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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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As per the stuff I linked, the specification's etc have all been tested, they are identical, and they come from the same factory.

Its safe to say they are the same thing, they may not be we can't be 100% certain as they will never confirm it, but for the purpose of what the batteries are for, they may as-well be.

The amazon ones have not been tested fully only the IKEA ones.

Anyway, the point is buy these IKEA ones not Eneloops
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 21st Jul
Without getting into the specifics but how are these better value than amazon basics range?

Currently 5.99 with prime discount, free delivery and bigger savings can be had on larger quantities.

Also if you go to IKEA you end up coming home with loads of tat you never needed (looking at you £5 lack table that had bubbles after 2 weeks)
mccririck21/07/2019 10:06

Just get these. They will work fine.


Sorry but bought several of these and none work
So I end up paying use and throw ones

Shame really that no manufacturers of 1.5v rechargeable AA batteries
brilly21/07/2019 11:06

whats your actual proof or are you just assuming like newbold?'oh these …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


There’s plenty of evidence online if you look for it. I can understand why you’d be skeptical, and so was I originally. So I tested them fully against Eneloop Pros. They were absolutely identical on all tests.

Make your own mind up though
Newbold21/07/2019 12:07

There’s plenty of evidence online if you look for it. I can understand why …There’s plenty of evidence online if you look for it. I can understand why you’d be skeptical, and so was I originally. So I tested them fully against Eneloop Pros. They were absolutely identical on all tests.Make your own mind up though


you testing them has no bearing on the differing spec/protection/QC etc

fine saying they are great, not clever saying they are identical
last time i went to milton keynes one there was none. Is the AAA ones about 900mah any good?
baldude21/07/2019 12:02

Sorry but bought several of these and none workSo I end up paying use and …Sorry but bought several of these and none workSo I end up paying use and throw onesShame really that no manufacturers of 1.5v rechargeable AA batteries


They don't work in what?
brilly21/07/2019 12:13

you testing them has no bearing on the differing spec/protection/QC …you testing them has no bearing on the differing spec/protection/QC etcfine saying they are great, not clever saying they are identical


Personally I highly doubt they are identical.
These are the same capacity and work out slightly cheaper tandyonline.com/aa-…tml

To get 4 you need to order 2 packs of 2 for £1.99 each and delivery is £1.50 making them £5.48.
Edited by: "Going_Digital" 21st Jul
mccririck21/07/2019 12:17

They don't work in what?


1.2v batteries don't work with what I wanted to use them in.

Gadgets have no problem accepting Duracell use and throw 1.5v ones.... These 1.2v are useless...
baldude21/07/2019 12:30

1.2v batteries don't work with what I wanted to use them in.Gadgets have …1.2v batteries don't work with what I wanted to use them in.Gadgets have no problem accepting Duracell use and throw 1.5v ones.... These 1.2v are useless...


Again, what did you use them in?
What's a good charger for these?
mccririck21/07/2019 12:31

Again, what did you use them in?


Thermometer and kids toothbrush to name few...

Point being these 1.2v don't work in the gadgets that require 1.5v ones....

Been there and don't that....
baldude21/07/2019 12:33

Thermometer and kids toothbrush to name few...Point being these 1.2v don't …Thermometer and kids toothbrush to name few...Point being these 1.2v don't work in the gadgets that require 1.5v ones....Been there and don't that....


You're wrong. I've been using them for 10 years and have yet to find something they don't work in.
DogEyedBoy21/07/2019 12:32

What's a good charger for these?


The IKEA one isn't bad. There's a lidl one that is decent too.

I have two with digital displays that show voltage, charge current etc but they are pricier.
Edited by: "mccririck" 21st Jul
mccririck21/07/2019 12:34

You're wrong. I've been using them for 10 years and have yet to find …You're wrong. I've been using them for 10 years and have yet to find something they don't work in.


If it worked for you then fine but don't make statements Luke they work for everyone

I can clearly say you're absolutely wrong.... If it worked for you doesn't mean you came across gadgets that require 1.5v ones...
mccririck21/07/2019 12:34

You're wrong. I've been using them for 10 years and have yet to find …You're wrong. I've been using them for 10 years and have yet to find something they don't work in.


