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Kodak Rechargeable Batteries AA + AAA Pack Of Two £1 Instore @ Poundland
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Kodak Rechargeable Batteries AA + AAA Pack Of Two £1 Instore @ Poundland
Posted 29th Jan 2019Available: National

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so found these in my local poundland.seems a fair price for rechargeable batteries.2x AA Kodak 1.2V Nickel Metal (Ni-MH) Rechargeable Batteries 750mAh Capacity 3172956.jpg
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anewman29/01/2019 15:40

Best ones to get are the ikea 2100mah ones.


unfortunately the moon is nearer to me than ikea :/
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750mah is a woeful capacity for aa.
jazzuk7771 m ago

750mah is a woeful capacity for aa.


possible why they are so cheap.they will do for me.even with a 30 pack of normal batteries for £2 in poundland still feel i am getting ripped off.
Not sure what these new Kodak varieties are like but bigclive liked the Fusiomax ones (admittedly this is a year and a half old, and Poundworld, obviously, are no more)
Best ones to get are the Ikea Ladda 2450mah ones. ikea.com/gb/…76/ (edited)
Edited by: "anewman" 29th Jan 2019
anewman29/01/2019 15:40

Best ones to get are the ikea 2100mah ones.


unfortunately the moon is nearer to me than ikea :/
There crap
ray3831 s ago

There crap


thanks ray
jazzuk77729/01/2019 15:31

750mah is a woeful capacity for aa.


OK for solar light replacement batteries, which are usually around this capacity
billymacs29/01/2019 16:02

OK for solar light replacement batteries, which are usually around this …OK for solar light replacement batteries, which are usually around this capacity


they are what they are.what do people expect for £1 i am fine with them
Dennis.Bell2 m ago

'There'......


yes nothing better than saying whats on your mind.
Cheap,but very low capacity, I guess fine for using with low consumption devices and probably better than normal batteries. However, you can get cheap rechargeable better than these ones.
anewman1 h, 18 m ago

Best ones to get are the Ikea Ladda 2450mah ones. …Best ones to get are the Ikea Ladda 2450mah ones. https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/smart-home/chargers-batteries/ladda-rechargeable-battery-art-70303876/ (edited)




If you have Prime about the same price delivered for 8 of these (and next day as opposed to 3-5 days). Obviously much cheaper if you only want 4! Have approx 20 of them dotted around the house and they are brilliant. Made in Japan, unusually these days.

amazon.co.uk/Ama…ies

PS Heat added OP, they are very low power but very very cheap.
Edited by: "bellboys" 29th Jan 2019
amazoncrazy57 m ago

they are what they are.what do people expect for £1 i am fine with them


Guess ultimately it depends on what you're using them for. If you were a pro photographer you wouldn't be using them with a flash, for example.
billymacs29/01/2019 16:02

OK for solar light replacement batteries, which are usually around this …OK for solar light replacement batteries, which are usually around this capacity


That is probably just about the only thing these are any good for really.
jazzuk77729/01/2019 19:08

That is probably just about the only thing these are any good for really.


that is what i want mine for.for my led lights that i have scattered about the house.they are eating batteries,are they ok for these
Edited by: "amazoncrazy" 29th Jan 2019
amazoncrazy18 h, 41 m ago

unfortunately the moon is nearer to me than ikea


And has better parking so I'm told....
ray3818 h, 41 m ago

There crap


Wears Where's the crap?
I've purchased Kodak batteries (non-rechargeable) in the past and they have always leaked and knackered up the item in the process. Will never buy Poundland batteries again as a result.
amazoncrazy19 h, 56 m ago

that is what i want mine for.for my led lights that i have scattered about …that is what i want mine for.for my led lights that i have scattered about the house.they are eating batteries,are they ok for these


See Morpheus' comment just above this one...
False economy buy duracell batteries instead
These cheap and nasty batteries should be banned
Thanks AC but I will pass on these. I got converted to eneloops many years ago, still have sanyo ones before they sold out to panasonic. If you are lucky some of the Amazon Basics are the japanese eneloop 2500Mah oems. "Kodak" in poundland, to me sounds like chinese knockoffs and a false economy at 750 Mah

Amazon basics £11.98 on S&S for 8 so £1.50 each. which will last longer and for years longer.

I have lots of AA rechargeables, the best I ever had were fujicell (from 2006) but they have all died now, next best are Amazon basics (dark skin), eneloop (sanyo), Uniross red, eneloop (panasonic). Aldi and Lidl are okay but inconsistent and don't seem to hold the charge as long when left dormant
Edited by: "Quinoa" 31st Jan 2019
Need a battery charger to go with these, any recommendations?
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