Energizer Rechargeable Batteries AA Power Plus, 4 Pack £4.73 (Prime) / £9.22 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Energizer Rechargeable Batteries AA Power Plus, 4 Pack £4.73 (Prime) / £9.22 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 2nd Dec
Cheapest price for these according to the 3 camels. Sold and dispatched by Amazon. Cyber Monday deal.

Features & details
4-pack of Energizer Recharge Power Plus 2000 mAh NiMH AA rechargeable batteries
The world’s 1st rechargeable AA battery made with 4% recycled batteries
One charge allows you to enjoy up to 5.5 hours of toy activity or 7.5 hours on your handheld gaming device (results vary by device and usage)
Energizer Recharge Power Plus batteries come pre-charged and ready to go
Each battery can be charged up to 1,000 times, with a charge that can last up to 12 months in storage
Up to 5-year usable battery life under typical usage patterns
Energizer is the world’s No.1 rechargeable brand, based on scan sales
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Blakmumba91102/12/2019 08:07

If they are the Kodak brand, they are crap when it comes to use them say …If they are the Kodak brand, they are crap when it comes to use them say in a toy. They hardly last and constantly need recharging. If using in a tele remote, then they should be ok.


With a username like yours, I think we can guess which one of toys you're talking about
good price if you have prime.

these varta ones at screwfix for £4.99 are a decent alternative
screwfix.com/p/v…80k
Ordered thanks, I also have the ikea ones but useful to have extra just before Christmas. I don’t have to go to ikea now and end up arguing with my wife as I always do when we go to that place.
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I recently bought a packet of two 750 mAh rechargeable batteries from Poundland (for £1 obvs!). Have been using them in my dental water flosser & have been surprisingly impressed. They've held charge for a month now & the flosser is showing no sign of slowing down. Will deffo pick up some more of these on my next visit.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 2nd Dec
Joe90_guy02/12/2019 07:55

I recently bought a packet of two 750 mAh rechargeable batteries from …I recently bought a packet of two 750 mAh rechargeable batteries from Poundland (for £1 obvs!). Have been using them in my dental water flosser & have been surprisingly impressed. They've held charge for a month now & the flosser is showing no sign of slowing down. Will deffo pick up some more of these on my next visit.


If they are the Kodak brand, they are crap when it comes to use them say in a toy. They hardly last and constantly need recharging. If using in a tele remote, then they should be ok.
Very good price - this knocks the pants off even 7DayShop's prices...!
Blakmumba91102/12/2019 08:07

If they are the Kodak brand, they are crap when it comes to use them say …If they are the Kodak brand, they are crap when it comes to use them say in a toy. They hardly last and constantly need recharging. If using in a tele remote, then they should be ok.


With a username like yours, I think we can guess which one of toys you're talking about
Does anyone know how these compare to the IKEA ones?
woldranger02/12/2019 08:47

With a username like yours, I think we can guess which one of toys you're …With a username like yours, I think we can guess which one of toys you're talking about


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Thanks OP just what I needed, heat added
Thanks for the post.

Ordered 2 packs.
jablala02/12/2019 08:52

Does anyone know how these compare to the IKEA ones?


IKEA's are made by FDK in Japan (who make Eneloops and others) so they're the very best. These ones don't even advertise as high a capacity.
d_k_u_h02/12/2019 10:32

IKEA's are made by FDK in Japan (who make Eneloops and others) so they're …IKEA's are made by FDK in Japan (who make Eneloops and others) so they're the very best. These ones don't even advertise as high a capacity.


Thanks for the info that's what I thought
Ordered thanks, I also have the ikea ones but useful to have extra just before Christmas. I don’t have to go to ikea now and end up arguing with my wife as I always do when we go to that place.
good price if you have prime.

these varta ones at screwfix for £4.99 are a decent alternative
screwfix.com/p/v…80k
LiveYour_Dream-AndySue02/12/2019 11:33

Halfords deals 30 AA batteries £5 …Halfords deals 30 AA batteries £5 https://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=313156&productId=1035407&storeId=10001&krypto=42%2BTOPPRfnNNOCq3e15WnutCTmaBGpv4YCSiuvJlZUfWyfkaBS2CVQgkNqrtuIWdMc%2FADV6H0xZvG0uUC8jdx5HViT5ZhVHUOVKg3N7OEXs%3D



The ones listed by OP are rechargeable, so for those who don't want or need these are a good alternative.
The LIDL ones made by Eures are still £3.49 in store for a four pack of AA or AAA.
Are these any good for blink cameras?
Joe90_guy02/12/2019 07:55

I recently bought a packet of two 750 mAh rechargeable batteries from …I recently bought a packet of two 750 mAh rechargeable batteries from Poundland (for £1 obvs!). Have been using them in my dental water flosser & have been surprisingly impressed. They've held charge for a month now & the flosser is showing no sign of slowing down. Will deffo pick up some more of these on my next visit.


