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AAA and AA Rechargeable Batteries

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Is it worth buying a charger and batteries or get a pack of 10 disposable batteries from Poundland when I need them.

How much does it cost to recharge batteries?
Would it work out cheaper to buy disposable ones?

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Hmmm rechargable is cheaper in the long run but remembering to charge them can prove to be a pain!!
#2
i can get 36 AA batteries from the 99p store
only problem is, there's no battery recycling facilities in my area.
#3
chuck them in the bin then
#4
batteries are really damaging to the environment you know.
#5
Maplin are doing 12 rechargeable AA or AAA batteries for £9.99 at the moment which can give you 1000 recharges. I bought the AAA ones for my wireless mouse..had no problems with the batteries so far.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=46414&C=Maplin&U=SearchTop&T=aa&doy=20m6

As for a charger Uniross do a rapid 15 minute charger which I have one at the moment, as the name says only 15 minutes to charge the batteries which can usually take up to say 8 hours to fully charge the batteries on a standard battery charger. The rapid 15 charger can be bought for around £10-£15 on eBay.

In the long term it can be cheaper than buying disposable batteries plus your doing your wee bit to help the environment.
#6
Lidl are selling high capacity Nihm re-chargables for £1.99 a pack.
4xAAA 900mAh
4x AA 2500mAh
2 xC, 4000mAh
2x D 4500mAh

Poundland sell packs of 3 or 4 Nicad AA. as do a lot of 99p shops

Rapid chargers are more likely to cause battery failures
#7
scattycat;2357438
Lidl are selling high capacity Nihm re-chargables for £1.99 a pack.
4xAAA 900mAh
4x AA 2500mAh
2 xC, 4000mAh
2x D 4500mAh

Poundland sell packs of 3 or 4 Nicad AA. as do a lot of 99p shops

Rapid chargers are more likely to cause battery failures



Lidl one's are pants.
banned#8
pikachu12
i can get 36 AA batteries from the 99p store
only problem is, there's no battery recycling facilities in my area.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/customavatars/avatar58547_2.gif

I wouldn't have thought you needed batteries!:p
#9
i dont care about the enviroment
#10
handsomejackuk
i dont care about the enviroment


So its OK for me to p*ss in your watertank?

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