Pack of 4 AA Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - 2500mAh - in FREE Case - 7DayShop - only £2.99 delivered
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Pack of 4 AA Rechargeable Ni-Mh Batteries - 2500mAh - in FREE Case - 7DayShop - only £2.99 delivered

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Found 23rd Oct 2011
Get yourself ready for Christmas!!

These are brilliant batteries - AA 2500 mAh Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries! High capacity Ni-Mh rechargeable battery and will offer you incredible performance and battery life. Ni-Mh (nickel metal hydride) type batteries are favoured by demanding users as they are memory free and offer superb performance over traditional Ni-Cad rechargeable and even single-use Alkaline types. Perfect for all high and low drain devices and especially ideal for digital cameras too. These 7dayshop batteries are compatible with many good quality chargers and equipment types.

AA size batteries are also referred to as LR6 and MN1500 sizes

Come in a handy semi-transparent case!

Bargain!

Don't forget 2% Quidco

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I bought some of the ready to go one's today from 7DS, £4.19 for 4 I think they were, 2100mah.

Thanks for this, Ordered 3 sets and some AAA

Good price, decent quality batteries too.

are they any good as compare to these

Original Poster

I have 16 of these mRActivate and I'm replacing them (after only 2 years) with the 7DayShop ones. I never felt they held the charge for long. Quite pricey too

mRActivate8

are they any good as compare to these


have some heat cheers......

Good price for 2500mAh's although I generally pay the extra for 2900's.... remember the higher the mAh's the longer lasting they will be!

Prefer to pay a little more for the "Good-to-go" ones; slightly lower capacity but they retain their charge so you can charger them then store them and they're ready to use when you need them. Instead of hanging around waiting for batteries to charge I just keep at least one set ready charged.

link

sb123

I have 16 of these mRActivate and I'm replacing them (after only 2 years) … I have 16 of these mRActivate and I'm replacing them (after only 2 years) with the 7DayShop ones. I never felt they held the charge for long. Quite pricey too



Have you used 7dayshop one before then?

Do these hold their charge quite well?

hi I got some rechargeable ones from the £1 shop for the rechargeable lights in the garden ans surprise surprise they do not do a good job, only give light for half an hour, I notice that ppl are grading these, I did not know this was the case I thought they were all the same.

Does anyone know what "size" ones I should get for solar panel rechargeable garden lights? each light only has one LED type bulb

Thank you

Original Poster

Yeah, I've bought quite a few bits n bobs from them - quick delivery too which is always a plus!

Have you used 7dayshop one before then?[/quote]

Original Poster

Vegeta

Do these hold their charge quite well?



lol I hope so mate! I've ordered 4 lots!! Given feedback I've seen from other people, these do seem a very good buy!

I have them for almost a year now and would recommend them.

I've had some 7dayshop 2500 rechargeables for a few years now, and they last nothing like my fameart, uniross or energiser rechargeables. (some lower capacity 2000) I'd recommend sticking with branded rechargeable's from my experience of the 7day shop own brand ones....

any links to decent/bargain chargers?

Am thinking of buying some of these and the ones inicholson recommended (good to go ones) but really could do with a new charger I think as my energiser charger and batteries are about 10 yrs old lol, although they still work well. I'm never sure which one to buy so end up not getting one.
Can anyone recommend a charger from this 7dayshop or a better deal that could be used with these batteries.
Thankyou in advance
Edited by: "lotsofbargains" 23rd Oct 2011

thanks mate!

Original Poster

lotsofbargains

..... I'm never sure which one to buy so end up not getting one....




lol chuckled at that comment - this is the story of my life......I waste hours pondering!! x

I have these and charge does not last long. I feel money wasted. Please buy stay charged / vapax ones

Rechargeable Ni-Mh will lose charge over time, say two weeks, but where they excel is in delivering charge quickly. So the flash on you camera will be ready to fire again much quicker with these.

