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Encore Rechargeable 2700mAh Ni-MH AA Batteries £5.99 + buy and extra pack for £4.99!! (was £14.99) Delivered @ Play +4% Quidco (5% RAC/UCAS/Varsity)
Encore Rechargeable 2700mAh Ni-MH AA Batteries £5.99 + buy and extra pack for £4.99!! (was £14.99) Delivered @ Play +4% Quidco (5% RAC/UCAS/Varsity)

Encore Rechargeable 2700mAh Ni-MH AA Batteries £5.99 + buy and extra pack for £4.99!! (was £14.99) Delivered @ Play +4% Quidco (5% RAC/UCAS/Varsity)

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Great deal for some great rechargable batteries, £13.00 at Mymemory, and get an extra pack for £4.99, very good reviews,

* 4 pack
* For use with Encore Classic Battery Charger

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Original Poster

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Anybody use it before?

Original Poster

Birdkeeper_chris;5482790

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/866254/Encore-Rechargeable-2700mAh-Ni-MH-AA-Batteries/Product.html



Cheers, changed op, rep added:thumbsup:

How do you get the additional pack for £4.99?

Added 2 packs and it's showing £11.98 in the basket. Clicked on the "promotions" and added a pack from there, but still £11.98 :?

Standard type NiMH rechargeables, OK, have lots of them myself, but I have bought all of this type that I will ever be buying, and now only buy the new technology (Eneloop/Hybrio) type. You can now buy those for less than this anway.

There are arguments for using this type in some high drain devices, but it doesn't hold up to me, and I find the benefits of the new type FAR outweigh any slight power benefit, if any!
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