Duracell Plus Power AA Batteries – Pack of 24 with code £8.49 Free C&C @ Robert Dyas
129°Expired

Duracell Plus Power AA Batteries – Pack of 24 with code £8.49 Free C&C @ Robert Dyas

10
Found 30th Apr 2017
Duracell Plus Power AA Batteries – Pack of 24

Use code: MAYRD15

£8.49

Free C&C

@ Robert Dyas

http://i67.tinypic.com/4uuirl.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

10 Comments
8 for £0.95 at Wilko, £1.20 in IKEA, £1.33 at Poundland.

Why do people buy Duracell?
Because they have good marketing
Fleabum

I usually buy something like this :-50 X Duracell AA Industrial Battery … I usually buy something like this :-50 X Duracell AA Industrial Battery MN1500 Alkaline Replaces Procell Expiry 2023 for £9.98Link cause HDUK ruins them :- h**p://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/50-X-Duracell-AA-Industrial-Battery-MN1500-Alkaline-Replaces-Procell-Expiry-2023-/222492811927RegardsFlea


Seller has literally no feedback and item seems far cheaper than other sellers.
Good price, bought 24 from amazon prime for £9.35
these are duracell brand.
You would be better spending money on a more trusted brand like Ikea alkalines or gp utlra or panasonic etc, and they are cheaper.
ps duracelles last ten times longer than zinc carbon batteries which no one uses anymore. dont give con artists your money
lumsdot

these are duracell brand. You would be better spending money on a more … these are duracell brand. You would be better spending money on a more trusted brand like Ikea alkalines or gp utlra or panasonic etc, and they are cheaper.ps duracelles last ten times longer than zinc carbon batteries which no one uses anymore. dont give con artists your money



I m sure i read somewhere on the internet about the aa and aaa batteries from Home and Bargains (amongst a few other places) being particularly good value for money?
I ll try and have a dig around and see if I can find it again.
paulmcuk

Seller has literally no feedback and item seems far cheaper than other … Seller has literally no feedback and item seems far cheaper than other sellers.



True they do have no feedback, but I had no feedback on eBay at one time, doesn't mean I'm a crook. There are others selling for £12 and around £15, so they are not that much cheaper.

I agree with your thinking that it could be a dodgy seller and I would steer clear from this seller till they had better feedback if item was expensive. But in this case I would be prepared to be without a tenner for a few weeks till Paypal refunded me (if they ended up being a dodgy seller). If you want to be safer, there is one seller at £15 and had 5000 or so rating which works out pretty good value and pretty safe.

Regards
Flea
Edited by: "Fleabum" 1st May 2017
poisondwarf

I m sure i read somewhere on the internet about the aa and aaa batteries … I m sure i read somewhere on the internet about the aa and aaa batteries from Home and Bargains (amongst a few other places) being particularly good value for money?I ll try and have a dig around and see if I can find it again.



the panasonic ones?
stanton

the panasonic ones?



No, not them
If my memory serves i think that are called powercell or powerplant or something like that.
I think they are their own in house brand.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text