AA and AAA fusion 800mAh rechargeable batteries £1 for 2 @ Poundland
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AA and AAA fusion 800mAh rechargeable batteries £1 for 2 @ Poundland

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Found 26th Jun 2014
Rechargeable batteries 800mAh for £1!!! At poundland Leeds. Alot left in store

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Isn't this the normal price of these in Poundland? They've been in there for years

Standard stock. If you look on eBay good brand rated reliable rechargeables can be had for not a lot more per 2 equivalent price.

Original Poster

I dont know but i went into poundland today and thought of these rechargeable were going for like £3.50 on ebay, and i havent seen them in poundland before.

These are reliable. We've got about 8 packs used invarious things through the house.

normal price and 800mah not that good may be ok for solar lights.

icemanste

normal price and 800mah not that good may be ok for solar lights.



If the AA's are 800mAh, then that is truly dire.

Original Poster

I am planning to use it on my apple magic mouse, i wonder how long it will last for? does anyone know? if i use the computer 4-5hrs a day.

Stompa

If the AA's are 800mAh, then that is truly dire.


Agree! They'll be empty in no time.

Price per mAh, not much cheaper than buying a good set of 4 x 2100mAh stay-charged type batteries for around a fiver. And you'd have to take these out and charge them more often. These aren't a particularly good deal in the grand scheme of things.

would electric bill go up by more than the cost of buying throw a way batteries i wonder

timefortea

Price per mAh, not much cheaper than buying a good set of 4 x 2100mAh … Price per mAh, not much cheaper than buying a good set of 4 x 2100mAh stay-charged type batteries for around a fiver. And you'd have to take these out and charge them more often. These aren't a particularly good deal in the grand scheme of things.



As an example I buy batteries from Vapextech and 4 x AA 2300mAh stay-charged batteries are £6.45 but are three times the capcacity of these, so although you get 3 times more batteries you have to change/charge them a lot more. And these won't hold their charge anywhere near as long.

Better off buying eneloop rechargeables

I know they are expensive but they hold their charge for up to 4 years does what It says.... up to 1800 recharges.

mixandmatchfash

I am planning to use it on my apple magic mouse, i wonder how long it … I am planning to use it on my apple magic mouse, i wonder how long it will last for? does anyone know? if i use the computer 4-5hrs a day.


So you plan to power your £60 Apple mouse with a £1 set of batteries

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witekgl

So you plan to power your £60 Apple mouse with a £1 set of batteries

yes? I brought those kodak pack of 12s for £1 it lasted 6months so i was wondering if this is a cheaper option.

rubbish
they may have a use if its something that gets docked and so recharged alot but generally crap

been many deals for proper 2000 capacity ones eg duracells 3quid for 4 etc and lately i got packs of 2 vartas for 50p in lidl so need for these.
lidls own version is 2.99 for 4 also when they have them

cold

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brilly

rubbishthey may have a use if its something that gets docked and so … rubbishthey may have a use if its something that gets docked and so recharged alot but generally crapbeen many deals for proper 2000 capacity ones eg duracells 3quid for 4 etc and lately i got packs of 2 vartas for 50p in lidl so need for these.lidls own version is 2.99 for 4 also when they have themcold

proof to us where you get duracells £3 for 4 otherwise its just lame to talk through this topic, if you think this is cold deal then all you need to do is just press cold and shhhh. Without any proof of the deal that you mention, it look as bad as you say "i got a playstation 5" with no proof

mixandmatchfash

proof to us where you get duracells £3 for 4 otherwise its just lame to … proof to us where you get duracells £3 for 4 otherwise its just lame to talk through this topic, if you think this is cold deal then all you need to do is just press cold and shhhh. Without any proof of the deal that you mention, it look as bad as you say "i got a playstation 5" with no proof


i see you have problems with tenses but if you bother to read properly i said 'been'
this suggests the past, search for deals before looking stupid

as for vote cold and shh, nope.
if i think my comment will inform someone and assist then i am going to post it.
this is not a good deal, cheap does not mean good
cheap and good means a good deal

Original Poster

brilly

i see you have problems with tenses but if you bother to read properly i … i see you have problems with tenses but if you bother to read properly i said 'been' this suggests the past, search for deals before looking stupidas for vote cold and shh, nope.if i think my comment will inform someone and assist then i am going to post it. this is not a good deal, cheap does not mean goodcheap and good means a good deal

yes you clearly said its the past. That means your assist to people is useless on here. And for £1 is still better a "present" deal. Not someone like you brag on about a "past" deal which cost more. And also, this community is looking for "current" deals, and not a typical rubbish talk about the "past". If you have a better deal then just post the link up, theres no need for you talking about the history. Seems like you're talking to us from the us in the 80s. Hello? Its 2014....

mixandmatchfash

yes you clearly said its the past. That means your assist to people is … yes you clearly said its the past. That means your assist to people is useless on here. And for £1 is still better a "present" deal. Not someone like you brag on about a "past" deal which cost more. And also, this community is looking for "current" deals, and not a typical rubbish talk about the "past". If you have a better deal then just post the link up, theres no need for you talking about the history. Seems like you're talking to us from the us in the 80s. Hello? Its 2014....


....and relax...
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