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Rechargeable Batteries for £2.49 @ ALDI

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9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
Save money with these rechargeable batteries.
Battery types: AA (x4), AAA (x4), C (x2), D (x2), 9V (x1).
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#1
Tight bastids, they're normally £1.99 when Aldi and Lidl have them in:x
#2
Lidl had a load in today.
£1.99 - The AA are 2500mAh - so a good capacity
#3
dan_dog
Lidl had a load in today.
£1.99 - The AA are 2500mAh - so a good capacity


What area are you in? None on the Lidl deal sheet for my local stores :-(
#4
The Lidl deals are regional I think?
This was Stockton on Tees store
#5
I'd highly recommend the Lidl/Targa AA ones, if you have a digital camera. Can't fault 'em.

Dunno about the Aldi ones but suspect they'd be top notch too.
#6
The last lot Aldi had were FiF 2100mah, so if these turn out to be 2500's it'll be a no bad price as the FiF ones quite happily run my camera for ages. Got loads of the tronic ones from Lidl (C, AAA, PP3) and a charger but never got round to using them for anything.
banned#7
Are these NiMh or NiCad?
#8
I bought some rechargeables from Aldi last time. I found the AA's were very slightly larger (more bulbous) than the normal AA's (eg Duracell, Energizer etc.,). It was a case of squeezing them into my torch and my digital camera, and using a pointed object to get them out.But it wasnt a problem for all devices. I understand that the variation in size of AA's is fairly common
#9
gekkoa
I understand that the variation in size of AA's is fairly common


Huh? where did you hear that? I've never seen or heard about that, and I've gone through a hell of a lot of batteries in my time.
#10
We had the same problem with "C" batteries from Lidl. They had a bigger "pip" at the end which made em a tight squeeze in some things.
#11
I had same problem struggled to get them out of camera, got uniross to change them.
#12
Thought it was just my batteries that were too big for phone etc.
#13
Repo
Are these NiMh or NiCad?


If they are like the previous ones they are NiMh
#14
Do they even make nicads any more? No doubt theres some EU environment protection law against them lol.

Hmmm.... LOL
#15
These are 2100
#16
I got lidl's equivelant the other day, they were £1.99!

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