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Power-up your digital devices for long-lasting use with the 4-pack Duracell AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries.



DURACELL AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries - Pack of 4 - Currys


  • Duracell Rechargeable AA 1300 mAh batteries stay charged for up to 12 months, when not in use
  • Unused Duracell Rechargeable AA 1300 mAh batteries are guaranteed to last 3 years
  • Duracell Rechargeable AA 1300 mAh batteries come pre-charged, ready to use
  • Duracell Rechargeable AA 1300 mAh batteries can be recharged 100's times
  • Suited for regularly used devices like wireless mouse or babyphone
  • They are available in AA 1300 mAh and AAA 750 mAh sizes
  • They work in any NiMH charger


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No spotify code ? Lol ..Heated
Ive had a few packs of these and they’ve never lasted as well as alternatives...ikeas or even Aldi Lidl have outlasted these duds..
Edited by: "Nealjane100" 27th Mar
1300mAh
1300mAh is not great, but ok for low power devices I guess
Nealjane10027/03/2020 10:02

Ive had a few packs of these and they’ve never lasted as well as a …Ive had a few packs of these and they’ve never lasted as well as alternatives...ikeas or even Aldi Lidl have outlasted these duds..


Thanks for the comparison. Ikea's ones are made in Japan and have been shown to be superior to most competitors. They are pricier than these but after your message I will stick to ikea ones.
If they can be recharged as often as said, then they work out at 1.5 pence each - voted HOT
hot for remote controls and clocks - but too low for anything remotely power hungry.
only 1300mAh.

Better off getting 2600mAh own brand from 7dayshop for a similar price
Zeeshaan27/03/2020 10:11

only 1300mAh.Better off getting 2600mAh own brand from 7dayshop for a …only 1300mAh.Better off getting 2600mAh own brand from 7dayshop for a similar price


You are probably correct - but for £4 who really cares, at least its branded and a UK company dispatching it who is currently struggling as their shops are closed on the UK High Street.
Edited by: "colombo" 27th Mar
Will these work on my AA battery solar lights out in the garden,as mine have lost charge after a few years of use.
telboy6927/03/2020 10:12

Will these work on my AA battery solar lights out in the garden,as mine …Will these work on my AA battery solar lights out in the garden,as mine have lost charge after a few years of use.


Yes, if they need AA batteries then yes, but I would charge them up in a charger first, or maybe they come precharged in 2020 ?? unsure.
Edited by: "colombo" 27th Mar
I use the 2500 mAh versions, they charge well and have good lifespan, obviously 1300 mAh won't last as long. Still a good price.
MadeDixonsCry27/03/2020 10:05

Thanks for the comparison. Ikea's ones are made in Japan and have been …Thanks for the comparison. Ikea's ones are made in Japan and have been shown to be superior to most competitors. They are pricier than these but after your message I will stick to ikea ones.


Made In Japan stuff is very good and rare in this day and age. Never knew Ikeas are made there. Thanks for sharing the information.
Nealjane10027/03/2020 10:02

Ive had a few packs of these and they’ve never lasted as well as a …Ive had a few packs of these and they’ve never lasted as well as alternatives...ikeas or even Aldi Lidl have outlasted these duds..


I've had 6 packs of Lidl (Tronic) ones and have had much luck with them, less than 50% lasted longer than 10 charges. It may of been a bad batch tho as I purchased them all at the same time. From what I hear Amazon basics are some of the best, a premium make in an Amazon sleeve.
Zeeshaan27/03/2020 10:11

only 1300mAh.Better off getting 2600mAh own brand from 7dayshop for a …only 1300mAh.Better off getting 2600mAh own brand from 7dayshop for a similar price


He 7dayshop ones before, lasted well
Thanks.
telboy6927/03/2020 10:12

Will these work on my AA battery solar lights out in the garden,as mine …Will these work on my AA battery solar lights out in the garden,as mine have lost charge after a few years of use.


Perfect for anything like that, they are normally only low power from New
BigBellyNelly27/03/2020 10:19

Perfect for anything like that, they are normally only low power from New


Thanks.
There's been a few tests of the Ikea ones and they seem to be the same as Eneloop Pros just in a different sleeve. Have used them in my underwater strobes and not seen any difference to my Eneloops, so guess the reviews are correct.
MadeDixonsCry27/03/2020 10:05

Thanks for the comparison. Ikea's ones are made in Japan and have been …Thanks for the comparison. Ikea's ones are made in Japan and have been shown to be superior to most competitors. They are pricier than these but after your message I will stick to ikea ones.


Well, Ikea ones are not bad, but not great either. Duracell are better a lot, all of my 8 Duracell AA still fine after 5 years with 87% of capacity. Where Ikea ones of same age has lost more than half of their original capacity.
So many conflicting reports
telboy6927/03/2020 10:21

Thanks.


No problem, there are also low power ones on eBay around £7 for 10 if you search for AA solar light batteries
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Good price indeed. The Varta ones at Screwfix are £1 more and bigger capacity, so I think they are better value. The Lidl ones are better value too. However, these are delivered and still good value.
Voted hot!
Only 1300mah, definitely won't last long.
BigBellyNelly27/03/2020 10:16

I've had 6 packs of Lidl (Tronic) ones and have had much luck with them, …I've had 6 packs of Lidl (Tronic) ones and have had much luck with them, less than 50% lasted longer than 10 charges. It may of been a bad batch tho as I purchased them all at the same time. From what I hear Amazon basics are some of the best, a premium make in an Amazon sleeve.


Varta from Screwfix are good and cheap as well. Also, Varta is a very good brand, this is what they do since the start, batteries.
sheffield78827/03/2020 10:38

Varta from Screwfix are good and cheap as well. Also, Varta is a very good …Varta from Screwfix are good and cheap as well. Also, Varta is a very good brand, this is what they do since the start, batteries.


Thank you, I never thought of Screwfix for rechargeable batteries even tho it's only 2mins away. Always used Varta when I had a Walkman and ghettoblasters as a kid, think I must of kept them in business until Sony and Panasonic included there own type of batteries. Normally buy Amazon brand alkaline ones now as I think my 4 and 8 year olds must be powered by them or something and I can't keep up with charging. I'll try Varta rechargeables when I'm allowed out again, it feels like I'm 10 and grounded again
BigBellyNelly27/03/2020 11:22

Thank you, I never thought of Screwfix for rechargeable batteries even tho …Thank you, I never thought of Screwfix for rechargeable batteries even tho it's only 2mins away. Always used Varta when I had a Walkman and ghettoblasters as a kid, think I must of kept them in business until Sony and Panasonic included there own type of batteries. Normally buy Amazon brand alkaline ones now as I think my 4 and 8 year olds must be powered by them or something and I can't keep up with charging. I'll try Varta rechargeables when I'm allowed out again, it feels like I'm 10 and grounded again


No problem. They usually go for £4.99 but sometimes they come on offer. I have a few, alongside other brands, but I feel Varta are the best of all. And one of the best brands on making batteries.

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Edited by: "sheffield788" 27th Mar
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