Get kids Braun electric toothbrush that takes them AA batteries, then use your 1.2v rechargeable ones
Or get a Braun WelchAllyn thermometer sand try to use your 1.2v ones then comeback to tell me if they work

I got 2 other gadgets where 1.2v ones don't work...
Edited by: "baldude" 21st Jul
baldude21/07/2019 12:39

Get kids Braun electric toothbrush that takes them AA batteries, then use …Get kids Braun electric toothbrush that takes them AA batteries, then use your 1.2v rechargeable onesOr get a Braun WelchAllyn thermometer sand try to use your 1.2v ones then comeback to tell me if they work


I won't be getting either of those if you've found they don't work. They word in my kids' oral-b toothbrushes.
mccririck21/07/2019 12:41

I won't be getting either of those if you've found they don't work. They …I won't be getting either of those if you've found they don't work. They word in my kids' oral-b toothbrushes.


Then please stop spreading wrong word that they work for everything....
brilly21/07/2019 12:13

you testing them has no bearing on the differing spec/protection/QC …you testing them has no bearing on the differing spec/protection/QC etcfine saying they are great, not clever saying they are identical


As I said - make your own mind up. It's your prerogative to believe, or disbelieve, whatever you like. My testing was done for me, but since it confirmed all the other evidence online I bought a load of Laddas and I haven't bought any Eneloop since.
baldude21/07/2019 12:37

If it worked for you then fine but don't make statements Luke they work …If it worked for you then fine but don't make statements Luke they work for everyoneI can clearly say you're absolutely wrong.... If it worked for you doesn't mean you came across gadgets that require 1.5v ones...


You were implying they don't work for any appliance that requires 1.5V AAs. They do in the vast majority of cases.
mccririck21/07/2019 12:34

You're wrong. I've been using them for 10 years and have yet to find …You're wrong. I've been using them for 10 years and have yet to find something they don't work in.


This statement and your comment above this both contradicts each...
baldude21/07/2019 12:42

Then please stop spreading wrong word that they work for everything....


I didn't. Please stop spreading the wrong word that they don't work in most things because the bloody well do.
mccririck21/07/2019 12:45

I didn't. Please stop spreading the wrong word that they don't work in …I didn't. Please stop spreading the wrong word that they don't work in most things because the bloody well do.


There are at least 4 things in my household that I can name where they don't
And I'm not gadget geek...

I leave it to the users to decide.....
baldude21/07/2019 12:46

There are at least 4 things in my household that I can name where they …There are at least 4 things in my household that I can name where they don'tAnd I'm not gadget geek...I leave it to the users to decide.....


There are none in my house. I use them in everything.
baldude21/07/2019 12:45

This statement and your comment above this both contradicts each...


No it does not.
mccririck21/07/2019 12:47

There are none in my house. I use them in everything.


Good for you then...
I'm coming from my exp of where they didn't work. And also named few where they don't...

Users use your discretion is my advice and I wouldn't make sweeping statements...
Edited by: "baldude" 21st Jul
baldude21/07/2019 12:50

Good for you then...I'm coming from my exp of where they didn't work. And …Good for you then...I'm coming from my exp of where they didn't work. And also named few where they don't...Users use your discretion is my advice and I wouldn't make sweeping statements...


I didn't make a sweeping statement. You did.
driver821/07/2019 09:48

Are these the eneloop type, too?And are they a standard item at this …Are these the eneloop type, too?And are they a standard item at this price, or in the central rummage bins?


Not sure how they compare to eneloop. There's a promotion on every few months and sometimes the smaller pack is available at £3 for 4.
I have always found stock several weeks after a promotion as its 'while stock lasts', so worth checking your local store.
Newbold21/07/2019 12:43

As I said - make your own mind up. It's your prerogative to believe, or …As I said - make your own mind up. It's your prerogative to believe, or disbelieve, whatever you like. My testing was done for me, but since it confirmed all the other evidence online I bought a load of Laddas and I haven't bought any Eneloop since.


thing is - you are not letting people make their own minds up as you are spreading opinions as fact
all the evidence says 'they are good' nothing more unless you can show proper evidence
Cameron9220/07/2019 20:01

Any good for xbox controllers or similar?


