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7dayshop 1100mAh AAA Rechargeable Batteries NiMH High Performance - Extra Value 12 Pack - £7.49 delivered @ 7dayshop
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7dayshop 1100mAh AAA Rechargeable Batteries NiMH High Performance - Extra Value 12 Pack - £7.49 delivered @ 7dayshop

£7.49£9.9925%7dayShop Deals
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Posted 30th Sep
  • SUPERB EXTRA VALUE 12 PACK! HIGH QUALITY AND HIGH CAPACITY AAA / HR03 RECHARGEABLE NIMH BATTERIES - HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS SOLD!
  • Compatible with all good quality NiMH battery chargers. Use in all equipment types - 1100mAh capacity batteries offer exceptional performance and battery life - superb for general use but especially suited to high drain equipment types.
  • AAA sized batteries are used in remote controls, LED torches, LED bike lights and LED lighting products, childrens toys etc. - A 'AAA' battery measures approx 44mm in length by 10mm in diameter
  • Switch to rechargeable batteries and save yourself lots of of money, be kinder to our environment AND reduce landfill too. May be re-charged up to 1,000 times and costs only pennies to recharge - WOW!
  • AAA batteries are also known as LR3, LR03, HR03, KAAA and MN2400 Sizes. Please browse our store to discover some superb value NiMH battery chargers as well as memory cards, inkjet cartridges etc.
  • 7dayshop Online Since Year 2000. This product is supplied with our 7dayshop 30 Day Money Back 101% Complete Satisfaction Assurance.
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Minstadave01/10/2019 00:00

Just be aware these are not low self discharge, so not good for low drain …Just be aware these are not low self discharge, so not good for low drain applications (which are pretty much all the things AAAs are used for, like remotes, clocks, torches etc).



7dayshop's 850mAh low self discharge batteries are cheaper and in my opinion better, at £6.94 for 12:
7dayshop.com/pro…201
Edited by: "EQL" 1st Oct
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Can anyone link a nice charger to pair them with?
Just be aware these are not low self discharge, so not good for low drain applications (which are pretty much all the things AAAs are used for, like remotes, clocks, torches etc).
Edited by: "Minstadave" 1st Oct
Minstadave01/10/2019 00:00

Just be aware these are not low self discharge, so not good for low drain …Just be aware these are not low self discharge, so not good for low drain applications (which are pretty much all the things AAAs are used for, like remotes, clocks, torches etc).



7dayshop's 850mAh low self discharge batteries are cheaper and in my opinion better, at £6.94 for 12:
7dayshop.com/pro…201
Edited by: "EQL" 1st Oct
sweet. thanks for the heads up 12 batteries of these kind for this price is very good. I've had 7dayshop batteries. Used in bike lights, works absolutely fine. Better than the lidl rubbish i bought recently which fail to charge
EQL01/10/2019 00:07

7dayshop's 850mAh low self discharge batteries are cheaper and in my …7dayshop's 850mAh low self discharge batteries are cheaper and in my opinion better, at £6.94 for 12:https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-good-to-go-aaa-rechargeable-batteries-nimh-pre-charged-850mah-extra-value-12-pack-wh2-ds-201


I have the 2600 mah but I find when in my Xbox controller they die after a few days , do you know which mah is best ?
BoGoF01/10/2019 01:13

I have the 2600 mah but I find when in my Xbox controller they die after a …I have the 2600 mah but I find when in my Xbox controller they die after a few days , do you know which mah is best ?


I went for the slow power drain ones on Amazon, they state that they will keep 80% of the charge after 3 years.
EBL 8 for 9.99 at the minute but I got mine on a deal for 6.49, I'm using 6 in two hall night LED lights and not recharged then since I got them 5 months ago and I just tested the two I've not used and both are still sitting at 95% but these ones are a good deal especially if you need more than 8.
Had these before, don’t waste your time. They don’t perform all that well, often get overcharged in a smart charger. Get the eneloop pro type such as the ikea or Panasonic/Fuji.
I simply try not to buy things like torches with AAA bateries in them. They are always discharged when I want to use them! Remote controls (very low drain items) you just have to put up with normal non-rechargable types which last numbers of years.
I'm king of the remote controls in our house, a set of alkaline AAA will be lucky to last more than four months with all the channel hopping I do..............
Not impressed with 7 day shop rechargeables. I have quite a selection of different brands now and would say these are the worst of the lot. Discharge very quickly and die regularly compared to others.
MrWani01/10/2019 07:22

Not impressed with 7 day shop rechargeables. I have quite a selection of …Not impressed with 7 day shop rechargeables. I have quite a selection of different brands now and would say these are the worst of the lot. Discharge very quickly and die regularly compared to others.


I'd echo this. I got some 7 day shop batteries at the same time as some Amazon own brand & Duracell rechargables. Everyone of the 16 Amazon/Duracell ones are fine, whilst 9 out of 12 7dayshop ones are now knackered (* ~36months ago); so much so that I ditched them in one of the supermarket battery bins.

*edit - I'm referring to the blue striped ones, not the green.
Edited by: "Scorpion" 3rd Oct
Always been happy with Eneloop batteries.
I purchased about 20 AA/AAA from Amazon almost 10 years ago and they're still working.

