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Duracell Recharge Plus Type AA Batteries 1300 mAh, Pack of 4 - £3.99 (Prime) £8.48 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Duracell Recharge Plus Type AA Batteries 1300 mAh, Pack of 4 - £3.99 (Prime) £8.48 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 11th Feb

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Duracell Recharge Plus AA batteries let you charge 400 times. They are suitable for your regularly used devices like a wireless mouse or a babyphone. They will stay charged for up to 6 months, when not in use. Additionally, Duracell batteries are guaranteed to last 3 years. These powerful NiMH batteries work in any NiMH charger and are available in AA and AAA sizes.

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- Duracell Recharge Plus AA batteries stay charged for up to 6 months
- Unused Duracell Recharge Plus batteries are guaranteed to last 3 years
- Duracell Recharge Plus batteries can be recharged up to 400 times
- Suited for regularly used devices like wireless mouse or babyphone
- They're available in AA and AAA sizes
- They work in any NiMH charger
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Please bare in mind these are very low powered
MonkeyMan9011/02/2020 16:25

Please bare in mind these are very low powered


exactly, I thought it was a typo until I saw the packaging!!!
These only have 50-70% of the capacity of normal AA rechargables and the price, while reasonable, isn't much of improvement over the £5 for four you can normally find rechargables at.

Not much of a deal I'm afraid.
Ordered a pack. It is 1300 mah but still better than disposable ones.
IKEA 2450 Ladda batteries not much more
The varta ones from screwfix are much better value
1.2v not 1.5v like normal aa batteries so heavy drain like toys, high power torches, camera flashes won't like them

Normal stuff like radios remotes door bells etc will be fine
Edited by: "wanderer" 11th Feb
These are low self discharge ,ideal for items not used very often so for low drain applications they are fine. Remotes,toys,torches etc.
wanderer11/02/2020 17:02

1.2v not 1.5v like normal aa batteries so heavy drain like toys, high …1.2v not 1.5v like normal aa batteries so heavy drain like toys, high power torches, camera flashes won't like themNormal stuff like radios remotes door bells etc will be fine



It's more about voltage sensitivity than high drain. Really high drain devices will probably be fine, because alkaline batteries tend to droop to 1.2v or below anyway when heavily loaded. However some devices really do need the 1.5v, or close to it, to work properly.
The Ikea ones are £5.50 and 80% more power, all good reviews
ikea.com/gb/…76/
Edited by: "daver77" 12th Feb
1300mAH on AA a lot of products other than remote controls will fall short for sure
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