Duracell Ultra AA Batteries 20 Pack - £4.99 @ Savers
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Duracell Ultra AA Batteries 20 Pack - £4.99 @ Savers

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Found 15th Apr 2012
Posted these batteries 4 weeks ago when they were £7.99.
Got handed a new leaflet that starts wednesday and they are going down to £4.99.
Brilliant for 20 Duracell ultra




Duracell® Ultra Power

20 AA Batteries
1.5V Alkaline
LR6
MX 1500

The only Duracell battery with Powercheck! Just press the white dots to see the power inside.
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jony7

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What part of "Got HANDED a new leaflet..." don't you understand? (_;)
Edited by: "Transformers" 15th Apr 2012
they have a website - savers.co.uk
But:

1. its only a static site - cant order online
2. it displays te CURRENT leafleat still.
I for one will be knocking on Savers door at 8am on Wednesday. Many thanks. Have some heat .8)
Thanks OP. I like savers. I never expect too much from them, but they have the occasional good deal knocking about for life little essentials.
Savers?
Thanks! I'll be down there.
mccririck

Savers?



sister company to Superdrug / Perfume Shop / 3

200+ stores
Blah blah rechargeables. Blah blah convenience.
I think I covered everything there, just to save everyone's time.
markbloke

Blah blah rechargeables. Blah blah convenience.I think I covered … Blah blah rechargeables. Blah blah convenience.I think I covered everything there, just to save everyone's time.



In b4 the concise satirical vers... darn!
This is perfect! ... and i hate rechargaeables!
mikeswrx02

This is perfect! ... and i hate rechargaeables!



buuut whhyyy?!
markbloke

Blah blah rechargeables. Blah blah convenience.I think I covered … Blah blah rechargeables. Blah blah convenience.I think I covered everything there, just to save everyone's time.



Ask your Mrs? Will she wait until you recharge your batteries or have the 20x ones that go like a rabbit !
25p a battery
Just what I need to replenish the remotes after the kids raided them during the Easter break!!!!
Why does everyone go superhot for this deal while the battery deal i saw here a couple of days ago seems so much better.
hotukdeals.com/dea…437
Are duracell batteries so much better than the maplin ones?
Hot for the price, never seen Duracell this cheap. I've also never heard of Savers, how do I get these, do they have a shops or do I need to ask the local Vicar about them?
chaffa

Ask your Mrs? Will she wait until you recharge your batteries or have … Ask your Mrs? Will she wait until you recharge your batteries or have the 20x ones that go like a rabbit !



The price is fantastic but the argument in favour of recharchables is still compelling provided (a) you buy Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries with 2900 mAh power rating and (b) you buy an extra few, fully charge them and then put them away until needed. This is what I have done and am very pleased with my decision. It is good for my pocket and good for the environment. I bought my AA recharcheable batteries from the 7dayshop and here is one link to those batteries:

7dayshop.com/cat…945
Rechargeables for cameras and torches. Duracells for clocks, Harmony remote and wireless alarm system sensors.
ronmanager

Rechargeables for cameras and torches. Duracells for clocks, Harmony … Rechargeables for cameras and torches. Duracells for clocks, Harmony remote and wireless alarm system sensors.



I use my Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries with 2900 mAh power rating for everything including clocks and remotes and am very pleased with the results. I don't have a wireless alarm system!
jony7

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Doh Doh Doh X) X) X)
Rechargeables are rated at 1.2v.
Alkaline such as Duracell at 1.5v so if your gadgets are voltage sensitive like some flashguns then rechargeables are not always best.
Having said that my Nikon SB900 flash runs perfectly on Ansmann 2850mah, but did not on the 2300mah cells.
uksnapper

Rechargeables are rated at 1.2v. Alkaline such as Duracell at 1.5v so if … Rechargeables are rated at 1.2v. Alkaline such as Duracell at 1.5v so if your gadgets are voltage sensitive like some flashguns then rechargeables are not always best.Having said that my Nikon SB900 flash runs perfectly on Ansmann 2850mah, but did not on the 2300mah cells.



My problem with non-rechargeables is that in torches they start out bright, but even at half-capacity they're noticeably duller so I end up having to switch them out early. I'm wondering if I should just get rechargeables instead so I can at least keep my torches running brightly when I'm on the roads.
If you do get rechargeable,and I believe its the best way forwards then I can recommend the Ansmann 2850mah.
The DMI Digimax 2850mah are cheaper and probably just as good for your needs .
they are not expensive and a search on Amazon will take you to places like thebatteryvault.co.uk , iCELL or Fish-4-u all giving good prices and service.
aforumac

buuut whhyyy?!



Because, whenever my son drains them out completely by leaving toys on all night, they die out and cannot recharge again!
Bought loads of 7dayshop 2700mah/2800mah x20. ... (all dead)
Also because voltage is lower at 1.25v, its not suitable for all my RC transmitters!


Edited by: "mikeswrx02" 18th Apr 2012
Can someone please confirm savers got them at £4.99 today?
I need at least 10 packs and will need to drive 10 miles to my dearest savers!!!
mikeswrx02

Because, whenever my son drains them out completely by leaving toys on … Because, whenever my son drains them out completely by leaving toys on all night, they die out and cannot recharge again!Bought loads of 7dayshop 2700mah/2800mah x20. ... (all dead)Also because voltage is lower at 1.25v, its not suitable for all my RC transmitters!


The 7 day shop cells are not the best,.
Perhaps a note on the pillow to check toys are turned off would be a good start,,been there done that! Good luck :-).
I got two packs today. they are lovely and glint in the sun like precious jewels.
Grabbed a pack today.

The price on the display was still £7.99 but when price checked comes up as £4.99.

Expiry date of the batteries is 2018.
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