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DURACELL AA NiMH Rechargeable Batteries - Pack of 4 - Curry's eBay

Capacity: 1,300 MAh
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Excellent deal especially for 1300 , nice find
Ordered
Thanks Op - bought a pack to put away for the Xmas fairy light collection that gets bigger every year
Silly question maybe, where should I buy the charger for these?
Tronic NiMH Rechargeable Batteries Available from Lidl AA (2,500mAh) are much bigger capacity same price or sometimes £2.99 on offer.
1300 is low for aa
1300mAh is a very low capacity for AA batteries. Usual ones I get are double that.
fredydib04/04/2020 09:51

Tronic NiMH Rechargeable Batteries Available from Lidl AA (2,500mAh) are …Tronic NiMH Rechargeable Batteries Available from Lidl AA (2,500mAh) are much bigger capacity same price or sometimes £2.99 on offer.


Mine stopped working within 3 months. 3 yrs old Energizers still running.
oos already
quake.ee04/04/2020 09:55

Mine stopped working within 3 months. 3 yrs old Energizers still running.


Mine been fine in clocks and led candles...

should take back under guarantee
Can anyone recommend a good charger to go with these?

Ideally something that will also do AAA size
fredydib04/04/2020 09:57

Mine been fine in clocks and led candles...should take back under …Mine been fine in clocks and led candles...should take back under guarantee


Who keeps lidl receipts for that long?:))
Oos
Oos
quake.ee04/04/2020 09:58

Who keeps lidl receipts for that long?:))


I do got a car pump failed with 1 week left on the 3 year warranty

new one delivered from Germany within days
Very good batteries. Have them for 5+ years and still all are fine and takes good charge. Put them in low power consumption devices, such as keyboards, door bells, remotes, etc. and 1300mAh is more than enough for this. If you are after higher capacity, buy Tronic ones for same price. But Tronic loses capacity a lot faster than Duracell; my Tronic ones only have 1847mAh of 2600 when new and used for 3-4 years. Duracells still at 1103mAh after 5 years.
Forget about Energizer ones, total crap-had 12 and only 1 of them takes good charge after 4 years...
Edited by: "Rimi" 4th Apr
Have these and the higher capacity ones, both last a long time. Only used in game Controllers and remotes but been going 5 years some of them and saved countless throwaway
Chrisuk4404/04/2020 09:34

Excellent deal especially for 1300 , nice find


You do know 1300 is ridiculously low don't you?
Some still in stock!
MonkeyMan9004/04/2020 10:32

You do know 1300 is ridiculously low don't you?


Not for what I need them for, and I can't find 1300 cheaper anywhere else with free delivery.
Still available.
I got Panasonic 1900 for 3 pounds for 2 from homebargains or b and m not sure which.
I had problems with tronic ones not stopping charging when fully charged
Chrisuk4404/04/2020 11:10

Not for what I need them for, and I can't find 1300 cheaper anywhere else …Not for what I need them for, and I can't find 1300 cheaper anywhere else with free delivery.


All they're good for is something like a remote control. I wouldnt waste my money with rechargeables on something like that when you can get a pack of 20 lithium batteries for £1 and they'll outlive you
fredydib04/04/2020 09:51

Tronic NiMH Rechargeable Batteries Available from Lidl AA (2,500mAh) are …Tronic NiMH Rechargeable Batteries Available from Lidl AA (2,500mAh) are much bigger capacity same price or sometimes £2.99 on offer.


Do they have any guarantee do you know. The Duracell 2500 mAh supposedly have a 5 year warranty.
Seem to be still available
quake.ee04/04/2020 09:55

Mine stopped working within 3 months. 3 yrs old Energizers still running.


I have bought a pack of Duracell 2500 mAh ones and found them to be quite decent for higher power devices. Are you pleased with your Energizers longevity and how much charge they retain over time?
MildmanneredCalvin04/04/2020 11:39

I have bought a pack of Duracell 2500 mAh ones and found them to be quite …I have bought a pack of Duracell 2500 mAh ones and found them to be quite decent for higher power devices. Are you pleased with your Energizers longevity and how much charge they retain over time?


I've got mine with their original charger which I find very good quality. Mostly using batteries in children's car remotes or xbox gamepads and they keep charge for a decent time. Bought for almost £12 charger + 4 off 2000mAh batteries. Very happy with them:)
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MonkeyMan9004/04/2020 11:30

All they're good for is something like a remote control. I wouldnt waste …All they're good for is something like a remote control. I wouldnt waste my money with rechargeables on something like that when you can get a pack of 20 lithium batteries for £1 and they'll outlive you


I might have a lot of remote controls!
MildmanneredCalvin04/04/2020 11:36

Do they have any guarantee do you know. The Duracell 2500 mAh supposedly …Do they have any guarantee do you know. The Duracell 2500 mAh supposedly have a 5 year warranty.



3 years..
Just bought 2 so back in stock 🏻 good for remotes and clocks I have the same batteries for 5 years and still hold a good charge
Nice find OP
I’ve bought the Lidl ones and found they aren’t very good. I don’t cook my rechargeables either. I have a good slow trickle charger.
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