Engergizer XP4001 - Power Pack - £13 *Instore* @ Tesco
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Engergizer XP4001 - Power Pack - £13 *Instore* @ Tesco

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Found 6th Mar 2011Made hot 6th Mar 2011
Great deal, still £56 online. Tesco mobile section at Bradley Stoke in Bristol had the 1000mAh for £5, the 2000mAh for £8.50 and this version 4000mAh for £13.

Comes with tips for all mini/micro usb, nokia phones and apple products and a service for free tips if not in the box. Charge two items at once. Great for our iphone and san francisco phones.

energizerpowerpacks.com/us/…01/

Proper reduced tags from £56 to £13 so it is probably nationwide. They had loads left, reciept below.

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Original Poster

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7808265/20110306-105103-dpx.jpg

You couldn't pick me one of these up could you?

Original Poster

I live 50 miles away but will be going past on a week on Monday. I can call in and if they have some Ieft I can. Just pay the postage. You can always call and reserve one and give me the details so I can get it.
Edited by: "n0v" 6th Mar 2011

picked one up in my local as well yesterday,they had ones for £8.50 that only charge one item at a time which was enough for me

Original Poster

people voting cold, please comment why.

Oooh, I need some milk and I live two miles from Bradley Stoke Tesco. Thanks

n0v

people voting cold, please comment why.



Because it's a pointless product at any price:

Charging a rechargeable battery from the mains to then take into the field and recharge another rechargeable battery from is only of some use if you are away from a mains supply (or a car) for days at a time and simply must have a variety of electronic products on the go.

Cool, I don't need one. But can't resist, hot from me.
I'm off to buy, good old HotUKDeals!!
At least it's not a spare PS3 this time!

pmsl!!! dont forget to pop into asda for 100 tins of toms

bigsky

Because it's a pointless product at any price:Charging a rechargeable … Because it's a pointless product at any price:Charging a rechargeable battery from the mains to then take into the field and recharge another rechargeable battery from is only of some use if you are away from a mains supply (or a car) for days at a time and simply must have a variety of electronic products on the go.



pretty handy is you ask me, like a tent in the middle of nowhere, alot of trains
Edited by: "royals" 6th Mar 2011

Original Poster

The deal is good if you are after one as it is 43 quid cheaper than normal, so a pretty hot deal. The other two are also good. And you are effectivly only charging once then discharging to the end item, so not that inefficient!

However if you don't want one then fine, I'm sure a good deal for humbug's will be along soon...

Just picked up the last two 4000mAh from Bradley Stoke, unless they had more hid somewhere other than the mobile area, still had a few of the 2000mAh ones on the shelf.
They're only pointless if you have no use for them. One's for me as Im off to live with the Bajau Laut on Mabul at the end of April, power isn't 24hours there so will come in handy, the others for a friend to take to Glastonbury. Thanks OP.

Original Poster

Bubble_Market

You couldn't pick me one of these up could you?



Sorry, looks like they have all gone, maybe you can get one locally.

Link is to Tesco Mobile!

Link to correct product here (for specs) - but it's still £56 at Tesco Direct!

direct.tesco.com/q/R…spx

Sounds like a good price. Good that it comes with Apple tip(s) too, might try and pick one up for the GF, she does nights sometimes, and travels a bit, so good for her small Android phone and iPod!

PS I picked up the New Trent 5000mAh one a few weeks back, it's pretty good - if you have a couple of devices and travel at all, you know how distressing it can be to get a low battery, especially on phones, so these are really helpful. As mentioned, only useful if it's useful to you as an individual, but I'm glad I have one. Heat added!

Tesco in Norton have been reducing a lot of this type of stuff by 75% but you have to be quick as it tends to go back up again

n0v

I live 50 miles away but will be going past on a week on Monday. I can … I live 50 miles away but will be going past on a week on Monday. I can call in and if they have some Ieft I can. Just pay the postage. You can always call and reserve one and give me the details so I can get it.



