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Energizer AAA / AA Alkaline Power Batteries - 24 Pack £5.69 (Free Click & Collect) @ Robert Dyas
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Energizer AAA / AA Alkaline Power Batteries - 24 Pack £5.69 (Free Click & Collect) @ Robert Dyas

£5.69£6.9919%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 22nd FebEdited by:"merb0786"

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Fab low price - use code FEB5MVC to bring price down even further to £5.69

Free Click & Collect

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Description

These Energizer Alkaline Power Batteries provide long-lasting energy for all your everyday devices. At a lower cost than premium alternatives, they also have a greater resistance to leakage.

Power your devices with these long-lasting and reliable Alkaline Power batteries from Energizer®—for the expertise you expect at a great value.

Specifications

  • Lasting power for your basic energy needs
  • For everyday use
  • Resealable Container
  • 24-pack of Energizer® Alkaline Power AAA / AA batteries
  • Leak-resistant design ensures your batteries won't leak in storage so they're ready when you are
  • Long-lasting power for your family’s everyday devices, like remotes, torches, clocks, toys, and more
  • Holds power for up to 7 years in storage
  • From the makers of the world’s longest-lasting AA battery: Energizer® Ultimate Lithium™
  • Energizer® created the world’s first zero mercury AA alkaline battery, commercially available since 1991
  • 24 Pack
  • Size: AAA / AA
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25 Comments
39960417-5V45I.jpgFEB5VCLD, further 5% down.
Brutes22/02/2020 12:18

[Image] FEB5VCLD, further 5% down.


Thanks will update. I did have a look for a 10% code but found nothing
merb078622/02/2020 12:19

Thanks will update. I did have a look for a 10% code but found nothing


Yeah, there isn't any these days.
Brutes22/02/2020 12:20

Yeah, there isn't any these days.


There was last week but they are quite rare these days yes.
Anybody know why they stopped ryman click and collect?
Jimdabod22/02/2020 12:31

Anybody know why they stopped ryman click and collect?


It was costing them too much.

For example, I used to get these batteries delivered to a Ryman. Every pack came in its own padded envelope, and was delivered to the store by royal mail or courier. That must have cost a fortune.
Jimdabod22/02/2020 12:31

Anybody know why they stopped ryman click and collect?


My nearest store is 52 miles away ryman 2 miles so i can't see me buying anything soon unless they reverse the cc options
Isn't the whole point of click and collect to a store is that they use their existing logistics for store deliveries and just add the customer orders to the existing shipment... At marginal additional cost
Don't know if this will help anyone, but I was passing my local Robert Dyas in Castlepoint, Bournemouth, earlier today and the battery packs were marked up at £7.99 ea. but went through the tills at £5.99. Bargain!
Don't buy.
Cheers op .... Needed to top up my batteries
Now £5.69 using code FEB5MVC
Because they are not rechargeable.
Evo141n26/02/2020 06:03

Because they are not rechargeable.


And if you don't have a recharger and need batteries?
plunet26/02/2020 08:35

And if you don't have a recharger and need batteries?


In fairness there are some applications that demand non-rechargeables, e.g. my burglar alarm PIRs state they must be. ANd I've found that rarely used devices - when I put rechargeables in, they don't last that long before they fail. Saying that, any other device absolutely should be using a rechargeable. Chargers are cheap and there's no excuse for creating more landfill than necessary.
Fantastic price. Thanks op 👌
Evo141n26/02/2020 06:03

Because they are not rechargeable.


AAA rechargeables can be a poor experience when compared to AA for example.
shamus2126/02/2020 10:37

AAA rechargeables can be a poor experience when compared to AA for example.


Lots of poor quality cheap NiMH out there. And lots of poor chargers trying to shoe-horn vast currents into them too fast, or failing to detect when they're full and overcharging which definitely damages them. With a good charger and a modest charge rate they should be just as reliable.
Evo141n26/02/2020 06:03

Because they are not rechargeable.


There are times when using a non rechargeable makes sense. Any appliance where you're unlikely to ever replace the batteries in its lifetime (standard TV remotes?), Or where the item explicitly doesn't work well with 1.2v supply. but I'm sure you're aware of this and I agree with your general point - which is that wherever possible you should aim to use rechargable batteries.
Hot deal if you live near a store, unfortunately none near me and £4.95 for cheapest delivery

I just ordered 100 Amazon Basics AAA for £20 last night, not sure how well those compare to these.
I can second rechargeable’s ... after due research, concluded ‘Ladda’ 2450mHh ‘AA’ for £5.50 at lkea and EBL 8-slot Intelligent Fast charger, £9 on ebay ... all working well for me.
Edited by: "99hawkeye99" 26th Feb
... Ikea ‘Ladda’s’ apparently made in same factory as Panasonics best ‘Eneloop’ rechargeables
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