Eneloop 550mAh AAA Batteries 2pk - £2.49 Prime / £6.48 Non Prime at Amazon
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Eneloop 550mAh AAA Batteries 2pk - £2.49 Prime / £6.48 Non Prime at Amazon

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Can these be used on other things like torch lights?
These eneloop lite batteries are for low power devices like maybe a small radio or a tv remote. They would maybe be ok for a small led torch.
Should probably put AAA in title.
Still have 10 unopened packs of the 750mAh version when it was £2.16 for 4 a few years ago.

Probably will never see that price again.
Probably only useful for remotes and very low power applications. And expired.
Speculator4 h, 45 m ago

Still have 10 unopened packs of the 750mAh version when it was £2.16 for 4 …Still have 10 unopened packs of the 750mAh version when it was £2.16 for 4 a few years ago. Probably will never see that price again.



That is the issue with HUKD. People overbuy things which then sit on a shelf gathering dust; just because they were a bargain. I would rather have £21.60 sitting as cash instead of taking up space in my store/garage or wherever for nearly 4 years. Drives my Mrs mad when I buy something just because it is a bargain.

10 unopened packs nearly 4 years later. Presumably after opening/using how many ever you really needed? What ever possesed you to do that?
Edited by: "indyjukebox" 24th Sep 2017
I guess this is now expired as it's showing as £7 for me
Yeah has the price gone up? Or am I missing something? Could do with some for DECT phones.
JJJZ1 h, 32 m ago

Yeah has the price gone up? Or am I missing something? Could do with some …Yeah has the price gone up? Or am I missing something? Could do with some for DECT phones.



Don't waste these on a DECT phone - it is almost constantly on charge so the low self-discharge characteristic is not required.
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