Rechargeable AA (2100mAh) "GOOD TO GO" (Hybrio, Eneloop etc.) Ni-Mh Batteries x4 in FREE Case, PRICE NOW £3.99 & less, Delivered @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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As I posted last month, but the price has dropped.

Hybrio / Eneloop type AA batteries. i.e. they are charged and ready to use, and hold their charge for up to a year.
Bargain price if they perform similar to Hybrios etc. I've used 7ds batteries for many years and found them reliable and well performing.

Price reduces if you order multiples (e.g. ranging from £3.99 for 1 pack down to £3.49 for 10). Includes postage.

"JUST ARRIVED BY POPULAR DEMAND - 7dayshop.com Good TO GO batteries arrive pre-charged and ready to use. Additionally they hold their charge for longer times than traditional Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries and can be recharged up to 1,000 times...
7dayshop.com "GOOD TO GO" are the similar/same in technology as Sanyo ENELOOP, Panasonic Infinium, Uniross Hybrio, GP Recyko, Sony Cycle Energy, Duracell Active Charge, Hama Ready 4 Power and Camlink's Ready 2 Go batteries - Only Much Better Value of Course !!
Ni-Mh (nickel metal hydride) type batteries are favoured by demanding users as they are memory free and offer superb performance over traditional Ni-Cad rechargeable and also single-use Alkaline types. These 7dayshop.com batteries are compatible with all good quality chargers and equipment types too.

AA size batteries are also known as LR6, LR06 and MN1500

These AA batteries are supplied with a FREE plastic (semi-transparent) storage case, which will help to look after your batteries and also prevent possibly dangerous short-circuits in your pocket or case etc. These cases are modular and can be linked together to provide a larger/longer case. We also sell these cases separately (and in differing colours) to help with battery rotation etc.

Ask yourself why Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries becoming so very popular ?
Because using rechargeable batteries will save you hundreds of £££'s over using "single-use" batteries. They cost only a few pence to re-charge and can be used again and again (up to 1,000 times in fact). Very often they offer better performance than even the best one time use alkaline batteries on the market today. The charging technology has also moved forward and it is now possible to re-charge Ni-Mh batteries in much shorter times than was possible before and a big extra plus is that they are also kinder to the environment as you are not throwing batteries away to landfill sites.
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#1
I have some of these, seem excellent so far, haven't seen better value delivered, yet.
#2
excellent price, ordered thanks
#3
Are these the same or better than the duracell active Charge or Engerizer rechargeables?

I missed out on the previous offer: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/516714/duracell-rechargable-active-charge-

Also, will these charge in an Energizer charger?
#4
Also, will these charge in an Energizer charger?


Yes, they will.

I used some of these for a while and they are as good as any other 2100 AA rechargeable batteries.
#5
Higher mAh (2500) for £4.49 del from same trader
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/544521/pifco-rechargeable-ni-mh-battery-aa
#6
Higher mAh (2500) for £4.49 del from same trader
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/54452...-mh-battery-aa

But these are the new ones. They come ready charged and hold the charge for a long time, although it seems to vary with type. The original Ni-Mh batteries will discharge themselves with time, sometimes just weeks. These are lower notional capacity, but its horse for courses, if you will charge then use in high drain use normal, might be better, but if you want to charge and leave them in a drawer till needed, or use them in something with low drain/rarely switched on, these could be a better bet.
#7
lilmuppets
Higher mAh (2500) for £4.49 del from same trader
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/54452...-mh-battery-aa

But these are the new ones. They come ready charged and hold the charge for a long time, although it seems to vary with type. The original Ni-Mh batteries will discharge themselves with time, sometimes just weeks. These are lower notional capacity, but its horse for courses, if you will charge then use in high drain use normal, might be better, but if you want to charge and leave them in a drawer till needed, or use them in something with low drain/rarely switched on, these could be a better bet.


you've hit the nail on the head there. These are "hybrid" rechargeables, and the fact that they hold charge for a long time, a year or so, means that their lower mAh rating is less important.

