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8 Panasonic Eneloop Rechargeable 750mAh Batteries AAA 8 pack £10.99 @ Maplin
8 Panasonic Eneloop Rechargeable 750mAh Batteries AAA 8 pack £10.99 @ Maplin

8 Panasonic Eneloop Rechargeable 750mAh Batteries AAA 8 pack £10.99 @ Maplin

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Quite a good price for good batteries and if you are close to a store you can just pick them up without needing to wait for a delivery.

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Good price for pick up
I think students get an extra 5 percent off in store

robodan918

Good price for pick upI think students get an extra 5 percent off in store


NUS?

Second deal for Eneloop I've seen today, but I want a charger.

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AndrewHu

Second deal for Eneloop I've seen today, but I want a charger.



vapextech.co.uk/cha…aa/

or

vapextech.co.uk/cha…ch/

I have it and it works well - its fairly simple charger. The more batteries you charge the more slowly it charges them.

afroylnt

http://www.vapextech.co.uk/chargers/standard-chargers/fast-smart-charger-for-1-8-aa-or-aaa-nimh-batteries-lcd-display-vapextech-plus-8aa/or http://www.vapextech.co.uk/chargers/standard-chargers/fast-smart-charger-for-1-8-aa-or-aaa-nimh-batteries-lcd-display-vapextech/I have it and it works well - its fairly simple charger. The more batteries you charge the more slowly it charges them.



​Nice one, how do they compare to the Eneloop chargers?

i always go for the screwfix one's never let me down! screwfix.com/p/v…80k 2100 mAh these are the only batteries that last in my camera and i've tried many different brands

AndrewHu

Second deal for Eneloop I've seen today, but I want a charger.


Nitecore D4, superb charger.

Good price for Eneloop, but the Lidl ones are pretty good these days and cost £5 for the same number. Not available all the time though.

powerbrick

NUS?


No need
Just student card
They'd probably accept nus for the... Mature students

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AndrewHu

​Nice one, how do they compare to the Eneloop chargers?


I don't know; but it does seem to work well and it's great sometimes to be abel to charge 8 at at time. My other charger is a XTAR VC4 which has more functions (charges 18650's etc) but only holds 4 batteries at a time. It does however tell you how much charge each one has taken so you can weed out dud batteries.

XTAR VC4 is comparable a Nitecore D4.

mccririck

Good price for Eneloop, but the Lidl ones are pretty good these days and … Good price for Eneloop, but the Lidl ones are pretty good these days and cost £5 for the same number. Not available all the time though.



My experience of lidl ready to use batteries over the past couple of years is that they tend to fail more readily than Eneloop after a multiple charges. Keep receipt and make use of the three year warranty if you do buy lidl.

AndrewHu

Second deal for Eneloop I've seen today, but I want a charger.



​I can highly recommend the Ansmann Powerline 4 light. Use it with my eneloops and it's very easy to use. can vary the charging speed based on the current. Can also charge via mains as well as 12v

Scouse batteries.

Ey....ey....ey size please

been considering eneloop for some time now so may div in (the vatara screwfix ones), quick question; can these be charged in the appliance i.e. via usb / charging dock for example on two way radio / vape / torch etc...?

AndrewHu

Second deal for Eneloop I've seen today, but I want a charger.



Have a look at this, hotukdeals.com/dea…280
Lidl also do a range of rechargeable batteries AA AAA packs of 4 C D packs 2 I have been using these for couple of years now, all household items, quite a few torches (too many lol) and loads of toys, never had any problems with them, prefer these to all other brands I have tried.

Edited by: "SCOUSEKEVIN" 26th Jan

​Costco do a pack with a Panasonic eneloop charger 8 x aa batteries and 4 x aaa batteries f9r about 20.00

or get a better charger like the awesome Powerex MH-C9000 WizardOne Charger-Analyzer

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AndrewHu

Second deal for Eneloop I've seen today, but I want a charger.



this one also looks good;

7dayshop.com/pro…127

+1 for lidl, higher capacity as well.

Vapextech higher again & used to be my goto but Lidl r a no brainer at their price unless u need max capacity or OOS at Lidl.



Edited by: "png666" 26th Jan

I have lots of Eneloops but they're all AA. Have 8 x AAA from Vapextech but they're not very good. Was going to order some Eneloops but might give the Ikea one's a go instead (4 for £4):

ikea.com/gb/…80/

They're possibly re-badged Eneloops:
budgetlightforum.com/nod…235

afroylnt

this one also looks … this one also looks good;https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-aa-and-aaa-intelligent-nimh-professional-ds-sc1000-fast-battery-charger-multi-mode-lcd-display-wh2-ds-127



Excellent charger. I use this and the Maha MH-C9000. Great way to look after your batteries.

What is so special about 750mAh batteries?

rohitmkiller

What is so special about 750mAh batteries?


Not sure if you're trolling or not.

