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Duracell Rechargeable Accu Supreme 2450 mAh AA Batteries - 4 Pack - £4.20 Delivered @ Amazon
Duracell Rechargeable Accu Supreme 2450 mAh AA Batteries - 4 Pack - £4.20 Delivered @ Amazon

Duracell Rechargeable Accu Supreme 2450 mAh AA Batteries - 4 Pack - £4.20 Delivered @ Amazon

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* Duracell Supreme rechargeable NiMH batteries
* High performance 2450 mAh AA batteries
* Ideal for digital cameras
* Up to four times more photos compared to ordinary alkaline
* 100s of charges

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good spot mate cheers

Going direct to 7day shop these are £4.49 delivered - at least the image that amazon and 7dayshop use are identical.

Original Poster SuperEd

CyBerman

Going direct to 7day shop these are £4.49 delivered - at least the image … Going direct to 7day shop these are £4.49 delivered - at least the image that amazon and 7dayshop use are identical.



havent checked but id use amazon over 7dayshop for the sake of 1p and customer service + nectar points
Edited by: "goonertillidie" 22nd Feb 2011

Bought 2 lots of these from a seller on Ebay for £4.38 each free p+p seem the real deal been using them in my digital camera and seem to last well,here is the item number if anyone wants to save a few pence more.

150516739052

now £4.48

That 2p price decrease has sealed the deal, hot hot hot!

super duper

oh - and why digital camera....why not "anything that requires AA"

out of stock now

These last well in my xbox 360 controller, many many hours...

Banned

Thanks.

turnma

out of stock now


No -check again loads left & it's a pack of four not four as you would expect not 4 packs as some may think!!
Yeah I know there is an S in it innit?

Hot Hot Hot!

I paid £8 for a 4-pack of 2000mAh Sanyo Eneloops a few weeks ago.

Shame they are out of stock but 7day were fine for me. Top notch compared to a lot of brands, runs my dSLR for best part of 2 weeks (and im taking shots daily)

It's a marketplace seller, does HUKD allow them now?

Original Poster SuperEd

jukkie

It's a marketplace seller, does HUKD allow them now?



they allow some but my link wasnt a seller - so will expire as not correct price

ourdave

oh - and why digital camera....why not "anything that requires AA"

Because these are the ordinary type of NiMH which discharge themselves in a month or two, so they're not suitable for use in things like clocks and remote controls.

Look up hybrid or low self discharge types - there is tons about them out there and on this site, without repeating it all. Personally I'd always go for that type now.

Do these work on any kind of charger that works with NiMH batteries, or do you need a Duracell charger for it to work?

Any charger - they are just NiMH batteries like any others.

could someone recommend a charger that does not take ages to do its job?

In response to razeman, I've been using this charger for a while:
7dayshop.com/cat…028
Nice features are that it has 4 independent charge circuits, handles AA or AAA, works from a USB adapter, and has a display so you can estimate how long the charge cycle will take or identify any individual cells that are on their way out. One point on charge times though - try to pick a charger that is really only as fast as you need and no faster, because charging at very high rates will reduce battery lifetimes.

Are these low self-discharge batteries like Eneloop?

Listed as free P&P, but when added to basket, 10p P&P added to cost, strange.

pibpob

Because these are the ordinary type of NiMH which discharge themselves in … Because these are the ordinary type of NiMH which discharge themselves in a month or two, so they're not suitable for use in things like clocks and remote controls.Look up hybrid or low self discharge types - there is tons about them out there and on this site, without repeating it all. Personally I'd always go for that type now.


I thought Duracell Accu were their equivalent of Eneloop - isn't this the case? The batteries pictured on the Amazon website definitely have Accu branding.

Unless they boast about being pre-charged, low self-discharge, remain charged for months, etc, then rest assured that they won't be - it's such a selling point you can't expect them not to make a song and dance about it.

Besides which, LSD types have a slightly lower capacity - I've never heard of one with 2450mAh.

Great price. Ordered.

£4.18 now!!!!!!

Just ordered 2 packs
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