Energizer Rechargeable Precision AA 2400mAh Batteries (Which? Best Buy) - Pack of 4 £10.47 Amazon
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Energizer Rechargeable Precision AA 2400mAh Batteries (Which? Best Buy) - Pack of 4 £10.47 Amazon

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Found 19th Jan 2015
Best price around for these Which? Best Buy rechargeable AAs.

And even lower prices (£8.37 upwards) from the Marketplace sellers (see 'other sellers on Amazon to the right-hand side of the page).

Today’s best Energizer AA Rechargeable Technology available - 4 AA batteries. Energizer Precision is the reusable, high performance solution for high-tech power-demanding devices, which means you save money and reduce waste by replacing less batteries. Energizer’s long lasting performance with up to 385 digital photos per charge with AA batteries.100s of recharge cycles. It stays charged for up to one year. It comes pre-charged — straight out of the pack. Best suited for high drain devices. Great value for money. Up to 7X longer lasting in digital still cameras vs. Energizer Ultra+ (AAA in high-drain cameras). Results vary by camera. Energizer Rechargeable - The #1 selling rechargeable battery brand in the world (based on scan data)
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4AA batteries

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Best rechargeable batteries so far. Using them and recommend for others.
Buy from marketplace seller for cheaper price.

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Rimi

Best rechargeable batteries so far. Using them and recommend for … Best rechargeable batteries so far. Using them and recommend for others.Buy from marketplace seller for cheaper price.


I originally posted the deal as £8.37 for the Marketplace seller B@bz Media (which I've always found to be an incredibly reliable seller, both on Amazon and on eBay) but apparently HUKD don't allow deals for this seller to be posted.

Odd that, when there are so many other Marketplace sellers out there, with a pretty poor reputation, which are allowed.

Newbold

I originally posted the deal as £8.37 for the Marketplace seller B@bz … I originally posted the deal as £8.37 for the Marketplace seller B@bz Media (which I've always found to be an incredibly reliable seller, both on Amazon and on eBay) but apparently HUKD don't allow deals for this seller to be posted.Odd that, when there are so many other Marketplace sellers out there, with a pretty poor reputation, which are allowed.




I know, looks like hukd doesn't get commission money from b@bz Media...

You can get 4 duracell 2400mah @home&bargains for £5.99. i use mine in wii remotes and they last weeks at a time.

That capacity won't last that long if they are not the more stable LSD type.

Get Eneloops or if you really need that extra few mah better to get the Uniross 26000mah Performance ones.

About £7 deld.

And yes, £10+ is a supermarket price, that being OTT

"You can get 4 duracell 2400mah @home&bargains for £5.99. i use mine in wii remotes and they last weeks at a time"

The Eneloop type would likely last much longer.

LadyEleanor

That capacity won't last that long if they are not the more stable LSD … That capacity won't last that long if they are not the more stable LSD type.Get Eneloops or if you really need that extra few mah better to get the Uniross 26000mah Performance ones.About £7 deld.



26000? Surely a typo?

LadyEleanor

That capacity won't last that long if they are not the more stable LSD … That capacity won't last that long if they are not the more stable LSD type.Get Eneloops or if you really need that extra few mah better to get the Uniross 26000mah Performance ones.About £7 deld.





26000mah for £7.00? Now that would be an incandescently hot deal!

Yep and I'm almost wondering if this is a typo.
consumersearch.com/bat…ies
"Energizer does not claim as long a lifetime for the Recharge Power Plus as Sanyo does for the Eneloop. It says the battery can be recharged "up to 250 more times,.............
".DuraCell for..... longevity, one test finds the battery typically lasts for about 100 charging cycles -- far less than the 400 that Duracell claims. G" "


A bit less than Eneloops 2100 charge cycles but obviously more like what Duracell and Energizer would like us to have.


Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 19th Jan 2015

Not had the new Eneloops since Panasonic started making them but loved the Sanyo ones and would stick with them myself.

Sanyo still do, just that they are now under their parent Panasonc branding name.

I cannot quite see the point in the name change though as Sanyo is a trusted name.

Uniross are now part of Saft, a massive battery company based in France.

Original Poster

According to Which?, their Best Buys, taking price into account, are these:

Energizer Recharge Precision 2400 101% 7h37m 76%
Ansmann Digital NiMH 2850mAh AKKU 2850 78% 7h10m 71%
Maplin Extra High Capacity NO5BW 2500 91% 7h16m 71%
Sanyo High Capacity Eneloop XX 2450 99% 7h29m 71%

The time shown is the high drain lifetime, the first % shows the % stated capacity achieved, and the last % the overall score.

Didn't they cost it at £55 and only do 100 charges with them finding Precision far far cheaper then Eneloop?

Ah, it seems these might also be LSD, and like Eneloop XX only do 'hundreds of charges' compared to the 1000's of Eneloop 1900mah ones or the 1000 charges of other 2000mah capacity ones.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 19th Jan 2015
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