32 Panasonic AAA Batteries £5.00 Morrisons
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32 Panasonic AAA Batteries £5.00 Morrisons

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Found 4th May 2008Made hot 4th May 2008
Instore at Morrisons 32 AAA Batteries

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great price ideal for the kids toys thx voted hot

great price! nice one

Buy rechargeables - they cost less in the long run and dont fill landfills with little decomposing chemical bullets.

Good rechargeables now last as long as the most expensive traditional batteries - and longer than standard alkalines.

This only costs 50% more - and will last 120 times as long.

hotukdeals.com/ite…h-4

32" Panasonic for a fiver! amazing ...oh I read it wrong. :oops:

ibiza;2029716

Buy rechargeables - they cost less in the long run and dont fill … Buy rechargeables - they cost less in the long run and dont fill landfills with little decomposing chemical bullets.Good rechargeables now last as long as the most expensive traditional batteries - and longer than standard alkalines.This only costs 50% more - and will last 120 times as long.http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/173610/rechargeable-battery-charger-with-4



Good post, needed to be said. Rep given.:thumbsup:

Cheap batteries hardly last any length of time at all.

Simply appalling deal, for the reasons given above. Why don't people do the maths and realise that by using rechargeables it's equivalent to about 1p per battery? And so many people say "for the kids' toys" without noticing the irony of the waste they are generating for their kids to deal with. Just say no and use rechargeables, please.

Buy 8 AA rechargeables, a quick charger that can charge 4 at a time and the kids will be well chuffed that their toy can play whenever they wany and they learn that their helping the environment.

You can get 8 AAA Panasonics at Poundland. Thay are Zinc chloride, though. If this deal is for alkalines, then it is hot !

An inexplicable disparity.

As I wrote, this thread has a heat score of 177.

50% of the posts favour rechargeables and criticise the product.

I have received 4 reps for posts relating to rechargeables in the last 16ish hours.

The posts receiving the rep both include links to the best priced smart charger (with AAAs included) on HUKD.

hotukdeals.com/ite…h-4

Yet that post currently has only heat of 22?!?!?


32 Panasonic AAA... 05-05-2008 11:50 Buying 32 batteries isnt a great … 32 Panasonic AAA... 05-05-2008 11:50 Buying 32 batteries isnt a great idea when you can use rechargeables Rechargeable Battery... 05-05-2008 01:36 32 Panasonic AAA... 04-05-2008 23:53 32 Panasonic AAA... 04-05-2008 20:34 Good post - well said.

It takes less energy to produce a rechargable battery than it does for a non rechargable. Makes you think doesn't it

hot:thumbsup:

soopdragon;2034973

It takes less energy to produce a rechargable battery than it does for a … It takes less energy to produce a rechargable battery than it does for a non rechargable. Makes you think doesn't it



Why then aren't rechargeables cheaper?

Economies of scale, material costs, and market conditions are but three things that spring to mind.

I got several packs of the Lidl/Adli Rechargables thinking they will last a while.

They hold their charge well enough but I think i'm going to need some more soon (Seems like most things thesedays needs at least 2 AA batteries)

So where's the best place to buy rechargables at the moment.

Also is there a reccomendation for a "smart" charger thats not to expensive, i.e one that treats each battery indervidually rather than only being able to charge them in pairs?
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