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24 x AmazonBasics AA Pre-charged Rechargeable Batteries 2000 mAh £22.44 at Amazon
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24 x AmazonBasics AA Pre-charged Rechargeable Batteries 2000 mAh £22.44 at Amazon

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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Not a bad price. Lidl ones higher capacity and cheaper, Varta at Screfix are OK but £2.50 extra and Ikea ones are good too for £5 extra. Voted hot!
Edited by: "sheffield788" 17th Dec 2019
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Not a bad price. Lidl ones higher capacity and cheaper, Varta at Screfix are OK but £2.50 extra and Ikea ones are good too for £5 extra. Voted hot!
Edited by: "sheffield788" 17th Dec 2019
Anyone know who makes Amazon battery for them? I know Ikea batteries are made by the same company that makes the Eneloop battery.
Edited by: "DryUrEyesMate" 17th Dec 2019
DryUrEyesMate17/12/2019 22:34

Anyone know who makes Amazon battery for them? I know Ikea batteries are …Anyone know who makes Amazon battery for them? I know Ikea batteries are made by the same company that makes the Eneloop battery.


Are they really?! That's worth knowing!! Thanks
D4NVT17/12/2019 22:51

Are they really?! That's worth knowing!! Thanks


As long as you get the Japanese ones yes... Same as Amazon AFAIK.
I have purchased the Amazon ones before, but they were 2400/2500MaH and made in Japan (They were same as Eneloop) the newer one now seem to be made in China. Eneloop are only made in one factory (Ikea,Eneloop Amazon) all from the same production line.

Just make sure they are at least 2400 AND made in Japan, but check as not a all Amazon batteries are equal.
Edited by: "mikeypr" 17th Dec 2019
I have had a really high failure rate with all my Amazon rechargeables. They generally have really good reviews - no idea why my experience is so bad. I use quality charger and slow charge batteries. Contacted support and their response was along the lines of "soz, yeah that is strange". Since switching to eneloop batteries, not had a single failure.
I have Ikea, Eneloop and Amazon "Made in Japan" Batteries and they all perform very differently and would be surprised if they came from the same production line is there any proof of this ?
retroflarical17/12/2019 23:02

I have had a really high failure rate with all my Amazon rechargeables. …I have had a really high failure rate with all my Amazon rechargeables. They generally have really good reviews - no idea why my experience is so bad. I use quality charger and slow charge batteries. Contacted support and their response was along the lines of "soz, yeah that is strange". Since switching to eneloop batteries, not had a single failure.


Odd I find AmazonBasic the better one and last ages
according to "Which" Eneloop best but expensive, IKEA quarter the price and better value...lots of also rans.
Edited by: "patg2005" 18th Dec 2019
retroflarical17/12/2019 23:02

I have had a really high failure rate with all my Amazon rechargeables. …I have had a really high failure rate with all my Amazon rechargeables. They generally have really good reviews - no idea why my experience is so bad. I use quality charger and slow charge batteries. Contacted support and their response was along the lines of "soz, yeah that is strange". Since switching to eneloop batteries, not had a single failure.


Having a good charger makes all the difference, i would never use the cheap chargers they come with.
Hi all. I have a rechargeable Microsoft battery pack for my Xbox one controller would the eneloop batteries last longer than that ? As I am no to sure if they would be better.

Thanks
Good find
meridiusuk18/12/2019 07:01

Hi all. I have a rechargeable Microsoft battery pack for my Xbox one …Hi all. I have a rechargeable Microsoft battery pack for my Xbox one controller would the eneloop batteries last longer than that ? As I am no to sure if they would be better. Thanks


I have been using eneloops for years and in my experience to they last 2-3 times long than the MS rechargeable battery.
Edited by: "Martin_Sykes" 18th Dec 2019
Remember...10% TCB on Amazon Basics
Martin_Sykes18/12/2019 10:11

I have been using eneloops for years and in my experience to they last 2-3 …I have been using eneloops for years and in my experience to they last 2-3 times long than the MS rechargeable battery.


