Duracell ultra 2 pack AAAA batteries 8p in Morrisons in store
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Duracell ultra 2 pack AAAA batteries 8p in Morrisons in store

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Found 9th Dec 2013
Duracell ultra 2 pack AAAA batteries 8p in Morrisons in store

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Hot Deal!

Hot price, but only problem will be looking for device that use this kind of battery.

Original Poster

Oh wow I packed out the spring a little and they work fine as AAA batteries

Buy buy buy

Great offer

Wowwwwww!
Get them in

I wonder it it's a national deal? Probably

Have some HEAT!

good luck finding them

Flaming hot deal voted hot

Nice find. Heat added.

kit325

Hot price, but only problem will be looking for device that use this kind … Hot price, but only problem will be looking for device that use this kind of battery.



My remote key fob for electronic gates takes these batteries.

Will drop into mine on the way home Thanks!

Perhaps they are reduced because the label is printed back to font lol.

kit325

Hot price, but only problem will be looking for device that use this kind … Hot price, but only problem will be looking for device that use this kind of battery.


The door bell (the button outside) not the receivers inside!!

sajmeister2

The door bell (the button outside) not the receivers inside!!


Most Doorbell transmitters use a 12V battery such as model 23A.

liam8282

My remote key fob for electronic gates takes these batteries.



Well if you bought lots of it, by the time the battery in the FOB need replacing, most of the batteries you bought might pass the expire date for the batteries.

Well, is another thing if you wanna stock them up to sell it on ebay!

Going_Digital

Most Doorbell transmitters use a 12V battery such as model 23A.


No I meant the wireless ones u get with two receivers and the receivers tend to take AA batteries but the button on the door takes these AAA batteries.

Found & listed these at this price in WGC a couple of months back. It is clearance stock.

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sajmeister2

No I meant the wireless ones u get with two receivers and the receivers … No I meant the wireless ones u get with two receivers and the receivers tend to take AA batteries but the button on the door takes these AAA batteries.



That is what I am talking about the wireless doorbells usually take a small 12V battery not a 1.5V. At least the ones I have changed batteries in anyway. They look a very similar size to these AAAA but different voltage.

wtf since when did we have AAAA batteries? hmmm..... does that mean to get a battery the size of this . I would need to get an AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA size one?

kit325

Hot price, but only problem will be looking for device that use this kind … Hot price, but only problem will be looking for device that use this kind of battery.


wacom intuos creative stylus (but hey that's if you want a fancy stylus for your smartphone/tablet haha)

Going_Digital

That is what I am talking about the wireless doorbells usually take a … That is what I am talking about the wireless doorbells usually take a small 12V battery not a 1.5V. At least the ones I have changed batteries in anyway. They look a very similar size to these AAAA but different voltage.



You are right, I just looked into that and the AAAA batteries are completely different. They are much thinner and longer than the AAA batteries. Cant believe I made a mistake, thanks for clearing that up for me. Much appreciated. Yeah, I think those batteries are used to make bigger 9V batteries by encasing them into a 9V battery case.

i think it's a battery I was looking for a few years ago when i found a laser pointer which I thought was pretty neat until the battery ran out. I'd never seen a pencil one so small and thin. Anyway cut long story short at the time didn't really want to pay the ridiculous prices and forgot about it. If I get one at this price I'll be very happy although now probably wouldn't have as much fun with the pointer since technology has moved on massively since
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