sprint 90 charger, how does that measure up as far as chargers go? Would that be the one to avoid using with these batteries?
#26
lol!!!

new tech thats 3-4 years old, lol

Edited By: royals on Mar 16, 2011 18:57
1 Like #27
nihcaj
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FGP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh%2Fdp%2FB002TQDVMC%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26s%3Delectronics%26qid%3D1300283975%26sr%3D1-1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/GP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh/dp/B002TQDVMC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1300283975&sr=1-1[/url]

are currently the best value LSD type rechargeables @ £1.23 each.
You won't notice the difference between any of the brands in practice, they are all good, and leave disposables standing.


wrong!!!!!!!!!! they are not the same....thats like saying all cars are the same

vapextech are by far the best imo.....i have >300 nimh rechargeables...including 200ish vapextech ones.

Edited By: royals on Mar 16, 2011 18:59
#28
Thanks have just ordered
#29
royals
nihcaj
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FGP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh%2Fdp%2FB002TQDVMC%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26s%3Delectronics%26qid%3D1300283975%26sr%3D1-1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/GP-ReCyko-Rechargeable-Batteries-2100mAh/dp/B002TQDVMC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1300283975&sr=1-1[/url]

are currently the best value LSD type rechargeables @ £1.23 each.
You won't notice the difference between any of the brands in practice, they are all good, and leave disposables standing.



wrong!!!!!!!!!! they are not the same....thats like saying all cars are the same

vapextech are by far the best imo.....i have >300 nimh rechargeables...including 200ish vapextech ones.


No I didn't say that.

I say you will NOT notice the difference in practical use. The number you have is not terribly significant, tell you what, fetch me a box of sets of batteries in six brands, and six different devices, I will fill them with your batteries, and seal the covers..... you tell me in a months time which ones they are! You won't know, as you simply just don't notice that much between them, it's not like comparing zinc-carbon batteries to alkaline or VHS video to Bluray.
#30
This is the battery charger I have (paired with the Panasonic Infinium batteries)... a little expensive but has served me just great for the last 3 years..

http://www.batterylogic.co.uk/technoline/technoline-BL700.asp

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