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Rechargeable Ni-Mh Battery - AA Size (2500mAh) - Pack of 4 £3.99 DELIVERED in FREE Case! @ 7dayshop

£3.99 @ 7dayShop
BTW **amazon do the 2800mAh version for 50p more if you want more power in your batteries for eg with use in toys etc, but for remotes, keyboards etc i prefer 2500mAh, they last ages. plenty availa… Read More
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BTW **amazon do the 2800mAh version for 50p more if you want more power in your batteries for eg with use in toys etc, but for remotes, keyboards etc i prefer 2500mAh, they last ages.

plenty available, i purchased the 2100mAh version of these from 7 day shop and wanted more and came accross these 2500mAh ones for the same price. hope somebody else benifits from this deal also

this is what it says about them on the website.

This 2500 mAh AA is a very high capacity Ni-Mh rechargeable battery and will offer you incredible performance and battery life.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 even single-use Alkaline types. Perfect for all high and low drain devices and especially ideal for digital cameras too. These 7dayshop.com batteries are compatible with many good quality chargers and equipment types.

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.
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#1
ordered. Thanks
#2
Just for information. I had both from 7-day shop. The Ni-Mh and the "GOOD TO GO" for the same price:
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341

Although the "GOOD TO GO" are slightly lower mA, they last much longer because they keep their charge, while the Ni-Mh loose most of their charge over time. So, if you don't use your camera in bursts and want to have an "always ready" camera or for remote controles or wireless applications, I recommend the "GOOD TO GO" batteries over the Ni-Mh (especially since they are now the same price). The equivalent from Sanyo (Eneloop) cost almost double the price.

Both are good in price and therefore HOT from me.
#3
ordered another set of Good To Go, great value
#4
ordred two set of good to go - thanks for the heads up
#5
Just ordered 2 packs.. good find
#6
COLD - get the "good to go" rechargables - much better at holding a charge and probably will have a bigger capacity after a couple of months of use compared to these
#7
100mongoose100
COLD - get the "good to go" rechargables - much better at holding a charge and probably will have a bigger capacity after a couple of months of use compared to these


Agree

They refunded my money on these - charge held was pitiful
#8
I have some of these batteries and I won't be buying any more. I have far older rechargeable batteries which hold their charge better and are more powerful than these. They run out of juice much quicker than they should. Very disappionting batteries. :-(
#9
Ordered simply because I accidently threw out my misses old rechargable ones, We went to Tesco the other day and she saw a pack for a tenner and I was... DAMN! I aint paying a tenner for four batteries.. and what do you know, this thread appears and saves me 6 quid.

Cheers.
#10
ordered. Thanks, H&R added.
#11
Whats the point of a case - these batteries will lose their charge in weeks especially sitting in a case! Use eneloop type batteries. Sorry but COLD
#12
Over a 6 month period, I purchased about 30 of these not realising that within a year, about 20% would fail completely. I have a good quality, microprocessor controlled inteligent charger which analyses each battery. Many of these 7day shop batteries will not charge at all as the charger is showing them as faulty.

Have only ever bought eneloop, Instants, Hybrio etc ever since. Far better quality.
#13
2% at Topcashback
#14
+1 on the eneloop/hybrio/active charge/good to go comments.
#15
Anyone who buys these will find out - THEY'RE PANTS

At least 7 day shop will give you a full refund if you ASK
banned#16
pet2000
Just for information. I had both from 7-day shop. The Ni-Mh and the "GOOD TO GO" for the same price:
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341

Although the "GOOD TO GO" are slightly lower mA, they last much longer because they keep their charge, while the Ni-Mh loose most of their charge over time. So, if you don't use your camera in bursts and want to have an "always ready" camera or for remote controles or wireless applications, I recommend the "GOOD TO GO" batteries over the Ni-Mh (especially since they are now the same price). The equivalent from Sanyo (Eneloop) cost almost double the price.

Both are good in price and therefore HOT from me.



:thumbsup: someone who gets it!

the good to go, or similar types for me have finally put the alkalines into history for me
they work great,, only cost around twice that of alkalines, but will probably last a lifetime
i cannot imagine the amount of dead batteries in landfill just from me, ugh
#17
pet2000;7896333
Just for information. I had both from 7-day shop. The Ni-Mh and the "GOOD TO GO" for the same price:
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341

Although the "GOOD TO GO" are slightly lower mA, they last much longer because they keep their charge, while the Ni-Mh loose most of their charge over time. So, if you don't use your camera in bursts and want to have an "always ready" camera or for remote controles or wireless applications, I recommend the "GOOD TO GO" batteries over the Ni-Mh (especially since they are now the same price). The equivalent from Sanyo (Eneloop) cost almost double the price.

