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Duracell ULTRA M3 Extra High Power Alkaline ~ AAA - Box of 40 - SPECIAL £13.69 delivered at 7dayshop
Duracell ULTRA M3 Extra High Power Alkaline ~ AAA - Box of 40 - SPECIAL £13.69 delivered at 7dayshop

Duracell ULTRA M3 Extra High Power Alkaline ~ AAA - Box of 40 - SPECIAL £13.69 delivered at 7dayshop

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A Really Superb 7dayshop.com Deal on this Bulk Pack of Duracell's Most Powerful AAA Battery - When only the very best will do. The M3 Ultra range is Duracell's most powerful alkaline battery available. Please do not confuse Duracell M3 Ultra with lesser power Duracell "Plus" or Duracell "ProCell" types these are significantly more expensive and offer much improved performance over these battery types !
Duracell M3 Ultra batteries also have the very useful "Powercheck" feature built in too. Please compare our price and see the great value that 7dayshop.com offers !

This AAA size battery is also known as MN2400 and LR03.

Please Note: These brand new and fresh batteries are bulk packed for us and supplied to you in sealed white boxes. It's a great way to have easy and fast access to your batteries and is ideal for quantity users as well as electricians and trades people etc. who need THE best price on their batteries and without the fuss of nonsense packaging too !

4 Comments

For me i'd go for the 50 Procell for £9.40 delivered I got the other day. For AAA's I seriously doubt there's much in it between the M3 and the Procell etc.

Still compared to the full price for the M3 it's a good deal.

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tbh, i use the procells at work in our test gear etc, and i find they dont last as long.

also these are the ones most people will buy from there locol or asda or something, and a lot of people tend to buy what they think is the right thing to buy

£1.37 for 4 aaa just over 1000mah compared with 4aaa 1100mah @ £3.40 seems to be a dead loss.

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No wonder 1 billion batteries are said to be discarded in uk each year.

Maybe there should be a tax on disposable batteries with the money used to subsidise rechargeables.
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