Nobody said they're special so I would advise you get your reading glasses. I have tried many rechargeable batteries and Eneloops come out top of the pile. I've had several for many years and they live up to their claims of retaining battery power. Lidl's are cheap and cheerful but they don't last that long. 750mh is more than enough for most things we use but if it's not enough there are alternatives. Whatever the reason, if it's not enough then why are you looking at it? It clearly says 750mh in the title of the deal.

GP Recyko are good cheaper alternative for AAA, eneloops or vapextech for AA. There was a mega thread about rechargable batteries on here a year or two back. I think the advice in there still holds true.

How are Eneloops size-wise? I'm fed up of rechargables that are too long or too fat to fit some devices.

Have never bought Eneloop batteries before, and these look a decent price. just not sure which make/type are best to buy.
But my current Duracell 2450mAH AA rechargable batteries may well be starting to die off. (so says my duracell charger)

What is a good/reasonable combo to buy as replacements?
I assume my current charger wont charge Eneloops by the looks of it, so would need to buy AA,AAA batteries +charger.

*batteries are used for Xbox controler, Bridge Camera(so need higher mAH i assume) amongst other things
Edited by: "regreid" 27th Jan

powerbrick

Nitecore D4, superb charger.



I'll second that recommendation - been using one with both Eneloops and 18650s for over a year. Only downside is that it emits a slight high pitch noise when charging!

rohitmkiller

What is so special about 750mAh batteries?



You realise these are AAAs? Never match the same capacity as AAs.

rohitmkiller

What is so special about 750mAh batteries?



Eneloop are the best rechargeable batteries on the market, I use the AA ones in a camera flash - the crappy Energiser standard batteries that have a higher mAh rating just don't cut the mustard.

banjomike

How are Eneloops size-wise?

Never had a problem, fitted them in numerous things (at least six different things).

Hey all, for those of you that don't know, don't waste your money on these, only 750mAh means they will run out of juice pretty rapid, especially in digi cams which'll eat them in 5 mins. Anyone who's techy knows AA/AAA rechargeable batteries are only any good with a minimum of 2500mAh. The higher the capacity number, the more charge they can hold and for longer.

Can anyone recommend AAA rechargeable batteries for use exclusively in DECT? I got a pack of chinese ones (1800mAh my a*!),and either they are dud (most possibly) or the DECT charging base kills them pretty fast. Or maybe you are not supposed to use batteries over a certain capacity?

I need new rechargeable batteries for the phone handsets. Can anyone advise/recommend any?

Ditzylips

I need new rechargeable batteries for the phone handsets. Can anyone … I need new rechargeable batteries for the phone handsets. Can anyone advise/recommend any?



​I'd like to know this too.

frenchian

I'll second that recommendation - been using one with both Eneloops and … I'll second that recommendation - been using one with both Eneloops and 18650s for over a year. Only downside is that it emits a slight high pitch noise when charging!


Good chargers, but this one has a discharge mode that may rescue some batteries that are losing it Foxnovo charger

Reality

​I'd like to know this too.


Dispite researching it ,I keep buying batteries that die almost immediately.

phoebegrace

i always go for the screwfix one's never let me down! … i always go for the screwfix one's never let me down! http://www.screwfix.com/p/varta-ready2use-rechargeable-batteries-aa-pack-of-4/5180k 2100 mAh these are the only batteries that last in my camera and i've tried many different brands



Thanks for posting that, I didn't know Screwfix sold Varta rechargeable batteries and the reviews are all positive. As Screwfix is only a few minutes away I'll be picking some up later. Thanks again.

Edit: Same Varta batteries are £7.79 on Amazon as well!
Edited by: "sabresonic" 27th Jan

If you use rechargeable cells then Enloops are currently (pun intended ) the way to go.
They hold most of their charge for 12 months or so while NiCad and Nmh cells loose about 5% per day.
This offer from Maplins is a good one .
I changed to the Panasonic Enloop Pro brand for all my pro photo gear and they have proven to be the best Ive ever used coupled to the Ansmann range of chargers.


Edited by: "uksnapper" 27th Jan

CharleyNokia

Hey all, for those of you that don't know, don't waste your money on … Hey all, for those of you that don't know, don't waste your money on these, only 750mAh means they will run out of juice pretty rapid, especially in digi cams which'll eat them in 5 mins. Anyone who's techy knows AA/AAA rechargeable batteries are only any good with a minimum of 2500mAh. The higher the capacity number, the more charge they can hold and for longer.


You can not buy AAA cells with 2500ma capacity.
Your post requires rewriting and clarifying.

rohitmkiller

What is so special about 750mAh batteries?

banjomike

How are Eneloops size-wise?



I beg to differ, they hold the charge for the longest time, but that's about it... Panasonic Infinium are my choice, BUT this is a good price.

I brought these Look at this on eBay ebay.co.uk/itm…287 will let you know how it goes.
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