Uniross X-Press 150 Classic Charger + 4 x AA Batteries WAS £8.99 NOW £5.94 (with voucher) - HotUKDeals
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I found his whilst looking for new rechargeable batteries.
This was originally £8.99, reduced to £6.99, but use the code below to purchase it for £5.94!! (Arrange pick up in-store)
Promotional code: student07 (thanks to sarbjeet)

Technical details:
Plug-In Charger (RC103476) for Ni-MH and Ni-Cad rechargeable batteries
Includes 4 x 2000mAh Ni-MH AA rechargeable batteries
Will charge AAA, AA and PP3 size batteries
All charging times are controlled by the user
Easy to use
Great value for money
Full charge in 18 hours
Indicator lights indicate charging
Will charge 2 or 4 batteries of the same type at the same time

WARNING: NO DESCRIPTION ONSITE BUT PICTURE SHOWS 1300MAH NOT 2000mah AS OP SUGGESTS ORDER AT OWN RISK.
- harlzter
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#1
Only appears to be 1300mah batteries as far as i can see from the picture and the description onsite is useless.
#2
I did a price comparison before posting and found the details on amazon.... and it cost virtually double the price when you paid delivery also!!!!!!

I agree that the description onsite is useless (but we are talking about wilkinsons) but surely people can do a search to find out more like I did!!!!
#3
But these come with various capacity batteries in the pack, as you say the amazon quotes them as 2000mah but the picture of the product wilkos are selling clearly shows them as 1300mah so thats what i will go by, why would wilkos show 1300's if they are of higher capacity??
Its like doing a search for a 1.1 fiesta and reading the specs for the 1.8 turbo injection model or whatever it is these days USELESS so voting cold and marking as spam as people may read your description and order something that is no use to them, thereby wasting money And time!!!
#4
WOW....VERY HARSH!!!
I won't be posting anything I believe to be a bargain again!!
It's just too scarey.... I genuinely believed that I had done what I could to find information out about the product but obviously I didn't do enough!
Thanks anyway!
#5
cezne
WOW....VERY HARSH!!!
I won't be posting anything I believe to be a bargain again!!
It's just too scarey.... I genuinely believed that I had done what I could to find information out about the product but obviously I didn't do enough!
Thanks anyway!

Sorry for seeming harsh mate. post anything you thinks a good deal i was just warning members to err on the side of caution with these, the Uniross chargers are a minefield just by their titles, these are still decent value if you want that capacity, just that like myself many may have bought them for digital cameras where the higher capacity batteries are needed these would still be great for kiddies toys, you made what i believe was a genuine mistake and easily done.

Sorry for what seemed like a cold reception to the site.
#6
No problem.............lessons learnt! ;-)
#7
Oh my Oh my... I have completely forgotten about 1300 maH Ni-MH batteries as these capacities were at old technology since Ni-MH goes up to typically 2800 maH these days for AA size. So 1100 maH - 1500 maH capacities are definitely old stock or using half as much chemicals in the cells as for 2800 maH! I would spend £2-3 more just to half my effort by having bigger capacity batteries.
#8
cezne
No problem.............lessons learnt! ;-)


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Cezne, Please don't forget the 2nd rule of fight club either ! :giggle:


KEEP POSTING THEM OFFERS MATE !? :thumbsup:
1 Like #9
This could be just what I'm looking for...I've had my fill of 15 minute chargers - they're way too fussy about the type of batteries you put in them. For this amount of dosh it's worth it for the charger alone! Simply take the wimpy supplied batteries out & throw them in your neighbour's collection of shrubs - they love the battery acid - then just use it for the charger alone.

Thanks OP.

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