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JCB Pre-Charged AAA 900mAh Rechargeable Batteries 4 Pack - £2.29 + £2.49 P&P, Free if over £30 @ Battery Force
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JCB Pre-Charged AAA 900mAh Rechargeable Batteries 4 Pack - £2.29 + £2.49 P&P, Free if over £30 @ Battery Force

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Posted 14th Jan

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Free postage if you spend over £30, otherwise its £2.49
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I am wondering what JCB (heavy machinery) has to do with AA batteries? This probably someone paid JCB for license to use their name similar to goods in sport direct which a lot of labels has gone long tome ago and they bought the right to the label name ( but sadly not the quality).
One.might as well buy some chinese cheap make on eBay
I'd much rather use rechargeables now and not risk damaging my expensive equipment. Alkaline is ok for cheap gadgets that you don't mind risking. Alkalines leak and damage equipment as happened to my DSLR Flash unit recently. Thankfully I managed to clean up the contacts and got it working again before there was any damage to the internal circuitry. Lucky escape. Plus they have got to be better for the environment rather that throwing away as many old batteries.

The only non rechargeables I don't mind using are the Energizer Lithium Ultimate ones as they last ages and are a must in certain things.
Edited by: "funkymonkeyboy" 14th Jan
You pick these up in Home Bargains for around the £3 price.
mtye14/01/2020 13:10

You pick these up in Home Bargains for around the £3 price.


Or around £4, as these are £3.99 at HB.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 14th Jan
While £2.29 is a very good price, if you add the postage it will be more expensive than their normal price at Home Bargains, £3.99. This price is OK for those who want them delivered. I wish they would have had a C&C for £2.29...
funkymonkeyboy14/01/2020 11:45

I'd much rather use rechargeables now and not risk damaging my expensive …I'd much rather use rechargeables now and not risk damaging my expensive equipment. Alkaline is ok for cheap gadgets that you don't mind risking. Alkalines leak and damage equipment as happened to my DSLR Flash unit recently. Thankfully I managed to clean up the contacts and got it working again before there was any damage to the internal circuitry. Lucky escape. Plus they have got to be better for the environment rather that throwing away as many old batteries.The only non rechargeables I don't mind using are the Energizer Lithium Ultimate ones as they last ages and are a must in certain things.


I still come across some equipment which don't work or work well with the 1.2V rechargeable batteries so alkalines and the like are the only option.
these will keep the wife buzzing all night
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