Sanyo Eneloop Power Pack 4xAA, 2xAAA and Charger £12.49 @ Asda! - HotUKDeals
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Popped into Asda Portsmouth and they had a Sanyo Eneloop Power pack at £12.49!
The cheapest I can find on the net is about £28.99 at amazon:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sanyo-POWER-PACK-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B0020MLASC/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1272051396&sr=1-5

The Power Pack includes:
4 x AA
2 x AAA
Quick Charger
C & D Battery Adapters (2 of each)
In a big old case.

Should be nationwide.
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#1
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#2
Not used this charger but I've been pretty impressed with these batteries.
#3
These are the best rechargables I've used.
#4
Damn, i was just there would of picked one of these up if i'd known :-(
#5
If you have a charger then buy the 7dayshop Good To Go ones instead. Four AA and four AAA cells (as opposed to two in this pack) will cost you about £8.
#6
saw these ages ago. Didnt know if it has batteries as box wasnt clear...
#7
A deal in Portsmouth? It surely can't be! I was in the Portsmouth store this evening, I didn't go upstairs though! I will have to check it out tomorrow!

Thanks,
#8
Eneloop's are fantastic, I can't even remember the last time I charged my 360 controller batteries.
#9
anyone know the mAh on the AAs?
#10
GazR
A deal in Portsmouth? It surely can't be! I was in the Portsmouth store this evening, I didn't go upstairs though! I will have to check it out tomorrow!
Thanks,


They are not upstairs but in the bit where you get your photos developed. Also there is only a display box, so you have to ask them for it.

The mAh's are: AA = 2000, AAA = 800
banned#11
These hybrid batteries are superb, Not just these sanyo's but the panasonics and the uniross versions too
Dont know anything about the supplied charger, but hope it detects full charge, unlike chargers of old

Basically, hold the charge for years and are still good to go, and when in, last as long as your branded alkalines, or in things like digital cameras, last far longer than disposables

All you pay is about twice the intitial price of some 'copper top' batteries, but these will go 1000 charges, and each charge wont be wasted, as they will be fresh even sitting around fully charged for well over a year

alkaline disposables are dead, everyone needs to get these instead of filling up the world with old batteries

we dont change the batteries every week in our mp3 player (like we did in the walkman days) and now its time for the last of the things that use aa/aaa to stop wasting batteries and money on
#12
Been this price at Asda for months, I see them every Monday on my weekely shop
#13
demonite
Eneloop's are fantastic, I can't even remember the last time I charged my 360 controller batteries.


It was 15 November, I'm pretty sure you mentioned it before. :|
#14
positive_mental
anyone know the mAh on the AAs?


Not got this set, but Eneloop AAA are 800mAh and AA are 2000mAh IME. Don't get hung up on that though. Their strength is their ability to retain charge, so if you use them in any unit that stands around for any time they are brilliant. Also if you charge your spares they will always be ready to go and won't discharge on the shelf.
I've also found that they withstand a huge number of charges. I have some Eneloops that have been charged most weeks for well over 2 years and are still like new. Other quality brand rechargeables bought at the same time have long since gone in the bin.

Can't comment on the charger though.
#15
I bought this set when Argos had them reduced to £9.99 some months ago. They are great batteries and the adaptors are fantastic and saves you buying a load of different size batteries. The charger though only holds 2 batteries at a time, but I use the charger which is coming up on offer again in Lidl http://www.lidl.co.uk/cps/rde/xchg/lidl_uk/hs.xsl/index_10241.htm. I can highly recommend this set. :thumbsup:
#16
has anyone found these anywhere except potmouth? as nowhere local to me stocks anything eneloop or even sanyo!
#17
These are the best type of batteries for now
and the future.
I hope people will stop posting "deals" for
throw away batteries.
Voted hot.
Great post.
#18
pibpob
If you have a charger then buy the 7dayshop Good To Go ones instead. Four AA and four AAA cells (as opposed to two in this pack) will cost you about £8.


I know these are similar technology. Do we know
much about them ?
#19
Eneloop AAs are excellent, you can get 8 AAs for £13.45 here
#20
jubbyme
Dont know anything about the supplied charger, but hope it detects full charge, unlike chargers of old

That's been my only problem with these batteries. I bought them a while back I think in an Argos deal that was posted on here, and the charging light never goes out so I just charge them up for a few hours and use them and they seem fine.

I use them in my camera and am always amazed they last because I was so used to rechargable batteries going flat as soon as you took a handful of photos.
#21
gluke21;8444335
I know these are similar technology. Do we know
much about them ?
I would imagine they are identical to the big brands. There will be very few manufacturing facilities so there will be very few variations: the only way to make things like this economically nowadays is in huge quantities.

I have a couple of sets; I've got AAs in an Owl energy monitor receiver and AAAs in its transmitter and they've been going continuously since the beginning of the year. I popped some in a camera recently and took a few dozen pictures, knowing I wouldn't have to worry about whether they were charged or not. There are other threads about these on this forum (this one has a heat of 520 degrees) and I have heard no negative comment about them.

Bear in mind that the adaptors to make these look like larger cells are a bit of a con - appliances designed to take larger cells are designed to take larger cells for a reason: they consume a lot of power. So by putting smaller cells in them they will be forever running down and you'll soon get frustrated changing them all the time.
#22
The Sanyo Eneloop batteries are great. I use them in my Wii Remotes and i end up recharging them (using a energizer recharger) once a month. They don't lose their charge when not being used. Definitely recommended batteries and charger for this price.
#23
I did read somewhere that the good to go batteries are rated at about 2000 mAh or something like that but when fully charged somebody measured them and they were coming up well short of that. Can't be precise but that was the gist of the story....

Think the Sanyo one's are much better and in another test held their charge best when put in a device and left for weeks before being remeasured...
#24
Only take such reports seriously if there is a direct comparison between the makes - the Eneloop ones might behave in exactly the same way. It is notoriously difficult to measure battery capacity and apply it to real-world situations.
#25
Maybe apple should fit these in the new iPhone ;)
#26
1Jim0
Maybe apple should fit these in the new iPhone ;)

well thank god i don't have an iphone.

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