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4 X LADDA Rechargeable AA batteries HR6 AA 1.2V (2450mAh) £5.50 (Free C&C) @ IKEA

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Posted 20th Jul

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I thought these batteries were a decent price A £3.95 delivery charge applies if you would like these batteries delivered.

You can use these batteries for all types of products. Batteries with a high energy capacity (high mAh number) are particularly useful for products with a high energy consumption, such as MP3 players, cameras, toys, torches and game controllers.


You can recharge these batteries approx. 500 times.

Voltage: 1.2V.

Battery capacity: 2450 mAh.

Life time: approx. 5 years.
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Works for my E.V.
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Heat - and just for the record, these are identical to Eneloop Pros. At a fraction of the price. Same Japanese factory, same batteries, different label.
Agree they are great batteries but I'm not seeing the deal as their regular price is also £5.50
What am I missing? They've been this price for months
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Heat - and just for the record, these are identical to Eneloop Pros. At a fraction of the price. Same Japanese factory, same batteries, different label.
Excellent batteries for the price
Works for my E.V.
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Any good for xbox controllers or similar?
Cameron9220/07/2019 20:01

Any good for xbox controllers or similar?


They good- even in more power hungry devices, but I prefer the rechargable dock. Usually £14.99
Heat. Use these in a flash for my camera.
I have found these to be good batteries. Use them in flash guns. Not had them for a very long time but so far so good.
Can anyone point me to cheap and reliable
AA 1.5v rechargeable batteries please?
Thanks
These are surprisingly good and I'm Eneloop addict. Watch this: youtube.com/wat…2Mg
Edited by: "wasyl00" 20th Jul
baldude20/07/2019 20:45

Can anyone point me to cheap and reliableAA 1.5v rechargeable batteries …Can anyone point me to cheap and reliableAA 1.5v rechargeable batteries please?Thanks


Nope, they probably can't. Rechargable AA batteries are usually about 1.2v based on the chemistry of the cell. Non rechargable alkaline are 1.5v. Most applications will work on reachable cells which generally can provide much higher current draw than alkaline.

You can get long life rechargable cells that work in low current draw applications that typically are not suited to regular recharge cells.
Agree they are great batteries but I'm not seeing the deal as their regular price is also £5.50
wasyl0020/07/2019 20:54

These are surprisingly good and I'm Eneloop addict. Watch this: …These are surprisingly good and I'm Eneloop addict. Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC3RlKyW2Mg


I find them ok. I use in flash guns and on caving lights where I want good performance. No complaints from me. Price is right as well. I have also found the 7 day shop long life cells to be very good over a long period of time. Have some very old 7 day shop cells that are still delivering the goods.
Ladda?


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Are there the same cowboys that make the cars ???

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JimmyFiveO20/07/2019 20:56

Nope, they probably can't. Rechargable AA batteries are usually about 1.2v …Nope, they probably can't. Rechargable AA batteries are usually about 1.2v based on the chemistry of the cell. Non rechargable alkaline are 1.5v. Most applications will work on reachable cells which generally can provide much higher current draw than alkaline.


Well, Alkaine batteries start at 1.5v and gradually decrease in voltage to about 0.9v as their charge goes down. NiMH batteries start at 1.4v but spend most of their output between 1.2v and 1.1v before dropping off rapidly when they're nearly depleted. For batteries of similar capacity alkalines tend to have a higher voltage above 50% charge but a lower voltage below it.

You can get rechargable batteries using Nickle Zinc (NiZn) chemistry which are worth considering you've got a device that only works at the higher voltages (thus leaves capacity unused in alkalines and doesn't like NiMH). NiZn cells discharge between about 1.8v and 1.5v.

NiZN batteries have several disadvantages. They require their own charger, capacity drops off substantially for high drain devices and being a higher voltage they also have the potential to damage or reduce the life of anything that's particularly sensitive to voltage.

The low self-discharge/pre-charged/eneloop-style NiMH variety of rechargeable like these should be the default choice.
What am I missing? They've been this price for months
These are great batteries, i get close to 20 hours of game play on an xbox controller from a full charge. these are re badged enloop as said on numerous posts to be found previous on hukd. i charge mine on a duracell wall charger and never had a problem with them. always been the £5.50 mark to my knowledge
What's the difference with these ones?

ikea.com/gb/…74/
steveo4245121/07/2019 07:16

What's the difference with these …What's the difference with these ones?https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/ladda-rechargeable-battery-20303874/


They're completely different rechargeables, as you'll see from the specifications. And these are NOT Eneloops like the others.
Lads
Newbold20/07/2019 17:30

Heat - and just for the record, these are identical to Eneloop Pros. At a …Heat - and just for the record, these are identical to Eneloop Pros. At a fraction of the price. Same Japanese factory, same batteries, different label.



