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Panasonic Rechargeable AA / AAA Batteries 2pk & B&M Stores £3 (Whitley Bay)
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Panasonic Rechargeable AA / AAA Batteries 2pk & B&M Stores £3 (Whitley Bay)

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Posted 24th FebAvailable: National

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I'm not sure how good these are, but seems cheap enough and with B&M on the high street, probably easier for somebody without internet.

If anybody has used these batteries and give some feedback, that would be great.

From B&M website ..

Panasonic Rechargeable AA Batteries (AAA also available)

Ready to use.

Stay charged after 1 year.

Combines the convenience of a disposable battery with the performance and cost benefits of a rechargeable battery.

Ideal for the frequent rechargeable battery user.


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Strange they charge the same for AA & AAA. Obviously the AA are the better deal.
I am trying JCB rechargeable batteries 3.99 from home bargains at the moment for my Rift s controllers so far so good, just one thing, they don't seem to keep there charge to full, but that could be my battery charger.
Edited by: "Munch1981" 24th Feb
Bought a pack of these last week from Poundland. For £1. They work just fine.
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The ikea ones are excellent if anyone can’t find these
Overutopi24/02/2020 16:31

Bought a pack of these last week from Poundland. For £1. They work just …Bought a pack of these last week from Poundland. For £1. They work just fine.


Panasonic ones ?

Or Kodak ones like these
Edited by: "wbmkk" 24th Feb
Kodak
Overutopi24/02/2020 16:31

Bought a pack of these last week from Poundland. For £1. They work just …Bought a pack of these last week from Poundland. For £1. They work just fine.


Overutopi24/02/2020 18:49

Kodak


So you didn't buy a pack of these last week from Poundland then.
These are probably Eneloops, the best rechargable batteries. If they say "made in Japan" they are Eneloops as there is only one NiMH battery factory in Japan now. Panasonic bought Sanyo who make Eneloops so it's almost certainly them.

The great things about Eneloop is that they don't self discharge much. Charge them up, stick them in a drawer and 2 years later they will still be over 90% charged. Ideal for emergency torches and the like, or just having batteries when you need them rather than having to plan for a few hours of charging first.
The image is wrong for eneloop.

Hopefully they are lsd
AA only as far as I can tell, anyone seen AAA
AAA in Bolton store
similar cheaper in screwfix atm, £4 for 4 I think.
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