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4XAAA energiser rechargeable batteries reduced to 99p @WHSMITHS plenty available
4XAAA energiser rechargeable batteries reduced to 99p @WHSMITHS plenty available

4XAAA energiser rechargeable batteries reduced to 99p @WHSMITHS plenty available

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4XAAA energiser rechargeable batteries reduced to 99p @WHSMITHS

display price is £3.99 but scans at 99p.

went to two different stores but price was the same

specs:
ENERGIZER AAA 850mAh NiMH RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES (4 PACK)

Weight 56 gm
Weight Per Cell 14g
Voltage 1.2V
Life Expectancy 1000 Charges
Colour Green/Black/Silver
Capacity 850mAh
Battery Type NiMH


hope this helps someone.

oh and as far as I am aware its an offline/instore deal only and there were plenty available in all the stores i visited.

36 Comments

Lmao, someone was sneakily trying to sell these at £4.00 a pop here earlier :O! nice find!

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4241mackay;3487505

Lmao, someone was sneakily trying to sell these at £4.00 a pop here … Lmao, someone was sneakily trying to sell these at £4.00 a pop here earlier :O! nice find!



lol cheeky

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http://www.battech.co.uk/images/products/large/10124.jpg

Great find, HOT !

Sorry, but these type of batteries are not worth the money IMO

They don't hold their charge so when u go to use them, u have to charge them 1st = frustration

Ur much better off spending more on Hahnel batteries or others which hold their charge

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nicojo;3487689

Sorry, but these type of batteries are not worth the money IMOThey don't … Sorry, but these type of batteries are not worth the money IMOThey don't hold their charge so when u go to use them, u have to charge them 1st = frustrationUr much better off spending more on Hahnel batteries or others which hold their charge





I have never had a problem with them in the past and they are ni-mh which is a bonus.

nicojo;3487689

Sorry, but these type of batteries are not worth the money IMOThey don't … Sorry, but these type of batteries are not worth the money IMOThey don't hold their charge so when u go to use them, u have to charge them 1st = frustrationUr much better off spending more on Hahnel batteries or others which hold their charge



I never have any problems with these batteries, i find they work superbly compared to some other rechargeables that i have

i used the AA ones of these in my digital camera, and they worked great.
I shall try and get some tomorrow.

Cant find them? Gone already?

MrB123;3487897

Cant find them? Gone already?



I think it's instore only?

i have AA ones of these - well 8 of them :P and want another set of 4 they are that good lol
( i use them in my digital camera which takes 4XAA at a time and have got another camera which i want some spares for :P )

Bargain!
I paid £3 for a packet of some unknown brand Aldi specials last week. Wish I'd waited.

nicojo;3487689

Sorry, but these type of batteries are not worth the money IMOThey don't … Sorry, but these type of batteries are not worth the money IMOThey don't hold their charge so when u go to use them, u have to charge them 1st = frustrationUr much better off spending more on Hahnel batteries or others which hold their charge



What do you mean 'these type of batteries'? IMO what you have written there is 100% complete and utter tosh, this is a bargain for NiMh branded cells :thumbsup:

alex3410;3488179

i have AA ones of these - well 8 of them :P and want another set of 4 … i have AA ones of these - well 8 of them :P and want another set of 4 they are that good lol( i use them in my digital camera which takes 4XAA at a time and have got another camera which i want some spares for :P )



yeha i have 8 of them as well, as i brought them BOGOF in tescos at £9.99 a pack for 4!

I also have these batteries and have no complaints whatsoever-excellent price for excellent batteries!!.

A company on ebay sell new type of rechargeable batteries now which hold their charge for longer "Instant" they are called. Company is vapextech (spelling?). Cracking batteries I have several AA and AAA. I have no affiliation with them just a happy customer.

vapextech.co.uk/aca…ies
ebay shop is ************.co.uk/Vap…ers (64000 feedback 100%)

4 x AAA rated at are £4.25
and 4 X AA are £ 5.40
delivered from their website.

Forgot to say that the AA are rated at 2100mah so better for high power consuming devices, the AAA are rated at 1100mah

Cant go wrong though for these at 99p so voted hot. Just recommending the site for those who may want a good rechargeable in the future.

nicojo;3487689

They don't hold their charge so when u go to use them, u have to charge … They don't hold their charge so when u go to use them, u have to charge them 1st = frustration

True to a certain extent, which is why they say in nice big friendly letters on the packaging "Ideal in High Drain Devices". But it doesn't deserve such a sweeping statement - self-discharge takes a month or two. Hybrid batteries (Hybrio/Eneloop) are better in this regard but more expensive and OTT for things where you use them frequently and the batteries only last hours or less.

Are these definitely the 850s or the 1100s?

I picked up some 1100s in a sale last year and they are way better than the 850s for both holding charge and recharging.

Nice one! Will have a trip out tomorrow. Hot!

