Duracell Rechargeable Accu  AAA Batteries - 4-Pack @ Amazon £4.72  FREE UK delivery sold by Simply Direct ltd
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Duracell Rechargeable Accu AAA Batteries - 4-Pack @ Amazon £4.72 FREE UK delivery sold by Simply Direct ltd

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Found 24th Nov 2014
Cheapest they have been for 2 years (when i look at camelcamelcamel)

•Duracell rechargeable NiMH batteries
•Offer you the quality and dependability you've come to trust from Duracell
•High performance 750 mAh AAA batteries
•Compatible with all Duracell Battery chargers
•Great for the environment

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Nice. Paid £6 a couple of months ago in Wilkos...may stock up on some more on the run to Christmas!

Cheers always handy to have

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fozzeh

Nice. Paid £6 a couple of months ago in Wilkos...may stock up on some … Nice. Paid £6 a couple of months ago in Wilkos...may stock up on some more on the run to Christmas!



I think so. Always useful esp. as they are "stay charge".

Seems like good price ordered 2 lots thanks

Any good deals on AA?

£4.72 from Simply Direct via Amazon, save that extra penny !

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Babbabooey

£4.72 from Simply Direct via Amazon, save that extra penny !



Ahh yes. They have dropped the price!

amazing price, superb battery, ordered! thanks OP!

Poundland have these, i bought a few from my local pound shop

Might be worth checking out the Amazon Deal about to go live in 5 minutes:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…XQW

EDIT: Only 15% off?! Rubbish! OP's deal is much better...
Edited by: "Steerpike" 24th Nov 2014

Is that the Amazon deal price.... £10.99 for 8? The ones in the OP are better if that's the case?

Buy 2 packs from 7dayshop and you get 8 for £7.45 because of the single delivery charge.

Bargain!

2.74 plus 1.99 delivery so even better value if you want more than a pack

These are low capacity. Not exactly "high performance".

About as good as aaa get.

is 750 mAh really high performance? not to me. good price but really I would be looking for at least 2100 mAh for the kids toys unless I'm missing something.

I'm not an expert on these things but I think the max you can get to with AAA is around 1100mah. 2100mah would be a common capacity for AA.

Edited by: "Bud888" 24th Nov 2014

I've seen unbranded AAA 2600 mAh NiMH batteries. not sure if duracell or other reputable brands do them

bud888 have you got the link to the 7dayshop ones, only ones I can see are £4.45 for 4 or £4.69 Inc del?

Thank you op - Ordered

7 pence dearer here but permanent price, free delivery

ebay.co.uk/itm…2c3

Once or twice a year Lidl sell pre-charged rechargeable batteries, all the popular sizes for £2.99 per pack of 4 AA ,AAA or 2 C.or D size I have bought a few packs over the last couple of years and they are really good. Lidl also sell ordinary rechargeable batteries at the same price.

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SCOUSEKEVIN

Once or twice a year Lidl sell pre-charged rechargeable batteries, all … Once or twice a year Lidl sell pre-charged rechargeable batteries, all the popular sizes for £2.99 per pack of 4 AA ,AAA or 2 C.or D size I have bought a few packs over the last couple of years and they are really good. Lidl also sell ordinary rechargeable batteries at the same price.



Need them now m8...for Christmas

These were great until my stipid father in law binned them....'I thought they were normal batteries"

Good price... Although You would expect These Batteries to have a full charge on opening the pack fresh.. They pretty much D.O.A .. Need a charge before you use them.. AAA and AA .. Just making you aware .. Heat Added though for the Price

steevieboy4u

bud888 have you got the link to the 7dayshop ones, only ones I can see … bud888 have you got the link to the 7dayshop ones, only ones I can see are £4.45 for 4 or £4.69 Inc del?

Looks like they have gone up in price since I ordered, showing 4.72 now

if you want some good aaa rechargeables, do some reading up on these

GP recykos, currently £4.49 for a four pack delivered on amazon. im a flashlight/torch "nut" who hammers the crap out of batteries in high powered stuff, trust me these recykos are damn good for the money

amazon.co.uk/GP-…aaa

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teng

Good price... Although You would expect These Batteries to have a full … Good price... Although You would expect These Batteries to have a full charge on opening the pack fresh.. They pretty much D.O.A .. Need a charge before you use them.. AAA and AA .. Just making you aware .. Heat Added though for the Price



Funny the AA version of these were 70 to 80% charged when I got them. Did charge them though none the less.