Great find and not to sound cheeky if theres more than one for the other fella could you grab one for me would be more than happy to pay postage

bigsky

Because it's a pointless product at any price:Charging a rechargeable … Because it's a pointless product at any price:Charging a rechargeable battery from the mains to then take into the field and recharge another rechargeable battery from is only of some use if you are away from a mains supply (or a car) for days at a time and simply must have a variety of electronic products on the go.



The amount of times i forgot to charge my smart phone the night before only to realize while sitting through a uni lecture, this would be a cool gadget to have to charge where u have no access to mains.

abumusab461

The amount of times i forgot to charge my smart phone the night before … The amount of times i forgot to charge my smart phone the night before only to realize while sitting through a uni lecture, this would be a cool gadget to have to charge where u have no access to mains.



Uni / forgot - yeah figures!

I am a sucker for gadgets, always buying them when offer even if I don't need them.

Anyway, a good price if you need them and can still get them.

Price still £55.00 online with tescodirect

direct.tesco.com/sea…=11

bought it in Hampton , Peterborough. Many THX.

Photo isn't big enough!

Hi Guys.....so i guess depending on what they have in store is what you can choose....but can anyone confirm to me that If for a HTC Desire HD which is 1250Amh Battery (i think) then the 1000Amh version is no good.....and that the 2000Amh is the best one to get? Also does that also mean the 4000Amh versions are both contends for this too?! any help would be cool! Thanks

raven0000

Hi Guys.....so i guess depending on what they have in store is what you … Hi Guys.....so i guess depending on what they have in store is what you can choose....but can anyone confirm to me that If for a HTC Desire HD which is 1250Amh Battery (i think) then the 1000Amh version is no good.....and that the 2000Amh is the best one to get? Also does that also mean the 4000Amh versions are both contends for this too?! any help would be cool! Thanks



It'd still charge it fine, but wouldn't have the capacity to charge your phone from completely empty to 100% full. Imagine it like pouring a pint into an empty 1 litre jug - not full, but nonetheless still useful.

raven0000

Hi Guys.....so i guess depending on what they have in store is what you … Hi Guys.....so i guess depending on what they have in store is what you can choose....but can anyone confirm to me that If for a HTC Desire HD which is 1250Amh Battery (i think) then the 1000Amh version is no good.....and that the 2000Amh is the best one to get? Also does that also mean the 4000Amh versions are both contends for this too?! any help would be cool! Thanks



A battery for an HTC desire will cost you a fiver on a popular auction site. So why bother with this?

Got the 2000mAh one for £8.50 from Bradley Stoke yesterday after work, bargain price. They didn't have any of the 4000 ones and the lady behind the mobile counter said they didn't have any bigger than the 2000... odd.

Original Poster

Two us got 4001's from Bradley Stoke. She is wrong, but they went quickly.

bigsky

A battery for an HTC desire will cost you a fiver on a popular auction … A battery for an HTC desire will cost you a fiver on a popular auction site. So why bother with this?



if you mean swap spare battery, fair enough but you have to power down and interrupt. i use my Desire's GPS when hiking or mountain biking or city touring and can just pop spare juice like this in my camelbak or rucksack and have hours of extra use, my kids watch their peppa pig, rastamouse and timmy time on my desire on long trips or coach trips easy.

if you need it then for £13 it's smoking hot, you don't need to stop what your doing to swap a £5 battery which is still more expensive per Amh compared to the 4000Amh

plus you can use it for any other USB device among other stuff which you can't do with your spare HTC battery.

i use the phillips power2go 3200mAH which almost a year ago was hot at £18
hotukdeals.com/dea…006

this is cheaper, more capacity, less than half the weight, half the size, double the outlets ...it's hot simple

Original Poster

Thank you, good explanation of a hot deal

- still available xp1000 £5 at Tesco Extra Bradley Stoke

Thanks! got three.
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