Not really that much cheaper than eneloops after you figure in having to go to Ikea, petrol/public transport money and the extra stuff you buy at Ikea just because you're there anyway.
Edited by: "Random_clicks" 21st Jul
squeakymonkeynuts20/07/2019 23:38

What am I missing? They've been this price for months


Have bought quite a few of these over the last couple of years and believe that they've always been this price.
Lidl Tronic 2400 mAh batteries are also very good.
£6 for 8
navo521/07/2019 09:45

Lidl Tronic 2400 mAh batteries are also very good.£6 for 8


Are these the eneloop type, too?
And are they a standard item at this price, or in the central rummage bins?
Free c&c?
baldude20/07/2019 20:45

Can anyone point me to cheap and reliableAA 1.5v rechargeable batteries …Can anyone point me to cheap and reliableAA 1.5v rechargeable batteries please?Thanks


1.5v is only a nominal no load rating.
I did some crude tests when I first went to Eneloops years ago and found they maintained a higher voltage under load than some throw away batts.
So when were they £7.99?
Edited by: "Taka_nai" 21st Jul
squeakymonkeynuts20/07/2019 23:38

What am I missing? They've been this price for months



weirdo21/07/2019 09:37

Have bought quite a few of these over the last couple of years and believe …Have bought quite a few of these over the last couple of years and believe that they've always been this price.


Does that matter? A good deal's still a good deal, and if posting it draws attention to something worth having, what's the problem?
navo521/07/2019 09:45

Lidl Tronic 2400 mAh batteries are also very good.£6 for 8


Agree
baldude20/07/2019 20:45

Can anyone point me to cheap and reliableAA 1.5v rechargeable batteries …Can anyone point me to cheap and reliableAA 1.5v rechargeable batteries please?Thanks


Just get these. They will work fine.
Newbold21/07/2019 10:03

Does that matter? A good deal's still a good deal, and if posting it draws …Does that matter? A good deal's still a good deal, and if posting it draws attention to something worth having, what's the problem?


I thought the idea of this site was to highlight low or lowest prices on things. There could potentially be thousands of things that are worth having at RRP but don't get posted. If that happened, it would then be difficult to find something that is actually a deal.
Random_clicks21/07/2019 09:36

Not really that much cheaper than eneloops after you figure in having to …Not really that much cheaper than eneloops after you figure in having to go to Ikea, petrol/public transport money and the extra stuff you buy at Ikea just because your there anyway.


IKEA is two miles from my house.
squeakymonkeynuts21/07/2019 10:07

I thought the idea of this site was to highlight low or lowest prices on …I thought the idea of this site was to highlight low or lowest prices on things. There could potentially be thousands of things that are worth having at RRP but don't get posted. If that happened, it would then be difficult to find something that is actually a deal.


The idea of the site's wider than that, and one of the main functions is to share with others. You seem to have missed that part, having posted just two deals in 7 years! It doesn't really fit well with criticising others (as here - not my deal of course) for useful deals they've posted which are obviously (from the heat) popular.

You could of course just ignore it and save your time.
For anyone who still doesn't know, these are the same battery as eneloop pro's with a different label on.
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 21st Jul
MatsyLR21/07/2019 10:59

For anyone who still doesn't know, these are the same battery as eneloop …For anyone who still doesn't know, these are the same battery as eneloop pro's with a different label on.


whats your actual proof or are you just assuming like newbold?
'oh these are good - must be the same!!!'
newbold had that in his title last time and it got removed - dont think he supplied any actual evidence though
baldude20/07/2019 20:45

Can anyone point me to cheap and reliableAA 1.5v rechargeable batteries …Can anyone point me to cheap and reliableAA 1.5v rechargeable batteries please?Thanks


There are no 1.5v ones.
Nimh average voltage is 1.2 when charged they are more than 1.2 but certain things won't work with them. (I had an slr which used 4xaa and 4 rechargeable didn't work) however there are 3v twin aa cells which are lithium and these did work... Cr-v3 I think they're called.
Problem is with battery chemistry.
Lithium cells produce 3.7v
So although you could put lithium in an aa cell the voltage would be too high and it'd fry your electronics. So you then need a voltage regulating circuit, and a charge controller, so lots of electronics = expensive, plus not much space left for chemicals...
Expensive poor charge density battery
This wouldn't be popular / viable.
MatsyLR21/07/2019 11:09

Plenty of evidence on youtube and on google that they are made in exactly …Plenty of evidence on youtube and on google that they are made in exactly the same place and have the same spec.The amazon ones are similar as-well.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jeo_hv-8bHIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A1GvQ40j0Q https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0ygoravFPY - specificly about discharge/cycleshttps://rightbattery.com/tag/eneloop-pro-vs-ikea-ladda/I think its pretty safe to say they are more than likely the same battery, or at least act the same.


by your criteria either the amazon ones are identical or not

even made in the same factory means little
can have different specs/protections/QC etc etc

'act the same' does NOT mean its the same
I tend to use these from Screwfix. Slightly less power but more than adequate

screwfix.com/p/v…BwE
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