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16 AA Duracell Plus £4.99 @ Tesco
16 AA Duracell Plus £4.99 @ Tesco

16 AA Duracell Plus £4.99 @ Tesco

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In my local store (St Austell) this morning I noticed AA Duracell Plus batteries, packs of 8 + 8 free. Total of 16 batteries for £4.99, cost 31.3p each. Not showing online.

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Original Poster

Should keep the kids' Christmas toys going for a few days!

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Cold. £1.99 for 8 instore in Semi Chem

Original Poster

02627701;3563246

Cold. £1.99 for 8 instore in Semi Chem



Showing online at SemiChem as £2.49 for 4 + 4 free. - semichem.co.uk/sea…ell

Also I'd never heard of SemiChem before now. Did a store search & the nearest to me is 271 miles away. I could get them delivered but it would cost me a fair bit!

So for anyone else who lives a fair way from SemiChem that's not such a hot deal.

Good post mate, Thanks

Read that a lot of fake duracell batteries are doing the rounds in scotland (which can explode spectacularly), so be wary of cheap prices from around there

some one always finds some thing wrong lol voted hot !!

Nahhh - sorry

Kodak Max AA's are £4.99 for 24 and for many uses have a better capacity

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http://www.mx2.co.uk/products/images/32004_l.jpg

Disposable batteries can never be considered a bargain:

1 Disposable battery at 31.3p = 1 charge and use.
1 Rechargable battery at £1 = 1000 charges and use.

dca860;3565159

Nahhh - sorryKodak Max AA's are £4.99 for 24 and for many uses have a … Nahhh - sorryKodak Max AA's are £4.99 for 24 and for many uses have a better capacity]http://www.mx2.co.uk/default.asp?part=32004



I'd always buy Duracell over these.

designaw;3566542

Disposable batteries can never be considered a bargain:1 Disposable … Disposable batteries can never be considered a bargain:1 Disposable battery at 31.3p = 1 charge and use.1 Rechargable battery at £1 = 1000 charges and use.



erm, and 20p to charge?

renegade_si;3566855

erm, and 20p to charge?



Wha???

Hmmm. I think you may have your facts wrong there (forgive me if you were being sarcastic...)

Approximate energy required to charge an average AA rechargable = approx 0.02Kw/h

Approx cost per kw/h in UK = 7p.

So.....

You could charge 50 Batteries for 7p.

Slightly better value

For rechargables, I never go anywhere other than [url]www.7dayshop.com[/url] - free postage at the moment too! Good chargers available there as well...

I agree

I don't use anything other than rechargeable nowadays

Axemanbob;3567095

Wha???Hmmm. I think you may have your facts wrong there (forgive me if … Wha???Hmmm. I think you may have your facts wrong there (forgive me if you were being sarcastic...)Approximate energy required to charge an average AA rechargable = approx 0.02Kw/hApprox cost per kw/h in UK = 7p.So.....You could charge 50 Batteries for 7p. Slightly better value :)For rechargables, I never go anywhere other than [url]www.7dayshop.com[/url] - free postage at the moment too! Good chargers available there as well...



which supplier is doing electric for 7p/ KWh?

supergoose;3566563

I'd always buy Duracell over these.



More fool you. These come out on top for endurance in an independent review of loads of AA alkaline's. M&S did well too

dca860;3565159

Nahhh - sorryKodak Max AA's are £4.99 for 24 and for many uses have a … Nahhh - sorryKodak Max AA's are £4.99 for 24 and for many uses have a better capacity]http://www.mx2.co.uk/default.asp?part=32004



I went for this offer as they are now £4.49 ..... EVEN BETTER
Thanks supergoose for pointing this out as I was after some before xmas
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