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16x AmazonBasics AA Pre-charged Rechargeable Batteries 2000 mAh £17.76 / AAA PreCharged Batteries 800 mAh 12 pack £11.19 (+£4.49 non prime)
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16x AmazonBasics AA Pre-charged Rechargeable Batteries 2000 mAh £17.76 / AAA PreCharged Batteries 800 mAh 12 pack £11.19 (+£4.49 non prime)

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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16 pack, 2000mah precharged AA batteries £17.76
12 pack of 800mah AAA battereies for £11.19

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All batteries are pre-charged. Some are rechargeable.
/s

<I must not try to be funny>


Checked CCC and 16x AmazonBasics AA Pre-charged Rechargeable Batteries regular price is £19.99
So £17.76 is a saving.

12x AmazonBasics AAA Pre-charged Rechargeable Batteries regular price is £10.99 (for past year)
So £11.19 is not a saving.

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Edited by: "Sqsq" 17th Dec 2019
.....& Remember Boys & Girls....10% TCB
Sqsq17/12/2019 15:18

All batteries are pre-charged. Some are rechargeable./s


Wrong.
Sqsq17/12/2019 15:18

All batteries are pre-charged. Some are rechargeable./s


They most certainly aren't.
Sqsq17/12/2019 15:18

All batteries are pre-charged. Some are rechargeable./s<I must not try to …All batteries are pre-charged. Some are rechargeable./s<I must not try to be funny>Checked CCC and 16x AmazonBasics AA Pre-charged Rechargeable Batteries regular price is £19.99So £17.76 is a saving.12x AmazonBasics AAA Pre-charged Rechargeable Batteries regular price is £10.99 (for past year)So £11.19 is not a saving.[Image]


I posted the AAA alongside just in case anyone was in the market for this particular size as well.

Not sure what's got you so worked up about this, although I'm assuming due to the fact you were posting misinformation and got corrected.
sammy12517/12/2019 15:44

Not sure what's got you so worked up about this, although I'm assuming due …Not sure what's got you so worked up about this, although I'm assuming due to the fact you were posting misinformation and got corrected.


There was a /s at the end of my initial comment... but hey I learned something new today and that's always good thing.
Edited by: "Sqsq" 17th Dec 2019
Depending on what you're using them for 2000mah can be quite underpowered. Better with 2900mah if you can get them at a good price.
mickrick17/12/2019 16:04

Depending on what you're using them for 2000mah can be quite underpowered. …Depending on what you're using them for 2000mah can be quite underpowered. Better with 2900mah if you can get them at a good price.


These are the precharged eneloop type ones, they don't hold as much capacity but are great at holding charge as they don't self discharge so badly. Arguably more useful for most cases.
Agreed. I use eneloops for my camera flas units due to their high refresh rate. Ikea's batteries are also eneloops.
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