After a year I found them to be poor at holding charge. Would happily spend £2 more for something that will last
Maaly02/12/2019 12:27

The LIDL ones made by Eures are still £3.49 in store for a four pack of AA …The LIDL ones made by Eures are still £3.49 in store for a four pack of AA or AAA.


I use a variety of rechargeable brands and I have found the Lidl ones have a high failure rate. I've had them leak or just no longer accept a charge.
Thanks ordered
GeoThermal02/12/2019 17:23

I use a variety of rechargeable brands and I have found the Lidl ones have …I use a variety of rechargeable brands and I have found the Lidl ones have a high failure rate. I've had them leak or just no longer accept a charge.


Yep I've had a couple not recognised/willing to charge but gave them 5 mins in an old charger and then they seem ok again.
I would love, if rechargeable batteries would be giving the same amount of power as normal ones. For example laser pointer - doesn't work with rechargeable, but works great with ordinary ones. They do have a use, but unfortunately, they're nowhere near 100% replacement. I think it's 1.2V vs 1.5V.
How do these compare to the Amazon Basics 2400mAh AA batteries which are currently £22.44 for 24 batteries?
jurassic_park02/12/2019 10:48

Ordered thanks, I also have the ikea ones but useful to have extra just …Ordered thanks, I also have the ikea ones but useful to have extra just before Christmas. I don’t have to go to ikea now and end up arguing with my wife as I always do when we go to that place.


That's what happens when you mix Billy and meatballs.
herrbz02/12/2019 16:06

After a year I found them to be poor at holding charge. Would happily …After a year I found them to be poor at holding charge. Would happily spend £2 more for something that will last


I've found the same with Energizer's rechargeable batteries.
After a hundred or so charges, well under 50% quote lifespan, they start misbehaving.
Thank you, needed some more of these.
Great price.
Something I actually needed to buy today!
4 packs bought
d_k_u_h02/12/2019 19:53

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Label says Made in China. Did you mean a Japanese company?
itsadeal02/12/2019 10:59

good price if you have prime.these varta ones at screwfix for £4.99 are a …good price if you have prime.these varta ones at screwfix for £4.99 are a decent alternativehttps://www.screwfix.com/p/varta-ready2use-rechargeable-batteries-aa-pack-of-4/5180k


Varta batteries are brilliant i think
d_k_u_h02/12/2019 19:53

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They say made in China. Amazon used to detail when they were made in Japan but descriptions now seem to specifically state China or not mention place of manufacture at all. Too much of a lottery for me.
HellriderUKDeals6902/12/2019 19:58

Label says Made in China. Did you mean a Japanese company?


You're right, it looks like things have changed going by answers and reviews, I'll remove my comment. I always used to get made in Japan ones when I ordered Amazon's high-cap AAs. IKEA LADDA is the way to go now then.
LiveYour_Dream-AndySue02/12/2019 11:33

Halfords deals 30 AA batteries £5 …Halfords deals 30 AA batteries £5 https://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=313156&productId=1035407&storeId=10001&krypto=42%2BTOPPRfnNNOCq3e15WnutCTmaBGpv4YCSiuvJlZUfWyfkaBS2CVQgkNqrtuIWdMc%2FADV6H0xZvG0uUC8jdx5HViT5ZhVHUOVKg3N7OEXs%3D



Not rechargeable. Rechargeables are, in the long, always cheaper than buying normal batteries.
Edited by: "Mirola" 2nd Dec
What are the best priced battery chargers to use on these and also capable of charging AAA??
Edited by: "itz_Guzto" 2nd Dec
Been using 12 of these for my xbox controllers over the last 2 years and still going strong,probably saved me a few Bob aswell.
I Use these, and the Ikea Ladda 2450 Mah Batteries & EBL 2800 Mah Batteries.

This is how I view them.

1.EBL last the longest
2.Ikea Ladda
3.These Energizer ones
I mean I guess that makes sense as they have the lowest charge.
Cracking deal - love it when something I actually need comes up.
Ta op!
Does anyone know how these compare to asda sh1t price batteries 50 for £1?
aren't the ladda ones from Ikea better?
d_k_u_h02/12/2019 10:32

IKEA's are made by FDK in Japan (who make Eneloops and others) so they're …IKEA's are made by FDK in Japan (who make Eneloops and others) so they're the very best. These ones don't even advertise as high a capacity.


Higher capacity means reduced number of charge cycles, as I've recently learnt. 1900mAh to 2100mAh seems to be the sweet spot for reasonable capacity and longevity for AA NiMH.
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