Duracell Duralock AAA MN2400 Alkaline Batteries - Plastic Tub Bulk Pack of 40 £17.45 @ 7Dayshop
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Duracell Duralock AAA MN2400 Alkaline Batteries - Plastic Tub Bulk Pack of 40 £17.45 @ 7Dayshop

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Found 13th Dec 2017
Need batteries for Christmas, you won;t be disappointed with this bulk buy of 40 AAA branded batteries.

If your after AA, see my other link Duracell Duralock AA batteries @ 16.85
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It’s a lot of batteries but then it’s also a price that’s concerning

40 batteries but wow it’s £17.45 - do I really need 40 batteries, probably not but maybe - is £17.45 a good deal, are these fake, but what if....

Exaggeration maybe but I guarantee I’m not the only one that thinks at least one these reasons to buy or not buy

Put another way £3.49 per packet of 8 - good deal ?
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 13th Dec 2017
Wouldn't you be best getting some rechargeables if u go through so much of them?
ellie273 m ago

Wouldn't you be best getting some rechargeables if u go through so much of …Wouldn't you be best getting some rechargeables if u go through so much of them?


Or even get them from Poundland?
ellie2713 m ago

Wouldn't you be best getting some rechargeables if u go through so much of …Wouldn't you be best getting some rechargeables if u go through so much of them?


Rechargeable batteries hold no way near as much though. Also you can buy packs of 4 plain duracell from local pound shop for £1.50 meaning 40 are £15 and they are buy as you like. So this is a bad deal.
If you must buy 40, they're £7.50 at Maplin.
That's a shockingly bad price.

COLD!
Edited by: "Wings18" 13th Dec 2017
EndlessWaves1 h, 17 m ago

Actually they hold slightly more. Duracell AAAs are around 965mA at 0.1A …Actually they hold slightly more. Duracell AAAs are around 965mA at 0.1A draw:http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Duracell Plus Power AAA UK.htmlWhile the best AAA rechargables are 1,050mA+:http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Tecxus AAA 1100mAh (Silver-Maroon) UK.html


Test data's 5 years old.
qbs5 h, 0 m ago

Test data's 5 years old.


So is likely to be more in favour of rechargeable if conducted now??
ScottyMelotty3 h, 13 m ago

So is likely to be more in favour of rechargeable if conducted now??


Who knows? But 5 year old data isn't worth spit.
44p each is expensive.
qbs57 m ago

Who knows? But 5 year old data isn't worth spit.


Why not? New battery chemistries don't come along very often.
EndlessWaves12 m ago

Why not? New battery chemistries don't come along very often.


No. But marketing changes all the time, so just because two products look the same, they can, and probably will be drastically different over a few years. Different manufacturers will develop their products differently over time, so relative performance will change.
Duracell's a classic example of that. At one time, they were almost the "gold Standard". Not any more.
qbs7 h, 12 m ago

Who knows? But 5 year old data isn't worth spit.


If the data was correct five years ago. Just would have thought rechargeable battery technology would have advanced more in the last five years than standard batteries therefore the difference would have been even more in favour of rechargeables? However i have no basis for this and still use throw away
Edited by: "ScottyMelotty" 14th Dec 2017
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