USBCELL 2 x Pack AA Rechargeable Batteries - £7.63 with £7.63 cashback @ Misco - HotUKDeals
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Misco 100% cashback deal

"USBCELL Pack 2 x AA USB Batteries

Introducing the revolutionary new rechargeable battery - the USBCELL.

This NiMH AA cell can be used like a normal battery and can be recharged simply by plugging into a USB port.

With over 15 billion Alkaline batteries made and thrown away each year - wasting resources, C02 and creating toxic Landfill - USBCELL offers a eco-friendly alternative as can be re-used hundreds of times as no charge adaptor or cable is needed, saving you money, hassle and waste. Buy USBCELL today.

Eco Benefits

Each USBCELL saves 3Kg of toxic waste and 7Kg of CO2 emitted.

USBCELL re-usable batteries aim to help save you money, hassle as well as reduce battery waste.

From Feb 1st 2010 in the UK it becomes law for stores to help more with collection and recycle batteries, USBCELL batteries help as can be recharged hundreds of times from USB ports on computers, laptops, games devices, hubs or in regular charger - so you don't need to find/carry one.

USBCELL is the ultimate eco-friendly battery. It is tested up to 500 charge cycles to guarantee optimum reusable performance."
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#2
Just make sure ya read the T&C's. They will send the cashback within 56 days from claim and claim must be made within 14 days.
#3
for me all this cash back deal looks like borrowing money with small "interest"...and yes they will refund you money in 56 days...You can get these batteries from poundland for £1
#4
Sorry, without reading the T&C. Is the cashback for purchase of 1 pack only?

* Nevermind, just read 1 per customer. Still hot tho!! :)

Edited By: EDEN188 on Aug 18, 2010 11:52: Found out answer
#5
So what's in it for them?? Seems they are giving stuff away??
#6
Stu
So what's in it for them?? Seems they are giving stuff away??


No idea though it seems to be a popular marketing method in the US from comments in the old thread.
#7
I got this for 47p from Currys about a year ago
#8
Chances are they work on the assumption a lot of people will screw up and not redeem it anyway and others will buy more cos they like them.

In my opinion it's probably more hassle than they are worth.
#9
robot1000
I got this for 47p from Currys about a year ago


Same here, charged them up but never used them!
#10
agentjont
robot1000
I got this for 47p from Currys about a year ago
Same here, charged them up but never used them!

dante2000
for me all this cash back deal looks like borrowing money with small "interest"...and yes they will refund you money in 56 days...You can get these batteries from poundland for £1

I am a little confused. Are the batteries for 47p or £1 the charge from USB type
referred to in the post. Thanks.
#11
gluke21
agentjont
robot1000
I got this for 47p from Currys about a year ago
Same here, charged them up but never used them!


dante2000
for me all this cash back deal looks like borrowing money with small "interest"...and yes they will refund you money in 56 days...You can get these batteries from poundland for £1


I am a little confused. Are the batteries for 47p or £1 the charge from USB type
referred to in the post. Thanks.


The ones I got for 47p are the exact the same as that in the OP

The deal I got was - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/usbcell-rechargeable-batteries-x2-a/444988
#12
Yeah i got couple of these from Currys last year .. use them in my NET MD and works a treat . charge then at work using USB.. very handy
#13
COLD £5.99 IN YOUR LOCAL MORRISONS!!
#14
Psychic
COLD £5.99 IN YOUR LOCAL MORRISONS!!


How is £5.99 better than free.
#15
Where is it FREE??? £7.63 Misco ****£5.99 Morrisons**** :p
#16
It's in the op and link, Misco are giving 100% cashback. i.e you pay £7.63, send off a claim form and Misco give you a cheque for £7.63.
#17
It's not completely free, as you still have to pay for the postage of the claim form
#18
FYI: Took about 2months but they DID deliver the £back as promised - although originally it had taken a DSR 7day cancellation threat to get confirmation that I could claim for all 4 items AND they had received my applications. (2 of the 4 items got paid in c2m, other 2 it took a further email chase and c3months!) - ie too much uncertainty/hassle/time/delay for a "too good to be true" offer really.
MKD

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