Logik AA Batteries x 48 £9.99 delivered free or instore Currys PC World
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Logik AA Batteries x 48 £9.99 delivered free or instore Currys PC World

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Found 10th Dec 2017
Logik AA Batteries x 48 £9.99 delivered free or instore Currys PC World
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60 for £10 at Poundland.
Is this any good?
12 sony NEW ULTRA for a £1 @ poundland= 120 top quality batteries for a tenner
LesD22 m ago

60 for £10 at Poundland.


Or 50.

My local has changed the packets of 6 Kodak Alkaline for 5, which is a bit mean!
Stop_It10 m ago

Or 50.My local has changed the packets of 6 Kodak Alkaline for 5, which is …Or 50.My local has changed the packets of 6 Kodak Alkaline for 5, which is a bit mean!


Thanks for that. Still 6's on their website.
neroneuk11 m ago

12 sony NEW ULTRA for a £1 @ poundland= 120 top quality batteries for a …12 sony NEW ULTRA for a £1 @ poundland= 120 top quality batteries for a tenner



Sony New Ultra are very poor compared to Kodak Xtralife. Not sure who make the Logic ones as not scored on batteryshowdown site.
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tintowellfan10 m ago

Sony New Ultra are very poor compared to Kodak Xtralife. Not sure who make …Sony New Ultra are very poor compared to Kodak Xtralife. Not sure who make the Logic ones as not scored on batteryshowdown site.[Image]


Knowing Currys, it will be the cheapest place they can find to manufacture their own brand.
I'd recommend the ones from Maplin, 100 for £14.99. Free delivery and tcb.
jjokers21 m ago

I'd recommend the ones from Maplin, 100 for £14.99. Free delivery and tcb.



I had thought about the Maplin batteries on the many occasions they have been posted here. But if you are not a heavy user of batteries, then the Kodak Xtralife 6 for £1.00 from Poundland probably wiser. As buying 100, you would need to be a heavy user to be able to use them before they reached their expiry date.
Edited by: "tintowellfan" 10th Dec 2017
bought these in past , they leak , poor quality
Just what I need for the wife's Xmas pressy
tintowellfan1 h, 15 m ago

I had thought about the Maplin batteries on the many occasions they have …I had thought about the Maplin batteries on the many occasions they have been posted here. But if you are not a heavy user of batteries, then the Kodak Xtralife 6 for £1.00 from Poundland probably wiser. As buying 100, you would need to be a heavy user to be able to use them before they reached their expiry date.


I'm sure you could use the batteries past there expiry date and be fine looking.
chrisbarker146 m ago

I'm sure you could use the batteries past there expiry date and be fine …I'm sure you could use the batteries past there expiry date and be fine looking.



But not worth it, as there is no price advantage over just popping down to Poundland for another small pack.
Dave.Gas3 h, 17 m ago

Just what I need for the wife's Xmas pressy

Filling in a pot hole is she?
Does nobody watch planet earth. Non- recyclable are harmful for environment and should have been obsolete by now.
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