Definitely agree the 7DS own brand batteries are dodgy. I've got 8 of these and after about 18 months they are very poor at holding their charge. The 7DS ready2go batteries are supposed to be very poor too and come bottom in tests. I can recommend these very highly: Your text here

Original Poster

Handy to know - thanks Jim - I've bought them for my new camera

jimjim79

Rechargeable Ni-Mh will lose charge over time, say two weeks, but where … Rechargeable Ni-Mh will lose charge over time, say two weeks, but where they excel is in delivering charge quickly. So the flash on you camera will be ready to fire again much quicker with these.


Got these: vapextech.co.uk/aca…tml (AA NIMH+).

Best batteries I've ever had. Worth paying the extra.

amazon have 4x AA duracell rechargables for a fiver, should be good if they last like the normal ones do.

Brilliant just what i need nice find Heat added !

Just wanted to add I have had about 20 of these over the past few years for cameras and they are great, last a long time and still going strong. Use them in lots of different devices but cameras mainly. Teamed them up with a cheap 7 dayshop charger for about £5.

Fameart AA 2500s are good, 8 for £8 on Ebay

sach1636

I have these and charge does not last long. I feel money wasted. Please … I have these and charge does not last long. I feel money wasted. Please buy stay charged / vapax ones



same here. i bought quite a few but ended up not really using them unless you know you need them the next day and put them on charge. was in early for their good to go which are much better but hear their quality has fallen too so last lot were eneloops - can't be assed messing around for the sake of a few quid.

I'm a regular user and big fan of the 7dayshop but I'll never buy their own brand of battery ever again! One of the batteries in my last set died after only one charge. Before that the odd battery would stop recharging just after a few charges.

I have about 60 rechargeable batteries covering 8 brands, mainly AAs and AAAs with some C, D and PP3s. I've never had any problems with the major brands but all the cheap, lesser or unknown brands never seem to last very long.

I've found 7dayshop batteries unreliable! You might be lucky but from now on I'll be happy spending more for a major brand!

I only buy eneloops now as these are the best rechargeable batteries by far and worth every penny!
Edited by: "retropolis" 24th Oct 2011

tappy

Got these: … Got these: http://www.vapextech.co.uk/acatalog/High_Power_Consumer_Batteries.html (AA NIMH+).Best batteries I've ever had. Worth paying the extra.



Totally agree with you, Vapextech are the best batteries Ive ever used. Would recommend the Vapextech Instant batteries. These 7 day shop batteries were posted on here just over 4 weeks ago and are cheap for a reason, The main negatives from the last thread is that they have a high failure rate, do not hold a good charge and discharge too quicky when not being used.

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3

Also click link below for some very detailed and helpful information you may want to consider before purchasing your rechargeable batteries in future. It also explains why 7dayshop (lsd) rechargeable batteries came last in a comprehensive battery comparison test and why Vapextech came first.
e-group.uk.net/for…087

Dont waste your money. Uniross are they only rechargeable batteries that hold the charge. Bought some from Home bargains and they even started to spark when on charge!

Lidl had 4 x 2100mah Ready To Use batteries for £2.99 recently.

One store near me still has quite a lot left, picked up a couple of packs on Saturday.
They seem okay.

Thanks, ordered 3 sets

These are good batteries. I ordered two packs a few weeks ago to suppliment other 7dayshop cells.

I have found the Lidl ones are more reliable than the 7dayshop ones at the same price. The 7dayshop ones I have used lately seem to have a high failure rate - I think over the last few years they have really started to drop the quality of what they sell. In memory products as well as batteries. Plus they take much longer to deliver than even the other Channel Island merchants in my recent experience.

lotsofbargains

Can anyone recommend a charger from this 7dayshop or a better deal that … Can anyone recommend a charger from this 7dayshop or a better deal that could be used with these batteries.

I'm looking for the same thing

EDIT: Here's one
7dayshop.com/cat…qb1
Edited by: "r34ch" 24th Oct 2011

I have a sony charger - will these batterys work with it?

Original Poster

rizdewji786

I have a sony charger - will these batterys work with it?



A charger is a charger in my experience - "if the battery fits!"

I have three different types, only one branded, and they all work well. Sony is great make, so I'd imagine it'll do the job well.
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