Both are good in price and therefore HOT from me.


Surprised to hear you say that......
I won't be buying any more of the standard type, and now only go for the Low Self discharge type.

I would think most people will be better with this type too, unless they have very heavy usage demands for say a camera in daily use, and will be charging very often anyway; the LSD type means charge them and forget them until you need them, and same price too!
#18
tonikeys;7899046
Over a 6 month period, I purchased about 30 of these not realising that within a year, about 20% would fail completely. I have a good quality, microprocessor controlled inteligent charger which analyses each battery. Many of these 7day shop batteries will not charge at all as the charger is showing them as faulty.

Have only ever bought eneloop, Instants, Hybrio etc ever since. Far better quality.



Yiddo4life;7899199
Anyone who buys these will find out - THEY'RE PANTS

At least 7 day shop will give you a full refund if you ASK


As it happens I have some old ones bought some time back, and they are fine, been recharged a lot, even though I rarely use them now, because the Low Self dischage ones are just handier, so I can't agree.
#19
Heads up - be warned these batteries are slightly larger than standard batteries (7day shop plastic covering slightly increases diameter) and would not fit into my xbox controller.
#20
pet2000
Just for information. I had both from 7-day shop. The Ni-Mh and the "GOOD TO GO" for the same price:
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341

Although the "GOOD TO GO" are slightly lower mA, they last much longer because they keep their charge, while the Ni-Mh loose most of their charge over time. So, if you don't use your camera in bursts and want to have an "always ready" camera or for remote controles or wireless applications, I recommend the "GOOD TO GO" batteries over the Ni-Mh (especially since they are now the same price). The equivalent from Sanyo (Eneloop) cost almost double the price.

Both are good in price and therefore HOT from me.
now i realise why my 2100mAh lasted forever on every charge, it was because they were the good to go ones lol, i dont know much about batteries i can only imagine these 2500mAh would be better for use in remote control cars etc where you need power over longevity
#21
t rex
Heads up - be warned these batteries are slightly larger than standard batteries (7day shop plastic covering slightly increases diameter) and would not fit into my xbox controller.


fit in mine fine, both the 2500's & 2600's ..they hold tightly but then again thats what a slight slap of the controller is for.. give good amount of gameplay & less trash in landfill

Been using 7-day's brand for years, very few failures, though late 2008 a few from new were naff, I think this was at a time of using a new supplier as their range of nimhs (which they sell by the bucket) were in play as occasionally happens, ...however withall the leakage from every frickin pack of duracells overf the past 18 months i'm even more interested in getting some good to go's.
(currently have around 70 x 7day rechargeables working fine up to 5 yrs old & doing fine)
#22
I too bought 7dayshop branded and found within 5 to 10 charge cycles they'd deteriorated a lot, I thought it was my charger, I wished I'd sent them back.
Bought Sanyo Eneloops for my digicam and they much much better, in fact, I just bought 8 of them to replace the batteries in an cordless drill.
#23
I order 3 sets a few months ago. Each set came in a case. Delivered in a simple jiffy bag. Each case was split and went straight into the bin.

If you want the batteries, fine. But don't buy them because of the 'free case'. Chances are they won't get to you in one piece.
#24
Sponge;7908593
I order 3 sets a few months ago. Each set came in a case. Delivered in a simple jiffy bag. Each case was split and went straight into the bin.

If you want the batteries, fine. But don't buy them because of the 'free case'. Chances are they won't get to you in one piece.


Eh?
What's your postman doing - Clog Dancing on the jiffy bags, or putting them under a truck before putting them through the letter box? :?

I've had had a couple of dozen of these from this and other retailers over the past few years, and never had one of them split, new or old!
The cases are plastic hinged, so yes, they could wear out, but so far not had one that has, and they will probably be here when all of us are gone! I would be more worried about them taking a thousand years to deteriorate in Landfill.

As they are only pennies to buy more, it's not exactly a deal buster even if they are split!
#25
tonikeys
Over a 6 month period, I purchased about 30 of these not realising that within a year, about 20% would fail completely. I have a good quality, microprocessor controlled inteligent charger which analyses each battery. Many of these 7day shop batteries will not charge at all as the charger is showing them as faulty.

Have only ever bought eneloop, Instants, Hybrio etc ever since. Far better quality.


Charger shows the batteries as faulty when u completely drain them - i.e. the charger thinks the cells are dead. My Energizer 15 min usually sorts these "dead" batteries with the amount of amps it pumps into the batteries

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