Going to try the Ikea LADDA battery range next as I've heard good things about them
eg. AAA
ikea.com/gb/…80/
ikea.com/gb/…83/
I would advise buying Enloop cells.
They hold their charge for a long time losing as little as 5% over 12 months in storage.
I use them in my Photographic kit on which I depend for a living.
I would not use anything else, unless something better is introduced
No point buying non low self discharge batteries these days. And if they have a true 1100mAh capacity I'll eat my hat.
kowalski01/10/2019 11:54

Always been happy with Eneloop batteries. I purchased about 20 AA/AAA from …Always been happy with Eneloop batteries. I purchased about 20 AA/AAA from Amazon almost 10 years ago and they're still working.Going to try the Ikea LADDA battery range next as I've heard good things about themeg. AAAhttps://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/ladda-rechargeable-battery-90303880/https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/ladda-rechargeable-battery-30303883/


Can these batteries be charged in a standard charger? I take it its nothing special to charge them, I already have an Energiser charger for double a and triple a batteries.
2badmice01/10/2019 18:20

Can these batteries be charged in a standard charger? I take it its …Can these batteries be charged in a standard charger? I take it its nothing special to charge them, I already have an Energiser charger for double a and triple a batteries.


Throw it away and buy a smart charger. Your batteries will thanks you for it.
TedStriker7201/10/2019 18:03

No point buying non low self discharge batteries these days. And if they …No point buying non low self discharge batteries these days. And if they have a true 1100mAh capacity I'll eat my hat.


I have about 30 of them in use and measured them on the 1st charge. All but 1 held between ~1050 and 1100mAh

Edit: and btw, this price has been like this for many weeks now. I bought a 12 pack in August.
Edited by: "Eashyals" 1st Oct
Scorpion01/10/2019 09:54

I'd echo this. I got some 7 day shop batteries at the same time as some …I'd echo this. I got some 7 day shop batteries at the same time as some Amazon own brand & Duracell rechargables. Everyone of the 16 Amazon/Duracell ones are fine, whilst 9 out of 12 7dayshop ones are now knackered (* ~36months ago); so much so that I ditched them in one of the supermarket battery bins.


None of my 7dayshop low self discharge (green striped) batteries have failed yet (I have quite a few). I've not used their high performance batteries (blue striped).
I've been using the ones from Poundland and they are amazing!

Usually my DSLR lights kill my batteries but I've left them in for a few weeks, used them here & there and the lights are still at full brightness.
Minstadave01/10/2019 00:00

Just be aware these are not low self discharge, so not good for low drain …Just be aware these are not low self discharge, so not good for low drain applications (which are pretty much all the things AAAs are used for, like remotes, clocks, torches etc).


Also be aware that rechargeable batteries are a waste of money on very low drain devices like remotes and clocks. They would have to last at least 10 years to get your money back.
Personally, I wouldn't bother with these. I've bought these a few times within a few months of each other. Around 24 in total. Only have around 6 left, the rest are in the bin. Very cheap/nasty quality.
1100mAh

Sounding like Boris Johnson said that was their capacity!
Personally I really love rechargeable batteries. Main reason is that they are environment friendly. Just buy couple sets of reusable batteries and you free to go. Really nice deal, heat added.
kowalski01/10/2019 11:54

Always been happy with Eneloop batteries. I purchased about 20 AA/AAA from …Always been happy with Eneloop batteries. I purchased about 20 AA/AAA from Amazon almost 10 years ago and they're still working.Going to try the Ikea LADDA battery range next as I've heard good things about themeg. AAAhttps://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/ladda-rechargeable-battery-90303880/https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/ladda-rechargeable-battery-30303883/


They are equal to the eneloop pro options, I have several. The 7day shop smart charger charges these perfect every time and never overcharges them.
Can someone tell me which batteries are best for my house phone thats always on the charger please, the ones i have only last a few minutes talk time
stokie02/10/2019 15:05

Can someone tell me which batteries are best for my house phone thats …Can someone tell me which batteries are best for my house phone thats always on the charger please, the ones i have only last a few minutes talk time


Same question here!
Freddy_uk02/10/2019 14:50

They are equal to the eneloop pro options, I have several. The 7day shop …They are equal to the eneloop pro options, I have several. The 7day shop smart charger charges these perfect every time and never overcharges them.



which charger from 7dayshop do you recommend?
7dayshop.com/bat…ers

edit - this one?
7dayshop.com/pro…127

this Nitecore one looks good maybe?
7dayshop.com/pro…td4
Edited by: "kowalski" 2nd Oct
kowalski02/10/2019 23:58

which charger from 7dayshop do you …which charger from 7dayshop do you recommend?https://www.7dayshop.com/battery-chargers-and-testersedit - this one?https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-pro-ds-sc1000-super-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display-ds-127this Nitecore one looks good maybe?https://www.7dayshop.com/products/nitecore-d4-multi-digi-charger-lcd-display-intelligent-charger-for-nimh-li-ion-imr-lifepo4-batteries-ntd4



I have the 2nd link you posted. Seems fine, had it a few years, always charges eneloop a the correct capacity but the 7day shop ones were hit and miss.
Which rechargeable batteries would be good for Xbox controllers?
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