But, if your needs do suit standard type rechargeables, I can recommend the 7dayshop 2700mAh as I have half a dozen sets and they're still going strong.
#9


I don't think so!!!! 800mAh for AA ? unbelievably low rating, I thought only AAA came that low.

Cheaper per battery, yes, but they're not going to perform anywhere close to the 2100mAh above.

Untrumped!
#10
Apologies, you are correct. Who on earth are they aiming these at? At least with 7DS, their packaging might be minimal (good thing), but all the products I've had from them I've found to be honest.
#11
decided to get some, heat added.
banned#12
I saw the picture and thought it was some really nice looking mints :p

Anyway do these come with the charger ? Might pick some up if they do
#13
ryman1000
I saw the picture and thought it was some really nice looking mints :p

Anyway do these come with the charger ? Might pick some up if they do


this deal is just for batteries. not sure if these get bundled with a charger anywhere else on 7DS, but they do many many chargers, for all budgets. (I don't have one from them though, as I was very naive and paid £££'s for an original Olympus charger when I bought my 1st digital camera many years ago. Oh well, at least it's still going strong).
#14
ordered these the last time, pretty good

ordered again , thanks
#15
Thanks!

Ordered 2 sets :)
#16
Thanks ordered 2 packs :)

Also ordered 2 packs of AAA :)
#17
Can anyone recommend a good charger for these?

The only charger I have is a cheap Energeizer one I got from Argos a while back.
#18
Can you use the bog standard charger with these batteries?
#19
ordered and heat added. will do nicely for my wii controllers!
#20
Argh, why do people confuse these batteries with inferior or normal rechargeable batteries!?

I have a number of Hybrio AA and AAA batteries and they are nothing short of fantastic. They keep their charge really well and have not had to throw any away in well over a year of really heavy use.

Absolutely excellent find, many thanks. Will order a lot!

ps. yes you can use a normal charger, or at least, I have with no side effects
pps. should edit the deal to include AAA set which is the same price
#21
Great! I actually never had a clue that they made batteries like this lol. It's going to be great for the Wii, cameras, ps3 remote etc!

Rep left.
#22
yes you can definitely use a standard charger.
#23
[SIZE="3"][SIZE="2"]Might be worth adding this Charger to the same order (got one it's excellent) :thumbsup:[/SIZE][/SIZE]

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=106589
#24
Ordered, hope they're as good as you guys think!

HOT
#25
zermattbusby
[SIZE="3"][SIZE="2"]Might be worth adding this Charger to the same order (got one it's excellent) :thumbsup:[/SIZE][/SIZE]

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=106589


CRIPES thats cheap, I still use my Energizer 15 min charger which is brilliant for Xbox emergencies, although 2 of my old Uniross batteries and 2 of my 2700mAh 7dayshop ones now won't charge in it :(
#26
joshtbh
CRIPES thats cheap, I still use my Energizer 15 min charger which is brilliant for Xbox emergencies, although 2 of my old Uniross batteries and 2 of my 2700mAh 7dayshop ones now won't charge in it :(


Yeh... tbh, the one I recommend above is an all night job ! however from what I understand, rapidly charging batteries will reduce the life (even more so with the Hybrio's)
#27
thesimpsons_uk;7085522
Great! I actually never had a clue that they made batteries like this lol. It's going to be great for the Wii, cameras, ps3 remote etc!

Rep left.


Well I and a few others have been SCREAMING it from the rooftops for some months now, so much so, I think I am a bit fatigued by it! ;-)

You would be surprised at the number of people who can't understand the complete revelation this type is, and will argue until they are blue in the face that either disposables are better, or ordinary rechargeables are. Take it from me, for the VAST majority of users, this type is the answer, and you can save a good bit, because you really can give up buying disposables completely, and don't have to be waiting for rechargeables to charge because they have gone flat in the drawer. As long as you just stick them in the charger when you take them & swap them, they will still be usable months after.

