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Recharable batteries only £2.49 for 900mAh AAA / 2300mAh AA @ Aldi

£2.49 @ ALDI
4 pack of rechargable NiMH AA or AAA batteries Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
4 pack of rechargable NiMH AA or AAA batteries
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#1
yh.. how many?
#2
Packs of 4... been around for a while but a decent bargain none the less!
#3
How many how many how many?
#4
sorry for a pack of 4 - description altered
#5
I've used these and they are quite good quality. Charged mine loads of times already LOADS LOADS LOADS. and still going strong. Better than the cheap so called AA 2500 nimh ones I bought off fleabay. Heat added!
1 Like #6
The Aldi rechargeable batteries are top quality :thumbsup:. I use them in everything and they hold their charge for ages. I'm already into 50+ charges on some of them and they're still going strong. They've even outlasted my much more expensive Duracell 2500mAh batteries which I've since had to bin. Just stock up on these, buy a decent charger and you'll not need to bother about buying batteries again for years.
#7
such a shame i dont have aldi in my local area >< plenty of lidl tho i just bought a pack of 4 duracell 2650mah £4.97 delivered off ebay.
#8
is this a 'special' i.e. will only have them in for a limited time?
1 Like #9
redjay1
is this a 'special' i.e. will only have them in for a limited time?


I have been buying these for the last couple of years, never any problems. But i'm sure the price keeps switching from £2.49 and £2.99. (Tthe rating has gone up on them too, I know some were 2100mAh or less)
#10
sounds good for the money.... hot
#11
I ordered 4 AA 2300mAh batteries today from deal extreme for £2.19 delivered. Don't know how they would compare though.
#12
I tried to look for these batteries, I cannot find it, please can any one post direct linl.

Thanks.
#13
what brand?
#14
RHodgett
I ordered 4 AA 2300mAh batteries today from deal extreme for £2.19 delivered. Don't know how they would compare though.
It wasn't these was it? - http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.7138

Buying those would be throwing your money away on scrap metal.
#15
Will check this out on Tuesday, thanks for this!
#16
I got some of these a few weeks back for £1.99, so they have had quite a large price hike. But they are still good value compare to whats currently around.
#17
Yeah, I have been buying these for a while now as well. Previously at £1.99 til recently. Good price even at £2.49 though. Also worth mentioning that the size 'C' and 'D' rechargeable 2 packs are at this price which is also a good deal!!
#18
Isabhai
I tried to look for these batteries, I cannot find it, please can any one post direct linl.

Thanks.


no direct link aldi doesnt do online sales you'll have to go to a store:thumbsup:
#19
RHodgett
I ordered 4 AA 2300mAh batteries today from deal extreme for £2.19 delivered. Don't know how they would compare though.


I'd guess dealextremes 2300 nimh are probably the equivelent to about 1200 nimh battries of a reasonable quality. Lots of Dealextreme haters out there but I am not one of them. They are ok if you don't expect too much from their products.
#20
Burty
I'd guess dealextremes 2300 nimh are probably the equivelent to about 1200 nimh battries of a reasonable quality. Lots of Dealextreme haters out there but I am not one of them. They are ok if you don't expect too much from their products.
The DX batteries I linked to barely hold any charge, maybe 150 mAh.
#21
Can I replace my cordless phone 700 mAh Ni-Cd batteries with these?

Ta ever so.
#22
Bobbins
Can I replace my cordless phone 700 mAh Ni-Cd batteries with these?

Ta ever so.


cant see why not

Kerch
The DX batteries I linked to barely hold any charge, maybe 150 mAh.



there loads of good stuff on DX but batterries arent one of them Im afraid
#23
Got some down my local ALDI today, will try them out. Been using Energiser ones for a few years, great battery's, but almost x4 dearer.

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