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1300mah

6 rechargeable batteries for £6.49, for just over a pound each your definately going to get your moneys worth.
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#1
"1330mah"

I didn't know you could still get them that low spec now! :-(
#2
1330mah is very poor.


Your far better with this which has 4 x 2100mah batteries PLUS charger for £6.56 delivered !! : :thumbsup:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/UniRoss-X-Press-Classic-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B0002LHX8Y/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1225446788&sr=8-2

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41uvuG3zhBL._SS500_.jpg
#3
come on mate surely they still do the same job
do i need to be looking 2100 + then, and whats the difference? do they just last longer or something. sorry but im not an expert on batteries!
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What is mAh?

SUMMARY: What does mAh mean when it comes to digital camera batteries?

mAh stands for Milliamp Hour, a technical term for how much power a particular battery will hold. Digital camera batteries with higher mAh values theoretically last longer without requiring a recharge, allowing you to take more photographs before you have to replace your batteries.

It is recommended when placing batteries in a digital camera that their mAh values match. Otherwise, it is possible that one lesser mAh battery will drain before the others, causing extra strain on the remaining batteries or causing your digital camera to not work until all batteries are replaced.


It depends really what device your using it in ........e.g. my digital cordless phones have 700mah ......my digital camera has 2500mah.
#5
its going to get pretty cold over here!!!! :)
#6
These are far better -Encore Rechargeable 2700mAh Ni-MH AA Batteries @ Play £5.99 delivered.

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/866254/Encore-Rechargeable-2700mAh-Ni-MH-AA-Batteries/Product.html
#7
mymemory.co.uk were/are doing 4x2500mAh AA with 2x700mAh AAA free for £5.50 using the code "mmdisc" for 50% off clearance items.

Good deals on chargers and other clearance items too.
#8
A truly awful deal, cannot believe there are still 1300mah out there, I have just bought some 2500mah for £1 a pack of 4 AA from Lidl on sale to replace some of my older 1500-2100 mah and threw those low spec ones away!
banned#9
cicobuff;3351314
A truly awful deal, cannot believe there are still 1300mah out there, I have just bought some 2500mah for £1 a pack of 4 AA from Lidl on sale to replace some of my older 1500-2100 mah and threw those low spec ones away!

I hope you really just didnt throw batteries away. They are meant to be recycled otherwise they leak into the water supply.
#10
If you are using a digital camera 1330's won't last long. Even LIDL had 2500's at 1.99 for four last month (Sorry they were not £1 as stated above.
BUT I AGREE, DO NOT throw your batteries in the rubbish! The chemicals seep out (Chlorines and acids etc) in the landfill and into the water table
#11
csiman
I hope you really just didnt throw batteries away. They are meant to be recycled otherwise they leak into the water supply.


Recycle whatever the local council takes for recycling, which doesnt include batteries, so it has gone in the general waste, I take the viewpoint that we pay enough on council tax without having to take the additional responsibility to ensure everything is recycled when the local councils do not provide the facilities.

Therefore in this household, tins, cardboard, magazines, plastic bags, glass bottles and green waste all gets recycled, everything else has to go in general waste.

Unfortunately unlike America (which seems to get a bigger rap of things in the recyling world and a lot of blame) which have decent stores that do battery recycling (Target, Home Depot, Wal-Mart etc) we don't.

Complain to Dudley MBC not to me if you don't agree.
#12
Darracott Jack
If you are using a digital camera 1330's won't last long. Even LIDL had 2500's at 1.99 for four last month (Sorry they were not £1 as stated above.
BUT I AGREE, DO NOT throw your batteries in the rubbish! The chemicals seep out (Chlorines and acids etc) in the landfill and into the water table


They were £1 in the local Lidl here, reduced in price. As clearly they had not sold, so they were £1 as I stated at least in my Lidl, but I haven't advertised it as a deal because no doubt I would just get remarks like yours stating that I was wrong.

Actually I will edit this, in case anyone wants to get pedantic about it, I did lie, just checked the receipt, they were actually 99p for a pack of four. Also had the battery chargers down to £5.99 from a tenner as well, and they are really good, charge 6 (8 if you charge PP3s) batteries at once, good indicators and pre battery emptying too.

As said I won't post as a deal though because it probably is just local to this particular Lidl (Blackheath, near Oldbury West Mids if anyone is interested)
#13
cicobuff;3351827
Recycle whatever the local council takes for recycling, which doesnt include batteries, so it has gone in the general waste ...

It's the same here. However, in my village of 120 households, a resident has a plastic bin stapled to his gate and villagers are encouraged to drop off used batteries when they are passing. He then hands them in periodically at the town's recycling centre where they have a special area for batteries.

Two others have bins at their gate, one for used inkjet and toner cartridges and the other for used water filters (any money made goes to charity).

It just needs a bit of effort by residents to remember these bins and to take the time out to use them.
#14
websearcher
It's the same here. However, in my village of 120 households, a resident has a plastic bin stapled to his gate and villagers are encouraged to drop off used batteries when they are passing. He then hands them in periodically at the town's recycling centre where they have a special area for batteries.

Two others have bins at their gate, one for used inkjet and toner cartridges and the other for used water filters (any money made goes to charity).

It just needs a bit of effort by residents to remember these bins and to take the time out to use them.


Just for everyones info that seems to be interfering with my own concerns, I do take onboard logic to a certain degree when it comes to waste disposal and would certainly take down to the local Civil Amenity site AKA rubbish tip any chemicals that were harmful to the environment, however for all those concerned, this information may be of benefit :

NiMH batteries are environmentally safe! NiCD batteries contain the heavy metal Cadmium, Cadmium is highly toxic and outright dangerous and we don't need it in our landfills. NiMH batteries use Nickel the same thing that the coins in your pockets are made out of! Nickel is environmentally safe in fact your body uses it!

Sadly for me websearcher, I don't happen to live or be in the position financially to afford property in such a nice quiet village area, instead living within the urban black country with chavs of neighbours on the one side that don't have respect for themselves or anyone else, whereby their own rubbish gets spilt onto our very own front lawn.

We do what we can, but sadly as nice as it would be, this area just isnt really that "neighbourly", not saying its the worst, but I really cannot say a scheme like that would ever come into effect around here, as lovely as a nice little village would be to live in, I only get that pleasant sort of environment when I visit the parents.

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