I use these in my xbox controllers, by far the best batteries. Last much longer than others I've used
finnmaccool20/07/2019 18:48

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Its actually a good car and i am surprised you know about it.
brilly21/07/2019 13:12

thing is - you are not letting people make their own minds up as you are …thing is - you are not letting people make their own minds up as you are spreading opinions as factall the evidence says 'they are good' nothing more unless you can show proper evidence


Let's just stick with that then, shall we? Tell you what, if it makes you happy I'm happy to confirm that these are NOT Eneloops, they're nothing like Eneloops, and frankly they bear more resemblance to Dairylea Cheese Triangles than they do to Eneloops.

I'd like to apologise to you for any distress caused by commenting, in a discussion forum, on what I found when I put these batteries through exhaustive tests, and I hope you feel better soon.
Pisnahuj21/07/2019 14:03

Its actually a good car and i am surprised you know about it.


My dad had one, with the optional hand warmer on the back windscreen.
Newbold21/07/2019 15:02

Let's just stick with that then, shall we? Tell you what, if it makes you …Let's just stick with that then, shall we? Tell you what, if it makes you happy I'm happy to confirm that these are NOT Eneloops, they're nothing like Eneloops, and frankly they bear more resemblance to Dairylea Cheese Triangles than they do to Eneloops.I'd like to apologise to you for any distress caused by commenting, in a discussion forum, on what I found when I put these batteries through exhaustive tests, and I hope you feel better soon.


not really, now you are just being stupid to try and pretend you are still right

as i said, i have no problems with anyone regaling us with scintillating tales of ladda performance
but when the facts are made to fit your tale its no longer fine
Newbold21/07/2019 10:24

The idea of the site's wider than that, and one of the main functions is …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.


You might want to read up on the terms.

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mccririck21/07/2019 12:34

You're wrong. I've been using them for 10 years and have yet to find …You're wrong. I've been using them for 10 years and have yet to find something they don't work in.


no necessarily (that op is wrong), there are instances where the failure to work is down to the shape/depth of the +ve end nipple not being deep enough or being too wide, and I've even met a situation recently myself where I couldn't get the lidl ones to work in a torch because the insulation at the negative end curled around the bottom by a small amount, but was ok after trimming it back.
w0z21/07/2019 19:03

no necessarily (that op is wrong), there are instances where the failure …no necessarily (that op is wrong), there are instances where the failure to work is down to the shape/depth of the +ve end nipple not being deep enough or being too wide, and I've even met a situation recently myself where I couldn't get the lidl ones to work in a torch because the insulation at the negative end curled around the bottom by a small amount, but was ok after trimming it back.


I don't think you understand what exactly I'm saying he's wrong about.

I agree, NiMH can be a touch longer sometimes and don't fit as easily. I've get to find anything I couldn't use them in, though.
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. You can get long life rechargable cells that work in low current draw applications that typically are not suited to regular recharge cells.


Alkaline are rechargeable probably the only "non-rechargeables" that are actually rechargeable.
I have been doing it for quite a while so those who say "dangerous" my big fat arris - Trip to lidl and grab 10 or twenty alkalines from the battery dump bank and trickle charge em in an imax b300 or my old lidl Uniross charger and some of them recharge measured up to 1.6v and yes they last a long time as well.

Recharge them around 4 or 5 times before they give out and hit the 1.3v duffer barrier!
Just did a couple last night Phillips and a Logik!
Well I never!!!
Edited by: "omendata" 21st Jul
w0z21/07/2019 19:03

no necessarily (that op is wrong), there are instances where the failure …no necessarily (that op is wrong), there are instances where the failure to work is down to the shape/depth of the +ve end nipple not being deep enough or being too wide, and I've even met a situation recently myself where I couldn't get the lidl ones to work in a torch because the insulation at the negative end curled around the bottom by a small amount, but was ok after trimming it back.



I agree with this. I have been using rechargable batteries for decades now, and the only time I have found that they do not work is due to the battery shape, its got nothing to do with the voltage.
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