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Duracell 4 Pack Supreme Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA - 2450 mAh - £3.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop
Duracell 4 Pack Supreme Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA - 2450 mAh - £3.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop

Duracell 4 Pack Supreme Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - AA - 2450 mAh - £3.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop

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Great price got them the other day on the amazon deal for £4.50

very good price for rechargeable - are they any good?

Nice Find just ordered one

Great deal, good batteries.

the prices are dropping because of the new gen 'stay -charged' ones in the market.

good price. heat

Cracking!!!!

More for the Minelab....

mmah

the prices are dropping because of the new gen 'stay -charged' ones in … the prices are dropping because of the new gen 'stay -charged' ones in the market.good price. heat



I've used these regular type rechargeables for years. Since I've found the new-gen I wouldn't go back, especially as the price difference is no more than a £1. 7dayshop.com/cat…341

Good for high drain stuff where they only last a couple weeks, excellent thanks.

Banned

wow great post, i was about to buy this yesterday for 4.59, thx

Banned

Ah well; I paid £4.50 for these from Amazon the other day.

Villa

Ah well; I paid £4.50 for these from Amazon the other day.



just paid that today, no lunch for me as punishment for missing the deal

nice one ordered 2 cheers op

Ordered, cheers!

Original Poster

Villa

Ah well; I paid £4.50 for these from Amazon the other day.



me too

14 pound in tesco have some heat!

moved to stay-charged batteries... will not be going back!
this deal is hot only if you are organized and use immediately after charging!!
Edited by: "balluji" 25th Feb 2011

I use the 7dayshop ones for everything in my house now, I see no reason to use anything else with 10 or so "ready to go" for anything else.

2002ad

I've used these regular type rechargeables for years. Since I've found … I've used these regular type rechargeables for years. Since I've found the new-gen I wouldn't go back, especially as the price difference is no more than a £1. http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341



Have you tried the 7-day shop branded ones before? What's their power/quality like compared to the brands?

Bargain !!! Ordered a pack !

Great price, and good capacity on them

What would be the best 7dayshop charger to go with these, preferably one that can do 4xAAA as well?

Have some heat. Great find!

Hot, just ordered a pack. Thanks.

Purepatch

What would be the best 7dayshop charger to go with these, preferably one … What would be the best 7dayshop charger to go with these, preferably one that can do 4xAAA as well?



Practically all decent AA chargers will also charge AAA cells once some form of mechanical mechanism is activated.
I would suggest this charger combined with Sanyo's Eneloops :

7dayshop.com/cat…029

i've got a normal AA battery caddy for my xbox controllers, could these be recharges directly using a 'charging lead'?

Ideal for me. Hot. Ordered. Cheers OP!

Anyone know how long they are going to be at this price for?

dahlski

14 pound in tesco have some heat!

Every Little Helps, eh? oO

callum9999

Have you tried the 7-day shop branded ones before? What's their … Have you tried the 7-day shop branded ones before? What's their power/quality like compared to the brands?



I've been using the 7day shop branded ones and so far they have been superb. I've not used any other branded "good to go", but the 7-day shop are far superior to the normal energizer and duracell rechargeables I've used in the past. Considering the prices are almost the same this is a no-brainer to me!

If you do a search for the good to go ones you'll see everyone praises them. Don't waste any more money on the old generation rechargeables!!

2002ad

I've been using the 7day shop branded ones and so far they have been … I've been using the 7day shop branded ones and so far they have been superb. I've not used any other branded "good to go", but the 7-day shop are far superior to the normal energizer and duracell rechargeables I've used in the past. Considering the prices are almost the same this is a no-brainer to me! If you do a search for the good to go ones you'll see everyone praises them. Don't waste any more money on the old generation rechargeables!!



Thanks, I'll give them a try.

amehra09

any clue which one of the following is … any clue which one of the following is better?[url=http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=100592]http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=100592[/url]or[url=http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341]http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_3&products_id=107341[/url]



the ones in your second link, they are the ones that hold the charge

Spent £10 on these at Tesco on Saturday - ouch!

What a GREAT price. Bought four packs :-)

great deal--just ordered some-heat added8)
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