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6 x rechargeable 1300 MAH AA batteries + charger @ pc world for £4.97
6 x rechargeable 1300 MAH AA batteries + charger @ pc world for £4.97

6 x rechargeable 1300 MAH AA batteries + charger @ pc world for £4.97

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spotted this by the tills in my local

not a big make but seems a good deal for 1300mah

comes with a charger for 4 batteries @ a time & 6 batteries included

online for £14.67 and advertised with 4 batteries

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Not great batteries, but not a bad price if it comes with a charger too. Hot from me

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wackojacko99;3890442

Not great batteries, but not a bad price if it comes with a charger too. … Not great batteries, but not a bad price if it comes with a charger too. Hot from me



also the charger is usable for AAA batteries too ...... or so it says :thinking:

i use up so many batteries on my wireless desktop set that this was handy

GP to be fair is a big make!

It shows price of £14.67

I just phoned up Derby store, none there. They seem it may be newer stores only

1300Mah on AA is awful!!!

hawk299;3895220

1300Mah on AA is awful!!!


Indeed, I didn't think you could still get such low capacity batteries. I hope they're not NiCads!

Does anyone know anywhere good to gett rechargeble batteries?

Sanyo ]eneloop are excellent rechargeables - they don't lose power when not being used...


Or they are even cheaper - at ]Lambda although no charger I think you can pick up a cheap one somewhere...

P.S Although only rated at 2000MaH they last for ages (Canon EOS 40D)

I bought one the other day - very good value...

Banned

Amazon selling Duracell Supreme AA 2650mAh Pack of 4 at 5.99 ,delivery included. It is a good deal

hawk299;3895220

1300Mah on AA is awful!!!



Cold.

In PC-world they are doing a FujiFilm camera accessory kit for £7.97 which contains an "overnight charger" and 4 x 2000mAH Ni-MH AA batteries. Also included is a soft camera case.

chigady;3895425

Does anyone know anywhere good to gett rechargeble batteries?



Homebase has good deals fairly often on Hybrios (the type that initially come with a charge and lose their charge very slowly compared to others if not used).

Maplin are OK when they have specials on bundles of 12 or 20 batteries - but not at their normal price.

Try to buy a charger that will charge any number of batteries up to its maximum and not just 2 or 4, as they average the charging over each multiple of two - so with a good and dead battery being charged at the same time - you can fry the good one.

Lidl has a good charger in stock currently for £13 that can charge six AAs or AAAs at a time (or 2 Cs or Ds in addition to two PP3s (9v square batteries)).

If you live in Glasgow - for some reason this charger is only £7.50 in the Nitshill Rd branch next to Matalan.


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But as an introduction to rechargeable batteries that you can have charging in your house later today its a stop in the right direction.

HOT

Currently AAAs should be 900/1000mAh for standard rechargeables and 800/850 for slow drain ones.

AAs 2500-2700 for standard and 2000-2200 for slow drain.

These figures are fairly general, and will increase with time. However anything much higher is lying about the capacity and not worth buying.

ibiza;3896439

AAs 2500-2700 for standard and 2000-2200 for slow drain.



LED Shoppe has some 3800 AA's ]here and 1600 AAA's ]here

mbriody;3897146

LED Shoppe has some 3800 AA's ]here

I don't believe that figure for one moment. But it's true that 1300mAh is surprisingly low for a NiMH and I wondered too if they might be NiCds.

mbriody;3897146

LED Shoppe has some 3800 AA's ]here and 1600 AAA's ]here



I have some genuine magic beans for sale - if you would like to buy them too?
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