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Gp AA Batteries Pack of 40 £6.39 (Prime) / £10.88 (non Prime) Sold by GPBatteries Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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Good price this close to xmas (Lighting deal).
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GP Batteries Extra Alkaline AA Batteries Pack of 40

AA batteries with extra long service life.
GP Extra Alkaline batteries are multi-purpose alkaline batteries which are ideal for powering everyday devices.
The extra technology means higher efficiency and longer battery life, as well as being very leak-proof. Meets all safety and environmental regulations.

GP Batteries - the battery experts - Over 50 years of experience in the manufacture of batteries guarantee high-quality products and comprehensive safety for your devices. Internal development and own production facilities ensure consistently high quality.
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Obviously a good price.

But remember that rechargeable are cheaper in the long term (and better for the environmment!)
Don't last long. I bought them last month and disappointing. Yeah there cheap but for a reason
Not sure how much kudos to give fakespot but:

FAKESPOT REVIEW GRADE: F

"Our engine has analyzed and discovered that 25.0% of the reviews are reliable."

"Our engine has profiled the reviewer patterns and has determined that there is high deception involved."
Edited by: "coalfield" 17th Dec 2019
All i'm gonna say on these GP batteries is use them quick and check your devices regularly.... these GPs seems to have a self destruct Leak and corrode feature built-in....

On the flip side, these are ideal for giving to someone you don't like
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 17th Dec 2019
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Heat! 15pence a battery
Are these much better the the Kodak ones at poundland?
te72117/12/2019 07:48

Are these much better the the Kodak ones at poundland?


Yes much better!!
Thanks OP, been keeping an eye out for cheap batteries to stock up for Christmas
Anyone knows how these compare with GP ultra? Only recently seen these.
Some reviews on Amazon saying they only last a day.
very hot thanks
I have a bit of an obsession with Batteries 🔋
I find the Primark ones are good.... no tried these though. X
If looking for AAA you can get 80 at similar price (£12.79 total) from same page as a lightening deal too. Unfortunately if only need 40 they are £9.99 so not good deal.
Brought theses on cyber Monday for similar price
Can't beat Aldi own. Great scores with which?
Edited by: "samspud" 17th Dec 2019
Anyone use these for their blink cameras ?
Great deal and just in time for Xmas as I will need a tonne for my boys toys etc!

Have some heat!
Cheers op, was running low! Great deal this
great price nice one OP
Don't last long. I bought them last month and disappointing. Yeah there cheap but for a reason
Ordered mine, Heat added, Lightning deal so get them quick!!
All i'm gonna say on these GP batteries is use them quick and check your devices regularly.... these GPs seems to have a self destruct Leak and corrode feature built-in....

On the flip side, these are ideal for giving to someone you don't like
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 17th Dec 2019
Roygroyg17/12/2019 08:49

If looking for AAA you can get 80 at similar price (£12.79 total) from …If looking for AAA you can get 80 at similar price (£12.79 total) from same page as a lightening deal too. Unfortunately if only need 40 they are £9.99 so not good deal.


Thanks AAA for remotes is what I tend to always need to buy when I need any and am coincidentally running low, not sure I need 80 though. So little runs on AA nowadays it seems and what does I find I tend to want rechargeable.
Edited by: "nige182" 17th Dec 2019
te72117/12/2019 07:48

Are these much better the the Kodak ones at poundland?



If you are talking about the Kodak alkaline batteries then no there won't be any significant difference.
Edited by: "ThermalRider" 17th Dec 2019
Not sure how much kudos to give fakespot but:

FAKESPOT REVIEW GRADE: F

"Our engine has analyzed and discovered that 25.0% of the reviews are reliable."

"Our engine has profiled the reviewer patterns and has determined that there is high deception involved."
Edited by: "coalfield" 17th Dec 2019
Scottish_Beardy_Man17/12/2019 09:38

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Not good just because they are Panasonic name, they are inferior Zinc-Carbon technology, Alkaline is what to look for.
The reviews aren't great for these. Probably OK for clocks etc. I would be very wary if getting them for anything that demands anything more than very light usage
Obviously a good price.

But remember that rechargeable are cheaper in the long term (and better for the environmment!)
Good price for prime members. Ir would have been hot but because I am not prime member its cold.
So 16p/battery. Primark works out 14p/battery (AA/AAA Alkaline 10 pack £1.40)
Good price. Ideal for all those things that won’t accept rechargeable batteries.
Seems incredibly wasteful. Get some rechargeables.
I think we should all be looking to pay a bit more and get rechargeable to be honest.......
Nice was looking at amazon batteries earlier but these will do nicely to keep me going over Xmas
Ordered thanks
For those looking at rechargeable batteries, these are constantly well reviewed on here, £5 for 4 so a little under 8x the price.

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Edited by: "nige182" 17th Dec 2019
Thanks ! That’ll do the Xbox for a few weeks lol
bigmike20vt17/12/2019 10:24

I think we should all be looking to pay a bit more and get rechargeable to …I think we should all be looking to pay a bit more and get rechargeable to be honest.......


Depends what you're using them for. I wouldn't buy rechargeable for TV remote batteries, but I would for a remote control car.
Whats better these or the Gp AA Ultra?
monkeyhanger7517/12/2019 10:58

Depends what you're using them for. I wouldn't buy rechargeable for TV …Depends what you're using them for. I wouldn't buy rechargeable for TV remote batteries, but I would for a remote control car.



a pack of 40 batteries would power a lot of TV remotes (assuming they even take AA, half of mine are AAA)
Ordered, when you have kids you can never have too many batteries at Christmas!
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