I was about to buy some more, so this is well timed :-)
#28
For everyone asking about chargers, I've been using this one http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=101271 , reasons I like it are you can do an initial discharge prior to charging (meant to be better for them) and you can charge 1-8 batteries at a time. The number of kids toys with an odd number of batteries is shocking, was sick of having to always recharge an even number.
#29
zermattbusby
from what I understand, rapidly charging batteries will reduce the life


:( is that right?
1 Like #30
joshtbh
:( is that right?


Well, my experience is; I was using a fast charger (1hr) and it was getting quicker and quicker to charge them, but where I could once take 4-500 photos at least, I was lucky if I could get 10! I put the batteries on a long 12 hour charge on an old charge and it seems to have helped, they still won't hold a charge if left laying about but will be ok for a 2-300 pics if used straight away. Hope that helps?
1 Like #31
lilmuppets
For everyone asking about chargers, I've been using this one http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=101271 , reasons I like it are you can do an initial discharge prior to charging (meant to be better for them) and you can charge 1-8 batteries at a time. The number of kids toys with an odd number of batteries is shocking, was sick of having to always recharge an even number.


Yes, I agree. It's a good charger - I use it for work and batteries seem to last longer as each one is individually charged to its optimum. The fast chargers that just do a timed high current charge are bad news. If your batteries are really hot after you have charged them you are significantly reducing their life. Fast charging should be for emergencies only.
#32
thanks.....
1 Like #33
As far as I understand it, fast charging batteries is fine (actually might be better than slow charging) as long as your charger cuts off the moment the batteries are fully charged. The problem is old/worn batteries or cheap chargers don't cutoff easily.

If your batteries get too hot to touch during charging, they are being overcharged and damaged. The best chargers now (e.g. top-end ansman ones) have temperature monitoring that detects when the temperature suddenly starts rising like this, happens as soon as the batteries are full, and ends the charge. Normal fast chargers just end charging based on watching the voltage which is fine if they do it well, but as above it doesn't always work.

The cheap 7dayshop panasonic charger is just a slow timed charge I think.

Best chargers are supposed to be the medium-speed ones (like 3-7 hour charge) that cut off based on voltage monitoring.
#34
thanks all, didn't know all that.

Yes, my batteries get so hot that they can't be touched. The charger even has a fan built into it to cool them after they're charged. Out of about 4 or 5 pairs of batteries its ruined 1 pair, my other uniross ones that now won't charge were on their way out anyway I think.
#35
joshtbh
:( is that right?


Yepp, best to use two chargers, slow and fast. In a hurry I use a 15 min Energizer charger and it really force power in and the batteries get hot enough they hurt holding them in the palm of the hand, and this is with a fan blowing to cool the batteries while being charged! For normal charge not a hurry I use an 8 hr charger and triggle charge them. When using 15 min charger it is crucial to use the best batteries like ones from Panasonic, Uniross , Sony... though I had charged the 7dayshop brand ones a few times successfully..
#36
thanks ordered some :)
#37
rohanch
As far as I understand it, fast charging batteries is fine (actually might be better than slow charging) as long as your charger cuts off the moment the batteries are fully charged. The problem is old/worn batteries or cheap chargers don't cutoff easily.

If your batteries get too hot to touch during charging, they are being overcharged and damaged. The best chargers now (e.g. top-end ansman ones) have temperature monitoring that detects when the temperature suddenly starts rising like this, happens as soon as the batteries are full, and ends the charge. Normal fast chargers just end charging based on watching the voltage which is fine if they do it well, but as above it doesn't always work.

The cheap 7dayshop panasonic charger is just a slow timed charge I think.

Best chargers are supposed to be the medium-speed ones (like 3-7 hour charge) that cut off based on voltage monitoring.


Ansman chargers look good http://www.ansmann.de/cms/consumroot/charging-technology/energy-xc-3000.html

pretty expensive tho, cheapest i could find the xc3000 model was £195 :whistling:

whats the cheapest, fastest, bestest charger?
#39


No, it could cook these batteries.
#40
One of the best chargers is the La Crosse Technology BC-900

http://www.lacrossetechnology.com/900/index.php

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