Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries (2 Pack) £1.99 Delivered @ play
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Energizer Ultimate Lithium AA Batteries (2 Pack) £1.99 Delivered @ play

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Found 27th Jul 2010
2 AA Lithium Batteries £1.99 Delivered. They have the 4 pack for £5.00 so if you buy two lots of the 2 pack you essentially save £1.02

AA last up to 7x longer than normal alkaline cells. Ideal for digital cameras.

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Seeing they are Lithium, good price.

Original Poster

why the cold votes?

You can get good to go batteries 2100 mhA for less than 4 pounds for 4 at 7day shop

You can get good to go batteries 2100 mhA for less than 4 pounds for 4 at … You can get good to go batteries 2100 mhA for less than 4 pounds for 4 at 7day shop



These are far superior to any rechargeable battery for cameras and electronics. Once you've used them you will never go back as they last longer and more economical than rechargeables.

Not a bad price. You will always get cold voters on batteries. Have some heat.(_;)

macgyver11

You can get good to go batteries 2100 mhA for less than 4 pounds for 4 at … You can get good to go batteries 2100 mhA for less than 4 pounds for 4 at 7day shop



Comparing these to rechargeables is comparing apples and oranges. I bet whoever voted this could have never actually used them - or they know of a better deal and are shy to come out and tell us!

Lithium batteries have much longer life than any other batteries and are a must, at least on very demanding situations such as on my work as a photographer, for instance, where I simply dread the idea of having to change batteries on my portable flashguns during social events (memory cards change coming second).

So far the ever-faithful lithium ones have never left me in the lurch - not even during the longest of receptions.

That's reason enough for me to vote this hot and order a generous bunch of them.

These appear to be 2900mah, fine if you need that capacity, but I think most people would be better off using LSD rechargeables - Sanyo Eneloops which while they are only 2000mah, are particularly good for high current draw and can hold 75% of their charge over a 3 year period.

Edited by: "melted" 27th Jul 2010

carluk

why the cold votes?



Coz most ppl are stupid, and can't understand the need for specialist equipment.

Good price for these - have some heat

Just found at 7dayshop.com a slightly better deal if you're buying more than the two on offer at play.com

£5.59 for a pack of six batteries which is reduced even further if you buy in bulk.



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