Thanks. What versions did you get in power eating and what plug charger ? Was thinking of getting some for my Xbox one controller as the Microsoft battery lasts ok but could be better.

Thanks
retroflarical17/12/2019 23:02

I have had a really high failure rate with all my Amazon rechargeables. …I have had a really high failure rate with all my Amazon rechargeables. They generally have really good reviews - no idea why my experience is so bad. I use quality charger and slow charge batteries. Contacted support and their response was along the lines of "soz, yeah that is strange". Since switching to eneloop batteries, not had a single failure.


Me too, I've got quite a lot of amazon basics rechargeables and the AA's seem to be really iffy, like you I switched to eneloops and not had a single issue since.
Decent
sheffield78817/12/2019 22:08

Not a bad price. Lidl ones higher capacity and cheaper, Varta at Screfix …Not a bad price. Lidl ones higher capacity and cheaper, Varta at Screfix are OK but £2.50 extra and Ikea ones are good too for £5 extra. Voted hot!


But what will you do with 24 batteries. It's waste of money and harmful for environment when you discard them.
Bought the AAA version last year already for the bin corroded crap
Techie_Zootie18/12/2019 16:53

But what will you do with 24 batteries. It's waste of money and harmful …But what will you do with 24 batteries. It's waste of money and harmful for environment when you discard them.


24 batteries are easily used in my household - especially at Christmas. It's better for the environment to get rechargeables than single use batteries anyway.
Techie_Zootie18/12/2019 16:53

But what will you do with 24 batteries. It's waste of money and harmful …But what will you do with 24 batteries. It's waste of money and harmful for environment when you discard them.


Techie_Zootie18/12/2019 16:53

But what will you do with 24 batteries. It's waste of money and harmful …But what will you do with 24 batteries. It's waste of money and harmful for environment when you discard them.



You can drop them into a battery recycling bin. Why would you discard them any other way these days? Battery bins have been around for many years now. Sounds like you need to research what you can recycle these days.
Techie_Zootie18/12/2019 16:53

But what will you do with 24 batteries. It's waste of money and harmful …But what will you do with 24 batteries. It's waste of money and harmful for environment when you discard them.


You probably do not have children. Most of the toys require batteries. I have about 100 rechargeable so far. Every time when kids get a toy, and particularly now at Christmas, I can't find any batteries, as they are all in use. So I need to mess taking batteries from one toy, putting it in the other and so on. I've also got about 25 batteries, non rechargeable, as if I need some now, at least to have them handy.
I never need more than 10 batteries in a year before I had my 2 kids.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 18th Dec 2019
ern17/12/2019 23:27

I have Ikea, Eneloop and Amazon "Made in Japan" Batteries and they all …I have Ikea, Eneloop and Amazon "Made in Japan" Batteries and they all perform very differently and would be surprised if they came from the same production line is there any proof of this ?


There's only one manufacturer of these types of batteries in Japan, FDK. And there's all sorts of testing out there that shows only negligible and normal differences between them.
meridiusuk18/12/2019 12:44

Thanks. What versions did you get in power eating and what plug charger ? …Thanks. What versions did you get in power eating and what plug charger ? Was thinking of getting some for my Xbox one controller as the Microsoft battery lasts ok but could be better. Thanks


I have the genuine white Sanyo Ni-mh charger and am using 1900mah AA’s and 750mah AAA. These were all bought between 3-5 years ago and still hold there charge really well. I must have about 30 batteries in total but they keep disappearing into random TV remotes where they last for years where I prefer to use them in games controllers and torches that need recharging more often.
DryUrEyesMate18/12/2019 01:47

Having a good charger makes all the difference, i would never use the …Having a good charger makes all the difference, i would never use the cheap chargers they come with.



Any recommendation for a good charger?
prq24/12/2019 10:17

Any recommendation for a good charger?


Hi heres is a few to choose from as everyones needs are different.
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