Uniross Super Heavy Duty AA Batteries - 30 batteries for £3.98 delivered @ Mymemory - other sizes too - HotUKDeals
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Various Uniross Batteries are on offer with Buy 2 Get 1 Free.

You can have AA or AAA for example. Full details on the site.

For example, you can get 2 x 10 packs of AA plus 1 x 10 pack of AAA for what seems to be a great price of £3.98 for 30 brand name batteries delivered.

MyMemory site is wrong and the Uniross site is not - these really are Zinc, not Alkaline as MyMemory suggests. Sorry for the Alkaline in the original title.
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#1
I ordered these this morning - ran out after Christmas!

The last time this was posted it only got to 33
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/30-x-super-heavy-duty-aa-batteries-/795318

Still a good deal
#2
Thanks...
#3
they are zinc batteries not alkaline read description
#4
shadow1
they are zinc batteries not alkaline read description


Yes I just noticed that as well - too late. They are incorrectly described by the seller.
#5
Stupid question, which is better Zinc or Alkaline? eg for wii remotes, digital cameras etc.,?

Got the answer:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alkaline_battery

Edited By: charlie brown on Jan 05, 2011 11:57
banned#6
Buy rechargable.............there really is no excuse not to these days:D
1 Like #7
SHOWMAN36
Buy rechargable.............there really is no excuse not to these days:D

Of course there is, there's an excuse for everything!
#8
I just put 3 boxes of AAA in my cart, went back to add some AA
and they had gone out of stock :(
EXPIRED :(
#9
SHOWMAN36
Buy rechargable.............there really is no excuse not to these days :D


Rechargeables are absolutely great if everything in your house that needs batteries is relatively new. Not everyone has new kit and so the 1.2v of a rechargeable is marginal, at best, for something expecting 1.5v - that includes me!! :D
#10
edwardw121
I just put 3 boxes of AAA in my cart, went back to add some AA
and they had gone out of stock :(
EXPIRED :(


Seems not everyone finds these bad value for money!! However, not expired due to the other types being available.

Edited By: cibarious on Jan 05, 2011 12:23
#11
iits a good ideal, i voted hot,
considering my mrs picked some up in b&q other dya for about £100, ordered some off amazon, for a few pennies more, but ah well!
#12
SHOWMAN36
Buy rechargable.............there really is no excuse not to these days:D


Unfortunately some new gear won't run on 1.2v rechargeables - I have looked at the Alkaline rechargeables offered by OWL - expensive but possibly a solution. You need an alkaline charger as well.

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