Posted 28 February 2023

Amazon Basics AA High-Capacity Rechargeable Batteries, Pre-charged - 8 Pack - £10.04 @ Amazon

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  • Amazon Basics AA High-Capacity Rechargeable Batteries 2400mAh (12-Pack) - for £12.09 - cheaper per battery
  • AA high-capacity rechargeable battery (8-pack, 2400 mAh); ideal for professional or everyday use
  • Long battery life; gradual self-discharge maintains 70% capacity for 6 months and 50% capacity for 12 months
  • Comes pre-charged and ready to use; can be fully recharged, back up to 100% capacity, even after 3 years; can be recharged hundreds of times with minimal power or capacity loss
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging; recyclable;
  • Same product, new look! Appearance of batteries you receive may vary.
  • The batteries can be recycled when they no longer hold a charge; to find a recycling location near you, simply copy/paste this link into your browser: call2recycle.org/loc…or/
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  1. Roger_Irrelevant's avatar
    You can't really judge batteries until they're a few years old or have a lot of cycles under their, err, belt.

    Not tested these or IKEA but some proof on the legendary status of Eneloop Pro (mine are ~6 years old), and Tronic look promising (The No.2 one might come good after another full discharge/recharge cycle).

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    HappyShopper's avatar
    What charger is that please? Any good?
  2. Joe90_guy's avatar
    Anyone know of any AA rechargeables that are GUARANTEED 1.5 volt & not stoopid expensive? Looking for a couple for my electric toothbrush which refuses point blank to work with the normal 1.2V AA rechargeables. (edited)
    brownfox90's avatar
    What you are looking for is Lithium Ion Batteries - They are on Amazon, i use EBL ( red colour ) cant fault them. XTRA also a good brand. may be there are a few more but please stick to a reputable brand. You'll also need a compatible charger. ( dont mix it with 1.2 batteries nor the charger )
  3. BargainDealsHunter's avatar
    Good find, but 12 pack for £12.09 is better value for money than 8 pack for £10.04!
    gordo1964's avatar
    Good spot - cheers
  4. ps3ud0's avatar
    How do these compare to the IKEA Ladda?

    brownfox90's avatar
    pretty similar both are made in Japan. which are generally a lot better than chinese made such as EBL. i've got a loads of EBL ( 2800mAH ) batteries really disappointed in.
  5. jamiesd's avatar
    went for the 12 pack
  6. Oinky's avatar
    Recently purchased 24 AAA from Amazon during a special deal.
    So thanks to OP and I just purchased TWO packs of 12 of these.

    Mainly for some pretty fake wobbly flame candles which each take 2 batteries each.
  7. NinjaTurtle's avatar
    Will these charge in an Energizer charger?
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