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Argos Home Ultra Alkaline AAA, or AA Battery - Pack of 48 @ Argos free Click & Collect - £6.99
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Argos Home Ultra Alkaline AAA, or AA Battery - Pack of 48 @ Argos free Click & Collect - £6.99

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Posted 4th Dec 2019

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Originally £13.00


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Argos ultra-batteries are made with advanced materials to keep those every-day, power hungry devices charged up and performing their best. Long lasting and reliable, this pack of 48 AAA alkaline batteries are ideal to use on toys, remote controls, clock and radios, flashlights, portable electronics and many more!

  • Pack of 48 batteries.
  • 1.5V.
  • Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.

Also reduced:
Argos Home Ultra Alkaline AA Batteries - Pack of 48 ( Was £13.00, now £6.99 ) argos.co.uk/pro…206


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Sharpharp04/12/2019 17:27

Cold, £4.99 for 48 Everready gold. 2 packs gets you free delivery.This …Cold, £4.99 for 48 Everready gold. 2 packs gets you free delivery.This deal is cold, why pay £2 more, sheep comes to mind


People are sheep for not knowing about a deal that you didn't even link to? Great people skills there.
You can't even buy two packs in one order, I don't know if they limit multiple orders.

And this is still a good price and people often have vouchers for Argos acquired as rewards, etc.
These are typically £7 for 24, so not a bad deal.

According to Which Magazine, they scored 64%, with Pros being great for low and high drain, leak free and cheap. Cons being not great for medium drain devices, and not energy efficient.

Full list here:

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Aldi Activ Energy AAA 73% £1.99

Varta LongLife Power AA 73% £3.50

Duracell Ultra Power AAA 73% £5.00

Varta LongLife Max Power AA 72% £4.84

Duracell Plus Power AA 71% £4.00

Panasonic Evolta AAA 71% £3.75

Energizer Max Plus AA 71% £5.00

Varta LongLife Power AAA 71% £3.50

Panasonic Pro Power AAA 69% £3.25

Panasonic Evolta AA 68% £3.75

Varta LongLife Max Power AAA 67% £4.80

Tesco Extra Long Life AAA 67% £3.25

Energizer Max AA 66% £3.75

Energizer Max Plus AAA 66% £5.00

Ikea Alkalisk LR03 AAA 65% £2.25

Sainsburys Home Long Life AAA 65% £3.00

Panasonic Pro Power AA 65% £3.25

Argos Home Ultra Alkaline AAA 64% £7.00

Amazon AmazonBasics Performance Alkaline Batteries AA 63% £3.99

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Lidl Aerocell AAA 59% £1.99

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Energizer Alkaline Power AA 56% £2.75

Morrisons Extra Long Life Alkaline AA 56% £3.00

Energizer Max AAA 55% £3.75

Boots Extra Long Life AA 54% £2.50

Energizer Alkaline Power AAA 54% £2.75

GP Ultra AAA 54% £2.99

Superdrug Longer Life AAA 53% £2.00

Asda Long Life AAA 52% £3.00

Argos Home Ultra Alkaline AA 52% £7.00

Asda Long Life AA 52% £3.00

Boots Extra Long Life AAA 48% £2.50

Wilko Powerplus Extra Long Life Alkaline AA 48% £1.25

Wilko Powerplus Extra Long Life Alkaline AAA 46% £1.25

GP Ultra AA 44% £2.99

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waxsta05/12/2019 09:00

Although this is an excellent price I'd recommend people buy rechargeable …Although this is an excellent price I'd recommend people buy rechargeable batteries to save from having to throw single use batteries away and causing waste


I went all rechargeable for a while, but found they don't last anywhere near the 1000 recharges claimed. Got a handful of recharges at the most before some become unusable, and they discharge even when you are not using them (I know some more expensive ones claim not to but again they often fail). Disposable ones are more convenient as they are always ready to go when your kids need them. No having to wait while they may or may not charge. Also regular batteries get recycled these days anyway.
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Great Price. Thank you @ZanyAngel
Thanks ordered 2
Good find, I'll expire my Argos Home batteries deal.
Been using the ones from their Variety pack and are long lasting in flashlights and other high drain devices.
Thanks op!
Thanks op I bought two packs 🔥🔥🔥
How do these compare with the Primark Home alkaline batteries on here?

They are £1.40 for 10 (so 14p each or £6.72 for 48), available in AA or AAA.
Are these long lasting? Seem a bit cheap.
Surely lots better to get these from Poundland £7 would get you 70 batts compared to 48?
lamboo04/12/2019 10:47

Good find, I'll expire my Argos Home batteries deal.Been using the ones …Good find, I'll expire my Argos Home batteries deal.Been using the ones from their Variety pack and are long lasting in flashlights and other high drain devices.


Are they any good ?

maxmix
maxmix04/12/2019 13:49

Are they any good ?maxmix


For the price and quality of batteries, so far i cant complain.
Only ones better i would say are Varta batteries, been using same 4 Varta AA in my blood pressure machine for last 4 months on daily use.
kooger2104/12/2019 12:32

Surely lots better to get these from Poundland £7 would get you 70 batts …Surely lots better to get these from Poundland £7 would get you 70 batts compared to 48?


