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Duracell MN1500 AA 4 Pack + 4 free
Duracell MN1500 AA 4 Pack + 4 free

Duracell MN1500 AA 4 Pack + 4 free

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Current deal on Duracell AA batteries where you can get 8 Duracell AA batteries DELIVERED for £2.99

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Sainsburies have had similar deal in the past,, free delivery is nice though, hot.

schizoboy;1621634

Sainsburies have had similar deal in the past,, free delivery is nice … Sainsburies have had similar deal in the past,, free delivery is nice though, hot.



I think they are £2.89 in sainsburys saw yesterday

Not quite 99p store pricing but still pretty good.

robert dyas are doing energiser batteries AA at £3.99 for a 24 pack at the moment. The rate my kids go through them the bigger the pack the better!

B&Q are selling 18 Duracell Plus AA or AAA size for £5.98

topshopper;1622006

robert dyas are doing energiser batteries AA at £3.99 for a 24 pack at … robert dyas are doing energiser batteries AA at £3.99 for a 24 pack at the moment. The rate my kids go through them the bigger the pack the better!



Get some Rechargeable batteries !? :whistling:

K

I have both rechargable and Duracell, I got the 18 from B&Q last week, thought it was a good deal.

I find rechargable AA's slightly over sized, thus when I fit them into the kid's electric toothbrushes, they don't go, too tight!

I put in 1 Duracell and 1 Rechargeable and find that OK.

i think i got these from tesco at the same price

topshopper;1622006

robert dyas are doing energiser batteries AA at £3.99 for a 24 pack at … robert dyas are doing energiser batteries AA at £3.99 for a 24 pack at the moment. The rate my kids go through them the bigger the pack the better!



WOW! Thats good.

Do they do delivery tho??Wish they did!

Argos are doing 48 Alkaline Phillips Powerlife AA or AAA cells for £7.99.
(Stock nos: 980/0438 and 980/0744)

kevingattaca;1623710

Get some Rechargeable batteries !? :whistling:K



agreed, these will soon end up in landfill...however some non rechargeables are better for certain applications....i rarely use non rechargeables now...have about 250 rechargeables (mainly in kids toys/remotes)

topshopper;1622006

robert dyas are doing energiser batteries AA at £3.99 for a 24 pack at … robert dyas are doing energiser batteries AA at £3.99 for a 24 pack at the moment. The rate my kids go through them the bigger the pack the better!


get rechargeables as someone esle suggested if its kids toys - recommend vapextech on ebay...
[SIZE=2][FONT=Arial]AA 16 x 2900 mAh NiMh Rechargeable Batteries Vapextech[/FONT][/SIZE]

[SIZE=2][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#ff0010]Most powerfull AA yet made.[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

[SIZE=2][FONT=Arial]PLUS FREE 2 x AA 2700 mAh batteries [/FONT][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][FONT=Arial]PLUS FREE Fast Charger! 4 1/2 Hours [/FONT][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][FONT=Arial]PLUS FREE 4 x Cases[/FONT][/SIZE]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]£ 22.70 delivered[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]they sometimes have 40 batteries for £30-35.00ish....would suggest a seperate charger that will charge 4 batteries....you wont need to buy batteries for a very long time...years, if ever[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]im not affiliated, ive used them loads of times...bought about 250 batteries from them (no actua;lly 300ish as my son threw some away when he was very young...eek!!)[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]non-recharegables are false economy long...also you are in theory adding a little less to landfill this way too[/SIZE][/FONT]

royals;1624100

however some non rechargeables are better for certain applications

I agree, but these are precisely the applications where the kids don't get through them at a stonking rate - i.e. a tiny minority of batteries by volume. I know you know this - just pointing it out to others who will save themselves a lot of money and save us all a lot of damage to the environment by switching to rechargeables.

Rechargeables also ought to be the same size as non-rechargeables - if they're not, it might just be an unfortunate choice of brand.

royals;1624124

[SIZE=2][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#ff0010]Most powerfull AA yet … [SIZE=2][FONT=Arial][COLOR=#ff0010]Most powerfull AA yet made.[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

I'd take that with as large a pinch of salt as the megapixel figures on cameras. It's a marketing exercise which may well not translate to anything in real use.
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