Kodak Alkaline AA 16 pack for £1.98 delivered at Ebuyer
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Kodak Alkaline AA 16 pack for £1.98 delivered at Ebuyer

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Found 15th Sep 2013
Cheap and good batteries. Also 2% quidco cashback.
16 pack of alkaline AA batteries
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Good

will these give a fair bit of use in a xbox controller?

only 1 per customer

TCB cashback too. Remember to select free delivery (it defaults to expensive next day).

Even though these are alkaline I don't think there good.

Is it wrong that I won't listen to someones opinion if they use the wrong their/there/they're? ^^

MattStan

Is it wrong that I won't listen to someones opinion if they use the wrong … Is it wrong that I won't listen to someones opinion if they use the wrong their/there/they're? ^^



"Someone's"

Other opinions expressed in the reviews say the batteries are good.

Matt Stan - Methinks someones been shot down in flames there matey. Worst thing to do is correct someone with a bad example of your own!

Better luck next time.

And for what it's worth, most camera batteries have good power and decent life.

Ooh, the grammar critics are up early today!!

amersham

Ooh, the grammar critics are up early today!!



These errors are fairly trivial, but if you let it get too sloppy comprehension becomes compromised.

Can get packs of these in 99p stores and poundland for a lot less!

NOT the best alkaline battery IMHO !!! I got some for 'general' use, and their performance was very poor. When I bought more they were Duracell Pro-cell, and the difference in the length they lasted compared to the poor Kodak's was amazing. Panasonic alkalines are great too. Save your penny's and get better quality batteries. OR get rechargables.

Duracell are 3/4 times the price, Panasonic are 2/3 times the price. A bit like saying a Skoda isn't as good as a Porsche.

Cold from me, no free delivery option to NI

I'm sure I've seen these in poundland - 11 in a pack for £1

I had these from last offer @ same price.... worst batteries ever used!. Just ordered Duracell from Ebuyer @ £3.99 twice the price = 4 times life

Cheaper at poundland so voted cold

I've had these from poundland. They didn't power my digital camera for 2mins (literally)

My wife buys 10 for a £1 in pound land...

These have been posted already a load of times...

KFK88

Cheaper at poundland so voted cold




They are not Alkaline though, they are zinc so nowhere near the same quality

emtunc

I'm sure I've seen these in poundland - 11 in a pack for £1



Those are zinc-carbon batteries, these are alkaline. Learn the difference.

KFK88

Cheaper at poundland so voted cold



Then you're a muppet. Poundland = 4+2 for a £1 (17p each), these are 16 for £1.98 (12p each).

You obviously didn't come top in your maths class.

Banned

These are great batteries and not comparable to pound stores.

As for the grammar critics you can imagine how clever they really are. oO

poundland does these as a 6pack (alkali) don't know what the quality is like, as they have little connection to Kodak other than a company called strand has them made in china and pays Kodak to use their name..
Edited by: "solidamber" 15th Sep 2013

Heat added cheaper then Poundland and free delivery too

As some others have said, I'd rather have the much longer lasting Panasonics/Duracells - even for double/triple the money, than these. These/cheapo alkaline batteries are a complete false economy.

Can't beat these really, although one could possibly get them for less if one shopped around:

Panasonic EVOLTA AA Alkaline Batteries 8-pack (4+4) = £2.51 (free delivery)

Panasonic EVOLTA AAA Alkaline Batteries 8-pack (4+4) = £2.51 (free delivery)

"Panasonic EVOLTA is the world's No. 1 long lasting AA alkaline battery, according to the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS."

They are not that good door bells don't like them, The shop called the Entertainer won award for there batteries also maplin doing 32 batteries for £3.99

these batteries are rubbish i ordered them last time my boy used them in his xbox controller they only lasted 4 hours .. buy maplins when on offer there far better batteries

These are garbage. Don't last long and always in poundland for £1 for around the same amount as in this post.

3rm3y, you'd be better putting your money towards rechargeable batteries or a play and charge kit - these won't last long if you're a heavy user

Voted cold

These are garbage. Don't last long and always in poundland for £1 for around the same amount as in this post.

3rm3y, you'd be better putting your money towards rechargeable batteries or a play and charge kit - these won't last long if you're a heavy user

Voted cold

My wife keeps buying these crappy batteries from pound land it's false economy imo been using energiser rechargeable for years the same ones !

True dat ! I'm the same, been using energiser rechargeable for years. More expensive outlay but they do last soo much longer.
This is probably the only time I agree with that saying 'buy cheap, buy twice'
I only bought these to use in the children's toys as your not supposed to use rechargeable batteries in kids toys but you just have to replace these constantly

t3rm3y

will these give a fair bit of use in a xbox controller?



No, you should be using rechargeable batteries for that.

These are good for low power items like clocks.

microlin

there far better batteries



where is there?

oh OK I get it, he hasn't been reading the earlier threads

Thanks. Ordered

I was going to get some AA eneloops but see they are often described as 1..2V. Just did a few various AA battery batches (no eneloops) in my charger and they were coming out 1.4* V. Are there cases the 1.2V won't cut the mustard?

ct89

Cold from me, no free delivery option to NI



No, free delivery available

kludara87

No, free delivery available



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