Rechargeable Ni-Mh Battery - AA Size (2500mAh) - Pack of 4 in FREE Case - now £3.79 delivered @ 7dayShop - HotUKDeals
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hese are the UK's best value AA 2500 mAh Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries ! 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.
AA size batteries are also referred to as LR6 and MN1500 sizes

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
These are perfect to charge up fresh then take out and use in your Camera etc
suspended#2
nice thanks
#3
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


Just wondering how likely it would be for a AA to be accidentally short circuited ;)
#4
Even though they have gone up slightly, to £4.29 (or less) the Good2 Go range from 7dayshop are still going to serve most people well, and suit most better as you can just treat them as conveniently as disposables.
I have given up buying standard rechargeables for Low Self Discharge type some time ago
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341
#5
Baz8755;8475983
Just wondering how likely it would be for a AA to be accidentally short circuited ;)


Keys/key ring might do it, but unlikely to be for more than a second or two in practice.

The cases are handy though, it keeps them tidy, and you can keep different types separate.
#6
I like 7dayshop and have dealt with them many times over the years but, I would not recommend their own brand batteries. I have two sets of their AAs and they have been very disappointing. They hold their charge for far less time than any of the other rechargables I have and that includes batteries that are a few years older. The 7dayshop batteries are always needing charged compared to all the others I have.

Good price but poor batteries. Not voted. Make up your own minds.
#7
I use these in my SB900s. Always de-charge and then re-charge before use and they're still giving me great service two years down the line - I'd buy them again.
#8
nihcaj
Even though they have gone up slightly, to £4.29 (or less) the Good2 Go range from 7dayshop are still going to serve most people well, and suit most better as you can just treat them as conveniently as disposables.
I have given up buying standard rechargeables for Low Self Discharge type some time ago
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341


I completely agree with nihcaj. I have both, the GoodToGo and the normal rechargeable. Don't be put off by the slightly lower amp on the GoodToGo. The fact that they are ALWAYS freshly available, no matter how long ago you charged them, makes up for those lower amps. I hardly ever use the normal batteries now.
#9
JunkMail
I like 7dayshop and have dealt with them many times over the years but, I would not recommend their own brand batteries. I have two sets of their AAs and they have been very disappointing. They hold their charge for far less time than any of the other rechargables I have and that includes batteries that are a few years older. The 7dayshop batteries are always needing charged compared to all the others I have.

Good price but poor batteries. Not voted. Make up your own minds.


Get the "GoodToGo" from 7-day shop. You wont be disappointed. Mine last for ages in my camera (which uses 2x AA). They are ou-tperforming any Ixus battery.
#10
o_t_e;8476755
I use these in my SB900s. Always de-charge and then re-charge before use and they're still giving me great service two years down the line - I'd buy them again.


Strictly speaking you don't really need to discharge NiMH batteries (either type), although my charger does an automatic partial discharge before charging too, and it works better than any other I have previously had.
#11
JunkMail;8476686
I like 7dayshop and have dealt with them many times over the years but, I would not recommend their own brand batteries. I have two sets of their AAs and they have been very disappointing. They hold their charge for far less time than any of the other rechargables I have and that includes batteries that are a few years older. The 7dayshop batteries are always needing charged compared to all the others I have.

Good price but poor batteries. Not voted. Make up your own minds.


I have both this type and the new Good2Go type and both have been fine, some of the original type are a fair age now too; however I would not have said the same while I was using them with my previous charger as I thought a few batteries of a couple of makes were on their way out, it turns out it was just a busted charger, and they are now still in service.

Only problem is, the Good2Go ones are so much more handy, the origninal type ones I have often get left unused!
#13
nihcaj
Even though they have gone up slightly, to £4.29 (or less) the Good2 Go range from 7dayshop are still going to serve most people well, and suit most better as you can just treat them as conveniently as disposables.
I have given up buying standard rechargeables for Low Self Discharge type some time ago
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341


£3.99 on Amazon (from 7day shop). Or £3.79 for the AAA.

Packs of 4.

AA's are cheaper on 7day shop if you're buying more than 6 packs (24 batteries).

AAA's are cheaper on 7day shop if you're buying more than 2 packs (8 batteries).
#14
Bristle Hound;8479610


Benjimoron;8479674
£3.99 on Amazon (from 7day shop). Or £3.79 for the AAA.

Packs of 4.

AA's are cheaper on 7day shop if you're buying more than 6 packs (24 batteries).

AAA's are cheaper on 7day shop if you're buying more than 2 packs (8 batteries).


That's a couple more of a few items found cheaper on their Amazon Marketplace site lately.
#15
nihcaj
That's a couple more of a few items found cheaper on their Amazon Marketplace site lately.


Well, like I said, if you buy a few it's cheaper on their own site. I've just bought several of each size so it was cheaper on 7dayshop.

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