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these are the cheapest i could find them these are supposed to be good batteries
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#1
good deal
#2
wsame price at Amazon and you'll get them quicker.
#3
not a good deal buy these just the same but cheaper £3.99
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341
#4
tronic;7617707
not a good deal buy these just the same but cheaper £3.99
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341


Not Sanyo brand though
#5
tronic
not a good deal buy these just the same but cheaper £3.99
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341


i'm sure the last time they were listed on here people claimed they weren't that great compared to the sanyo ones.
#6
tronic
not a good deal buy these just the same but cheaper £3.99
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341


Bought these an year ago but my digital camera didnot like these even after full charge with 7dayshop's own charger. At the end used these for sky remote which was always showing low battery sign.
#7
tronic
not a good deal buy these just the same but cheaper £3.99
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341

i would much rather spend an extra £2.66 and get sanyo ones has anyone actually shopped at this site iv ordered some but are they a good site or do they sell fakes
#8
killie99
wsame price at Amazon and you'll get them quicker.


i think u will find the amazon ones are sold by 7 day shop so it makes no difference
#9
tronic
not a good deal buy these just the same but cheaper £3.99
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341


They're not the same I have both. The Eneloops last longer and my 7day ones had hardly any charge and seem to last not long before my camera says low charge but they can keep taking phtos for a while after. The end bits look different too it's not just the label.
#10
mozeley
i would much rather spend an extra £2.66 and get sanyo ones has anyone actually shopped at this site iv ordered some but are they a good site or do they sell fakes


- I can't comment on the relative merits of the different batteries (haven't used the Sanyos), but I have used 7dayshop quite a few times & never had a problem with them. I usually find they're the cheapest place to get batteries from. They're cheap because they're in Guernsey so don't charge VAT.
#11
I can vouch for the 7ds own branded batteries linked above. I don't have the Sanyos, but if brands your thing... Note that the 7ds are slightly higher rated mAh than the Sanyos. My DSLR runs well off them and the last and last.
#12
I can vouch for the 7 day shop ones. Fine.
I think some people must have charger problems, if theirs aren't working, as mine work fine, charged with my Lidl charger as featured on deals on here a couple of times.
eg. I still have the same set in my camera from LONG before Xmas... and they are fine after loads of shots.

Just put a set in a new Blood Pressure monitor today, works no problem, despite the manual mentioning NOT to use rechargeable batteries... as ever, Low Self discharge ones just work
#13
aren't the sanyo ones the hybrio kind that stay charged when not in use?, makes em a whole diff battery to the others
always find the hybrios etc are delivered with a full charge
#14
maddogb
aren't the sanyo ones the hybrio kind that stay charged when not in use?, makes em a whole diff battery to the others
always find the hybrios etc are delivered with a full charge


indeed they are, these batteries are "Low self-discharge NiMH batteries"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low_self-discharge_NiMH_battery

I have no reason to discredit the 7day shop batteries but these eneloop batteries are a different of battery, you are paying extra for a different technology not just a brand name.

According the wikipedia these batteries have the following advantages

Voltage is more stable (less load- and capacity-dependent). This can have a beneficial effect on runtime in electronic devices, which typically have a cut-off voltage per battery that is not much lower than NiMH's nominal voltage. (However, this can also cause some devices with battery status indicators to overestimate the remaining capacity of a nearly drained cell.)
Reduced heat buildup when the battery is quickly charged or discharged
Higher efficiency
Higher instantaneous current discharge capability
Higher battery life
#15
mozeley
i think u will find the amazon ones are sold by 7 day shop so it makes no difference


£6.65 from amazon themselves. & 7dayshop on amazon have them for £6.59, but you'd likely get them quicker directly from amazon.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sanyo-Eneloop-Pack-Batteries-2000mAh/dp/B000IDUOPA/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1264128623&sr=8-8

You can also get 6 packs of GP Recyko+ for just under £8 (free delivery) from a couple of amazon sellers (I've read GP recyko+ perform as well as the sanyo).
banned#16
maddogb;7619262
aren't the sanyo ones the hybrio kind that stay charged when not in use?, makes em a whole diff battery to the others
always find the hybrios etc are delivered with a full charge


jamesdew;7619332
indeed they are, these batteries are "Low self-discharge NiMH batteries"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low_self-discharge_NiMH_battery

I have no reason to discredit the 7day shop batteries but these eneloop batteries are a different of battery, you are paying extra for a different technology not just a brand name.

