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#1
V Good deal, hot thanks http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/gg171/123music129/ODDS%20AND%20SODS/mophyy.gif
banned#2
nice!!!!
#3
1000Mah? Won't power much of todays gear will it?
#4
Perfect for cordless mice. Heat added.
#5
£3.99 is a good price for 4xAAA 1000mah batteries, the USB charger is the icing on the cake.

If I wasn't off to Thailand in a few weeks I'd go for this deal, luckily for me NiMH batteries are pretty cheaper out there. I'll still vote hot though.
#6
ms2005
1000Mah? Won't power much of todays gear will it?


remote controls, low powered kids toys etc.. won't be any good for cameras or anything else current hungry.
#7
ms2005
1000Mah? Won't power much of todays gear will it?


people forget that 1000mah for aaa is good, its normal, unlike aa where 2700mah is good.
#8
ms2005
1000Mah? Won't power much of todays gear will it?


Its more than a normal AAA holds.

But I agree with you entirely - and have cleverly adapted my razor to hold two car batteries.

I am such a smoothy! :p
#9
this hasn't got a AUTO OFF, so you have to remember to switch off. 1000 is that good, 2800 work for 1 1/2 weeks with 360 controller, but voted hot..!
#10
Balb0wa
people forget that 1000mah for aaa is good, its normal, unlike aa where 2700mah is good.


1000mAh for AAA is more good than normal - I would guess 900 is normal, so 11% more.

2300-2500 is probably normal for AA.
#11
You can add Uniross AA 2700mAh (4) Rechargeable Battery Ni-Mh for £1.20 but this isn't sold by Amazon so I don't know how that works?
#12
Some people seem to be having difficulty reading today ;-)

Note you should take capacity ratings with a pinch of salt - they are not measured in a consistent way.
#13
Dude1971
You can add Uniross AA 2700mAh (4) Rechargeable Battery Ni-Mh for £1.20 but this isn't sold by Amazon so I don't know how that works?


It means if you add them as well for £1.20 you get charged for postage which makes it dear.

I was going to go for 4 lots of each, the charger and 4 packs of AA , the postage on the AA,s was £20, be warned !
#14
As discussed on previous threads folks do not use this charger if you want a reasonable life out of your batteries but then again it's only £4 :thumbsup:
#15
Best plug this into a USB extension cable otherwise...

1) Somebody could accidentally knock the charger and damage the socket.

2) The weight of the batteries might be enough to put strain on the USB socket itself.
#16
I bought this same charger from Netto for only £1.99 three months ago - mind you it only had 2x1000mha AAA batteries with it! I bought it on an impulse and while I've used the excellent batteries (all my other AAA batteries that I own are only 750mha) I haven't needed to use the charger yet. It's in my laptop bag for emergencies only...
#17
usually its far better to buy Hybrio batteries (Eneloop) even if they have less 'initial' capacity


http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_ss_ce/202-3832341-5865450?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=hybrio&x=0&y=0
#18
Bought these myself couple months ago on amazon, havent used them yet, but i did try to charge them when i bought them. My computer is on lets say at least 10 hours a day! These were on my computer for 3 days and still didnt fully charge. I have thrown the packaghing away but i do remember a ridiculous charge time of like 72 hours!!!! These are cheap but is it worth the hassle??

Hope these comments help!

To be honest i wish i bought a complete charger for multiple batteries that plugs into the wall.

Anyways the choice is yours people.
#19
pibpob
Note you should take capacity ratings with a pinch of salt - they are not measured in a consistent way.


Actually they are measured in a consistent way, but it is the capacity when new. What differentiates a good cell from a bad one is how many charge/discharge cycles before it loses its capacity, and this is something you can't tell from the specifications.
#20
DB2k
remote controls, low powered kids toys etc.. won't be any good for cameras or anything else current hungry.


It's the other way round. Rechargeables will often work best in high drain appliances such as cameras compared to their alkaline counterparts, and don't perform so well in low-drain ones, such as remote controls.

/dons nerd cap

If you take a digital camera that takes 3 x 1.5V AAA batteries as an example, in order to keep running it needs a constant voltage of, say, at least 4.4V. Rechargeable batteries voltage remains at a pretty constant 1.5V until all the energy in them is gone. Alkaline batteries work differently, the voltage will drop as the power in them is used up. That means when your camera dies with alkaline batteries, you can take them out and run them in a radio or remote control for ages because they are low-drain appliances.

The downside of rechargeables is that if left unused thy lose their charge, which is why if you stick them in a remote control they won't last as long as alkalines.

:thinking:
#21
indeed. these will drain away even when not used.

They are old technology. Fine if you use up the batteries every few days.
However the newer Hybrio/ Eneloop ones do not drain!!! They even come ready charged.

The real use of this offer is if you dont have a charger. Not that the chargers any good but cheap enough.

If you already have a charger make sure you know why you are buying these old type batteries.
#22
potfish;1849294
Actually they are measured in a consistent way, but it is the capacity when new. What differentiates a good cell from a bad one is how many charge/discharge cycles before it loses its capacity, and this is something you can't tell from the specifications.
Perhaps, too, how they are measured bears little relationship to how they perform when used - a set of 2100mAh Uniross AA cells has never performed nearly as well for me in my camera (a typical high-drain application) than the camera-branded 1800mAh cells that came with it.

But then the cells were from eBay so might have been fake anyway I guess.

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