8 Aerocell AA Batteries - £2.00 (Instore) @ Lidl
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8 Aerocell AA Batteries - £2.00 (Instore) @ Lidl

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Found 14th Jun 2014
I've been looking for the best AA batteries for my Xbox Controllers. I've been very disappointed with overpriced AA Duracell recently.

I have found that Aerocell, which can be bought at Lidl's are just as good as Duracell lasting well over 40 hours of gaming.

Which? magazine, which specialises in Technology rated Duracell Ultra Power (alkaline) with a score of 62% in comparison with Aerocell (alkaline) score of 61%.

Why pay more? When you can pay 100% less for greater or equal product.

8 Comments

Original Poster

Please explain cold votes. I have been using these batteries every day and have completed 4 games on my 360 with the first 2 batteries used.

or you could help the planet and use rechargeable batteries. Save you money in the long run as well.

rechargeables ftw, just invest in a GOOD charger (something like a maha) and you wont look back

Original Poster

Interesting, thanks guys. Environment always must comes first.

Thank you for your enlightenment. I have seen the holy light. Rechargeable from now on.

moosery2

rechargeables ftw, just invest in a GOOD charger (something like a maha) … rechargeables ftw, just invest in a GOOD charger (something like a maha) and you wont look back


MichyM

or you could help the planet and use rechargeable batteries. Save you … or you could help the planet and use rechargeable batteries. Save you money in the long run as well.



Rechargeable aren't good for all things though.


area88

Please explain cold votes. I have been using these batteries every day … Please explain cold votes. I have been using these batteries every day and have completed 4 games on my 360 with the first 2 batteries used.



Probably because you can get the Duracell pro cell for around this price

Original Poster

eslick

Probably because you can get the Duracell pro cell for around this price

Could you please tell me where? Also as stated above Duracell is equal to the batteries I have been using. Pro Cell are the industrial version of the standard ultra plus. They are nothing special, just a fancy name.
Edited by: "area88" 14th Jun 2014

area88

Could you please tell me where? Also as stated above Duracell is equal … Could you please tell me where? Also as stated above Duracell is equal to the batteries I have been using. Pro Cell are the industrial version of the standard ultra plus. They are nothing special, just a fancy name.



Hey just trying to help:) and just because you say they are equal doesn't mean they actually are people on here like big brands over names they don't like. And procell isn't the same as the ultra it's the standard one it's the same as if it was 2.72 for ten at Amazon would mean your deal is even colder than it is

Edited by: "eslick" 14th Jun 2014

eslick

Rechargeable aren't good for all things though.



pretty much all things, anything that can't take 1.2v isn't designed well, since alkalines drop to 1.2v during their useful life span. Not saying it doesnt happen, I'm looking at you vtech....
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