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4 x AA Energizer Lithium batteries - £1.99 @ Morrisons
4 x AA Energizer Lithium batteries - £1.99 @ Morrisons

4 x AA Energizer Lithium batteries - £1.99 @ Morrisons

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First deal post for me.
was in my local Morrisons when i see the deal of a pack of 4 AA Energizer Litium batteries for £1.99.

So i got some.

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Blimey - That is HOT HOT HOT

Hot from me. Time to stock up at this price

great price! bought some dodgy rechargeables from ebay hong kong for my digital camera instead though. i know one day when they leak il wish i just bought millions of these!

Hot, these are amazing

Great deal!!
£6.96 @ Asda

do they last twice as long as Duracell Plus or Energiser Ultra then (currently £5 for 16)? This one works out at £5 for 10.

They are the longest lasting AA's I've tried.

Good first deal Faulknera1983 :thumbsup:

Great stuff, wonder if they have AAA's for the rabbit...:w00t:

Awesome batteries for cameras etc - nothing better.

blodnik;6855905

Awesome batteries for cameras etc - nothing better.



ahhhh but how much better?

I'd be interested in seeing some tests, they are best for high power things like cameras. When my wife gave birth the rechargables let me down, but the wife being prepared produced a couple of these from her bag and saved the day. The batteries then continued to last and last in the digital camera. I would not pay £5.99 for them but for £1.99 for 4 I'd recommend them.

I've used these regularly for cycle lights and they last well over twice as long as any other non-lithium battery. Oh, and they're much lighter also (in weight!).

D00nhamer;6855849

Great stuff, wonder if they have AAA's for the rabbit...:w00t:



lol

D00nhamer;6855849

Great stuff, wonder if they have AAA's for the rabbit...:w00t:



D cells for the rabbit, surely.....:oops:

LOL at your OP. Good deal, heat added.

Nice!!!!!!! HEAT!

Best batteries I have used by far, good find.

Grrrrr, Morrisons by work havent got these, only Energiser Ultra on BOGOF @ £2.49 on offer.

I could only find the packs of 2 at £1.99 in 2 different stores. If you find a pack of 4 for £1.99 clear the shelf :thumbsup:

anewman;6857995

I could only find the packs of 2 at £1.99 in 2 different stores.



Same here at Cardiff Bay store :x

Original Poster

i will see what the Woman has done with the recipt and post a piccy of it.
The ultra were on offer at a BOGOF which i nearly got, then i see the label for these so put the others back.

I don't know if this is a local offer or not, if it is then appologise for those that have gone to their local Morrisons.

I know it's a bit specialized, and certainly not of interest to 'rabbit' users, but these batteries are exceptionally good in very cold conditions too. This makes them great for GPS or cameras in the mountains. The lightness also helps.

Fantastic find. Hope they have some in my local.

Only packs of 2 for 1.99 in Peterborough

hotyoda;6855974

ahhhh but how much better?



Enough.

hotyoda;6855592

do they last twice as long as Duracell Plus or Energiser Ultra then … do they last twice as long as Duracell Plus or Energiser Ultra then (currently £5 for 16)? This one works out at £5 for 10.



You can currently get 12 energizer ultra for £3 in asda they're the tickled pink charity pack. My local didn't have the deal advertized.

accvio;6859042

I know it's a bit specialized, and certainly not of interest to 'rabbit' … I know it's a bit specialized, and certainly not of interest to 'rabbit' users, but these batteries are exceptionally good in very cold conditions too. This makes them great for GPS or cameras in the mountains. The lightness also helps.



Seconded. I use them in my Fenix E01 flashlights. They're about 2/3 of the weight of Alkaline and work much better in really cold conditions on top of running for a lot longer!

These were Which? Best Buy at £6.99.
Review below, although I'd baulk at over 6 quid for any batteries.

Price: £6.99 for a pack of four
The Energizer Ultimate Lithium is the best performing AA battery we tested, and its performance clearly shows the advantage lithium technology has over regular alkaline batteries.
We also tested the cheaper Maplin Lithium and Philips Lithium AA batteries, but found that the Energizer Lithium outperformed both of them.
This battery excels in very-high-drain situations where it’ll keep something such as a digital camera with display running for nearly four and a half hours before being exhausted. This is an hour longer than the next best-performing battery we tested.
A high-drain device, such as a battery-operated razor or remote-controlled toy, can be left to run for up to almost nine hours.
Medium and low-drain devices such as TV remote controls and alarm clocks will be in safe hands with the Energizer Ultimate Lithium, but given its high price this isn’t a particularly cost-efficient way to power such devices.
Most cheaper alkaline batteries are perfectly sufficient for powering less demanding devices, so it isn’t necessary to spend your money on expensive Lithium batteries such as this unless you are powering very-high-drain devices.

Great find for excellent batteries.

Original Poster

Ok found the reciept so here is the image i took.
http://img134.imageshack.us/img134/8462/img1283u.jpg

Your picture is showing you purchased energiser Ultimates and not the more expensive Ultimate Lithium. I got 16 energiser Ultimates in wilcos for £5 last week.

Bad Actor;6861285

The Energizer Ultimate Lithium is the best performing AA battery we … The Energizer Ultimate Lithium is the best performing AA battery we tested, and its performance clearly shows the advantage lithium technology has over regular alkaline batteries.We also tested the cheaper Maplin Lithium and Philips Lithium AA batteries, but found that the Energizer Lithium outperformed both of them.This battery excels in very-high-drain situations


True, but it seems such a waste to use Lithium in disposable batteries, when it is in short supply for rechargeable batteries. There is a reason these are 7 quid a pack!

If you have a high drain device, you are probably better off with NiMH rechargeable batteries anyway. They cost about the same, excel in cold conditions, and you can use them again and again. Sure, they are heavier, and they may not last quite as long, but you can save a lot of money.

A while back I saw something that could re-charge normal batteries, I wonder if these could be re-charged to avoid the waste of lithium.

Maybe save all your old batteries, then when the lithium is all used up these could be worth something.

None of these in any London stores - only the 2 for £1.99

Defo only 2 in a pack for £1.99 at the closest morrisons to me but thanks for the alert its still a saving i grabbed 2 packs for £3.98 so I was happy regardless ! Although 4 for £1.99 would of been nicer !

Ps that was in Bulwell - Nottingham
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