30 DURACELL INDUSTRIAL AA BATTERIES PROFESSIONAL £8.19 @ BargainShop_London / Ebay
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30 DURACELL INDUSTRIAL AA BATTERIES PROFESSIONAL £8.19 @ BargainShop_London / Ebay

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Found 13th Dec 2016Made hot 13th Dec 2016
30 DURACELL INDUSTRIAL AA BATTERIES PROFESSIONAL ALKALINE REPLACES PROCELL AA for £8.19

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That's less than 28p per battery.

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used these not so long back in a battery eating soldering iron, lasted ages! impressive for the price!

HEAT!

Are they meant to last longer than normal Duracell batteries?

hiller07

Are they meant to last longer than normal Duracell batteries?



Nope, they are ok but I've found them more prone to leaks than other brands. Prefer Kodak Xtralife, either in bulk from Amazon/eBay or from Poundland.

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JustLikeArkwright

Nope, they are ok but I've found them more prone to leaks than other … Nope, they are ok but I've found them more prone to leaks than other brands. Prefer Kodak Xtralife, either in bulk from Amazon/eBay or from Poundland.


Kodak Xtralife from Poundland are an absolute bargain. Just check battery websites that compare batteries. They score really well.

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hiller07

Are they meant to last longer than normal Duracell batteries?



Here the website. hope that helps you.
professional.duracell.com/en/…ial

I purchase 30 for £8.19 that will arrive tomorrow

Bought them 2 months back. Does not last as long as regular Duracell.

Would NOT recommend but heat for posting the deal!

Edited by: "jfowler" 13th Dec 2016

Zontes

Kodak Xtralife from Poundland are an absolute bargain. Just check battery … Kodak Xtralife from Poundland are an absolute bargain. Just check battery websites that compare batteries. They score really well.



Entirely agree, that's why I see this as rather cool.

this battery faked battery going, probably more fakes than original.

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northwales

this battery faked battery going, probably more fakes than original.



When I get mine I will check with Duracell.

These are genuine Duracells, just non-Consumer branded. Anyone saying they last shorter than consumer Duracells must have had a faulty batch. They've been tested on numerous independent sites and always perform as well as the consumer variant.

These are the ones I always buy. Heat from me.

That should could keep the wife's rabbit going for awhile...X)

Punkytiptop

That should could keep the wife's rabbit going for awhile...X)


no your wife's rabbit runs on AAA

LeeJS

These are genuine Duracells, just non-Consumer branded. Anyone saying … These are genuine Duracells, just non-Consumer branded. Anyone saying they last shorter than consumer Duracells must have had a faulty batch. They've been tested on numerous independent sites and always perform as well as the consumer variant.These are the ones I always buy. Heat from me.



A faulty batch or fake ones.

Personally I would never buy branded batteries such as these from a Personal Ebay seller.

Just be careful when by batteries from eBay, they are fake and leak!

coolcraig999

no your wife's rabbit runs on AAA


I didn't mean my wife oO

Thank you I bought them

I recall seeing a chart (or link to one) in a previous hukd battery thread and the Ikea batteries came out well it tests.

£1.50 for ten:
ikea.com/gb/…02/

Only worthwhile if you live near or are going to a store though.

thetarget

I recall seeing a chart (or link to one) in a previous hukd battery … I recall seeing a chart (or link to one) in a previous hukd battery thread and the Ikea batteries came out well it tests.£1.50 for ten:http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/batteries-chargers/alkalisk-battery-alkaline-art-50240502/Only worthwhile if you live near or are going to a store though.



Or the Maplins ones.

hotukdeals.com/dea…372



thetarget

I recall seeing a chart



http://www.batteryshowdown.com/static/images/mah_large_200mA.png

http://www.batteryshowdown.com/static/images/mwh_large_200mA.png

http://www.batteryshowdown.com/static/images/cpah_large_200mA.png

The cheapest cost per amp hour is in fact the 'IKEA Alkalisk' you mentioned followed closely by those cheap and cheerful 'Readycell' found in Home Bargains.

In fact the 'Ikea Alkalisk' seems to come out well above a lot of the well known and much more expensive batteries.

Unfortunately nearest Ikea is over 100 miles away, so the next best amp per hour batteries for me (Readycell), but I will be on the lookout for those 'Kodak Xtralife' as they have a very low cost per amp hour too.






Edited by: "Ripperoo" 13th Dec 2016

Ripperoo

The cheapest cost per amp hour is in fact the 'IKEA Alkalisk' you … The cheapest cost per amp hour is in fact the 'IKEA Alkalisk' you mentioned followed closely by those cheap and cheerful 'Readycell' found in Home Bargains.In fact the 'Ikea Alkalisk' seems to come out well above a lot of the well known and much more expensive batteries.Unfortunately nearest Ikea is over 100 miles away, so the next best amp per hour batteries for me (Readycell), but I will be on the lookout for those 'Kodak Xtralife' as they have a very low cost per amp hour too.




But the charts are like MOT's on cars, only really valid on the day of testing. Think about the shop branded batteries "Ikea", "Maplin", "Morrisons", I highly doubt they use the same manufacturer all the time. Therefore one batch could, (as example), be made by Duracell and another batch by Ever Ready.

It's not what's on the outside it's what on the inside. As a vague example, a number of years ago Samsung used a chinese manufacturer for some of their "resistors" on their TV motherboards. They then swiched to Taiwan because they were cheaper..... but this caused huge problems with recalls. The TV still said Samsung on the front.

Twisting it another way, Tescos, Morrisons, Asda, Sainburys have their own brand of Digestives..... but they are made by McVities. However if they got somebody else to start making them they would still be "shop brand" digestives.

Just a thought.

Wouldn't touch Duracell with a bargepole. When they leak and wreck whatever they were in, Duracell will tell you the batteries were not suitable for use in whatever you had them in.
As stated above, you're better off with Kodak Xtralife from Poundland or Tesco.

OOS

good price be warned not great life on them tho
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