IKEA Ladda rechargeable batteries AA and AAA £5.50 @ Ikea
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IKEA Ladda rechargeable batteries AA and AAA £5.50 @ Ikea

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Posted 11th Oct
LADDA Rechargeable battery, HR6 AA ... 1.2V ... Battery capacity: 2450 mAh.
£5.50/4 pack

There's also HR03 AAA 1.2V ... 900 mAh for £4.00/4 pack

There is delivery charge of £3.95 if you're not popping into store. So delivery probably only worth it if you you want to order a few packs.
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I seem to recall these can be pretty good batteries if you get the right batch.

I'm a battery geek (seeking help ) but I know for a fact as well as Eneloops, "Varta Accu" are brilliant i.e. when you charge them when they're a year or two old, their true capacity is pretty much the same as the stated.
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A lot cheaper on amazon!
Yes Ikea specific! £5.50 for 4 batteries is not a good deal!
Is this not just the normal price of these? They are good batteries by the way but I think that they've always been this price.
Haircut_10011/10/2019 23:31

Is this not just the normal price of these? They are good batteries by the …Is this not just the normal price of these? They are good batteries by the way but I think that they've always been this price.


Well they don’t look like they’re on offer at this price
brands911/10/2019 23:25

Yes Ikea specific! £5.50 for 4 batteries is not a good deal!


Nearest equivalent quality batteries are a bit dearer ... ebay.co.uk/itm…286
Edited by: "jadoo1" 11th Oct
4 batteries will last all of 3 minutes in this day and age anyway! Order a pack of 20 and call it a day
brands911/10/2019 23:25

Yes Ikea specific! £5.50 for 4 batteries is not a good deal!


These are cheaper than Eneloop (which the Ikea are sometimes claimed to be made in the same factory as) or Amazon Basics batteries, though sometimes you might find a good flash deal on the Amazon ones, such as the offer from Amazon Germany recently. I've bought some of the Tronic batteries from Lidl before which are definitely cheaper than these but the Ikea ones seem to last longer. So they are good value for money batteries and maybe preferable to buying generic unbranded ones, but like I said above, I'm pretty sure that this is the regular price for them and so not a "deal".
I bought 4AA ladda batteries in IKEA Belfast last week for £3, this is not a good deal
Pathetic. Not even a lada joke yet.
Never tried these, but have good experience with the Lidl ones which cost pretty much the same, and with the Varta from Screwfix: screwfix.com/p/v…80k
brands911/10/2019 23:25

Yes Ikea specific! £5.50 for 4 batteries is not a good deal!


Why? Do you know a better deal? A lot cheaper on Amazon? Will be great to back up your comments, £5 for 4 x 2500 can't be that bad.
sheffield78812/10/2019 00:14

Why? Do you know a better deal? A lot cheaper on Amazon? Will be great to …Why? Do you know a better deal? A lot cheaper on Amazon? Will be great to back up your comments, £5 for 4 x 2500 can't be that bad.


Seen as you have time to chime in, you find something. Strange!
I seem to recall these can be pretty good batteries if you get the right batch.

I'm a battery geek (seeking help ) but I know for a fact as well as Eneloops, "Varta Accu" are brilliant i.e. when you charge them when they're a year or two old, their true capacity is pretty much the same as the stated.
brands912/10/2019 00:19

Seen as you have time to chime in, you find something. Strange!


You're so kind, I was hoping I don't need to waste my time to check for that deal on Amazon, since you know already where it is. Also, you clearly need to sober up, it seems you can't make a difference in between normal and rechargeable batteries!

The fact that these were -50 yesterday and +150 now, should tell you is a good deal, well, much better that the ones you've posted. No offense, my initial question to you was genuine, your answer was sarcastic.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 12th Oct
Do ppl realise these are rechargeable and not just a 4pk of batteries?
brands911/10/2019 23:35

4 batteries will last all of 3 minutes in this day and age anyway! Order a …4 batteries will last all of 3 minutes in this day and age anyway! Order a pack of 20 and call it a day


phadge12/10/2019 01:24

Do ppl realise these are rechargeable and not just a 4pk of batteries?


Doesn't look like it.
That’s a ladda battery for ya money
Does it come with English assembling instruction?
Always this price and made in the same Japanese factory as Enloop
Deano46712/10/2019 00:03

I bought 4AA ladda batteries in IKEA Belfast last week for £3, this is not …I bought 4AA ladda batteries in IKEA Belfast last week for £3, this is not a good deal


Were they from Bargain Corner, maybe damaged packaging?
sheffield78812/10/2019 00:09

Never tried these, but have good experience with the Lidl ones which cost …Never tried these, but have good experience with the Lidl ones which cost pretty much the same, and with the Varta from Screwfix: https://www.screwfix.com/p/varta-ready2use-rechargeable-batteries-aa-pack-of-4/5180k


I thought the Lidl ones are £2.99 for 4 AA or AAA
SCOUSEKEVIN12/10/2019 09:54

I thought the Lidl ones are £2.99 for 4 AA or AAA


I think the prices have gone up, last time I've seen them were £3.99 I think. But you're right, they do not cost exactly the same.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 12th Oct
As it doesn’t seem to have been mentioned, the Ladda batteries are Eneloop Pros while Amazon Basics ones are regular Eneloops.

Any ni-mh batteries made in Japan are rewrapped Eneloops as there’s only one factory in Japan that makes them.
I've tried a few packs of Lidl ones and at least 1 or 2 out of pack failed after little while. Maybe I'll have better luck with these
brands911/10/2019 23:35

4 batteries will last all of 3 minutes in this day and age anyway! Order a …4 batteries will last all of 3 minutes in this day and age anyway! Order a pack of 20 and call it a day


Nonsense......

These are rechargeable and i have had mine for years no problem

I solely blame you for the climate crisis with thinking like that :/
AndrewHu12/10/2019 11:05

As it doesn’t seem to have been mentioned, the Ladda batteries are Eneloop …As it doesn’t seem to have been mentioned, the Ladda batteries are Eneloop Pros while Amazon Basics ones are regular Eneloops.Any ni-mh batteries made in Japan are rewrapped Eneloops as there’s only one factory in Japan that makes them.


Maybe it hasn’t been mentioned as the evidence comes from one single source, and has never been conclusively proven. Not saying it isn’t true, just saying there’s just one guys opinion.
Cold, not a deal this is just RRP.
Edited by: "Jinkz" 12th Oct
They are always this price, what’s the deal?
Roger_Irrelevant12/10/2019 00:29

I seem to recall these can be pretty good batteries if you get the right …I seem to recall these can be pretty good batteries if you get the right batch.I'm a battery geek (seeking help ) but I know for a fact as well as Eneloops, "Varta Accu" are brilliant i.e. when you charge them when they're a year or two old, their true capacity is pretty much the same as the stated.


I like your comments; witty and helpful st the same time 😚
CrawleyRed12/10/2019 09:13

Always this price and made in the same Japanese factory as Enloop


And, having tested them against Eneloops, I can vouch for the fact that they're identical in performance.
Simply Googling LADDA brings up lots of reviews and real life comparisons with Eneloop batteries. The real advantage of Eneloop type technology (and it appears LADDA are similar) is they hold a charge for a long period of time - many months - unlike older type rechargeable that discharge if not used. If you buy new batteries of this type they are partly charged and will hold that charge for years.
How is the Ikea battery charger?
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