Sony Battery Charger with 2 x AA CycleEnergy Batteries £3.79 delivered @ 7dayshop.com - HotUKDeals
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WAS £9.99
RRP £15.99
NOW £3.79
Super compact AA or AAA mains battery charger supplied with 2 x AA Sonys CycleEnergy batteries rated at 2000mah. CycleEnergy batteries come pre-charged and will hold onto 85% of their power even after 1 years storage. Ideal for digital cameras and all household appliances, toys, torches and clocks etc.
Unit has a built in 3 Pin UK plug and is supplied in sealed blister pack complete with 2 x AA (LR6) sized batteries as described.
Makes a superb 2nd charger and is ideal for travelling as it weighs under 200 grams complete.
These batteries can be charged up to 1,000 times think of the massive savings you can enjoy very soon - and reduce landfill in the process !!
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#1
Good price considering they are eneloop type batteries and includes a charger - assume the charger will only hold 2 batteries? Heat added.
#2
I bought one of these from Sainsburys last October for £9.99 - I use the batteries in my Cordless home phone - these batteries charge in it and last over a week without the need to recharge - very long life.
#3
Hot from me & ordered a couple :)
#4
You shouldn't buy rechargeable batteries. It makes much more sense to buy duracell
#5
RRP £15.99
Joke
#6
Nice one, ta.
#7
just ordered one for my digital camera

cheers op, was on the look out for something along these lines
#8
good deal, voted hot , but I need 4 batteries and no charger !

going for the 4 Eneloops on Amazon @ £6.49 :thumbsup:
#9
good find, thanks.
#10
Quidco too!
#11
jimwhite1978
You shouldn't buy rechargeable batteries. It makes much more sense to buy duracell


Wise words and here's another pearl of wisdom - don't eat yellow snow... :w00t:
#12
jimwhite1978
You shouldn't buy rechargeable batteries. It makes much more sense to buy duracell


i disagree.

2 Rechargable Batteries @ £3.79 = £1.90 Each.

then Divide £1.90 by 1000 times ( amount of times the battery can be recharged ) = £0.00.19 effective cost per use.

If you can buy 4 Duracells for less than 1p then please let us know.

Plus all those standard batteries in the bin when they die cant be a good thing!
#13
Ordered one. Heat added. Thanks
#14
Think he was just kidding , that or he possibly misread that its rechargeable batteries .
#15
jimwhite1978
You shouldn't buy rechargeable batteries. It makes much more sense to buy duracell


Please tell me how that logic works.

I use rechargeable batteries for my 360 controllers & camera - I don't even want to imagine how many standard batteries I would go through, not to mention the cost.
#16
I wish they'd get their act together and let me log in after I've registered so I can buy this.
#17
bought this for 99p from 7day shop
#18
montblanc
I wish they'd get their act together and let me log in after I've registered so I can buy this.


use internet explorer, i had issues with firefox
#19
good price
banned#20
MinerWilly
Think he was just kidding , that or he possibly misread that its rechargeable batteries .


or he's an idiot
#21
Got these last time frop play @ 2.99.

Bargin price & great for when you go away.

Nice & compact.

Recommend
suspended#22
looks great
#23
Ordered 2:)
#24
alexandercooper
i disagree.

2 Rechargable Batteries @ £3.79 = £1.90 Each.

then Divide £1.90 by 1000 times ( amount of times the battery can be recharged ) = £0.00.19 effective cost per use.

If you can buy 4 Duracells for less than 1p then please let us know.

Plus all those standard batteries in the bin when they die cant be a good thing!


Um don't forget the cost of the charger and electricity :thumbsup:

But yes rechargeables are better. But this one takes forever to charge, I just bought another one off 7dayshop and their own branded version of the batteries.
#25
jimwhite1978;7817243
You shouldn't buy rechargeable batteries. It makes much more sense to buy duracell


MinerWilly;7817793
Think he was just kidding , that or he possibly misread that its rechargeable batteries .
He's not kidding. According to this he prefers to buy boxes of 40 Duracells from 7dayshop.

ryman1000;7818455
or he's an idiot
ryman is right!

The advice found on HUKD threads never fails to amaze me. Only on here can you get total boffins dispensing genuine pearls of wisdom right next to retards spouting ill-informed clap-trap. Talk about the sublime to the ridiculous.
#26
MightyHumungus
He's not kidding. According to this he prefers to buy boxes of 40 Duracells from 7dayshop.

ryman is right!

The advice found on HUKD threads never fails to amaze me. Only on here can you get total boffins dispensing genuine pearls of wisdom right next to retards spouting ill-informed clap-trap. Talk about the sublime to the ridiculous.


I like it you appear to have taken real offence to my post! You want to lighten up mate its only a pack of batteries no need to excuse me of being mentally disabled :)
#27
MinerWilly
Think he was just kidding , that or he possibly misread that its rechargeable batteries .



Yep i was indeed. Everytime someone posts a deal on normal batteries you always get people banging on about rechargeable batteries instead. I'm bringing the fight to the rechargeable batteries battleground :) I voted hot by the way the deals actually a very good price!
#28
Non rechargable batteries hold their charge better than rechargable and are disposable making them more convenient to use and dont use any electric in recharging them as recharghables do
#29
twe
Um don't forget the cost of the charger and electricity :thumbsup:

But yes rechargeables are better. But this one takes forever to charge, I just bought another one off 7dayshop and their own branded version of the batteries.


The Charger is included, so their is no cost for that?

I have an electricity monitor and when the charger is in use, it doesnt even register (Thats how little Electricity it uses).
#30
alexandercooper
The Charger is included, so their is no cost for that?

I have an electricity monitor and when the charger is in use, it doesnt even register (Thats how little Electricity it uses).



On an unconected note how much does a phone charger use? I've heard that if you leave one in all day long even not plugged into a phone that it uses alot of electricty? I don't suppose you can confirm this with your electricty monitor?
#31
jimwhite1978;7821909
I like it you appear to have taken real offence to my post! You want to lighten up mate its only a pack of batteries no need to excuse me of being mentally disabled :)

"no need to excuse me of being mentally disabled " That doesn't make sense. Perhaps you meant "no need to excuse me for being mentally disabled "
Well ok, I won't excuse you :p
Or perhaps you meant "no need to accuse me of being mentally disabled " .
I didn't accuse you of anything. But if the cap fits....
#32
MightyHumungus
"no need to excuse me of being mentally disabled " That doesn't make sense. Perhaps you meant "no need to excuse me for being mentally disabled "
Well ok, I won't excuse you :p
Or perhaps you meant "no need to accuse me of being mentally disabled " .
I didn't accuse you of anything. But if the cap fits....


You've done me. Brilliant:-D
#33
Did anybody actually get theirs? They took my order, then never told me it was on backorder... now looks like they're never getting them back in.

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