According the wikipedia these batteries have the following advantages

Voltage is more stable (less load- and capacity-dependent). This can have a beneficial effect on runtime in electronic devices, which typically have a cut-off voltage per battery that is not much lower than NiMH's nominal voltage. (However, this can also cause some devices with battery status indicators to overestimate the remaining capacity of a nearly drained cell.)
Reduced heat buildup when the battery is quickly charged or discharged
Higher efficiency
Higher instantaneous current discharge capability
Higher battery life


7 days are Hybrids too..... :roll:
#17
mozeley
i think u will find the amazon ones are sold by 7 day shop so it makes no difference


I think you will find that you are talking nonsense. :thumbsup:
1 Like #18
maddogb
aren't the sanyo ones the hybrio kind that stay charged when not in use?, makes em a whole diff battery to the others
always find the hybrios etc are delivered with a full charge


Read the details of the 7DS batteries - they are hybrid too, the same type, but actually a higher mAh rating.
1 Like #19
jamesdew;7619332
indeed they are, these batteries are "Low self-discharge NiMH batteries"
I have no reason to discredit the 7day shop batteries but these eneloop batteries are a different of battery, you are paying extra for a different technology not just a brand name.


As are the ones we are talking about, so you ARE just talking about a Brand name!
#20
nihcaj
As are the ones we are talking about, so you ARE just talking about a Brand name!


JayDubya
Read the details of the 7DS batteries - they are hybrid too, the same type, but actually a higher mAh rating.


Well whadya know, you guys are right. I just ordered some of the 7 day shop ones. ;)
#21
jamesdew
Well whadya know, you guys are right. I just ordered some of the 7 day shop ones. ;)


be sure to let us know how they are, personal experience is i found the uniross hybrio and sanyo eneloop very good.
but then i bought some of the mymemory uniross "based on hybrio" tech batteries and was very dissappointed..
#22
JayDubya
Read the details of the 7DS batteries - they are hybrid too, the same type, but actually a higher mAh rating.


But some posters have said they have both and they aren't as good as the Sanyo Eneloops... :?
#23
maddogb
be sure to let us know how they are, personal experience is i found the uniross hybrio and sanyo eneloop very good.
but then i bought some of the mymemory uniross "based on hybrio" tech batteries and was very dissappointed..


Sure will do.
#24
wombat6025
But some posters have said they have both and they aren't as good as the Sanyo Eneloops... :?


Well I was willing to risk £3.99 on it.
#25
melted
£6.65 from amazon themselves. & 7dayshop on amazon have them for £6.59, but you'd likely get them quicker directly from amazon.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sanyo-Eneloop-Pack-Batteries-2000mAh/dp/B000IDUOPA/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1264128623&sr=8-8

You can also get 6 packs of GP Recyko+ for just under £8 (free delivery) from a couple of amazon sellers (I've read GP recyko+ perform as well as the sanyo).


word i checked amazon first and seen they were being dispatched by 7 day shop if i looked a bit more and found these i woulda bought them off amazon it may be a good site but 7 day shop jus dont look right the site looks like it come outta the 90s
#26
mozeley
word i checked amazon first and seen they were being dispatched by 7 day shop if i looked a bit more and found these i woulda bought them off amazon it may be a good site but 7 day shop jus dont look right the site looks like it come outta the 90s


there's nothing with 7ds. they've been around ages, and i've used them plenty over the years, including just before christmas. the site indeed, has not changed a bit, but its functional and works, so who cares if it's not very "glam"?
#27
jamesdew;7622103
Well I was willing to risk £3.99 on it.


I have been back to buy more myself, already. OK, it's hard to be sure about long-term performance, but short-term they have been fine for me.
banned#28
nihcaj;7625048
I have been back to buy more myself, already. OK, it's hard to be sure about long-term performance, but short-term they have been fine for me.

likewise

bought another £30 odd quids worth
#29
ODB_69;7625062
likewise

bought another £30 odd quids worth


Like me, you will have a shed-load of standard NiMH ones that don't often get used now, I suppose? :whistling:

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