Panasonic AA Infinium Ni-Mh+ Batteries 2100MAH 4 Pack £4.20 @ Ecotronics
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Panasonic AA Infinium Ni-Mh+ Batteries 2100MAH 4 Pack £4.20 @ Ecotronics

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Found 31st Dec 2014
Shortage of AA's after Christmas. Looking for some Ni-MH+ batteries (Currently using GP Recyko+ and Vapextech). Spotted a good deal for Panasonic Infiniums at less than a fiver for 4.
Reviews suggest they perform as well as most other in the category.

Delivery at a reasonable 99p per order (I ordered 4 packs)

PRODUCT DETAILS:
Panasonic AA Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries - 2100 MAH - 4 Pack

- Ready to use: The Infinium batteries are fully charged at the factory. The Infinium batteries can be used immediately on purchase.
- Over 365 days Standby Power: After one year of storage, up to 80% of the battery's power is still present.
- Battery for life: After 1000 charging cycles, Infinium batteries keep their ability to store power - this could be a battery for life!
- High reliability: Suitable for all appliances where long-term stability and reliability are a priority from remote controls to digital cameras.
- INFINIUM battery available in the standard size batteries (AA/AAA) for use in all appliances where long-term stability and reliability are a priority from remote control to digital cameras
- The Panasonic Batteries' Infinium battery delivers great long term reliability and performance. Even after 1000 charging cycles the batteries keep their ability to store power for many this could be a battery for life!

45 Comments

I got some "good" ones from Amazon - i was looking at the pre-charged/stay-charged brand because most of these will lose most charge in a few weeks, even if unused. The stay-charged ones arent quite the max capacity but should be good for storage, waiting to be used.

These batteries are far superior to "normal" rechargeables. Had some 2700mah rechargeables in a very power hungry camera. These 2100mah batteries last about 5 times as long. Also they're slightly better than the Uniross stay-charged batteries (according to my very unscientific tests).

(They last for ages in Wiimotes as well).

Plus 99p shipping.

Anthonis

How would these compare to Sanyo Eneloop? Pre-Charged Rechargeable … How would these compare to Sanyo Eneloop? Pre-Charged Rechargeable Panasonic AA 2100mAh Infinium Batteries - 4 Pack 5.10 free del amazon



They are very similar. Quick internet search revealed this, which I guess is most peoples experience.

Edit: I followed your Amazon link - these were the very ones I ordered in August - very quick delivery as I recall.

Edited by: "Yas" 31st Dec 2014

Cheers OP, ordered 5 packs of these. I had a pile of AA Recyko's but they appear to done a Keyser Soze on me!

I believe my mouse is using one of these right now. Not used more expensive batteries before, but these are good enough.

mod

Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price to the title.
Here’s a ‘Help’ link which gives tips and advice on thread posting.

They also have the AAA at £4.20 - best Amazon price is £5.10

Are these genuine Panasonic batteries? The price seems too good to be true to me.

I got infolithium batt which are stay charged variants. may try these too

These batteries on amazon now at £5.20 with free shipping so how is this a good desl?

When these batteries were first listed I noticed an anomaly. The postage should be amended to, FROM £0.99 (as stated on the sellers site). You can order as many packs of either ONE type, AA or AAA for a total £0.99 postage. If however you make a mixed order by adding a different type (even just one pack) the postage will increase to £2.49 !!! Therefore it is obviously cheaper to order each type separately. If only buying one pack, then the same sellers listing on Amazon would be the best option, as at a price of £4.90 for the AAA pack or £5.10 for the AA pack postage is included.
Edited by: "COMARANTZ" 4th Jan 2014

COMARANTZ

When these batteries were first listed I noticed an anomaly. The postage … When these batteries were first listed I noticed an anomaly. The postage should be amended to, FROM £0.99 (as stated on the sellers site). You can order as many packs of either ONE type, AA or AAA for a total £0.99 postage. If however you make a mixed order by adding a different type (even just one pack) the postage will increase to £2.49 !!! Therefore it is obviously cheaper to order each type separately.



i dont mind paying extra for delivery
Your order summary
DescriptionsAmount

£4.20
Item description: Panasonic AAA Infi…Panasonic AAA Infinium 800 MAH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries - 4 Pack
Item number: PANAP03B4-INF-800
Item price: £4.20
Quantity: 1
Item description: Panasonic AA Infin…Panasonic AA Infinium Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries - 2100 MAH - 4 Pack
Item number: PANAP6B4-INF-2100M…PANAP6B4-INF-2100MAH
Item price: £0.00
Quantity: 20

Item total£4.20
Postage and packaging: loading£2.49

Total £6.69 GBP

cant see me getting them though lol

Anyone recommend a decent charger?

or i could go for this configuration

Panasonic AAA Infinium 800 MAH Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries - 4 Pack
Option : SINGLE PACK


£ 4.20
1

£ 4.20
Panasonic AA Infinium Pre-Charged Rechargeable Batteries - 2100 MAH - 4 Pack
Option : Single Pack


£ 0.00
100

£ 0.00
Duracell AA Duralock 2400 MAH Precharged Rechargeable Batteries
Option : PACK OF 20


£ 0.00
100

£ 0.00
Sub Total :

£ 4.20



Shipping Cost : £ 2.49
Grand Total :

£ 6.69

what a crap website

simplewanderer

They also have the AAA at £4.20 - best Amazon price is £5.10

See my message, £4.90.

