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7dayshop Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA Cell Size (2100 mAh) "GOOD TO GO" - Pack of 4 in FREE Case - LIMITED SPECIAL !! - £4.59 inc delivery @ 7dayshop.com
7dayshop Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA Cell Size (2100 mAh) "GOOD TO GO" - Pack of 4 in FREE Case - LIMITED SPECIAL !! - £4.59 inc delivery @ 7dayshop.com

7dayshop Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA Cell Size (2100 mAh) "GOOD TO GO" - Pack of 4 in FREE Case - LIMITED SPECIAL !! - £4.59 inc delivery @ 7dayshop.com

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These batteries are the Eneloop equivalent (£6-£7). They are suberb rechargeable 'AA' batteries at a more easy on the wallet price!!
Had these in the Xbox controllers since Xmas day and still going strong ;-)

7dayshop Good TO GO batteries arrive pre-charged and ready to use. Additionally they hold their charge for longer times than traditional Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries and can be recharged up to 1,000 times...
7dayshop "GOOD TO GO" are the similar/same in technology as Sanyo ENELOOP, Panasonic Infinium, Uniross Hybrio, GP Recyko, Sony Cycle Energy, Duracell Active Charge, Hama Ready 4 Power and Camlink's Ready 2 Go batteries - Only Much Better Value of Course !!

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True, but they are very good batteries I've used a lot.

These Batteries are easily worth this price , I replaced all my standard 2900Mah with these as they perform much better great in my Camera flash and the kids Balance board super hot

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garbage456

they are always this price and have in fact been … they are always this price and have in fact been £3.99http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/3-99-hybrid-7dayshop-rechargeable-n/741205



Why cold???? Can you buy these cheaper now??? [email protected]

Edited by: "Magshull22" 3rd Jan 2011

Have they ever been as dear as this before? I have certainly never paid more than £3.99 for 4 AAs, and most of the time have been £3.99 or as low as £3.69 when buying 8 of more!

Good batteries, but I won't rush to buy them as they are normally cheaper than this!
Edited by: "nihcaj" 3rd Jan 2011

nihcaj

Have they ever been as dear as this before? I have certainly never paid … Have they ever been as dear as this before? I have certainly never paid more than £3.99 for 4 AAs, and most of the time have been £3.99 or as low as £3.69 when buying 8 of more!Good batteries, but I won't rush to buy them as they are normally cheaper than this!



Totally agree with you here

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poisondwarf

Totally agree with you here



What quality batteries would you buy for under £5???

plz tell me .. are they good for digital camera... i hv got cannon ixus..thnx

Magshull22

What quality batteries would you buy for under £5???



I wouldn't, I would wait for a few weeks, in the hope they will return close to their previous price, or alternatively wait for other offers which regularly turn up on here, that's the beauty of using rechargeables, you usually have some handy, and only need buy them when you see a good price :-)

The Recycko on Amazon Marketplace are almost as cheap as these currently too, (6 AAs for £7.48) and seeing they are possibly a little better, if I HAD to buy now, they might win.

nihcaj

I wouldn't, I would wait for a few weeks, in the hope they will return … I wouldn't, I would wait for a few weeks, in the hope they will return close to their previous price, or alternatively wait for other offers which regularly turn up on here, that's the beauty of using rechargeables, you usually have some handy, and only need buy them when you see a good price :-)The Recycko on Amazon Marketplace are almost as cheap as these currently too, (6 AAs for £7.48) and seeing they are possibly a little better, if I HAD to buy now, they might win.



Agreed,
I have only ever paid £3.99 per pack of 4 in a (free) case, delivered from 7dayshop, or slightly less when I have purchased in (small) bulk
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