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Argos Home Ultra Alkaline Battery Variety Bundle -Pack of 44, £8.99 at Argos (Free collection)
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Argos Home Ultra Alkaline Battery Variety Bundle -Pack of 44, £8.99 at Argos (Free collection)

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Posted 6th Dec 2019

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Good price for this 44 pack variety bundle.
12pcs of AA, 12 pcs of AAA, 8 pcs of C, 8 pcs of D and 4 pcs of 9V
  • Pack of 44 batteries.
  • 1.5V.
  • Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.
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Anyone tried these? Just wondered how they compare with other brands.
Snaz0706/12/2019 08:53

Anyone tried these? Just wondered how they compare with other brands. …Anyone tried these? Just wondered how they compare with other brands.


Search for argos batteries and you will see the comments on another post.
Which? say:

AA 52% don't leak and cheap but sub-par performance

AAA 64% brilliant for the price, great for low-drain, good for high-drain devices, don't leak and cheap but not great for medium drain devices and not very energy efficient.
I'd say that's remarkable value if you're likely to use all of them, even if their capacity isn't that great. PP3s don't usually go below £1 each, so that's almost half the cost. C's and D's can't usually be had for less than 50p each, so that would be £8 between them. But I don't really have any use for C's and D's these days so overall it would be something of a waste.
banjomike06/12/2019 09:36

Which? say:AA 52% don't leak and cheap but sub-par performanceAAA 64% …Which? say:AA 52% don't leak and cheap but sub-par performanceAAA 64% brilliant for the price, great for low-drain, good for high-drain devices, don't leak and cheap but not great for medium drain devices and not very energy efficient.


To be honest, for most medium to high drain purposes it would make much more sense to use rechargeables now.
FYI: Delivery to store exceeded expectations for these batteries
I had to order Fri lunchtime for delivery to my local store on Tuesday for collection by Wednesday.
In reality they notified me this Sunday morning, ie 2 days early, that ready to collect (by Wed still).
Picked up & very nicely packaged & made 2018 for use by 2023.
And presumably they delivered a whole case to my local store, as more available there for immediate purchase now.
Edited by: "mk-donald" 8th Dec 2019
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