Uniross Hybrio AA / AAA Charger With 2 x AA 2100mAh Hybrio Batteries £4.25 @ Amazon {filler item} - HotUKDeals
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* Simple to use
* For all usages
* Ready to use batteries
* 500 times recharge
* 8 hour charge
Charges AA,AAA & PP3
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[mod]#1
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http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0001GRVE6 is about the best filler that I could find.

(One that's any real use)

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/419VJ981XTL._SL500_AA280_.jpg

for £1.70.


Unfortunately I have about three of these around the home but might help someone.
so get Charger £4.25 and knife (if you are over 16) for £1.70. Total = £5.95

Or go to play.com and get the same charger on it's own for £5.99
suspended#3
anywhere to get the batteries alone [cheap?]
#4
euglycaemia;5719069
anywhere to get the batteries alone [cheap?]

Two of these batteries will cost you about that on their own.
#5
euglycaemia
anywhere to get the batteries alone [cheap?]


http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/default.php?cat=3&type=3060&man=0&filterwords=aa&go=SEARCH&comp= lots of brand including 4xAA 2650mah duracell batteries for £5.40
#6
I bought this for £2 something some months ago and the charger is not very good, it doesn't stop charging automatically and it takes about 16 hours to charge a 2100mAh battery.

Of course I got it for the batteries which are quite good :D.
#7
Computerman
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/default.php?cat=3&type=3060&man=0&filterwords=aa&go=SEARCH&comp= lots of brand including 4xAA 2650mah duracell batteries for £5.40


When will people stop comparing old and new technologies?

Hybrio, Eneloop and the like are significantly different and far superior to the old type of NIMH batteries for the vast majority of uses. I'd take 2 hybrio over 4 2650mah duracell's any day.

Heat added,cheapest price I know for hybrios is £8 for four, here you'd get two chargers for 50p ;-)
#8
Try these: http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html
Go for the green-coloured batteries half way down the page - £5.40 for 4 AA delivered; similar to Hybrio/Eneloop - ready to use from the pack and do not lose charge while not in use
#9
Computerman
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/default.php?cat=3&type=3060&man=0&filterwords=aa&go=SEARCH&comp= lots of brand including 4xAA 2650mah duracell batteries for £5.40


No not the same type of battery.
#10
simonsdeals
here you'd get two chargers for 50p ;-)


TBH not really worth 50p. Hot deal for what it is, but if you already have a charger, there must be far better deals.
#11
simonsdeals
Hybrio, Eneloop and the like are significantly different and far superior to the old type of NIMH batteries for the vast majority of uses. I'd take 2 hybrio over 4 2650mah duracell's any day.

Significantly different: Yes.

Far Superior: Sometime.

Vast majority of use: Debatable.

People who use high drain devices (camera, flash, RC cars just to name a few) that needs recharging every few days/sessions are by far better off with the old school high capacity batteries.

I am roughly 50/50 when it comes to high drain/low drain devices, and I find buy according to your needs rather than just go for a single type. It's not that hard to figure out which types are better for what devices.

BTW, I think that this is a better buy unless you really do not need 4 batteries (even if you only need two, it's nice being able to have another one pre-charge to go when needed): http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=105240
#12
eldaras
I bought this for £2 something some months ago and the charger is not very good, it doesn't stop charging automatically and it takes about 16 hours to charge a 2100mAh battery.

Of course I got it for the batteries which are quite good :D.


Mine stops charging when fully charged. Also it is better for the batteries to slow charge.
#13
Good bit of kit if you've got one of those cheap and nasty cameras which take AA rather than proper dedicated Li-ion.
#14
simonsdeals;5719619
When will people stop comparing old and new technologies?

Hybrio, Eneloop and the like are significantly different and far superior to the old type of NIMH batteries for the vast majority of uses. I'd take 2 hybrio over 4 2650mah duracell's any day.

Heat added,cheapest price I know for hybrios is £8 for four, here you'd get two chargers for 50p ;-)


I recently got 5 packs of 2100mAh Hybrio AAs at GBP 5.68 per pack. Shipping is GBP 2.50 IIRC (for 5 packs).

http://www.totalblankmedia.com/uniross-rechargeable-hybrio-aa-2100mah-batteries-p-671.html

Ralph
#15
I don't get it Rizla, it's ~£1.70ish yeah, but from marketplace sellers, so you have another £4 delivery on top?
#16
Besford
Good bit of kit if you've got one of those cheap and nasty cameras which take AA rather than proper dedicated Li-ion.


lol - it would be fine if those with "proper dedicated Li-on" always came with at least two batteries; instead you usually have to spend another £50 or risk buying a firebomb from eBay / Amazon MarketPlace. I'll keep my cheap and nasty cameras thanks!

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