I've had some really poor rechargeable batteries over the years.
Sony, Tesco and Lidl ones were all utterly useless & have died prematurely. ie just after a few charges, not 500~1000. Never again.

Amongst the better ones, I have some very old Uniross batteries which will still hold a charge, as do a couple of Duracells.
However the only ones I would buy again are the Sanyo Eneloops. These hold the charge for months so they are ready to use and also none of them have died, after several recharges.
Who knows, I might even recover the investment on these ?
Edited by: "jaizan" 24th Nov 2014

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bumbleballs

if you want some good aaa rechargeables, do some reading up on these ;)GP … if you want some good aaa rechargeables, do some reading up on these ;)GP recykos, currently £4.49 for a four pack delivered on amazon. im a flashlight/torch "nut" who hammers the crap out of batteries in high powered stuff, trust me these recykos are damn good for the money :)http://www.amazon.co.uk/GP-AAA-Rechargeable-NiMH-Batteries/dp/B000NWIIE0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1416860637&sr=8-1&keywords=gp+recyko+aaa



They do look very good.

bumbleballs

if you want some good aaa rechargeables, do some reading up on these ;)GP … if you want some good aaa rechargeables, do some reading up on these ;)GP recykos, currently £4.49 for a four pack delivered on amazon. im a flashlight/torch "nut" who hammers the crap out of batteries in high powered stuff, trust me these recykos are damn good for the money :)http://www.amazon.co.uk/GP-AAA-Rechargeable-NiMH-Batteries/dp/B000NWIIE0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1416860637&sr=8-1&keywords=gp+recyko+aaa



Hi, is there much difference between these GP Recyko and the GP AAA Rechargeable 650mAh (x4) on Amazon for £3.89...I bought 3 packs yesterday but I've no idea...I was just going off reviews - would these have been a better bet?

Thanks

sabresonic

Hi, is there much difference between these GP Recyko and the GP AAA … Hi, is there much difference between these GP Recyko and the GP AAA Rechargeable 650mAh (x4) on Amazon for £3.89...I bought 3 packs yesterday but I've no idea...I was just going off reviews - would these have been a better bet?Thanks



Generally, all the well known branded instants perform similar, but look for the mAh capacity as that determines how long they last in use. 900 mAh for AAA and 2100 mAh for AA are minimum capacities to look for. As a bonus, cells marked as 'Made in Japan' may be the original 'eneloop' technology which tend to be better preformers, but it's not a signification reason to avoid branded cells made elsewhere.

^^^ just out of interest... the 4th gen eneloops (panasonic) , some are being made in china ;). i dont want to come across as some sort of "eneloop" fanboy , but they are proven to be just about the best aa/aaa rechargeable batteries available. im a senior member of candlepowerforum, where us guys constantly kick the crap out of batteries to see how they perform, and when you factor in cost, mah, voltage under load, how many cycles, etc. eneloops are very hard to beat. a lot of flashlight manufactures actually use eneloop /eneloop pro batteries for there runtime tests, that just about says it all really. sorry if ive chucked the thread to a different tangent.
Edited by: "bumbleballs" 24th Nov 2014

Where are these 2000+mah AAA batteries? Are people sure they're not confusing AA batteries??
Highest AAA I've seen are around 1100.

To all the people saying there are 2000mAh AAAs, it's a con. It's physically impossible to fit that much, even having more than 1100mAh comes at the cost of reliability.
Higher capacity cells nearly always have less charge cycles.

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jaizan

I've had some really poor rechargeable batteries over the years. Sony, … I've had some really poor rechargeable batteries over the years. Sony, Tesco and Lidl ones were all utterly useless & have died prematurely. ie just after a few charges, not 500~1000. Never again.Amongst the better ones, I have some very old Uniross batteries which will still hold a charge, as do a couple of Duracells. However the only ones I would buy again are the Sanyo Eneloops. These hold the charge for months so they are ready to use and also none of them have died, after several recharges. Who knows, I might even recover the investment on these ?



What colour were the Lidl ones that you bought. The Red ones, silver and black ones, and kind of greyish ones were dreadful. However, the latest ones I bought (silver, black and green coloured) are basically like eneloops. Barely any discharge and great capacity. Perform just like my eneloops, I think they're using the same technology now.
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