Anthonis

How would these compare to Sanyo Eneloop? Pre-Charged Rechargeable … How would these compare to Sanyo Eneloop? Pre-Charged Rechargeable Panasonic AA 2100mAh Infinium Batteries - 4 Pack 5.10 free del amazon



Considering Sanyo are owned by Panasonic, they're probably exactly the same batteries!

any good charger ; full charge indicator + auto-cut off?

I bought some Eneloop recently and it says Licenced by Panasonic on them, so yeah they are much the same.

Cheers OP, was looking for good rechargeables for xbox one gamepads

Sanyo became a subsidiary of Panasonic 4 years ago. The Eneloop batteries have been improved over the years and the latest I believe is the 4th. generation, which is said to have a longer lifespan (more charges). It would be logical for Panasonic to streamline products. According to the latest Panasonic battery catalogue, Evolta is the current sub-brand and appears to have replaced the Infinium version, therefore these batteries could be on sale at a lower price to clear old stock.
Edited by: "COMARANTZ" 5th Jan 2014

are these suitable for a house phone?

Op please add the 99p postage to the title. Thanks

I've found Eneloops to have the best capacity consistency across the set, very well matched and great for high capacity drain applications. The older Panasonic Infiniums I have are a very good alternative but not quite at the same level.

Now that Panasonic own Sanyo I would expect Panasonic Evolta batteries to be the Sanyo batteries, these Infinium ones on sale are probably still the rebadged Yuasa-Delta . Still these are excellent batteries for the price.

doppers

are these suitable for a house phone?



Yes although if you just keep your phone in a dock, constantly being charged all the time, then you don't really get the benefit of the low discharge batteries.

andywedge

Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price to the title.Here’s a ‘Help’ link … Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price to the title.Here’s a ‘Help’ link which gives tips and advice on thread posting.


So since the all-pervasive Amazon Prime, is it now OK to post deals excluding delivery? Several people have pointed out that the OP's price is not the price you pay.

colin10086

Yes although if you just keep your phone in a dock, constantly being … Yes although if you just keep your phone in a dock, constantly being charged all the time, then you don't really get the benefit of the low discharge batteries.


In fact you'll never get the benefit as the current constantly being consumed by the phone far outweighs any self-discharging of old-style batteries.

Sweet cheers OP (_;) duly ordered two different sizes for 1.98 delivery - separate your order

EBay seller gogreen, item 290544337517, £9.95 for 8 delivered with other better deals too.

99rb

EBay seller gogreen, item 290544337517, £9.95 for 8 delivered with … EBay seller gogreen, item 290544337517, £9.95 for 8 delivered with other better deals too.


Great, but it's gogreenuk.

Thank you very much! Just what I was looking for for the kids Xmas presents.

BenByron

Thank you very much! Just what I was looking for for the kids Xmas … Thank you very much! Just what I was looking for for the kids Xmas presents.


Hurrah - usually read this sort of comment in a thread about disposable cells where it seems particularly ironic that people want to add to the toxic waste legacy their children will inherit.

colin10086

Yes although if you just keep your phone in a dock, constantly being … Yes although if you just keep your phone in a dock, constantly being charged all the time, then you don't really get the benefit of the low discharge batteries.



Thanks for the feedback colin10086

Great find

Was about to push the button on the AmazonBasics precharged AA's but this deal is much better.

Still available, but AA size has increased in price to £4.32 per pack. If buying only one pack it would be cheaper, @ £5.13 including delivery, to buy from. **** Media on Amazon.
Edited by: "COMARANTZ" 28th Jan 2014

COMARANTZ

When these batteries were first listed I noticed an anomaly. The postage … When these batteries were first listed I noticed an anomaly. The postage should be amended to, FROM £0.99 (as stated on the sellers site). You can order as many packs of either ONE type, AA or AAA for a total £0.99 postage. If however you make a mixed order by adding a different type (even just one pack) the postage will increase to £2.49 !!! Therefore it is obviously cheaper to order each type separately. If only buying one pack, then the same sellers listing on Amazon would be the best option, as at a price of £4.90 for the AAA pack or £5.10 for the AA pack postage is included.

Since my previous messages, I have contacted the seller and explained the postage anomaly. The rep. said it was something they had not noticed and agreed to rectify the problem. It is now possible to combine AA with AAA in one order for a single £0.99 postage charge.

Nice spot and cheaper than 7dayshop where I usually buy my rechargables.

Thanks!

can some one recommend a good charger for these please
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