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4241mackay;3487505

Lmao, someone was sneakily trying to sell these at £4.00 a pop here … Lmao, someone was sneakily trying to sell these at £4.00 a pop here earlier :O! nice find!




That was me, only i got them at wholesale and just about broke even as they have an RRP of 7.99 over here and i was selling at £4. Had i known this would pop up the same day i wouldn't have sold them.

My appologies

edit: Oh and mine were 1000mah not 850.

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newsgroupmonkey;3488454

Are these definitely the 850s or the 1100s?I picked up some 1100s in a … Are these definitely the 850s or the 1100s?I picked up some 1100s in a sale last year and they are way better than the 850s for both holding charge and recharging.


Hi Captain Obvious
Perhaps you could tell us about how formula 1 cars move faster than london taxis maybe?!!

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Basically, these are low strength batteries.
You'll find yourselves charging these far too often.

I tend not to use lower than 1700 mAH personally.

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Villa;3488942

Hi Captain Obvious :)Perhaps you could tell us about how formula 1 cars … Hi Captain Obvious :)Perhaps you could tell us about how formula 1 cars move faster than london taxis maybe?!!



had me in stitches well done

pibpob;3488408

True to a certain extent, which is why they say in nice big friendly … True to a certain extent, which is why they say in nice big friendly letters on the packaging "Ideal in High Drain Devices". But it doesn't deserve such a sweeping statement - self-discharge takes a month or two. Hybrid batteries (Hybrio/Eneloop) are better in this regard but more expensive and OTT for things where you use them frequently and the batteries only last hours or less.



I didn't want to start an argument here

I did say - I M O

I have used Uniross, Energiser, Lidl own brand in the past mostly in the kids toys (r/c cars, keyboards ect.)and in my old Fuji digicam and I was always frustrated:
1. That they lost their charge between useage - say I didn't use the camera or r/c cars for 2 weeks
2. that when I went to reach for some more they had lost their charge

I got endlessly let down with the camera and cars just when we needed to use them
I solved the problems by:
1. Getting a new camera with a Li-ion battery
2. Getting Hahnel batteries for the kids toys

IN CASE ppl are thinking of changng from disposable batteries to rechargeables, I was making them aware that these can be very disappointing

PERHAPS used in a high drain item daily they are ok and if u can then wait for them to charge when they need it? - I never had that situation

If others think they are fab, then I won't criticise them for saying that

nicojo :santa:

nicojo;3489097

PERHAPS used in a high drain item daily they are ok

I take youre point but you are stretching it rather with that statement! For instance, AA cells in my bike lights last a couple of weeks no problem, used daily. I recharge them before they go flat.

Villa;3488975

I tend not to use lower than 1700 mAH personally.

I would be interested to know where you get 1700mAh AAA cells from...

DADDY POP;3488829

I just bought 40 on ebay (alkaline gold) for £6 plus 2.30 p & p..not … I just bought 40 on ebay (alkaline gold) for £6 plus 2.30 p & p..not bad(new and wrapped)

Ummm - they don't sound very rechargeable to me!

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pibpob;3489237

Ummm - they don't sound very rechargeable to me!



you get what you pay for also.......you pay peanuts expect....

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why has it been expired?

there were plenty instore? and in each of the stores I visited?

Sabz03;3489603

why has it been expired?there were plenty instore? and in each of the … why has it been expired?there were plenty instore? and in each of the stores I visited?


Send a PM to a mod and ask them to unexpire this thread.

Villa;3488975

Basically, these are low strength batteries.You'll find yourselves … Basically, these are low strength batteries.You'll find yourselves charging these far too often.I tend not to use lower than 1700 mAH personally.



Ideal for my wireless keyboard, shame my Uniross charger can't do AAA.

None in my local stores.

nicojo;3487689

Sorry, but these type of batteries are not worth the money IMOThey don't … Sorry, but these type of batteries are not worth the money IMOThey don't hold their charge so when u go to use them, u have to charge them 1st = frustrationUr much better off spending more on Hahnel batteries or others which hold their charge




These are ideal in items which are charging constantly ie cordless phones.Used this brand before and found to be fine.Great price and great find OP.

Good Post. Bought 2x cheapo ones from 99p shop the other day - I'll look for the receipt and try return as still unopened.

Will report back if I find any at Slough WHSmith tmrw as same time.

Does anyone know if the posted vouchers above (you know - the £20 of savings) can work? I am reckoning at least one of the £5 off £12 or £20 will work - any experience? I don't really want to come home with 21 packs of these batteries and spend what £15.79 (though my eBay rating will eventually increase by 20!!)

Great battery's... In my old Kodak z740 camera these are the only batteries I used and trusted... Before them I tried easily 10 other brands and none hold a candle to the energizer advanced recarchables.

So £1 for 4 AAA's? HOT!

o ryt, sorry sykos! i thought u might of had a cheeky trip out to WHSmith' n tried to make a lil profit! lol!
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