Rechargeable Ni-MH Batteries £2.79/ 2FOR£5 @ Lidl from 3rd June - HotUKDeals
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Choose from 4 x AAA, 4 x AA, 2 x D, 2 x C or 9V block batteries £2.79each OR 2 for £5
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#1
good price for the c and d and 9v
ok price for the aaa and aa
but all depends on what rating they are 2000mah or higher
#2
royals
good price for the c and d and 9v
ok price for the aaa and aa
but all depends on what rating they are 2000mah or higher
2500mAh, this deal is on and off all the time. Very good batteries :thumbsup:
#3
got the AA the last time from aldi, lasted many photo's with flash, good deal, hot!
#4
Not a bad price, but not the best quality batteries by any means, I would say they are more like on average 1800mAh, I have 12 of these 8 are labelled 2500mAh and average 1800mAh and 4 that are labelled 2000mAh and their actual capacity is on average 1300mAh. By no means worse than ebay batteries but not as good as Sanyo.
#5
These are OK batteries.
They get top marks from
me for being rechargeable and not
piling up in the landfill sites.
#6
Not the best option.... not the best batteries for one, but apart from that, Low Self discharge type is going to be a FAR better option for almost ALL users, even though they appear to have lower capacity, in practice they work far better.

Best deal still @ 7Dayshop, but their AMAZON marketplace site is currently cheaper than their normal site!:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002XL9KBO/ref=oss_product @ 4 for £3.99 or less. for AAs and AAAs

Use adaptors for C & D, unless you really need the higher power of standard rechargeable types.
#7
Looks good to me.
#8
nihcaj
Not the best option.... not the best batteries for one, but apart from that, Low Self discharge type is going to be a FAR better option for almost ALL users, even though they appear to have lower capacity, in practice they work far better.

Best deal still @ 7Dayshop, but their AMAZON marketplace site is currently cheaper than their normal site!:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002XL9KBO/ref=oss_product @ 4 for £3.99 or less. for AAs and AAAs

Use adaptors for C & D, unless you really need the higher power of standard rechargeable types.


I agree. Worth paying a bit more for these.
I've just bought some and they were excellent in a camera that ate other rechargeables

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