128 Duracell batteries AA £26.99 free p&p @ Bigpockets
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128 Duracell batteries AA £26.99 free p&p @ Bigpockets

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Found 4th Aug 2015
Think this is the cheapest by some way i've seen on here. Been ordering for myself and seem fine - they are not the cheaper industrial ones. They come in packs of two.

Duracell AA
128 £26.99
64 £14.99
32 £7.99
16 £4.50
8 £2.50

I bought the 128 because it's cheapest and got free delivery.

Also AAA and energiser brand.

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I don't see anything for 21p plus even the cheapest pack is showing up at £1.95 delivery

Original Poster

Jenn101

I don't see anything for 21p plus even the cheapest pack is showing up at … I don't see anything for 21p plus even the cheapest pack is showing up at £1.95 delivery



128 @ £26.99 free delivery.....

Not saying they are, but are you sure they aren't fake?

Original Poster

Yeah I'm pretty sure. They look the same and last the same. Doesn't matter though everyone voting it cold even though I thought it was stonking lol!

I voted hot , you should of said apple batteries then people would vote hot

Buy Panasonic Eneloop stay charged
batteries. Save money and resources.
Too much is wasted on batteries.

suited72

Yeah I'm pretty sure. They look the same and last the same. Doesn't … Yeah I'm pretty sure. They look the same and last the same. Doesn't matter though everyone voting it cold even though I thought it was stonking lol!


have some heat from me

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gluke21

Buy Panasonic Eneloop stay chargedbatteries. Save money and resources.Too … Buy Panasonic Eneloop stay chargedbatteries. Save money and resources.Too much is wasted on batteries.


+1

Agreed, if they were ibatteries people would spaff over them, some people are tighter than a ducks stinker

Keep the wife's rabbit going for a bit

they are not the cheaper industrial ones

- you do realise that the "industrial ones" are a better battery than the consumer version in the picture! Only the "Simply" (pound shop style) range is a lower grade than what is in this post.

Original Poster

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magnersnice

Keep the wife's rabbit going for a bit

Cold for me, I get pack of 6 from poundshop.

can anybody give me the duration of use for a average rabbit vibrator using hammer action plz so i can then work out the cost per orgasm? over rechargables and forgetting to stick em on charge. the wife loves her rabbit and just keeps forgetting to wack em on charge after a session..... on average 3 - 5 wifey happy moments per session to maybe start the formula off? i voted hot just because im a bit odd

Bloody app

128 batteries, say whaaaaat

Blimey! I thought BigPockets had disappeared years ago oO
I used to use them a lot but then they started getting a bit 'weird' (competitions, forums, etc.) and started doing bulk-buy only.

I'm surprised they're back.

I'll never use them again - bought a 19" tv a couple of years ago, which was DOA, and they ignored all attempts at communication from me. I ended up up going through paypal to get my money back.
Edited by: "10bellies" 5th Aug 2015

davewave

have some heat from me



​And from me too!

This will be perfect for my 64 Wii remotes I bought off here yesterday!

Edited by: "Duncsalot" 5th Aug 2015

Rechargeables? Or am I missing something?

Great find, this would be ideal for my sins toys he goes through them so quickly.
Have some heat!

Nur1968

Great find, this would be ideal for my sins toys he goes through them so … Great find, this would be ideal for my sins toys he goes through them so quickly. Have some heat!


Why don't you just buy a couple of sets of rechargeables and a charger instead? Cost less than this, no need to worry about buying replacements and you're leaving less of a legacy of waste for your son to deal with.

Original Poster

I've got rechargables in quite a few devices that we use regularily. The problem for them with other occasional use is that If not used for a few months their life shortens, and if left uncharged their life shortens.

suited72

I've got rechargables in quite a few devices that we use regularily. The … I've got rechargables in quite a few devices that we use regularily. The problem for them with other occasional use is that If not used for a few months their life shortens, and if left uncharged their life shortens.


You need to use the new pre-charged/ready to use/low self-discharge types: they retain 70% of their charge even if left for a year. They are not damaged at all by this.
Edited by: "pibpob" 6th Aug 2015

pibpob

Why don't you just buy a couple of sets of rechargeables and a charger … Why don't you just buy a couple of sets of rechargeables and a charger instead? Cost less than this, no need to worry about buying replacements and you're leaving less of a legacy of waste for your son to deal with.



Your right, I might just do that thanks

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magnersnice

Keep the wife's rabbit going for a bit

while u browse HDUK

Shame they're until March 2017, but still a good value

pereslavtsev

Shame they're until March 2017, but still a good value


Harping on I know, but it's for your own good. Anyone who can use this many batteries before then is pouring money down the drain by not using rechargeables.
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