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UniRoss Sprint 90 Min Battery Charger + 4 x AA 2500 mAh Rechargeable Batteries - £12.24 @ Amazon !

£12.24 @ Amazon
UniRoss Sprint 90 Min Battery Charger inc 4 x AA 2500 mAh Rechargeable Batteries - £12.24 @ Amazon ! FREE delivery on orders over £15. Includes both AC & Car adapter Uniross SPRINT 90 min Fast C… Read More
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UniRoss Sprint 90 Min Battery Charger inc 4 x AA 2500 mAh Rechargeable Batteries - £12.24 @ Amazon !

FREE delivery on orders over £15. Includes both AC & Car adapter

Uniross SPRINT 90 min Fast Charger - will charge 2 or 4 AAA or AA size batteries. Box Contents : Charger | 4 x 2500 mAh AA Batteries | Car Adapter
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banned#1
thanks!!!
"Rechargeable Batteries - 312.24 @ Amazon !"

You need to change to
"Rechargeable Batteries - £12.24 @ Amazon !"
You never press the shift!
#2
An equivalent product is available at 7dayshop for £11.99
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=102168
with higher capacity batteries (2700mah) - so not the best deal imo.....
#3
gari189
An equivalent product is available at 7dayshop for £11.99
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=102168
with higher capacity batteries (2700mah) - so not the best deal imo.....


What the postage on this like? Is the fact that it's not branded a problem?
#4
Oooh not bad....
#5
Foxy102
What the postage on this like? Is the fact that it's not branded a problem?


I use to use 7dayshop a lot, but postage and long delivery times has meant they seem to be losing a lot of business, stock selection seems to be shrinking, :-(

Their 2700 maH are very good though!
#6
if you are going to order anything from 7dayshop make sure you get additional batteries - you'll find it difficult to get them cheaper elsewhere.
I especially recommend the button batteries for car key fobs/motherboards etc - £1 for 2 (whilst on ebuyer £4 each)
#7
gari189
if you are going to order anything from 7dayshop make sure you get additional batteries - you'll find it difficult to get them cheaper elsewhere.
I especially recommend the button batteries for car key fobs/motherboards etc - £1 for 2 (whilst on ebuyer £4 each)


I get the button batteries from the 99p shop near me. They sell packs of 50!

How much was the postage from 7dayshop?
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Foxy102
I get the button batteries from the 99p shop near me. They sell packs of 50!

How much was the postage from 7dayshop?

I know the packs you mean but the ones on 7dayshop are branded. Postage from 7dayshop is £3.95 (I recommend the battery cases as well -saves have a drawer full of loose batteries)
#9
Foxy102
I get the button batteries from the 99p shop near me. They sell packs of 50!

How much was the postage from 7dayshop?


P & P is £3.95 and can take up to ten days to arrive. Button batteries cheap as chips in any pound shop! :thumbsup:
#10
gari189
I know the packs you mean but the ones on 7dayshop are branded. Postage from 7dayshop is £3.95 (I recommend the battery cases as well -saves have a drawer full of loose batteries)


Thanks for that. I think i'll go for one of those. I might even treat myself to some of those bad boy 2800ma AA's! Rep added!:thumbsup:
#11
I don't understand about the capacities and "mAh" ratings, can anyone explain this please? I mean when I buy standard non-rechargables you just buy the correct shape/size of battery... what does the "mAh" rating mean, will ones with a lower rating not be powerful enough for certain things?

Any explanation gratefully received.
#12
In a nutshell it is a measure of a battery's total capacity. The higher the number (ex. 600 mAh, 1,500 mAh) the more charge a battery can hold and usually, the longer a battery will last under a certain load.
:thumbsup:
#13
[SIZE=2]If you've got a digital camera, the higher the mah, the quicker you can take another photo. If the mah is low, it can take several seconds before you can take a second picture.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Ideally, you want atleast 2300mah for digi cameras.[/SIZE]
#14
sgandtg
[SIZE=2]If you've got a digital camera, the higher the mah, the quicker you can take another photo. If the mah is low, it can take several seconds before you can take a second picture.[/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]Ideally, you want atleast 2300mah for digi cameras.[/SIZE]


Hahaha...that's the funniest thing i've heard for ages. Thanks for that....cheered me up no end. :w00t: :giggle:
#15
I bought these a couple of months ago, for my digi camers...
I am very disapointed with their performance. They don't last nearly as long as my original 1800mAh batteries.
Also I bought a set of four 2100mAh from Aldi, for £2.99, which are lasting much longer than the UniRoss ones.
#16
rockyfella
I bought these a couple of months ago, for my digi camers...
I am very disapointed with their performance. They don't last nearly as long as my original 1800mAh batteries.
Also I bought a set of four 2100mAh from Aldi, for £2.99, which are lasting much longer than the UniRoss ones.


The Lidl Tronic brand ones are realy good too. I think they were even cheaper than the Aldi ones! :thumbsup:
#17
ok, anyone got any ideas on how to get over £15 to avoid having to pay the delivery charges, other than spare batteries...:thumbsup:
#18
mikecool
ok, anyone got any ideas on how to get over £15 to avoid having to pay the delivery charges, other than spare batteries...:thumbsup:


Check these 'clearance deals' @ Amazon :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/search.php?searchid=1760830
#19
gari189
An equivalent product is available at 7dayshop for £11.99
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=102168
with higher capacity batteries (2700mah) - so not the best deal imo.....



...or this Hama one for £6.99 + p&p:

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=102692&PHPSESSID=ff5816ac88aac94b905ecdf891624909

A SUPERB VALUE CLEARANCE DEAL FROM HAMA - This fast and compact Ni-Mh charger is supplied complete with 4 top quality rechargeable AA 2500mAh Ni-Mh Hama batteries. The price includes a 240 Volt Mains adapter with a UK 3 Pin plug already fitted and also a 12V cigar car charging lead too - everything you need to start saving some substantial money on your ongoing battery costs. Charging times will vary but will typically be around 1 to 4 hours. Very competitively priced and limited stocks only !!
This charger charges either 2 or 4 batteries at a time and does not appear to charge Ni-Cad type or AAA size batteries.

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