Its back! 16 Pack AA Duracell Batteries for £4.49 delivered at Ebuyer
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Its back! 16 Pack AA Duracell Batteries for £4.49 delivered at Ebuyer

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Found 18th Oct 2013
Its back again at Ebuyer. 16 Pack AA Duracell Batteries for £4.49 delivered.

TRY THIS LINK: ebuyer.com/503…5x3

Thanks to BIOMAN1 :
Extra 6% off if use either topcashback or quidco too, ordered, cheers.

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Good find but I think rechargeable are the batteries to buy.

julie_d

Good find but I think rechargeable are the batteries to buy.



True

These are slowly going up, as they were only recently £3.99, then £4.29, now £4.49

julie_d

Good find but I think rechargeable are the batteries to buy.



really??? are they better than they used to be?? I have not used rechargeable batteries for many years.

gone back up now

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Deal hasn't expired

Original Poster

stuartguest1

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try this link : EBUYER LINK FOR DURACELL

It says 2282 in stock!

Edited by: "zombieman" 18th Oct 2013

Just ordered....not expired

ordered thanks even though Ive just bought 48 batteries from maplin and have plenty of Duracell rechargable batteries

You can never have enough batteries especially with xmas coming!


Edited by: "Bursiene" 18th Oct 2013

thanks

theg

really??? are they better than they used to be?? I have not used … really??? are they better than they used to be?? I have not used rechargeable batteries for many years.


Yes, they are much better these days. Google Hybrid rechargeable battery. Eneloop is probably the most popular brand.

6.95 delivery to NI???

u can get 6 kodak batteries from £1 shop for a pound

Thanks OP

Thanks, ordered

Thanks op

thanks zombiedude

If you'd bought rechargeables you wouldn't need to rejoice at the fact that "it's back" in order to throw more money down the drain.

A decent cheap alternative to the Duracell AA batteries are the Duracell Procell AA's only £2.99 delivered free from Amazon

amazon.co.uk/Dur…ell

You can get 16 Kodak batteries at TK Maxx for £2.49

poundland batteries are useless for anything other than remote controls...!

julie_d

Good find but I think rechargeable are the batteries to buy.



True in most cases but rechargables have a slightly different voltage so will not work in some items. If anyone has a rampant rabbit try using rechargables in it and you will see what I mean...

vegamom

True in most cases but rechargables have a slightly different voltage so … True in most cases but rechargables have a slightly different voltage so will not work in some items. If anyone has a rampant rabbit try using rechargables in it and you will see what I mean...


Very very unlikely to make any difference in practice, as while rechargeables have a different "headline" voltage they also have a lower internal resistance and a flatter discharge curve. I've yet to find anything that doesn't work just as well on rechargeables as disposables, even when the instructions say not to use rechargeables.

ordered these for my xbox controller for the launch of GTA5.
3/4 battery life left in the first two batterys after spending way to long on GTA since launch.

Can't complain, i think these would last a lifetime in a TV remote or Kitchen Clock.

Worth getting at this price for sure.

Unfortunately my camera eats rechargeable batteries.
I have to use high power batteries.
Ordered for xmas holiday.
Heat added.

It limits you to 1 per order.
Edited by: "slharbron" 18th Oct 2013

Extra 6% off if use either topcashback or quidco too, ordered, cheers.

slharbron

Unfortunately my camera eats rechargeable batteries.


What do you mean? What camera is it? What batteries and what charger? Considering that rechargeables have similar capacities to alkalines, something's not right in your setup.

It's a shame I'm not allowed to post the deal I found for batteries 3 montha ago but the moderator 'bigflump' hasn't come back to me on whether it's ok so I won't bother.

I've just looked again at the site I bought them from and they are still on offer for £7.39 for 30 with free p&p.

Therefore it's a cold deal from me I'm afraid.
Edited by: "willynomates" 18th Oct 2013

go_rators

You can get 16 Kodak batteries at TK Maxx for £2.49



Are they alkerline or Zinc, cause Zinc are cheaper and are nasty

rosycheeks

u can get 6 kodak batteries from £1 shop for a pound


But they never last long and not Alkaline batteries. False economy

OldBoy

A decent cheap alternative to the Duracell AA batteries are the Duracell … A decent cheap alternative to the Duracell AA batteries are the Duracell Procell AA's only £2.99 delivered free from Amazonhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Duracell-Procell-Battery-Alkaline-MN1500/dp/B000KHDXLG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1382093154&sr=8-1&keywords=procell



Thanks for the tip. Ordered 1 box of AA and AAA

Thanks

Banned

Rechargeables are a pain in the ass. These last ages.

Ordered some of these. But as it's limited to 1 per customer I checked the 30 x Procell on fleabay and found some with a 2020 expiry date for £7.10 delivered. Might get some ready for the kids' Xmas toys.

BACONIZGUD4ME

Rechargeables are a pain in the ass.


Why?

These last ages.


About the same time as a rechargeable - which you then pop in a charger and it's ready to use again after spending less than 1p recharging it.

Edited by: "pibpob" 18th Oct 2013

Ordered. Thank you. Always handy to have for those times when used in something where you mightn't get the rechargeable batteries back!

It's back. If you're going to insist on proclaiming it for some reason, at least be grammatically competent.

Quite decent batteries. Still waiting for my last order from ebuyer lol
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