GP BATTERIES  40 AS @ CPC Farnell £8.40
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GP BATTERIES 40 AS @ CPC Farnell £8.40

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Found 16th Dec 2017
High power, long-life alkaline AA batteries giving up to six times the life of ordinary zinc carbon batteries; ideal for high drain applications
  • 7 year shelf life
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Use order code BT0007507 to get them for £7.50

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Use this order code to get them for £7.50 : BT0007507

cpc.farnell.com/gp-…rch
Edited by: "spannerzone" 16th Dec 2017
Thanks. Shame they don't do the same price for AAAs
10 Panasonic for 1 in BM pounland
moneysm10 m ago

10 Panasonic for 1 in BM pounland


Are those alkaline or zinc batteries?
I have them. They are not great. Use them in clocks etc. Drain very quickly. Ikea alkaline batteries are much better.
coco_cool2 m ago

I have them. They are not great. Use them in clocks etc. Drain very …I have them. They are not great. Use them in clocks etc. Drain very quickly. Ikea alkaline batteries are much better.


Do you mean you have the poundland ones mentioned above?
These GP alkaline batteries should last as long as duracells or ikeas
spannerzone24 m ago

Do you mean you have the poundland ones mentioned above? These GP alkaline …Do you mean you have the poundland ones mentioned above? These GP alkaline batteries should last as long as duracells or ikeas


I am talking about the GP Ultra ones I bought from cpc farnell. I don’t know how different the Super ones arecompared to the Ultras. I use the ikea ones and they last much longer.
coco_cool9 m ago

I am talking about the GP Ultra ones I bought from cpc farnell. I don’t k …I am talking about the GP Ultra ones I bought from cpc farnell. I don’t know how different the Super ones arecompared to the Ultras. I use the ikea ones and they last much longer.


ooh that's odd, the GP alkaline batteries I've had in the past have always been good as duracell or panasonic alkalines.
spannerzone1 h, 10 m ago

ooh that's odd, the GP alkaline batteries I've had in the past have always …ooh that's odd, the GP alkaline batteries I've had in the past have always been good as duracell or panasonic alkalines.



Same here. Always found them to be very good. Been buying them since about ten years ago.
Why don’t people just use rechargeable ones
Gundie35 m ago

Why don’t people just use rechargeable ones


Why when these are 20p each, much more convenient than constantly having to recharge.
spannerzone4 h, 25 m ago

Use this order code to get them for £7.50 : …Use this order code to get them for £7.50 : BT0007507http://cpc.farnell.com/gp-batteries/gp15a-40/battery-alkaline-aa-1-5v-pk40/dp/BT0007507?ost=BT0007507&iscrfnonsku=false&ddkey=http:en-CPC/CPC_United_Kingdom/search


BT0007507 The voucher code entered cannot be used against this order.
theclaretvillain3 h, 42 m ago

BT0007507 The voucher code entered cannot be used against this order.


I wasn't clear, it's not a voucher code to add to the basket, it's the part number, enter it in the search bar section on CPC Farnell and it finds this product but at a lower price (some items have 2 or 3 prices on CPC!)

Try this link -
cpc.farnell.com/gp-…rch

Works for me
Edited by: "spannerzone" 16th Dec 2017
Gundie4 h, 28 m ago

Why don’t people just use rechargeable ones


Rechargeables make complete sense but some products don't like them as lower voltage on rechargeables, some very low drain items like a clock or remote control may not really make the best use in something that might last 2 years or more before running a battery down.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 16th Dec 2017
spannerzone2 h, 6 m ago

Rechargeables make complete sense but some products don't like them as …Rechargeables make complete sense but some products don't like them as lower voltage on rechargeables, some very low drain items like a clock or remote control may not really make the best use in something that might last 2 years or more before running a battery down.


I just look at that picture and think where it all stays your explanation makes sense though
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