I found the pound shop ones have went down over the last year to 600mah
kooger2104/12/2019 12:32

Surely lots better to get these from Poundland £7 would get you 70 batts …Surely lots better to get these from Poundland £7 would get you 70 batts compared to 48?


The 10 for a pound poundland ones are zinc chloride so have very poor energy density and high risk of leaking.
Alkaline are also prone to leaking but last a lot longer, currently you get 12 alkaline batteries from poundland for 2 pounds so 48 batteries is 8 quid so not cheaper than these.

I still think the best value batteries are the ikea alkaline ones.
Ordered a pack of AA and AAA to collect tomorrow, Cheers
kooger2104/12/2019 12:32

Surely lots better to get these from Poundland £7 would get you 70 batts …Surely lots better to get these from Poundland £7 would get you 70 batts compared to 48?


Are they Zinc Chloride?
"this pack of 48 alkaline batteries are ideal to use on toys, remote controls, clock and radios, flashlights, portable electronics and many more!"

What's this flashlight thing, I know of a similar item called torch, but not this .
Edited by: "Roujin-sei" 4th Dec 2019
This deal has charged me up.
positive post
Don’t ever get the zinc batteries from Poundland . I bought them for my wireless mouse and was replacing them every 7-10 days, decent alkaline ones would last 2 months or so
Thats a lot of power for not a lot Thanks zany.
Cold, £4.99 for 48 Everready gold. 2 packs gets you free delivery.

This deal is cold, why pay £2 more, sheep comes to mind
apur3204/12/2019 10:33

Great Price. Thank you @ZanyAngel



Great price? Much cheaper Alkaline batteries than this, did u even look?
Sharpharp04/12/2019 17:28

Great price? Much cheaper Alkaline batteries than this, did u even look?


Any example please
apur3204/12/2019 17:31

Any example please



see my above post. giftandgadgetstore, 48 Ever ready gold for £4.99, add an extra item and get free delivery, way cheaper and better than this over-hyped deal.
5 year guarantee is excellent, my batteries rarely last 12 months
Thanks OP. Was looking for batteries as low on stock.
Sharpharp04/12/2019 17:27

Cold, £4.99 for 48 Everready gold. 2 packs gets you free delivery.This …Cold, £4.99 for 48 Everready gold. 2 packs gets you free delivery.This deal is cold, why pay £2 more, sheep comes to mind


People are sheep for not knowing about a deal that you didn't even link to? Great people skills there.
You can't even buy two packs in one order, I don't know if they limit multiple orders.

And this is still a good price and people often have vouchers for Argos acquired as rewards, etc.
n15hu04/12/2019 17:07

This deal has charged me up.


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davidridge104/12/2019 17:40

5 year guarantee is excellent, my batteries rarely last 12 months


Sharpharp04/12/2019 17:27

Cold, £4.99 for 48 Everready gold. 2 packs gets you free delivery.This …Cold, £4.99 for 48 Everready gold. 2 packs gets you free delivery.This deal is cold, why pay £2 more, sheep comes to mind



This a deal for 48 AAA Batteries, the EverReady deal is for 48 AA Batteries.
Good deal to op
Roujin-sei04/12/2019 16:56

"this pack of 48 alkaline batteries are ideal to use on toys, remote …"this pack of 48 alkaline batteries are ideal to use on toys, remote controls, clock and radios, flashlights, portable electronics and many more!" What's this flashlight thing, I know of a similar item called torch, but not this .


Thought you said Fleshlight for a second. That's a completely different thing.
Why can't they ever do half AA and half AAA.
KingAwKings04/12/2019 16:39

I found the pound shop ones have went down over the last year to 600mah


Typical argos doesn't give you any information on their products.

What is the mah on these?

Trying to figure out if they're just cheap and rubbish or cheap and good.
gob999904/12/2019 19:03

This a deal for 48 AAA Batteries, the EverReady deal is for 48 AA …This a deal for 48 AAA Batteries, the EverReady deal is for 48 AA Batteries.Good deal to op

Incorrect, this deal is AAA or AA
Cheers OP, reserved a pack of AA and a pack of AAA to collect
Fantastic deal
doughnutman04/12/2019 20:20

Typical argos doesn't give you any information on their products. What is …Typical argos doesn't give you any information on their products. What is the mah on these? Trying to figure out if they're just cheap and rubbish or cheap and good.


If they are LR03 type from what I can see on the pictures. They will be between 860-1,200 mah.
All comes down I suppose to how they are presented if 100% charged. Reason I say this is I have experienced under performing cheaper batteries than known brand.
Last night I opened a pack of 4 x AAA which were roughly 6 years old but thought I would chance trying them out. Dead as a dodo. Now found Toshiba ones that were 10 years still sealed and worked.
Thanks perfect
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