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AA Energizer Alkaline 12 pack + 12 FREE £5.29 @ Rechargablebattteries.co.uk

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Saw these and thought it was a good deal. 24 batteries for just under £6 inc postage ( which costs 50p )
Risco Avatar4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago10 Comments
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nossa
Maplin have 100 AA for 14.99.

They only give you 100 as you are forever changing the flat ones!
Performed very well in a recent which? magazine test. Also, we have been using them and find they are very near duracell plus for longevity for the same application (canon digital camera).
£0.50 postage
I wonder if you are referring to the NIMH batteries which are old tech now, these are the latest Eneloops and considered the best rechargables available, even if you got a fraction of the recharges they quote you are still quids in and saving land fill.

The reviews are glowing and refer to: "what a revelation, these perform just like standard alkaline batteries, except they're rechargeable. What more can I say, buy a set and you won't be disappointed. and "I've tried numerous other rechargeable batteries and none compare to the Sanyo Eneloops. I've been using them for about five months now and have no complaints"

I must say that's my experience as well, saved a fortune in my digital camera and keeps it's charge.
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loopie
Or just buy a good set of re-chargables, something like Sanyo eneloop's which are excellent at holding a charge for a year and can be recharged upto 1500 times. This 4 pack @ £6.59 would give you the same as 6,000 AA Batteries!


In the past i would have agreed with you, i've always used rechargables. however, my rechargables (even decent brand ones) never last as long as non-rechargables and never last as many charges as they claim to.


I use rechargables (2900mA) in my bridge camera and they last ages...Duracell Ultras lasted less than 2 hours!
loopie
Or just buy a good set of re-chargables, something like Sanyo eneloop's which are excellent at holding a charge for a year and can be recharged upto 1500 times. This 4 pack @ £6.59 would give you the same as 6,000 AA Batteries!


In the past i would have agreed with you, i've always used rechargables. however, my rechargables (even decent brand ones) never last as long as non-rechargables and never last as many charges as they claim to.
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